Day: November 18, 2020

Sheldon H. Solow, Manhattan Real Estate Mogul, Dies at 92

Though shy of publicity not of his own making, he was often in the news, announcing a project or one of his 200 lawsuits against rivals, tenants, banks or even friends, often in losing causes. Like it or not, he was a New York real estate mogul, along with Donald J. Trump, the Fisher brothers, Lewis Rudin, Leonard Litwin, the Milstein family, Bernard H. Mendik, Larry Silverstein and Harry B. Helmsley.

While he dropped out of New York University in the 1950s, Mr. Solow, who was self-taught in fine art appreciation, amassed one of the city’s notable private collections of Renaissance and modern art, with works by van Gogh, Joan Miró, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Balthus, Picasso, Matisse, Botticelli, Giacometti, Morris Louis and Mark Rothko, as well as Egyptian antiquities and African art.

He bought most of his art from dealers. But in 1973, he picked up a

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This week on “Sunday Morning” (November 15)

“Sunday Morning” will be only one hour this week, as CBS Sports presents the final day of play of The Masters golf tournament, beginning at 10 a.m. ET.

Host: Jane Pauley


Former President Barack Obama sits down with
Former President Barack Obama sits down with

COVER STORY: Barack Obama speaks out on politics, the presidency, and Donald Trump | Watch VideoIn his first television interview since the election of Joe Biden as the 46th President, former President Barack Obama sits down with “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King to discuss the first volume of his memoirs, “A Promised Land.” He talks about the enormous opposition he experienced as he entered the White House; the impact of his political career on his family; and why he campaigned for his former vice president – and spoke out so vociferously against his successor, President Donald Trump.

[And don’t miss Scott Pelley’s interview

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Normani Says She Struggled With Her Self-Worth And Confidence After Fifth Harmony

From Women’s Health

Normani Hamilton had good DIY intentions in early lockdown. But like so many of us attempting to be all things while in self-isolation, her best-laid plans didn’t quite work out the way she’d hoped. “For a long time, I was trying to do my own nails,” says the singer-songwriter. “Actually, I’m missing a nail right now,” she adds, waving a hand in front of the camera during our Zoom chat to reveal a botched manicure. “There are some things I just can’t do.”

She’s since remedied the situation with some (safe) professional help for her hands, but the chill reaction to her beauty fail is notable, even if it may seem like no big deal. Instead of her typical pursuit of absolute perfection, Normani is learning, in little ways, how to go with the flow, a new concept for the 24-year-old. “I’m an overachiever,” she says. “If

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Columbus Woman Takes Clean Approach To Business

COLUMBUS, Ohio — While November is the official World Vegan Month, it’s a year-round lifestyle for Jaclyn Peresetsky, founder of Skin Perfect spa and Color Me Perfect cosmetics.

“Being from art school, Columbus College of Art and Design, I was obsessed with just the idea of color and makeup and I wanted someone to have healthy skin, but also makeup is something we wear all day long every day, so I wanted it to be a healthy product for them as well,” said Peresetsky.

What You Need To Know

  • Jaclyn Peresetsky is the founder of Skin Perfect spa and Color Me Perfect cosmetics
  • She started the spa in 2006, and makeup in 2010
  • Products are all vegan and they focus on clean beauty and specializing products for clients

She went on to become an esthetician and worked for Ohio State Plastic Surgery. In 2006, she took the leap and opened

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