I grew up in New York City. To be precise, in Manhattan where few people needed cars although my family always had one. My guess is that it was a sign of affluence. My father, a doctor, drove his Cadillac to work and parked in the hospital lot. My mother took cabs and I had a...Read More
This past week was my father’s 94th birthday. We had lunch. The three of us: Dad, his care giver and me. I chose a restaurant that was familiar to him and yet he asked, at least ten times, how I found the place. Even though the waiters knew him. Even though he goes there...Read More
When my oldest child was two and my middle child was six months, my husband and I moved to a suburb of New York City. My husband had grown up in suburban New Jersey and although I was New York City born and raised, he insisted that the city was not a place to bring up children....Read More
Stephanie has been the Lifestyles Editor at Greenwich News and The Greenwich Post, a Contributing Editor to Greenwich Magazine, and the award-winning columnist of These Days which, for over a decade, openly and honestly described the issues that she, and others shared as they worked, formed relationships, raised families, sustained marriages, and simply muddled through.
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As some of you may know, I have been working under a cloak of mystery and incommunicado since early August 2012. I can now reveal that I was ghost writing Silent No More: Victim 1′s Fight for Justice Against Jerry Sandusky (Ballantine/Random House) by Aaron Fisher, Mike Gillum and Dawn Daniels. This was an amazing project and I am honored to have been the ghost writer (not a ghost anymore — my name appears on the title page).