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May 22, 2001 | JOSH GETLIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a tactical defeat for Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani, a judge ruled Monday that he may not bring his girlfriend to visit the official mayoral residence while his estranged wife and their children continue to live there. The court also refused to issue a gag order in the first couple's increasingly nasty--and public--divorce case. Donna Hanover, Giuliani's wife, had sought a temporary restraining order against Judith Nathan--saying that her visits to Gracie Mansion would be disruptive.
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May 22, 2001 | JOSH GETLIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a tactical defeat for Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani, a judge ruled Monday that he may not bring his girlfriend to visit the official mayoral residence while his estranged wife and their children continue to live there. The court also refused to issue a gag order in the first couple's increasingly nasty--and public--divorce case. Donna Hanover, Giuliani's wife, had sought a temporary restraining order against Judith Nathan--saying that her visits to Gracie Mansion would be disruptive.
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NEWS
September 25, 1987 | Associated Press
A burglar who police said seemed unaware he had broken into the mayor's mansion was caught in the kitchen with some fancy city silverware Thursday while Mayor Edward I. Koch slept upstairs. The suspect, who gave his name as Juan Suarez, 33, set off an alarm at Gracie Mansion and was found by two plainclothes officers at a cabinet filled with formal silverware. He had 12 pieces in his hands, mayoral spokesman Tom Kelly said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 30, 1999 | THOMAS H. MAUGH II, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As recently as 10 years ago, some archeologists referred to ancient Egypt as the "civilization without cities." Massive pyramids and magnificent temples dotted the barren countryside, but there were few traces of the people who built the pyramids or worshiped in the temples. But that situation is changing rapidly, leading to a much greater understanding of the everyday lives of nonroyal Egyptians.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 30, 1999 | THOMAS H. MAUGH II, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As recently as 10 years ago, some archeologists referred to ancient Egypt as the "civilization without cities." Massive pyramids and magnificent temples dotted the barren countryside, but there were few traces of the people who built the pyramids or worshiped in the temples. But that situation is changing rapidly, leading to a much greater understanding of the everyday lives of nonroyal Egyptians.
NATIONAL
April 25, 2003 | From Times Wire Services
Rudolph W. Giuliani will wed his companion, Judith Nathan, on May 24 in the ex-mayor's old home, Gracie Mansion, and his successor, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, will perform the rite. It will be a first for Bloomberg, who is making an exception from his policy of not performing weddings. Giuliani regularly officiated at weddings while mayor.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 14, 1990 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
The L.A.-N.Y. Connection: About 100 Angelenos will fly east to hear Andre Previn lead the Los Angeles Philharmonic at a benefit opening on Sept. 26 of Carnegie Hall's centenary season. The group, head by Lynn and Stanley Beyer, the Los Angeles Philharmonic's president, includes Henry Mancini and David Begelman. They'll lunch with Nancy and Zubin Mehta, who once headed the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and attend a reception at Mayor David Dinkin's Gracie Mansion.
NEWS
August 17, 1987 | Associated Press
Archie, the mayor's dog, bit a sanitation worker who was checking on Mayor Edward I. Koch's trash at Gracie Mansion, police said. Edwin Schwabb, 40, a sanitation foreman, went to the mansion Saturday to see if a garbage pickup was needed. Archie, a mixed-breed dog, followed Schwabb around and, when he apparently "made a sudden move, the dog bit him on the buttocks," police said.
NEWS
June 10, 1985
Negotiators postponed for one day talks in New York's bitter and sometimes violent hotel strike even though a union spokesman had reported both sides "closer than ever before" to a settlement. The negotiators in the 9-day-old strike reportedly were so close, in fact, that they turned down an invitation from Mayor Edward I. Koch for a bargaining session at his Gracie Mansion residence.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 11, 1987 | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Songwriter Irving Berlin, who has outlived the copyright on some of his most popular works, including "Alexander's Ragtime Band," celebrates his 99th birthday today with a family party in New York. Mayor Ed Koch is also giving a party marking Berlin's birthday at Gracie Mansion, even though the reclusive composer-lyricist will not attend. The party will launch a record album of Berlin songs by cabaret singer Michael Feinstein.
NEWS
September 25, 1987 | Associated Press
A burglar who police said seemed unaware he had broken into the mayor's mansion was caught in the kitchen with some fancy city silverware Thursday while Mayor Edward I. Koch slept upstairs. The suspect, who gave his name as Juan Suarez, 33, set off an alarm at Gracie Mansion and was found by two plainclothes officers at a cabinet filled with formal silverware. He had 12 pieces in his hands, mayoral spokesman Tom Kelly said.
NATIONAL
May 25, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
Former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and his longtime companion tied the knot in a private 15-minute ceremony before 400 guests gathered on the lawn outside Gracie Mansion. Giuliani and Judith Nathan recited wedding vows before Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. The bride's father, Donald Stish Sr., gave her away, while Nathan's daughter, Whitney, was maid of honor. Giuliani's 17-year-old son, Andrew, was best man. Asked before the ceremony whether he was nervous, Giuliani replied, "No, not at all.
NEWS
October 8, 1990 | From Times staff and Wire reports
Employees of New York City's Human Resources Administration have done at least $13,000 worth of work at the official mayor's residence, Newsweek magazine reported. The magazine said that a $11,500 headboard for Mayor David N. Dinkins' bedroom was delivered to Gracie Mansion last week as Dinkins, in the face of a huge municipal deficit, proposed laying off 15,000 city employees and raising taxes.
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