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November 24, 1988 | HOWARD KURTZ, The Washington Post
Raoul Lionel Felder, who charges $450 an hour to guide wealthy celebrities through nasty divorces, considers himself something of an expert on the female psyche. "A woman is like a Stradivarius violin," he says. "The humidity has to be right to play it. Otherwise, they'll throw in the towel." The bearded, soft-spoken lawyer is a virtuoso when it comes to plucking this instrument, the grief-stricken wife (he does a few riffs on famous husbands as well).
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November 24, 1988 | HOWARD KURTZ, The Washington Post
Raoul Lionel Felder, who charges $450 an hour to guide wealthy celebrities through nasty divorces, considers himself something of an expert on the female psyche. "A woman is like a Stradivarius violin," he says. "The humidity has to be right to play it. Otherwise, they'll throw in the towel." The bearded, soft-spoken lawyer is a virtuoso when it comes to plucking this instrument, the grief-stricken wife (he does a few riffs on famous husbands as well).
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SPORTS
May 5, 1988
Defensive end Mark Gastineau of the New York Jets said Wednesday that Brigitte Nielsen, his Swedish actress girlfriend and the former wife of actor Sylvester Stallone, is expecting their child. "You can just say . . . you can just say she's pregnant," said Gastineau, who became famous for his sack dance over fallen opponents' quarterbacks. He said he met Nielsen while they were working out at a San Diego health club during Super Bowl week in January.
MAGAZINE
November 5, 1995 | Susie Linfield, Susie Linfield, a writer and editor, is a visiting professor at New York University's Department of Journalism
Mention the words "Macaulay Culkin family"--really a code for the notorious Culkin pere , Kit--and you are likely to get one of two reactions. Some of those approached, like producer Bob Hurwitz of "The Nutcracker," in which Macaulay starred as the young prince, abruptly slam down the phone. From others, though, an almost Joycean stream-of-consciousness monologue pours forth: evocative, sometimes unprintable adjectives and nouns. A frequent one is "nightmare."
ENTERTAINMENT
February 8, 1991 | WALTER PRICE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It will be at least a month before a potential landmark ruling will decide whether fame is a property that can be divided in a divorce case. Arguments were heard in the Appellate Division of New York State Supreme Court last week as Peter Elkus, 50, sought to overturn a lower court ruling that held he was not entitled to a portion of earnings by his former wife, mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade, 45.
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