Party Photos: Cocktails in New York
At 14 Wall Street, 05.20.03
Who let all these drunken journos in here?! mediabistro.com
did, of course, and they had a blast at 14 Wall Street, the onetime penthouse
pied-a-terre of J.P. Morgan. What woodwork! What detailing! What views. For
one night, at least, it was good to be a robber baron.
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The Wall Street Journal's James Taranto and freelance writer Shana Liebman.
Freelance writer Kate Bolick, mb's very own Laurel Touby, Celluloid Skyine author James Sanders, and The New York Observer's Blair Golson.
mb faves Celeste Mitchell, our 'Ask mb' advice columnist, and Alex Vallejo, our sales intern.
Freelancer Duff McDonald and Bloomberg editor Sandy Gonzalez.
They're fabulous: Soap Opera Digest assistant to the publisher Yasmin Alleyne, Soap Opera Digest research editor Bonnie Giegold, and freelancer Tamar Schreibman.
Forbes adventure columnist Jim Clash, Forbes marketing manager Julia Scheel, and Forbes.com editor Mark Lewis.
Thomas Jahn, a correspondent for the German business mag Capital; Holistic Primary Care publisher Meg Sinclair; and Nele Husmann, a correspondent for the German financial mag Börse.
POV documentary-maker Anne Delcastillo, freelancer producer Cherry Montejo, and Food Network editor Harriet Siew.
Financial Times reporter Kamau High and ABC News Primetime associate producer Vivian Hernandez Ortiz.
The view from ol' J.P.'s breakfast room.
Medialink producer Chuck Walker, freelance journalist Ilyssa Panitz, and Nightly Business Report producer Harlan Reinhardt.
Donnette Dunbar, an editor at The Financial Times; Art Forum writer Michael Wilson, Village Voice freelancer Karen Rosenberg, and media and documentary consultant Therese Long.
Fox News senior producer Bob Males, CMP editor and vintage-lingerie dealer Laura Gilmore, and a friendly but momentarily perturbed waiter.
CBS News associate producer Gina Less, attorney Andrew Kazin, and Mary Chen, formerly of CBS News.