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Vanity Fair’s Nina Munk, Husband Buy Townhouse for $3.7 Million

[Via StreetEasy]

Nina Munk, a published author and Vanity Fair Contributing Editor since 2001, just bought a six story, absolutely gorgeous townhouse, which was designed by the same guy that did St. Patrick’s Cathedral.

The New York Observer reports that the house (located at 25 Stuyvesant Street for any creepy people who want to visit) sold to Munk and her husband, artist Peter Soriano, for $3.7 million.

With the purchase, the couple get four fireplaces, a spiral staircase, a library, five bedrooms and a walled garden. Also, the envy of plenty of other New Yorkers.

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The 2011 Front Page Awards

FishbowlNY was fortunate enough to be invited as one of Marie Claire magazine’s guests to this year’s Front Page Awards, presented by The Newswomen’s Club of New York, honoring female journalists across a variety of media. The title’s editor at large, Abigail Pesta, was among the evening’s honorees for her piece “An American Tragedy,” which provided a harrowing, in-depth glimpse into honor killings in the U.S.

This year’s dinner was held at the Down Town Club in the Financial District and hosted by Toni Reinhold, president of the Newswomen’s Club and a reporter for Reuters.

Among the bold names at the event was anchor Dan Rather, who attended in support of his colleagues at “Dan Rather Reports,” several of whom won awards last night.

For a full list of the evening’s winners, click through.

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