A humorous guide to the Mean Streets of New York City by two famous natives--an award-winning comedian and an internationally known celebrity divorce lawyer--includes tips on how to deal with panhandlers, taxis, and the subway.
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Well known and beloved around the world, the favorite entertainer of England's royal family, comedy legend Jackie Mason calls New York home, but lives on the road entertaining his many loyal, longtime fans and the legions of new fans he draws each year. Jackie and celebrity divorce lawyer Raoul Felder, whose battles run from Rudy Giuliani to Elizabeth Taylor and legions of dissatisfied spouses, have published the Survival Guide to New York and Jackie Mason and Raoul Felder's Guide to New York and Los Angeles Restaurants. Together they have also written columns for all the major New York newspapers and The Washington Times, and presently are featured in the Internet editions of the American Spectator, American Prowler, and Jewish World Review.
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Book Description Avon Books, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110380974835