Self-actualizing work pays well
Documentary filmmaker and writer David Schisgall, and his wife, Vanity Fair writer Evgenia Peretz, purchased a single-family brownstone at 16 Garden Place, at Joralemon Street, for $5.7 million, according to records filed with the city.
Writing stuff sure pays better than computer programming. Obviously Schisgall’s Harvard degree in Philsophy paid off very well.
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And in case you don’t know, Evgenia’s father is Marty Peretz who used to own the The New Republic, and her mother’s stepmother’s mother was the very famous physicist Madame Marie Curie, and her great grandfather was Stephen Carlton Clark who founded the Baseball Hall of Fame, and her great-great-great grandfather was Edward Clark who was a big business tycoon in the 1800s.