I am trying to find a wine critic, forename "Danny", who used to write a column in the **s through maybe the **s, who referred to my husband's aunt's daughter as "Bunny" in his column. Danny lived with my husband's aunt, possibly in Great Neck. ... I am a Newsday subscriber (in my husband's name) who is an Investigative genetic Genealogist. I am trying to find out more information about a wine critic who likely worked for Newsday in the ****s or ****s, possibly even later, who was named Danny. Danny used to add little personal messages to his girlfriend's daughter, calling her "Bunny". His girlfriend, with whom he lived for many years, was named Bernice Rosenberg, who may have been using her ex-husband's surname at that time, his name as yet unknown. They likely lived in Great Neck, NY, and Bernice was a successful travel agent.**If someone could please let me know if Danny worked for Newsday, you would be helping me reunite an adoptee with his family, which also happens to be my husband's family.**Thank you very much,*Jacqui Wexler Rosenberg
I am trying to help an adoptee find his birth family.
Looking at old archived wine critic columns from those decades or personnal records.
Forever. Since the late ****s, at various addresses.
I called someone at Newsday named John today who is going to try to help me, despite saying the odds of success are low. I have also been googling "Newspaper wine columnists from ****s-****s in NYC*LI area" with no success, and phoning other NY metro papers such as the NY Times, The Daily News, and NY Post. I may next phone Peter Gianotti and pick his brain, as I obtained his home phone number. I will also try to see if my local library has old issues of Newsday on microfiche. Get Human has done nothing for me, so I will find what I need myself.