Bitter feud at venerable New York arts club settled

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The former president of New York City’s National Arts Club, whose membership roster has included luminaries such as Theodore Roosevelt and Martin Scorsese, will pay $950,000 to settle claims that he misused club funds to lead a lavish lifestyle.

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