Bloomie says we won't be inconvenienced by the blizzard.
I don’t want to bury the lede, so the answer to the question concerning whether I believe Lena Dunham’s explanation that she actually voted in the 2012 by casting an affidavit ballot from Manhattan is:
In a quick glance, I found some things to quibble with in the Redistricting Commission's Memo, and I’ll bet that, here and there lies a real whopper, but overall, I have to agree with Citizen's Union:
LENA DUNHAM (in a video supporting President Obama’s re-election): Your first time shouldn’t be with just anybody. You want to do it with a great guy.
I always thought Catsimatidis was a buffoon, but I never thought he was a fool.
Barrett, arguably the harshest critic while Koch was happening, gives both the man and the truth its due. http://www.citylimits.org/news/articles/4730/ed-koch#.UQw4mdN0ZES.twitter
Though I've almost never said anything nice about the man, it is hard not to feel a bit of NYC itself has died, and without it, a piece of our very souls. http://bigstory.ap.org/article/ed-koch-mayor-who-became-symbol-nyc-dies
DeBlasio: Did they know Staten Island is part of the “most Italian-American congressional district by population percentage in the United States of America?
That pig Vito is at it again--did you hear about him publicly drooling over women's asses and telling female candidates he supports how to dress more sexily?
Back in 2011, before I came to my senses and realized (when no one else did) that the Democrats had to run a real campaign to hold the Weiner seat, and the only concern was how to deal with a seat almost certain to disappear after reapportionment, I had a
In the wake of Aaron Swartz, it appears to be time for a national conversation about permissible web behavior, if only because some people seem oblivious of subtle distinctions.
With so much nonsense written about the Israeli elections, these seem two of the best analyses, and they call to mind Goldberg's line about Yesh Atid: "...such a Jewish name."'There is a Future.' Optimistic, but threaded with melancholy."
If you focus too much on the mostly symbolic (and highly appropriate) recognition of groups too long marginalized, you miss the main point.