Weekly Web Wrap
August 22nd, 2008

  • Art project tries to draw attention to waste.
    (Next American City)
  • A new poster says posters on construction sites are illegal.
  • Alternative admiral’s row renderings.
  • Artists find a place in Sunset Park.
    (The Real Estate)
  • Martin Connor discusses freelancers.
    (Freelancers Union)
  • State’s subprime bill doesn’t include “yield spread premiums.”
    (Village Voice)
  • Weprin’s text walking ban jurisdiction of state, not city.
    (Daily Politics)
  • Owens campaigns against judicial conventions as a delegate.
    (Judicial Reports)
  • Video from Felder-Parker-Stewart debate.
    (The Politicker)
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