Weekly Web Wrap
October 23rd, 2009

  • Arresting Gay Men for ‘Cruising’
    (Slate)
  • Consolidating the City’s Data Centers
    (GovTech)
  • Fighting for New York’s Urban Forests
    (Utne)
  • Increasing Federal Funds for Mass Transit
    (Huffington Post)
  • Assemblymember Hakim Jefferies Waffling on Atlantic Yards?
    (Atlantic Yards Report)
  • Challenging Bloomberg on the Economy
    (The Nation)
  • Brooklyn’s Green Impound Lot and the Public’s Response
    (Metropolis)
  • The Kingsbridge Armory Generates Unusual Dissent
    (Clawback)
  • Cartoonist’s Take on Cutting the Budget
    (Adam Zyglis)
  • Historic Prospect Heights
    (Brownstoner)
  • Regulations Crushing City’s Small Businesses
    (City Journal)
  • Designing Urban Farms
    (Municipal Art Society)
  • Diversity in the City’s Foundations and Non-Profits
    (Idealist in NYC)
  • Utilizing Neighborhood Internet Domain Names
    (Campaign for .nyc)
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