Weekly Web Wrap
March 5th, 2010

Paterson and the Future of Black Politics
(Newsweek)
Photo Essay of the State’s Adult Homes
(Mother Jones)
Spitzer’s Mission Impossible
(Time)
The Signage in Penn Station is Terrible
(Slate)
But it has Free WiFi
(NYCwireless)
Accessibility Concerns in the Building Code
(Metropolis)
Land Use and the City Charter Revision Commission
(Pratt Center)
Is Cablevision Destroying Newsday?
(Long Island Press via NYConvergence)
A Social Scientist Discusses Avenue D
(Urban Omnibus)
CBS Agrees to Run Pro-Marijuana Ad in Times Square
(Change.org)
Councilmember on Outer Borough Parking Policy After Storms
(Councilmember Vincent Gentile’s blog)
An Analysis of the City’s Tech Ecosystem
(innonate)
MTA Service Cuts Mapped
(Regional Plan Association)
Saving Student MetroCards by Trimming School Bus Costs
(Streetsblog)
Cartoonist’s Take on Tumult in the Governor’s Seat
(Matt Davies)
Minimizing Harm from School Aid Cuts
(Citizens Budget Commission)

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