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Sitting in a small pizza place in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Clinton Hill, City Councilmember Letitia James seems unfazed by her two Democratic primary challengers and
"This will be the most dramatic year you will ever see," is what Helen Desfosses, associate professor of public administration and policy at the State University of New York, told
Images from Coney Island Redevelopment Corporation
In an attempt to revitalize an area long known as "America's playground," the City Council approved a 27-acre redevelopment planto turn Coney Island into a
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This is the second story in our series on the mayoral candidates. Read the first story: The Underdog.
Councilmember Tony Avella's campaign headquarters is fitting.
Located on the
You might think that Senate Democrats don't have much to crow about -- two of their members switched sides, paralyzing the Senate for a month and leaving voters and
With Democrats now in control of the State Senate, legislators from the city received a substantial share of member items. Here is a list of who in the city delegation
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Martinez at a recent press conference in his district
A little after 10 a.m. Monday, Miguel Martinez's re-election campaign conducted its last official duty: It delivered
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Trinie Dalton reading at FEAST, an community-supported artist fundraising event.
New York's artists have always lived in a state of flux. Up-and-coming artists from around the world have
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I fear arts education may become the next casualty of the Albany war.
Last week I came out in support of a bill to continue, but amend, mayoral control
For updates on the impasse in Albany and its effect on New York City, stay tuned to The Wonkster.
As the state enters week four of the Albany impasse, New York