Weekly Web Wrap
November 13th, 2009

City Ranks Sixth Highest as Music Location
(Creative Class)
But Two City Districts Rank in Bottom Tenth for Happiness
(Creative Class)
The City and its Flooded Double
The Black Middle Class
(Huffington Post)
Teachers Not Paid to Teach
(The Weekly Standard)
Palestine in Queens
(The Nation)
Westboro Baptist Church Vs. New York
(The New Republic)
Cartoonist’s Take on Albany’s Budget
(Matt Davies)
The Times’s Impact on Academic Treatment of the Atlantic Yards
(Atlantic Yards Report)
Economic Development in the Outer Boroughs
(DMI Blog)
One Block Off the Electric Grid in Brooklyn
(Idealist in NYC)
Rethinking Design for the Homeless
(Urban Omnibus)
State Legislative Ethics Filings
Musing on the Role of Buses in the City
(Second Avenue Sagas)
City’s Capital Plan Grows
(IBO Web Blog)
Good Government Groups Ask for Investigation into Contribution Violations
(League of Women Voters of New York State)

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