Weekly Web Wrap
July 30th, 2010

The Reinvention of Al Sharpton
High Line Mini Video Documentary
(Monocle via Planetizen)
Historic Maps Layered Onto the Current Street Grid
More Issues from 33rd Senate District Candidates
(Bronx News Network)
The State’s Thermal Solar Plan
Free Broadband for 400,000 Bronx Homes
(IP Communications via NYConvergence)
An Alternative to Domino’s Community Benefits Agreement
(DMI Blog)
City’s Current Infrastructure Maintenance Budgets ‘Disappointing’
(Citizens Budget Commission)
Thousands of Non-Profits at Risk from New Tax Law
(Idealist in NYC)
Cyclists Ticketed for Not Using Blocked Bike Path
(Bike Blog NYC)
Demographics of Bed-Stuy Cyclists
City’s Long-Term Unemployment Rate Outpaces Nation
(IBO Web Blog)
New York’s Tea Partiers: Not Bigoted White Guys
(NY Press)
The Harlem Children’s Zone Revisited
(Brookings Institution)

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