Elsewhere: ‘Compensation Porn’

Al Sharpton goes on NY1 tonight.

Michael Bloomberg’s campaign wants Hebrew speakers.

Bloomberg’s sales tax hike goes against his vow not to harm tourism, this article says.

The sales tax is going up tomorrow.

A Florida mayor doesn’t like Bloomberg sending homeless families to his state.

CityFile wonders how long Bloomberg will reign.

Bill Thompson’s campaign put out their weekly video highlight. The soundtrack: “Back in the New York Groove.”

Kirsten Gillibrand teams up with Robert Menendez and Ted Kennedy.

Gillibrand doesn’t say if she’ll campaign for, or against, state lawmakers blocking same-sex marriage here.

On Andrew Cuomo: “Instead of an in-depth report on the compensation practices at Wall Street firms, both past and future, the only thing we got was compensation porn.”

Reader hm thinks Mark Green’s letter to the C.F.B. shows whom he’s afraid of.

Another reader thinks Sean Kavanagh-Dowsett has a legitimate complaint about his landlord.

John Liu knows your phone number, even if you’ve never called him.

A Council candidate hates the radio.

Parent-paid teachers get a one-year reprieve.

Tony Avella wants a different school-funding formula.

Mike Schenkler doubts ballot access laws will ever change.

Celeste Katz helps Rich Lamb rewrite the traditional birthday song. (Thank you, Celeste, Rich and Liz.)

Adam Lisberg has a video camera.

Larry Littlefield explains “when the government seeks to fund a public service or benefit through non-reversible tax breaks, the big winners are upper middle class yuppies, because the breaks are worth more to you the more you make.”

Di Fara’s defies recession logic.

And here’s video about a constitutional amendment I, and most voters, know nothing about.

Elsewhere: ‘Compensation Porn’