The Times plans to start publishing local editions in Chicago and other metropolitan areas as well as the San Francisco Bay Area, says the paper’s Media Decoder blog. Local organizations would work with the company to produce the new editions:
Plans for the San Francisco edition call for adding to the paper, twice Read More
These are anxious days for very expensive, wildly high, overly plush New York apartments. On the one hand, it’s so common for fancy sellers to be losing money on their real estate deals that no one’s really shocked when a Jean Nouvel condo sells for hundreds of thousands of dollars less than it was Read More
Andrew Cuomo and David Paterson crossed paths at a conference of state Democrats in Buffalo this afternoon–the first time they’ve been seen together in public since that uncomfortable day in Troy two weeks ago. This time, it was Mr. Cuomo whom the governor was forced to awkwardly embrace, instead of the president.
The exchange Read More
Michael Bloomberg is stepping further out of the rose garden, and is (again) attacking his under-funded, less-known Democratic opponent.
At an event in Manhattan today, Bloomberg took a swipe at Bill Thompson for not pushing to lift the cap on charter schools, as Bloomberg today proposed.
“[M]y opponent says he also Read More
Who doesn’t want to watch Kathy Ireland dance the foxtrot?
Last week, ABC’s tuesday night rendition of Dancing with the Stars, featuring the likes of Ms. Ireland, Kelly Osbourne, and Debi Mazar, did the Viennese waltz all the way to the top of the charts.
Sorry, NCIS. Better work on your cha-cha.
(1) WABC….Dancing with Read More
Michael Bloomberg was endorsed by the Western Queens Gazette, which said of Bill Thompson, “this is not his year.”
A chain of local newspapers owned by Rupert Murdoch also endorsed Bloomberg, calling his extension of term limits “a blemish on an otherwise stellar record.”
Chris Collins took a shot at Andrew Cuomo. Read More
Jerry Skurnik crunches the numbers and emails some interesting bits of analysis.
Bill de Blasio beat Mark Green pretty much everywhere.
“Two closest were 59 AD (Canarsie), where Thomas Jefferson Club supported Green and he lost 1,465 – 1,224 & 26 AD (Eastern Queens), where he lost 2,189-2,141,” Skurnik writes. Read More
The Yankees announced this morning they’ve reached a deal with the Big 12 and Big East to bring a bowl game to Yankee Stadium next winter.
The March of Dimes tried this 47 years ago with the Gotham Bowl, and it didn’t go so well. Only 6,000 people came to see Nebraska defeat Miami, Read More
ALBANY—State Senator Jeff Klein's quote this morning in The Capitol about his colleagues in the Democratic conference was pretty blistering: he said that "quite frankly, all of these people shouldn't be in the majority."
"I'd hate to have to be the judge, but they should really be in the minority. Because they're really not Read More
Today, in your sizzling-hot paper Transom:
New York’s first lady wears Rachel Roy, joining the illustrious ranks of Olivia Palermo and Tyra Banks.
The art magazine Tar might not live to see its first birthday, despite the best efforts of Al Gore’s and Norman Mailer’s kids.
Clive Owen hobnobs with Emeril Read More