Ed Skyler’s new boss is Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit.
Levy hits Lazio over Nafta.
Rudy cozies up to David Malpass.
A Cuomo probe has a ripple effect.
Adam Clayton Powell IV keeps his political hopes alive.
Iannuzzi prepares to hit Paterson with a lawsuit for education money.
Vielkind breaks down the funding numbers.
Rep. Scott Murphy and Chris Gibson are keeping busy.
Rep. Carolyn McCarthy’s rivals promise to behave themselves, mostly.
Rock Hackshaw picks blogging over working at the City Council.
Rochester Turning is happy to see Doug Hoffman.
The Fighting 29th keeps an eye on candidates.
The 96th Street train station is under water. Literally.
The Brooklyn Paper on Rep. Mike McMahon’s vote on health care: “The Republicans can’t make a wedge out of this issue. And the liberals shouldn’t even bother.”
And pictured above are Bloomberg and some St. Patrick parade-goers in Bay Ridge this weekend.
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