Weekend Roundup: Mayoral Cameo; Mario Cuomo; Taking Back The House

The Daily News declared, “Voters in every neighborhood must rally behind Jeffries and prevent Barron from becoming David Duke’s man in Washington.”

Nydia Velázquez and her challengers had a debate on Inside City Hall.

Mayor Bloomberg would like a cameo appearance in “Girls.”

Governor Cuomo handed Staten Island drivers some toll relief.

French voters elected a New Yorker to their National Assembly.

Hipsters are essential to the New York City economy.

Elected officials and others celebrated the anniversary of New York’s gay marriage legislation.

One of Gregory Meeks’ opponents rather enjoyed Gatemouth’s endorsement of him.

The New York Post said Charles Hynes “finally gets it” in regards to Orthodox sex abuse cases.

The Daily News looked at the positives and negatives of the current governor’s record.

Mario Cuomo reluctantly accepted a portrait of him to hang in Albany.

The former governor compared Mitt Romney to Richard Nixon.

Ed Koch claimed credit for changing President Obama’s foreign policy.

Bloomberg said Obama’s done well “on a balance.”

There’s a partisan divide in America between the young and the old.

The Times said Sheldon Adelson’s real Super PAC aim is profit, not Israeli foreign policy.

Obama is looking to raise big money overseas.

Supporters of health care reform are divided over post-Supreme Court ruling strategy.

Nate Silver analyzed the odds of Democrats taking back the House.