The New York Post pulled a story offline after New York Mag called them out on the erroneous report that one-time congressman Anthony Weiner got a new job.
“Disgraced ex-Congressman Anthony Weiner has landed a job after being unemployed for 18 months, his first gig since resigning amid a Twitter sexting scandal,” the Post story said, claiming that Mr. Weiner got a part-time gig consulting for Madison Avenue brokerage firm Concept Capital Markets.
Pro-gay marriage groups have made it a priority this election season to take out state Senators who are against marriage equality. They defeated one of their biggest targets, state Senator Bill Stachowski, a Democrat whose conservative positions put him in the crosshairs of many Democratic groups.
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Before you plan a night on the town with the help of those perky listings in Time Out New York, you might want to call ahead first. This warning comes not from some disgruntled reader, but from the magazine’s editor, Cyndi Stivers.
On June 28, Ms. Stivers sent a scolding letter to the Time Out Read More