Here’s the program for the May 7 show in Albany, where reporters will roast the lawmakers they cover. Along with seeing colleagues in uncharacteristically formal attire, I was looking forward to seeing Andrew Cuomo’s response to the show. (He has, already, demonstrated an ability for using multi-media tactics to make a point while Read More
Not afraid to be funny.
He starts off his routine at the Congressional Correspondents Dinner with a self-deprecating joke about his parking ticket problem.
Last Thursday evening, a group known as the Association for the Betterment of Sex (ABS) gathered amid a collection of plaid-wearing onlookers at the Greenlight Book Store in Fort Greene, with an ambitious goal: forging a new understanding of human sexuality. The ABS, of course, does not exist outside the realm of comedy. It is Read More
Well, City Hall News is certainly in the April Fool’s spirit. Not to spoil the surprise too much, but they’ve got five spirited articles up on their site right now. (The authors’ names are particularly good.)
The one that landed in my inbox this morning–”Paterson Prepares Gillibrand Challenge”–sort of proves how hard it Read More