At 8:30 a.m., John Faso speaks to at a breakfast hosted by the Association for a Better New York and the Downtown-Lower Manhattan Association on 85 West St.
At 9 a.m., Eliot Spitzer tours the UFT charter school with UFT president Randi Weingarten.
At 11:15 a.m., Vito Lopez and union officials protest on the City Read More
The other bit of news from this morning’s Association for a Better New York breakfast was that Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver took a stance on the No. 7 subway extension, making it clear the city, and not the M.T.A., better pay for the whole thing.
The extension, which would bring the line west to Read More
Today’s Page Six reports on an embarrassing gaffe on Senate candidate Jeanine Pirro’s campaign website:
[T]he site’s “photo gallery” shows a picture of would-be Senator Pirro with pioneering African-American actor Ossie Davis and correctly notes that he’s deceased, it also displays a photo of Pirro with “Lou Rudin” and describes him Read More
Growing up in Buffalo, Tim Russert knew nothing about one of the city’s landmarks, the Prudential building, designed by Louis Sullivan. But then, as a young lawyer, he went to work for a newly elected U.S. Senator named Daniel Patrick Moynihan, a gentleman who had a bit of an interest in urban design (along with Read More