2011, The Suburban Report
Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy wasted little time in locking in four of the five companies he promised would bring the state more jobs under his so-called “First Five” plan, an initiative launched this year with the intention of luring new companies to the Constitution State with incentives.
Much has been made of the Hudson County political roots of Robert Menendez, New Jersey’s appointed U.S. Senator. The gritty collection of 13 densely-packed cities and towns – Jersey City, Union City, and Bayonne to name a few – is home to a mighty, efficient, and not infrequently ruthless Democratic machine over which Menendez held Read More
Out on the corner of Essex and Delancey, Freddy could not have had better news than he heard from Cleveland Manley, a trim, balding man in an orange MTA vest who said he was once Al Sharpton’s driver.
When Manley, 54, first heard of Freddy’s Diallo remarks, he thought, “This guy is Read More
David Cronenberg’s Spider , from a novel and screenplay by Patrick McGrath, provides the perfect title, if not quite the ideal subject, for an auteur who, in 14 feature films, has created his own genre consisting of joyously energetic horror and nonjudgmental illustrations of abnormal psychology.
The first thing to note is that Spider is Read More