I Am Not Joking
Jonathan Capehart is an editorial writer for the Washington Post, an MSNBC contributor and a seemingly smart, nice guy. If he is indeed a nice guy, he will probably have to just grin and bear it for a few days after a somewhat ill-conceived blog post made Monday night. Read More
Petrocelli Electric, whose office was raided yesterday in connection to Operation City Lights, just issued a statement to defend their “impeccable reputation for integrity, excellent service and devotion to our customers, which we are committed to preserving.”
A representative of the U.S. Attorney’s Office has advised our counsel that neither Read More
Intern David Greenhouse reports that there was lots of energy up at Freddy’s event on Fordham Road this morning, with drivers honking and a girl calling from the crowd, “Freddy, I’m cutting class for you!”
Particularly interesting, though, was Al Sharpton’s hint at retribution: “There’s some Democrats that left, that we’re going to make sure Read More
Mike hosted a packed, $1,000-a-head fundraiser for the Log Cabin Republicans last night.
We hear Patrick Murphy, the Log Cabiner running for Council on the East Side, left a good impression on a crowd that included Bloomberg advisors Patti Harris, Kevin Sheekey, and Jonathan Capehart. Also there were Georgette Mosbacher and Read More
On Aug. 12, Details editor in chief Daniel Peres received a letter concerning the writer Kurt Andersen, who had contributed a piece about gossip for that month’s issue of the magazine. Or so Mr. Peres thought. The letter was from an attorney representing Mr. Andersen, who wrote that his client hadn’t written the piece. The Read More
A small brass plaque in the elevator of 126 East 56th Street announces it: “Bloomberg for Mayor.” So does a seventh-floor wall in the office building–only this time in giant letters stretched 20 feet wide and polished to a silvery shine.
The font is familiar: a simple sans serif, synonymous with the Bloomberg name, ubiquitous Read More