Representative Charles Rangel showed his teeth to another reporter who was interested in his “alleged violations” this morning at an event in Harlem. This time it was CBS 2 veteran and former Daily News City Hall bureau chief Marcia Kramer.
“Marci, you are such a professional,” said Mr. Rangel. “I don’t want to Read More
Some Democratic state senators stood on the steps of City Hall and trashed Michael Bloomberg and Joel Klein for a full 30 minutes over their position on mayoral control of schools. And then things got interesting. One of the senators, Pedro Espada, blew up at reporters who asked him about fund-raising activity that Read More
[img_assist|nid=87|title=Bloomberg.|desc=Azi Paybarah|link=none|align=left|width=420|height=315]Please Tom Golisano, spend your money here!
That’s the message Michael Bloomberg had when asked for comment about Golisano’s plan to spend lavishly in order to block Bloomberg’s plan to change the city’s term limits law.
“Well, if he spends a lot of money in New York City, I think Read More
The first of three back-to-back-to-back debates with the four candidates in Brooklyn’s 11th congressional district just wrapped up. It’ll air on BCAT Friday night, but initial reports are still trickling in. (Hurry up with the spin!)
Tomorrow, the CBS duo of Andrew Kirtzman and Marcia Kramer tape their debate with the foursome. That’ll air on Read More
From WCBS: Sources within other large public employee unions tell CBS2 reporter Marcia Kramer that the TWU’s international leadership is considering taking over the local and seeking a settlement with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Read More
Marcia Kramer, the veteran political reporter for WCBS-TV, was reading from a letter at a press conference in City Hall’s Blue Room on Feb. 8. An upstate Republican leader-an ally of Gov. George Pataki-had fired off a missive to Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, and Ms. Kramer had a copy.
Mr. Mayor, she said, the chairman of Read More
One of the best and still freshest of films noir is 1949′s The Third Man [Thursday, Dec. 11, WLNY, 55, 3 A.M.] , a classic example-like Casablanca-of an extraordinarily memorable picture that is not really the personal vision of one artist, but rather an amazingly fortuitous convergence of talents at just the right moment with Read More