Gifford Miller and Larry Seabrook sang Christmas songs at the City Council's holiday party, according to a reader. [no link]
Tony Avella's protest of horse-driven carriages turns ugly: "They made my daughter cry," says one passenger.
The New York Times corrects itself, reporting Ted Kennedy never actually called David Paterson about the Hillary Clinton's Senate seat..
Roger Simon asks if Caroline Kennedy is ready for the U.S. Senate.
The fund-raising issue does make Caroline an appealing choice for many.
Would Randi Weingarten keep the seat warm in case Hillary wants to make a return?
Pete King announced a run for Senate yesterday, saying "I didn't want to seem like I was playing catch up."
As the leadership deal unravels, State Senator Ruben Diaz Sr. said the Latino community cannot allow a post given them to be "in name only."
Meanwhile, newly named Deputy Majority Leader Bill Stachowski conducted a forum in Buffalo.
A woman in this Thompson photo is wearing a shirt that says "Lets Make Out."
A reader sent a link to this online petition urging Barack Obama not to nominate Adolfo Carrion for a cabinet position.
Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner's Facebook status yesterday: "wondering why one person (Governor of a state) can appoint a US Senator. Aren't Senators supposed to be elected by the people? This ain't China!"
In the comments section, Robert Mugabe defender Charles Barron gets no love.
Fiscal experts at a conference in Albany look at how drastic budget cuts could be.
The only state agency hiring is the one that processes unemployment claims–they've been busy.
MartyMarkowitz.com and ScottStringer.com are up for sale, says Peter Mullin.
Below, Thompson one-ups Obama on YouTube strategy.