The AP looks at how Kirsten Gillibrand “reinvents” herself.
Ed Koch writes on Huffington Post about forming a “Throw the Rascals Out!” Party.
Bloomberg gave an interview to the New York Post, urging Albany to renew mayoral control.
Courtney Gross examines the election-year budget and finds it’s not too painful. She also writes, “The mayor’s office expects the economic downturn to be reversed by the end of 2010.”
Joel Klein and Malcolm Smith get a mention in this Times story about Blackberry etiquette.
The Times takes a closer look at Rabbi Leib Glanz, who allowed preferential treatment for some Jewish inmates.
Glanz reportedly had co-workers he didn’t like transferred out of The Tombs.
Paul Schindler wonders if the special session in Albany helps or hurts same-sex marriage.
Slot machines may come to Nassau Off-Track Betting sites, says Dan Janison [last item].
Rupert Murdoch and other CEOs took a pay cut.
And above is Al Sharpton talking about Tom Golisano.