Eye Opener: Paterson in Wonderland

David Paterson is convening his entire New York City staff today. [WSJ]

Governor Paterson has turned to Eliot Spitzer’s old lawyer. [NYT]

Manohla Dargis deems Alice in Wonderlandbusy, garish and periodically amusing.” [NYT]

The New Museum’s ethically iffy show of a trustee’s collection is no better than you would expect. [NYT]

All the opposition to trying KSM in Lower Manhattan seems to have worked. [WaPo]

Jay Walder is “emotional,” answer-less.[NYT]

AIG settled its discrimination suits. [WSJ]

Are Netflix and Warner Brothers colluding to delay DVD availability? [NYP]

Terry Teachout has precise praise for A Behanding in Spokane: it’s “the funniest new play to open in New York since I started writing this column.” [WSJ]

Ben Brantley, however, is more tepid: Christopher Walken might be freaky and great, but the play is only “erratically enjoyable.” [NYT]

Singapore is copying Greenwich, Connecticut. [Bloomberg]

The snow caused more job losses. [Bloomberg]

Michael Chabon says that the New York literary world is a “pressure cooker,” and London is worse. He prefers Berekeley. [WSJ] Eye Opener: Paterson in Wonderland