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A Few NYC Voters Elect Letitia James Democratic Public Advocate Candidate
A solid margin amid a low turnout.
Public Advocate Race Headed to a Runoff
Daniel Squadron vs. Letitia James.
Squadron Consultant Says He Fired Her While She Sat Shiva
It’s been a hard month for Cindy Darrison.
East Villagers Are Now Freaked Out About Bagel Shops, Even
Plus: Daniel Squadron wants you to rat out that noisy bar.
Community Board Is Fine With 25 CPW Wine Bar
The residents of the building that houses A-Rod, Denzel, and others hired big-deal lobbyists.
Noisy Bars Face ‘Six Strikes You’re Out’ Bill
The latest in anti-nightlife legislation.
Should There Be a Separation Between Church and State of Sobriety?
Will Harlem fall victim to new legislation seeking to close a loophole in the dreaded 200-foot law?
Cookbook; SLA Slow to Reform
Plus: the dangers of bear meat, and Fabien Beaufour moves on, all in our morning news roundup.
State Senator Daniel Squadron on His ‘Surreal’ First Session in Albany
The 29-year-old on serving under Pedro Espada, being called “barely an adult” by a colleague, and discussing his embarrassment with the Albany stalemate.
In Case You Were Wondering, the State Senate Is Still Throwing Pies at One Another
Even though it started meeting again for real today.
Know Your Leaders
‘Anti-Nightlife’ Candidate Daniel Squadron Is Elected to Senate
Apparently voters didn’t agree with Steve Lewis that he’s a “bad, bad man.”
early and often
Sheldon Silver Beats Primary Opponents, Other Democratic Incumbents Not So Lucky
What happened in yesterday’s NYC primaries.