Getting all colonial in Union Square, watching crabs rut in Marine Park, letting go of fancy F-train plans in the Slope, and busting the gays in Forest Hills. All that and more in our week's-end boroughs report.
The ghost of Courtney Love in Soho, Reverend Billy making a racket in Union Square Park, and midwestern moms fondling stylish butt plugs in the Village! All in one city! All in our daily boroughs report.
Presidential candidates should brush up on their bourbon knowledge before heading to Kentucky, a judge will decide the fate of a new Union Square restaurant today, and a new pizza tour bus rolls into town.
Cuddly, scrumptious puppies! The people who live there must be so happy! Or not: "We will now have sidewalks like the rest of the city with puddles of urine and smears of dog poop," grumbles one. All this and more in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
Is a vote for Hillary Clinton an act of feminism? Should she have cried? Is it more important to have the first black man or the first woman president? These are the kinds of questions that Democratic-primary voters have been asking themselves during the most riveting election season in decades. According to a recent New York Times/CBS News poll, women are evenly split between Clinton and opponent Barack Obama. More women than men also believe that the media is tougher on Clinton than on her male opponents. But what do New York women think? We put these questions to several of them in Union Square yesterday and found that Clinton cannot take even her constituents’ votes for granted.
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