The former Brooklyn City Councilmember, who has secured the Reform Party endorsement and is seeking the Democratic nomination, reflects on what has changed since his 1997 and 2013 candidacies, discusses his call for Democracy Vouchers and a toll plan, and suggests there is a lack of enthusiasm for incumbent Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Developers of new towers planned for the Two Bridges area solicited resident feedback on how to address shadows the new buildings will cause and how to target affordable housing the new structures will offer. But some in the community would still rather see no new skyscrapers at all.
The legendary newsman was the dean of the city’s political press corps for decades.
My mom and dad are among many thousands of couples who’ve wed in the 50 years since the Supreme Court’s ruling in Loving v. Virginia. But they’re different from most: They married as strangers in a mass ceremony officiated by the Reverend Sun Myung Moon.