Harry Siegel

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  • 4 years ago

    Growing up here, Ditmas Park was “all the way out in Brooklyn,” a tough place to entice friends to make the trek, let alone brand-new companions. Over the past five years, though, my home for the last two decades has become remarkably hi...

  • 4 years ago | Media

    A poll released Tuesday showed widespread support among New Yorkers for the Wall Street "occupation," despite sustained criticism from Mayor Michael Bloomberg about its impact on working class New Yorkers given the city's dependence on tax revenue...

  • 4 years ago | Culture

    A wave of reports "exposing" the secret liberal money behind the Wall Street occupation has been cresting over the right-wing blogosphere, which has been at a loss to explain how a movement of dumb dirty hippies has managed to build up attention a...

  • 4 years ago | Media

    Mayor Bloomberg fired a warning shot Friday at the city unions who have backed the Occupied Wall Street protests, saying "we're not going to have money to pay our municipal employees" if the financial sector takes a hit and New York's tax take goe...

  • 4 years ago

    As the NYPD has struggled through a brutal month, its main mouthpiece and Commissioner Ray Kelly's most trusted adviser, Deputy Commissioner of Public Information Paul Browne, has been called out for playing fast and loose with the truth in four s...

  • 4 years ago | Gale Brewer

    A second City Council member has now come out with claims of bad treatment by rank-and-files police officers at a parade. In a remarkable letter sent today to NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly's office and with Speaker Christine Quinn's office copied, U...

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