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2005 Stories by Paul Moses

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  • Something's Missing

    published December 20, 2005

    Here is yet another indication that the city's falling crime rate may be crime fiction: The number of lost-property reports filed with police... More >>

  • Eve of Construction

    published November 29, 2005

    The peace treaty that was announced last spring between the sachems of Greenpoint-Williamsburg and City Hall pledged $4 million in reparations to... More >>

  • These Stats Are a Crime

    published October 25, 2005

    Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been free to spend his fortune on campaign advertisements touting the continued drop in crimes police have reported.... More >>

  • 'Times' to Commoners: Go Elsewhere

    published August 9, 2005

    When The New York Times and Forest City Ratner Companies open their grand new office building on Eighth Avenue, it won't have a Taco Bell,... More >>

  • Olympic fallout: Spreading the 2012 blame

    published July 5, 2005

    The rhetorical getaway shot is one of the great devices in New York's civic discourse. Bang! A public official fires off a verbal barrage,... More >>

  • Poor Excuse

    published June 28, 2005

    Ann Thompson, 76, had yet to wrap her antique glass so that she could move out of the apartment she's lived in for the past 20 years on Fourth... More >>

  • The Class of '05

    published May 31, 2005

    Greetings, New York City high school graduates of the Class of 2005! As you walk forward into the future, I urge you not to forget the... More >>

  • A New Colony

    published May 10, 2005

    The colonization of northern Brooklyn will no doubt quicken under the city's Williamsburg-Greenpoint waterfront rezoning deal, which clears the... More >>

  • 'Discovering' Williamsburg

    published April 19, 2005

    Rob Solano, a 24-year-old journeyman electrician who has lived his entire life in Williamsburg's Southside, said he never thought an artist would... More >>

  • Corruption? It figures.

    published March 22, 2005

    It's been a year now since an extraordinary event occurred in local police annals: The heads of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association and the... More >>

  • Giving Away the Store

    published February 22, 2005

    Cablevision's planned bid for the Hudson River rail yards site hasn't just fouled up Deputy Mayor Daniel Doctoroff's best-laid plans to build a... More >>

  • Stadium Issue? What Issue?

    published February 1, 2005

    Dear International Olympic Committee inspectors: I hope you don't mind, but I somehow picture your team of International Olympic Committee... More >>

  • Campaign and Caviar

    published January 11, 2005

    Now that Mayor Michael Bloomberg has spotlighted how other politicians finance their campaigns with donations from companies doing business with... More >>

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