President Barack Obama is scheduled to visit Albany tomorrow and a local strip club isn't missing the chance to cash in on the visit by inviting the Secret Service to enjoy some topless (hopefully legal) entertainment.Shenanigans, located on Central Avenue in Albany, is your run-of-the-mill strip cl ... More >>
John Liu's latest fundraising scandal could be a boost for expected mayoral candidate Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer. But Stringer isn't talking about it. Runnin' Scared ran up to Stringer today after he testified at a City Council hearing to ask him about the latest troubles for emba ... More >>
Aside from voter apathy and a weak field, the mayoral race is really shaping up.
For those of us paid to type about city politics for a living, there can be no merrier Season's Greetings than Mike Bloomberg's new presidential tryout. For one thing, it gets mayoral aides clicking on all six cylinders when it comes to anonymous quote making, like this gem donated to the N ... More >>
The city Board of Elections -- the last unabashed stronghold of political patronage - is poised to award the ultimate political contract. On Tuesday the board's ten political appointees - one each from each party in each borough -- will choose between two giant election machine companies that, for a ... More >>
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