It's Day Three of Sandy's aftermath and, needless to say, New York is still swamped with flooding, power outages, displaced residents and, most importantly for commuters, public transportation shutdowns. We are told that it will take a few days for the City to be up and running like her old, pr ... More >>
New York's governor-elect Andrew Cuomo will not be bringing his girlfriend of four years, semi-celeb chef Sandra Lee, to Albany for First Lady duties, according to the Wall Street Journal. To be a fly on the wall when the couple had that conversation! Now, it's entirely possible that Cuomo an ... More >>
This is the way campaigns are supposed to work: A pair of top officials of two of the state's largest public employee unions are today calling out Andrew Cuomo for his tough-on-labor comments in Sunday's New York Times. Cuomo was described as "girding for war" with big unions aided by a "more ... More >>
Hopefully, Andrew Cuomo already has a copy of The Man Who Saved New York: Hugh Carey and the Great Fiscal Crisis of 1975, the new biography by former state senator Seymour Lachman and ex-Newsday reporter Rob Polner, the same team that delivered insider tales of Albany fixers in Three Men in a ... More >>
Has anyone noticed that, for all his dour warnings on the economy, maudlin self-representation in ads, and rage at being mocked by Saturday Night Live, David Paterson is a bit of a jokester?
Today he's in Cindy Adams' Post column -- where comedians' press-agents typically plant gags with the ... More >>
Down on the Hudson River by Fort Edward, New York, General Electric, supervised by the EPA, started dredging today. They're looking to remove from the river the PCBs (Polychlorinated biphenyls) GE dumped there decades ago. When the government announced in the 1970s that PCBs are harmful to both f ... More >>