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12/31/2013 The New York Times: Slow Return for a Former Speakeasy That Crumpled, by Elizabeth A. Harris
12/21/2012 The Queens Courier: Melinda Katz making the rounds in Queens, by Terence M. Cullen
12/21/2012 New York Amsterdam News: Manhattan Borough President candidate Julie Menin talks lessons learned from Sandy, by Stephon Johnson
12/19/2012 Times Ledger: Katz nets Koch nod, by Steve Mosco
12/17/2012 The New York Times: A National Commission
12/16/2012 The Wall Street Journal: Extell’s Chief Thinking Tall For Midtown, Eliot Brown
12/13/2012 The Amsterdam News: 32BJ endorses Scott Stringer for comptroller, by Stephon Johnson
12/12/2012 New York Daily Politics Blog: Another One Down: Scott Stringer Picks Up Comptroller Endorsement From Ruben Diaz Jr., by Celeste Katz
12/11/2012 New York Daily Politics Blog: Ed Koch Endorses Melinda Katz For Queens Borough President, by Celeste Katz
12/11/2012 New York Daily Politics Blog: Former Manhattan Borough President Virginia Fields Throws Support To Julie Menin, by Celeste Katz
12/10/2012 Politicker: Brooklyn’s Democratic Establishment Celebrates Their Best Christmas Ever, by Colin Campbell
12/10/2012 Working Families Party Backing Scott Stringer For NYC Comptroller, by Celeste Katz
12/07/2012 New York Daily News: Endorsements put Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer in control of race for city controller, by Erin Durkin
12/06/2012 Politicker: Brooklyn Democratic Party Boss Planning $300,000 Christmas Extravaganza, by Colin Campbell and Hunter Walker
12/05/2012 DNA Info: Julie Menin Launches Campaign for Manhattan Borough President, by Jill Colvin
12/05/2012 Downtown Magazine: Julie Menin Throws Hat In The Ring, Will Run For Manhattan Borough President In 2013, by Chris Haire
12/03/2012 New York Daily News: Scott Stringer Clearing 2013 Comptroller Field?, by Celeste Katz
11/29/2012 The New York Times: $68.7 Million Settlement on Stuyvesant Town Rents, by Charles V. Bagli
11/18/2012 The New York Times: Democratic Contenders for New York Mayor Agree Narrowed Field Is a Plus, by David W. Chen
Fall 2012 Reclaim Magazine: The Sit-Down: Consulting with George Arzt
11/09/2012 WNYC News Radio: Downtown Hospital Reopens, Undamaged but Chastened by Dependence on Con Ed
11/06/2012 The New York Times: As Crane Hung in the Sky, a Drama Unfolded to Prevent a Catastrophe Below, by Charles V. Bagli
11/05/2012 The Nation: Mel Wymore Chooses People Over Politics, by Lucy McKeon
10/25/2012 Queens Tribune Online: Halloran, Meng Quibble Over Polls, by Ross Barkan
10/17/2012 Times Ledger: Katz kicks off run for borough office, by Steve Mosco
10/12/2012 The New York Times: Convening an Algonquin Table at Koch’s Place, by Sam Roberts
10/11/2012 The Queens Courier: Melinda Katz kicks off campaign for borough president, by Terence M. Cullen
10/04/2012 City & State: Frank Seddio Is Your Italian Grandmother, by Aaron Short
10/03/2012 Politicker: The New Leader of Brooklyn’s Democratic Party Hopes Cannoli Diplomacy Can Heal Old Wounds, by Colin Campbell
09/21/2012 New York Daily News: Brooklyn teacher who says she was sexually tormented by students wins $450,000 settlement, by Mark Morales, Ben Chapman & Tracy Connor
09/19/2012 The New York Times: Longtime Lopez Colleague Chosen to Lead Brooklyn Democrats, by Joseph Berger
09/16/2012 New York Daily News: Brooklyn’s newest Assemblyman Walter Mosley going from Mr. Mom to Albany lawmaker with wife in Miami, by Reuven Blau
09/14/2012 New York Times: Legislators Tainted by Scandal Find Defeat at the Polls, by Winnie Hu and Michael M. Grynbaum
09/14/2012 The Brooklyn Paper: Walter Mosley easily wins three-way race for Fort Greene, by Danielle Furfaro
09/13/2012 New York Times: The Local Fort Greene/Clinton Hill: Mosley Likely Primary Victor, by Kyle Thomas Mcgovern and Mitchell Trinka
09/13/2012 New York Daily News Daily Politics Blog: NY Primary 2012: In Brooklyn, Tony Herbert V. William Boyland Jr. For Assembly, by Celeste Katz
09/12/2012 DNA Info: Christine Quinn Ramps Up Her Uptown Presence Ahead of 2013 Mayoral Race, by Jill Colvin, Jeff Mays
09/03/2012 Staten Island Advance: New York consultant: Obama needs to show ‘real leadership and vision’ to win, by Tom Wrobleski
09/03/2012 New York Daily News: Unions build 65,000-member coalition to elect next mayor, by Reuven Blau
08/30/2012 Capital New York: Frank Seddio picks up George Arzt for his push for Brooklyn Democratic leader
08/22/2012 Brooklyn Downtown Star: Brooklyn district leader eyes open Assembly seat, by Andrew Pavia
08/21/2012 Bed-Stuy Patch: UFT Gets Behind Mosley for State Assembly, by C. Zawadi Morris
08/20/2012 Politicker: Marty Markowitz Endorses Walter Mosley, by Colin Campbell
08/19/2012 The New York Post: Thompson a sleeper candidate, but not asleep, by Annie Karni
08/09/2012 Bed-Stuy Patch: De Blasio Endorses Mosely for State Assembly, by C. Zawadi Morris
08/09/2012 The Queens Tribune: Katz Comes Back For Beep Race, by Ross Barkan
08/05/2012 The New York Post: Katz in political cradle, by Annie Karni
08/03/2012 The Root: Embattled Jackson Jr. to Stay on the Ballot – Despite illness and absence from the campaign trail, the congressman’s re-election bid is still on., by Lynette Holloway
07/24/2012 Bed-Stuy Patch: Mosley Launches Campaign For Jeffries’ Assembly Seat, by Paul Leonard
07/24/2012 DNAinfo: Hot Bread Kitchen Opens Harlem Store, by Jeff Mays
07/12/2012 New York Daily News’s Daily Politics Blog: Will Adriano Espaillat’s “Summer Of Unity” Linger Through A Primary Against Guillermo Linares?, by James Arkin
07/11/2012 New York Daily News: Baby-faced Brooklyn brothers challenge political elite in race for state office, by Reuven Blau
07/11/2012 The New York Post: GCT mall a bad step: biz honcho, by Jennifer Fermino
07/05/2012 The New York Times: Divisions in Satmar Sect Complicate Politics of Brooklyn Hasidim, by Joseph Berger
06/28/2012 The Washington Post: After years of efforts, Nordstrom to open its first full department store in Manhattan, by Associated Press
06/28/2012 Bloomberg Business Week: Nordstrom to Open First NYC Store at New West Side Tower, by David M. Levitt and Noah Rayman
06/28/2012 MSN Money: Nordstrom to finally get New York department store, by Phil Wahba
06/28/2012 Reuters: Nordstrom to get New York store at last, by Phil Wahba
06/28/2012 Racked: Nordstrom Will Open on W.57th Street Sometime Around 2018, by Izzy Grinspan
06/28/2012 Retail Traffic: Nordstrom To Open 285,000 Sf Store On 57th Street In New York City
06/28/2012 Commercial Property Executive: Update: Nordstrom to Hit Manhattan–Finally, by Barbra Murray, Contributing Editor
06/28/2012 Accessories Magazine: It’s Official: Nordstrom to Open NY Flagship in 2018, by Accessories Staff
06/27/2012 DNA Info: Nydia Velazquez Cruises to Win in 7th District Updated, by Jill Colvin, Julie Shapiro
06/27/2012 Crain’s New York Business: Nordstrom finally coming to Manhattan, by Theresa Agovino
06/26/2012 The New York Times: Nordstrom Said to Sign Deal for Site in Manhattan, by Charles V. Bagli
06/26/2012 Crain’s Insider: Democrats for Wendy Long (temporarily)
06/19/2012 The Jewish Week: Amid Demographic Trends, Jewish Vote More Complex, by Adam Dickter
06/14/2012 Queens Chronicle: LIRR Airtrans hub gets new lighting, by AnnMarie Costella
05/24/2012 The New York Times: The Reporters of City Hall Return to Their Old Perch, by Michael M. Grynbaum
05/14/2012 WNYC News Blog: A Spring Rite – The NYC Budget Dance, by Cindy Rodriguez
05/07/2012 WNYC’s The Empire: What Cuomo Gains from Obama’s Albany Visit, by Colby Hamilton
04/07/2012 The New York Post: NYPD cracking down on aggressive Diamond District ‘hawkers,’ by Philip Messing
03/23/2012 The New York Times: A Transgender Candidate Is Hoping to Make History, by Kate Taylor
02/04/2012 Gothamist: Mayor Bloomberg Gets <3 After Planned Parenthood Donation, by Jen Chung
02/03/2012 The New York Times: With Fine Timing, Bloomberg Makes a Financial Pledge That Excites and Engages, by Michael M. Grynbaum
01/16/2012 The New York Times: Fingers That Turn Back the Clock by Joseph Berger
01/15/2012 Crain’s New York Business: Tick, tick, tick for Bloomie’s legacy, by Jeremy Smerd
01/02/2012 The New York Times: Nowhere to Go, Patients Linger in Hospitals, at a High Cost, by Sam Roberts

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