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12/26/2016 The Wall Street Journal: Republicans’ Simple Recipe for Beating de Blasio: a ‘Seismic’ Event, by Mara Gay
12/21/2016 Catholic New York: College of New Rochelle Restructures to Ensure Future, by Christie L. Chicoine
12/15/2016 Bloomberg Politics: NYC Ethics Law Bans Mayor’s Nonprofit Advocacy Fundraising, by Henry Goldman
12/13/2016 The Chief-Leader: Redefining Presidential – Trump’s New Abnormal, by Richard Steier
12/12/2016 New York Daily News – Opinion: Accessible for-hire vehicles on the road, and soon, by Frank Carone
12/07/2016 Brooklyn Daily Eagle: Frank Seddio hosts annual holiday house lighting dedicated to Ken Thompson, by John Alexander
12/04/2016 CBS New York: Canarsie Holiday Light Display In Full Swing
12/05/2016 Kings County Politics: A Seddio Canarsie Christmas 2016, by Michael Wright
12/06/2016 The New York Post: De Blasio to release ‘Agents of the City’ emails — with a catch, by Yoav Gonen
11/18/2016 Politico: With Trump victory, de Blasio gets another shot at national relevance, by Laura Nahmias
11/15/2016 The Real Deal: Friends of ours: President Trump and the danger of cronyism, by Konrad Putzier
11/09/2016 Commercial Observer: Republican-Majority Win In NY Senate Seen As Real Estate Victory, By Danielle Balbi & Terence Cullen
11/09/2016 The New York Times: Seeking Common Ground With Trump, Cuomo and de Blasio Focus on New York Ties, by J. David Goodman and William Neuman
11/03/2016 modernluxury.com: Neighborhood Watch– Carnegie Hill Neighbors and its new executive director; Joanna Cawley, set the standard in protecting its piece of historic New York.
10/31/2016 The Chief Leader: Knee-Jerk Police Reflex A Bad Strain for Mayor, by Richard Steier
10/26/2016 The Real Deal: The Long View: NYC is yet to tax foreign buyers — but could that soon change?, by Konrad Putzier
10/06/2016 Los Angeles Times: Donald Trump has a default setting: What I did may be bad, but Bill Clinton has done even worse, by Mark Z. Barabak
09/23/2016 Daily Star: A Dem-led Senate? Not so fast, says GOP, by Joe Mahoney CNHI State Reporter
09/13/2016 Gotham Gazette Opinion: ‘Excellence & Equity’ Must Include Smart Approach to Top High Schools, by Larry Cary
08/15/2016 Gotham Gazette: With De Blasio Appearing Vulnerable, Heightened Examination of Paths to Defeat Him, by Samar Khurshid
07/21/2016 New York Daily News: EXCLUSIVE: Former female servers at Saks Fifth Avenue eateries say they were fired because they were ‘not attractive enough,’ ‘getting old’ in suit, by Victoria Bekiempis
06/27/2016 The Chief-Leader: Same Old Song: Forget It, Bill; It’s Albany, by Richard Steier
06/17/2016 Bloomberg Politics: De Blasio Down, Not Out as Probes and Spats Weaken New York City Mayor, by Henry Goldman
06/11/2016 New York Slant: In Search Of Justice For Our Waters, by Sidney Hill
06/09/2016 Roll Call: How Clinton Can Win With a Latino VP, by Jaime Estades
05/25/2016 Syracuse New Times: Haudenosaunee To U.N. – Protect Onondaga Lake, by Renee K. Gadoua
05/24/2016 Newsday: Bill de Blasio tries direct outreach with public amid probes, by Emily Ngo
05/23/2016 New York Slate: It’s Time To Rediscover Discovery, by Larry Cary, President of the Brooklyn Tech Alumni Foundation
05/20/2016 Native News Online: Haudenosaunee Confederacy Leaders Meet With UN Secretary-General, by Native News Online Staff
05/05/2016 The New York Post: De Blasio’s press secretary resigns amid probes into City Hall, by Yoav Gonen and Michael Gartland
05/03/2016 Politico New York: De Blasio plans a crisis response, without the sense of crisis, by Dana Rubinstein
04/27/2016 The New York Post: Trump says he’ll copy the attacks Bernie used against Hillary, by Bob Fredericks
04/26/2016 The Wall Street Journal: Besieged de Blasio Zooms In on Agenda, by Josh Dawsey
04/25/2016 The Chief Leader: In Hillary’s Spotlight, Cuomo Finds Time to Play His Own Greatest Hits, by Richard Steier
04/19/2016 Politico: For Trump and Clinton, winning isn’t enough – Both look likely to notch New York victories, but only big-margin wins will help them reach their objectives, by Eli Stokols and Annie Karni
04/18/2016 Boston Herald: Hillary Clinton looks to KO Bernie Sanders in his home-state primary, by Matt Stout
04/18/2016 Politico: Hillary Clinton’s pedal-to-the-metal New York finish – If Clinton loses her adopted home state, it won’t be for lack of effort, by Annie Karni
04/18/2016 New York Post: Hillary’s campaign downplays landslide, forecasts tight margin, by Rich Calder & Bob Fredericks
04/17/2016 The Hill: Sanders plays expectations game in NY, by Niall Stanage
04/16/2016 Politico Magazine: In the Big Apple, Political Fortunes Can Change in a New York Minute, by Todd S. Purdum
04/15/2016 Bloomberg News: Live From New York, It’s the Narcissism Primary, by Michael C. Bender
04/14/2016 USA Today: Candidates get New York cheers and jeers, by Joseph Spector, The Journal News
04/14/2016 The Daily Beast: Beyond Hil And Bern—For Lefties, It’s The Battle For New York’s Soul, by David Freedlander
04/14/2016 The Hill: Sanders gambles on Vatican visit, by Niall Stanage
04/13/2016 Newsday: Sanders tells tribe he will refocus on Native Americans, by Michael Gormley
04/13/2016 LA Times: CAMPAIGN SHOCKER! New York tabloids still have influence in presidential race, by Evan Halper
04/12/2016 The New York Law Journal – Op-Ed: U.S. Should Honor Onondaga Treaty, by Joseph J. Heath, the author is general counsel for the Onondaga Indian Nation
04/07/2016 The Wall Street Journal: War of Words Escalates in Democratic Race, by Laura Meckler and Erica Orden
04/06/2016 The New York Times: Marginal Role For De Blasio As New York’s Primary Nears, by William Neuman
03/29/2016 Newsday: Hillary Clinton v. Bernie Sanders becomes a Brooklyn affair, by Dan Janison
03/25/2016 The New York Times: The Mayor Does the Town, His Way, by Michael M. Grynbaum
03/25/2016 New York Magazine: This Republican Real-Estate Developer Wants to Run for NYC Mayor As a Successor to Bloomberg, by David Freedlander
03/21/2016 WNYC Radio: De Blasio’s Affordable Housing Fight Shifts to Neighborhood Battles, by Brigid Bergin
03/14/2016 The Chief Leader: Key Democrats Laud Bloomberg Opting Out Of White House Run by Richard Steier
03/11/2016 Gotham Gazette: The Right Model to Follow for Diversity at Specialized High Schools, by Larry Cary
03/09/2016 The New York Times: Legislators Seek to Promote Diversity at Elite Public High Schools, by Kate Taylor
03/09/2016 New York Daily News: EXCLUSIVE – State pols push for diversity in NYC top public high schools, by Ben Chapman
03/01/2016 The Real Deal Magazine: Airbnb is not taking it lying down, by Rich Bockmann
03/01/2016 The New York Post: Failed Homeless Services chief made a Family Court judge, by Yoav Gonen
02/05/2016 Bloomberg Politics: De Blasio’s Week Marred by Political Strains, Policy Setbacks, by Henry Goldman
02/04/2016 The Villager: See you in September! Don Lee declares for 65th, by Lincoln Anderson
02/04/2016 Politico New York: Mocked, resented, and now dead: De Blasio’s horse debacle makes history, by Dana Rubinstein
01/27/2016 Commercial Observer: A Chelsea Address Goes from Women’s Prison to Women’s Nonprofit, by Terence Cullen
01/25/2016 The Lo-Down: Don Lee Enters the Race For the 65th Assembly District
01/20/2016 The Washington Post: De Blasio delivering on policy, stumbling on politics, by Paul Schwartzman
01/15/2016 The Wall Street Journal: Trying to Build a Catskills Resort Despite Mountains of Regulation, by Cori O’Connor

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