... and which part by Harry Siegel?
Map master Steven Romalewski and penetrating politics reporter Brigid Bergin do their best to explain what the hell is happening with our upcoming election, where the maps are still being drawn and even the dates, plural, for various contests aren’t entirely certain. Plus, Nick Pinto of the brand-new NYC journalism venture Hell Gate breaks down his story there about the NYPD’s Stonewalling Attorney Called Out for Lying and Forging Emails.
A conversation from early Wednesday afternoon, before Frank James’ arrest, about the train shooting and also Brian Benjamin’ resignation.
Prof. Christina Greer explains what makes Eric Adams like “a really good point guard” — and the Nets could use one for home games, by the way — and Amir Khafagy breaks down his reporting for Documented on how the city has let down the Twin Parks fire survivors now that they’re no longer front-page news.
21 eulogies for the City of New York, in large or small part, collected for the art installation Eulogy For New York, which ran during the month of October in the West Village.
"If it were deliberate, it could not have been done more efficiently... you couldn't design a more efficient system to choke press freedom."
Rachel Holiday Smith, Manhattan reporter for The City, breaks down the Manhattan DA race with us.
The droning of traffic sloshing through rain announced that the day was underway.
The New York Times' Farah Stockman looks at Suffolk County, where cops call the shots.
The Empire Center's Bill Hammonds talks about the Cuomo coverup we know about now, and all the things we still don’t know.
A conversation with the assemblyman who started the avalanche that just might bury Andrew Cuomo.
A fascinating conversation with Harlem's elder statesman.
The City's Josefa Velasquez talks with Chrissy and Harry about Gov. Andrew Cuomo's pattern of abusive behavior.