Did Weiner Plan Twittergate?

Written by Tom Allon on . Posted in News Our Town, News Our Town Downtown, News West Side Spirit

A far-fetched but plausible alternate reality for the mayoral candidate By Tom Allon Imagine that for more than a decade you’ve been plotting to become Mayor of New York City and you’ve been blocked from that path by the wealthiest man in town. You’re a reasonably well-known congressman, but your name probably won’t resonate in [&hellip
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Cooling Centers Open

Written by NYPress on . Posted in News Our Town

With 90-degree temperatures predicted for this week, 400 cooling centers have opened throughout the city. What follows is a list of the cooling stops in your neighborhood where you can run for cover: Grand Central Library – 135 E. 46 St. Fifty-Eighth Street Library – 127 E. 58 St. Lenox Hill Innovative Senior Center – [&hellip
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911 Investigation

Written by NYPress on . Posted in News Our Town

The New York City Department of Investigation is “investigating the facts surrounding the Ariel Russo matter,” according to DOI spokeswoman Diane Struzzi. Ariel Russo, 4, died following a car crash on the Upper West Side June 4. Struzzi said the Bloomberg Administration asked DOI to investigate why it took four minutes to dispatch an ambulance [&hellip
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