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Trade Center Area Still Feels Affects of 9/11
Newsday, by Randi F. Marshall, September 10, 2006

Art Scenes Duel Across the Atlantic
The New York Sun, by Jill Gardiner, September 07, 2006

A Neighborhood Goes Up for Sale
The New York Daily News, by Corky Siemaszko, August 31, 2006

Lola Staar Founder Talks About Coney Island,
The Gowanus Lounge, by Robert Guskind, August 30, 2006

A Governor From The City?
City Hall News, by Edward-Isaac Dovere, August 21, 2006

The Blandness of the Asphalt Fairground
The New York Times, by Francis X. Clines, August 12, 2006

This Socks
WNYC, by The Brian Lehrer Show,, August 11, 2006

Time To Curb One-Way Street Fairs
The New York Daily News, by Lenore Skenazy, August 09, 2006

All’s Not Fair In Street Fairs, Group Claims
The New York Times, by Thomas J. Lueck, August 07, 2006

On Transient Retailing in NYC: Hold the Tube Socks!
Curbed, August 07, 2006

Tube Socks, Funnel Cake and Fruit Smoothies: NYC Street Fairs Are Generic
Gothamist, by Jen Chung, August 07, 2006

Study Slams NYC Street Fairs
amNewYork, by Michael Clancy, August 07, 2006

Better Fare for the Fair?
Metro New York, by Amy Zimmer, August 07, 2006

Study Claims Street Fairs Are Too Generic
WNYC, by Julie Walker, August 07, 2006

Study Says New York Street Fairs Are All the Same
The Associated Press, by Karen Matthews, August 06, 2006

Report: Street Fairs Don’t Reflect City’s Uniqueness
New York 1, August 06, 2006

City Looks Abroad To Boost Business
The New York Sun, by David Lombino, July 14, 2006

The Middle Class Is Missing
The New York Daily News, by Alan Berube, July 09, 2006

Factories Have No-Ware To Go
The New York Daily News, by Jimmy Vielkind, June 25, 2006

The (Possible) Future of New York
amNewYork, by Justin Rocket Silverman, June 23, 2006

New Dawn for Manufacturing in Sunset Park
The Real Estate blog, New York Observer, by Matthew Grace, June 15, 2006

Cityscape Public Affairs
WFUV Radio, June 10, 2006

Upward Mobility, For the Other Half
The New York Times, by David Jason Fischer, June 07, 2006

Olympic Sites Become Topic of Hot Debate
The New York Sun, by David Lombino, May 11, 2006

Down But Not Out; We Can Help Unemployed Youth Get Jobs—If We All Do Our Job
The New York Daily News, by Errol Louis, May 05, 2006

Report: Workforce Shortage Looming
Metro New York, by Amy Zimmer, May 05, 2006

NYC Could Face High Shortage of Workers: Report
Crain's New York Business,, by Tom Fredrickson, May 04, 2006

Park Slope Canal
The Brooklyn Papers, by Ariella Cohen, April 29, 2006

TalkBack! with Hugh Hamilton
WBAI Radio, April 26, 2006

Top Ten Big Ideas for Staten Island
Staten Island Advance, by Tom Wrobleski, April 26, 2006

Is Manhattan Losing Its Mojo?
The New York Daily News, by Lenore Skenazy, April 23, 2006

How To Make It In NYC As An Artist
Gotham Gazette, by Jonathan Mandell, April 11, 2006

Innovation, NYC Style
Crain's New York Business,, by Elizabeth MacBride, April 10, 2006

City Works to Keep Cultural Capital Title
WNYC, by Andrea Bernstein, April 06, 2006

Panel Looks to Halt City’s Creative Drain
Metro New York, by Amy Zimmer, April 05, 2006

A Creative Process; Gothamites Train Eyes on Brain Drain
Variety, by Steven Zeitchik, April 05, 2006

Mayor Gathers Group To Discuss How To Keep City at Vanguard of Cultural World
The New York Sun, by Liz Peek, April 05, 2006

Creative Thinking To Keep Arts Industry In New York
New York 1, by Farnoosh Torabi, April 05, 2006

Mike Pushes Nonprofits; City Needs Creative Interests, Mayor Sez
The New York Daily News, by Greg Wilson, April 05, 2006

New York City Is Establishing an Office to Support Arts Groups
The New York Times, by Sewell Chan, April 05, 2006

Advocates For the Poor Place Hopes In Next Governor’s Hands
The Legislative Gazette, by Kelly Smith, March 28, 2006

Ipod Thefts Fueling Juvenile Crime; More Kids Are Facing the Judge
The New York Daily News, by Adam Lisberg, March 27, 2006

MSG In Tax Tussle; Won’t Move If Not Exempt
The New York Daily News, by Lore Croghan, March 26, 2006

Let’s Remember Nixzmary; Overloaded System Needs A Big Fix to Prevent Another Tragedy
The New York Daily News, by Errol Louis, March 21, 2006

Stem Cell Research: Medical Miracle or Moral Morass?
Gotham Gazette, by Gail Robinson, March 20, 2006

Growing Woes in Family Court
The New York Daily News, by Adam Lisberg, March 16, 2006

Census Shows Sunbelt Grows More Than City
The New York Sun, by Russell Berman, March 16, 2006

Fed Survey: Average Inflation-Adjusted Family Incomes Drop in 2004
The Journal News, by Martin Crutsinger, February 24, 2006

In Ratner’s Shadow
WNYC, by Andrea Bernstein, February 13, 2006

In New York City, Still Going Strong
The New York Times, by Jennifer Steinhauer, January 22, 2006

Abused Child’s Murder A Crisis for Bloomberg
New York Observer, by Jason Horowitz, January 17, 2006

More of the Young and Hip Fight Urban Urge
USA Today, by Haya El Nasser, December 29, 2005

Spitzer’s Aspirations
The New York Sun, December 28, 2005

Creatives Are Being Priced Out of Gotham
Variety, by Elizabeth Guider, December 23, 2005

City Risks Losing ‘Creative Core,’ Study Says
The New York Sun, by Russell Berman, December 19, 2005

Predicting the Big Stories in 2006
Gotham Gazette, December 19, 2005

New York, Once A Lure, Is Slowly Losing the Creative Set
The New York Times, by Jennifer Steinhauer, December 18, 2005

New York City Losing Its Creative Edge
New York 1, December 18, 2005

Huge Windfall for Transit Wish List
The New York Daily News, by Russ Buettner, Heidi Evans, Robert Gearty, Brian Kates, Greg B. Smith and Richard T. Pienciak, December 11, 2005

Billions In Liberty Bonds Go Unspent
The New York Daily News, by Russ Buettner, Heidi Evans, Robert Gearty, Brian Kates, Greg B. Smith and Richard T. Pienciak, December 08, 2005

Ratner Sends Gehry To Drawing Board
New York Observer, by Matthew Schuerman, December 05, 2005

Battle Over Bronx BJ’s Store
Crain's New York Business,, by Tommy Fernandez, November 21, 2005

WTC Fixup Tops Agenda
The New York Daily News, by David Saltonstall, November 10, 2005

What the Next Mayor Must Do
The New York Daily News, by Jonathan Bowles, November 09, 2005

New Leaders? Outsiders Are In
The New York Times, by Clyde Haberman, November 08, 2005

Grand Theft Jobs
Village Voice, by Tom Robbins, November 08, 2005

Bronx Telecom Firm Is Hot To Wire City
Crain's New York Business, by Tommy Fernandez, November 07, 2005

Mayor Plans Tough Stand in New Term
Crain's New York Business, by Anne Michaud, November 07, 2005

Giuliani Guide Is Bloomberg Gadfly
The New York Times, by Nicholas Confessore, October 25, 2005

Transforming Bronx Terminal Market, but at a Steep Price
The New York Times, by Charles V. Bagli and Robin Shulman, October 24, 2005

The Real Issues in the 2005 Mayoral Race
Gotham Gazette, by Mark Berkey-Gerard, October 17, 2005

Beep Boosts Bronx; Obstacles Loom
Crain's New York Business, by Erik Enquist, October 10, 2005

Taking Credit for Rebound That Remade City Economy
The New York Times, by Jennifer Steinhauer, October 09, 2005

At CUNY, Giving Workers A Leg Up
The New York Times, by Joseph P. Fried, October 02, 2005

Campaign 2005: Real Estate Boom; Corporate Developments; Immigrant Entrepreneurs
Gotham Gazette, by Mark Winston Griffith, September 21, 2005

Developer Has Mixed Record in Brooklyn
WNYC, by Andrea Bernstein, September 13, 2005

Three Sectors Hold Most Promise; Distribution, Food Processing Are Tops; Boroughs Need To Do More Wi
Crain's New York Business,, by Tom Fredrickson, September 05, 2005

Gentrification No Longer Just A Four-Letter Word,
Crain's New York Business,, by Tommy Fernandez, September 05, 2005

Bronx finally getting Verizon Internet technology
Crain's New York Business,, by Amanda Fung, August 30, 2005

Message is Mixed for Mike’s Economy
The New York Daily News, by David Saltonstall, August 29, 2005

Message Is Mixed for Mike’s Economy; Analyzing the Bloomberg Mayoralty
The New York Daily News, by Dave Saltonstall, August 29, 2005

Officials Defend Actions to Keep Goldman Sachs Downtown
The New York Times, by Patrick McGeehan, August 12, 2005

Campaign 2005: Long-Term Issues Facing the Arts in NYC
Gotham Gazette, by Jonathan Mandell, August 01, 2005

Industrial Policy Has Design Flaws: Zones to provide low rents, long leases won’t prevent residentia
Crain's New York Business, by Judy Temes, July 11, 2005

Mayor Pursues Plans Outside Manhattan, and Even Critics Applaud
The New York Times, by Charles Bagli, July 11, 2005

For Keyspan Park neighbors, wealth hasn’t spread
Newsday, by Randi F. Marshall, June 26, 2005

Air cargo war heats up
Crain's New York Business, by Tommy Fernandez, June 20, 2005

Mike?s Angry Men Bloodied, Beaten, Stadium Team Mad
New York Observer, by Ben Smith, June 13, 2005

Another Big Idea Brought Down By Politics
The New York Times, by Jennifer Steinhauer, June 07, 2005

Tough-love chancellor restores CUNY prestige
Crain's New York Business, by Judy Temes, June 06, 2005

Analyst: Mayor’s Bronx Market Deal Shows His Hubris
The New York Sun, by Julie Satow, June 02, 2005

New York is an arena for world’s best companies
Western Morning News (Plymouth, UK), May 19, 2005

Weiner Sets the Pace
Village Voice, by Tom Robbins, April 26, 2005

The Five Best Big-City Mayors
Time, by Nancy Gibbs, April 25, 2005

I?ve warmed up to condo fever
The New York Daily News, by Lenore Skenazy, April 05, 2005

Facing Unemployment
Gotham Gazette, by Josh Brustein, February 07, 2005

After long delay, city finds biotech formula
Crain's New York Business, by Kerry Murtha, February 07, 2005

Has Bloomberg delivered on jobs?
Newsday, by Dan Janison, February 07, 2005

New York?s Broadband Gaps
Gotham Gazette, by Laura Forlano, January 21, 2005

E-Credit where credit is due
The Politicker blog, by Ben Smith, January 21, 2005

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