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The End of a Long Journey for a Historic Voice Heated Races Draw High Voter Turnout Young Voters: Indifferent and Disillusioned This Time It’s Different: Election Day Avoids A Repeat of Primary Polling Pitfalls
 

The End of a Long Journey for a Historic Voice

The first voice to ever sing over a wireless radio broadcast was silenced in 1966-- but that's just the beginning of the story.

Heated Races Draw High Voter Turnout

Frustration with Albany and polarizing party politics drove voters to the polls in New York City Tuesday, drawing higher voter turnout than anticipated during what is typically a lackluster midterm election.

Young Voters: Indifferent and Disillusioned

Disillusioned with the Obama administration, young voters are anything but excited over the midterm election.

This Time It’s Different: Election Day Avoids A Repeat of Primary Polling Pitfalls

Circles were filled in. Sheets were scanned. Votes were cast. After a disastrous primary, the city's midterm elections go off without a hitch. (Aside from that minuscule type.)

The End of a Long Journey for a Historic Voice

06 December 2010

The first voice to ever sing over a wireless radio broadcast was silenced in 1966-- but that's just the beginning of the story.

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Heated Races Draw High Voter Turnout

06 November 2010

Frustration with Albany and polarizing party politics drove voters to the polls in New York City Tuesday, drawing higher voter turnout than anticipated during what is typically a lackluster midterm election.

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Posted in Boroughs, Brooklyn, Featured, Manhattan, Video0 Comments

Struggle to Save Tennis Stadium Goes Into Overtime

06 November 2010

The gray historic Forest Hills Tennis Stadium hasn’t been used for years and feels more like a graveyard than a sports venue these days.

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Young Voters: Indifferent and Disillusioned

06 November 2010

Disillusioned with the Obama administration, young voters are anything but excited over the midterm election.

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Posted in Elections, Featured, Queens, The Bronx0 Comments

This Time It’s Different: Election Day Avoids A Repeat of Primary Polling Pitfalls

05 November 2010

Circles were filled in. Sheets were scanned. Votes were cast. After a disastrous primary, the city's midterm elections go off without a hitch. (Aside from that minuscule type.)

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Posted in Brooklyn, Elections, Featured, Manhattan, Queens0 Comments

Chinatown Florist Wins Eviction Hearing

27 October 2010

Mei Rong Song fought the man. And she won.

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