Bloomberg was in full bunker mode Thursday as the fallout from the Goldsmith Saga widened, abruptly canceling his Friday morning radio show.
The Goldsmith Saga is vintage Bloomberg, Michael Barbaro says, with its demonstration of unwavering loyalty to aides and a deep distaste for exposing private lives to public scrutiny.
The reason Bloomberg was unavailable to reporters yesterday was because “we wanted to give him some time to catch up and work on the other parts of the job,” a spokesman said.
The Post knocks “City Hall’s bizarre fabrication of a reason for Goldsmith’s departure.”
David Weprin has a huge fundraising lead over Bob Turner.
The Turner camp accused Weprin of sending a “spy” to volunteer for his campaign.
Gay marriage politics in NY-9.
Panic is setting in among Democrats in the race, Politico reports.
Newsday backs Eric Schneiderman for not signing onto the nationwide settlement with the banks.
Being a Ed Koch hero isn’t the same as an Ed Koch endorsement.
More praise for Cuomo for the way he handled Irene.
The NYPD has blown a deadline to issue a report on school arrests.
Between 1,200 and 1,5000 trees were knocked down in the city due to Hurricane Irene.
The Boathouse restaurant and the New York Hotel Trades Council are locked in negotiations in a last-ditch attempt to resolve their conflict over unionization before the National Labor Relations Board intervenes.
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