• Issue of
  • Oct 4-10, 2012
  • Vol. 29, No. 21

News

  • Rethinking the Petition

    I am writing to clarify my earlier statements printed in “City-hood” [Sept. 20, City Weekly]. Since that time, I have reviewed the minutes of the respective meetings and the document that I signed.
  • Outcome Not a Forgone Conclusion

    Katharine Biele’s recent article “Where Are the Voters?” [Hits & Misses, Sept. 13, City Weekly] asserted that the public “just think the [November] outcome is a forgone conclusion, so why vote?”
  • Incompetent Me

    Mitt Romney’s 47 percent debacle (the surreptitiously filmed video of a Romney fundraiser in Florida) provoked conservative columnist Peggy Noonan to declare his campaign “incompetent.”
  • Correction: "City-hood" Quote Attribution

    Correction: The pull quote appearing above the article “City-hood” [Sept. 20, City Weekly] should have been attributed, as it was in the article, to Mark Crockett.
  • Big on Down-Sizing
  • Big on Down-Sizing

    Following New York City’s ban on sugary soft drinks larger than 16 ounces, planners announced they hope to address the city’s growing population of singles and two-person households

Restaurants & Bars

Music

  • Garbage
  • Garbage

    '90s modern-rock pioneers return
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  • Kimbra
  • Kimbra

    Pop diva is a master of looping
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Culture

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