Do you know the one thing Mayor de Blasio hates more than a meritocratic system in which wealth accrues to those deserving souls willing to work hard and spurn the paternalistic handouts of a government hell-bent on sapping our innate entrepreneurial spirits so that it can drag us down to a state of indolence and dependency? [...]
@SarahMaslinNir @errollouis @deBlasioNYC is the city hall press corps really all white?
— Nick Malinowski (@nwmalinowski) March 11, 2014
I mean, probably not, right? Anyway, I hope everyone here is wearing sunscreen.
"Action star chides mayor for failing to visit carriage horse stables" is a news story that is happening to us here in the year two-thousand and fourteen.
"It is not clear why the mayor was in a rush, but he is often behind schedule."
"An article last Thursday about Mayor Bill de Blasio’s preference for New York designers referred incorrectly to the blue Corneliani suit that he bought at Rothmans in the spring of 2013 during his mayoral campaign. Mr. de Blasio wore it at his inauguration, but not on primary and election nights."
Bill de Blasio, who is very tall, opened his new home at 88th Street and East End Avenue to the public this Sunday, shaking hands and taking pictures with the citizens of the city of which he is the newly-inaugurated mayor.
Four thousand tickets were released for the open house; scalpers immediately took to Craigslist to hawk their holdings. Despite the cold, rain, and ice, New Yorkers were lined up to see their new mayor as early as ten a.m. (The doors wouldn't open until noon.) Volunteers passed out handwarmers called "Little Hotties."
Susan Krakenberg, formerly of Brooklyn Heights and currently of Midtown East, is happy to have de [...]