Andrew Bujalski's film Funny Ha Ha celebrated its 10th anniversary last night at Anthology Film Archives, with the director and one of his biggest fans, Lena Dunham, in attendance.
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Last night, a little more than a week after officially announcing his official run for Congress, Assemblyman Hakeem Jeffries spoke to approximately 150 law students about New York’s “prison-industrial complex.”
Al Jazeera English hosted a screening of one of its programs at Santos Party House to attempt to drum up support for the struggling network
“Oh yeah, he’ll be reelected,” Koch said. “He’s a very lucky guy, because the Republicans are nuts.”
Mayor Michael Bloomberg indicated today that he was still optimistic the city and Governor Andrew Cuomo could find common ground in their determination to institute a teacher-evaluation system over the objections of the public teachers unions.
"We were not worried about the police officer on the corner and the interaction," said Scott Stringer. "That’s because that child’s gonna look like me.”
“Nobody has proven how valuable immigration is more than the Korean people,” Charlie Rangel said.
“Lower Manhattan doesn’t need another hotel," Stringer said.
"[F]rom a government point of view, even in elementary schools, people should take a look at what it means for revenue that may be generated from casinos," Walcott said. "What’s the impact?"
Jennifer Hudson appeared to sign her new memoir/self-help title I Got This at the Barnes & Noble on 5th Avenue