'I hope she does something really, really, really big'
Bio: Dana Rubinstein is a reporter for Capital. She has written for Bloomberg Businessweek, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the New York Observer, and the Brooklyn Paper.
Just days after the city's transportation department rejected a request to reduce speed limits in part of Washington Heights, a person got hit by a car and killed there.
Andrew Cuomo announced yesterday that the state had begun construction on a new Tappan Zee Bridge, representing, in the words of the governor, "the largest infrastructure project New York State has undertaken in decades."
Mayor Michael Bloomberg rails against no industry with greater regularity than the taxi business, and today was no exception.
Today, deputy mayor Bob Steel unveiled the city's proposal for new public space in Midtown East.
An association of New York-based city planners who believe that the old Penn Station needs to go away have produced a manifesto of sorts.
"For the first time, midtown and lower Manhattan won't be relying on a single source for water," said Mayor Bloomberg.
Reacting to news of a pending deal on the federal debt limit, Mayor Michael Bloomberg says Congress needs an overhaul.
Joe Lhota has a plan for managing Governor Andrew Cuomo's ego if he's elected mayor.
What do you get when you take an environmentalist, an evangelical reverend, a Lubavitcher rabbi, a Manhattan bankruptcy lawyer, a retired neurologist, the erstwhile mayor of Rochester, and a think tank?