A conversation with MSNBC host and Salon columnist Steve Kornacki about the rise of Bill de Blasio.
Here's a clip tweeted out today by Bill de Blasio's campaign, showing his daughter Chiara telling a crowd of supporters that her dad isn't "some boring white guy who just didn't know what he was talking about" when it comes to caring about all New Yorkers.
Remember a couple of years ago, when Anthony Weiner held a press conference to talk about pie?
Anthony Weiner brushes off Christine Quinn. [Reid Pillifant]
Kirsten Gillibrand is bullish on the timing of DOMA repeal, and refers a question about Chuck Schumer to Chuck Schumer. [Reid Pillifant]
Now, one in three city residents lives in a designated flood zone. [Dana Rubinstein]
Two councilmen from Brooklyn take the unusual step of asking the city to ignore the recommendation of a local community board. [Dana Rubinstein]
Capital has published its first ebook. [Gillian Reagan]
Don't hate me because I'm impatient is not a new way for candidates to respond to criticism.
A conversation with Politico reporter Maggie Haberman about Anthony Weiner's good week.
A conversation with Washington Post reporter Jason Horowitz about the scattered, scarred alumni of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
A conversation with Albany Times Union political reporter Jimmy Vielkind about the governor's plan to clean up Albany.
Anthony Bourdain isn't really paying attention yet to the mayor's race ("Who's running—is it Quinn?"), but the recently announced allegations of "rampant" corruption in New York are, to him, a big deal.