Personality

Interviews & Profiles

David Imamura gives us the redistricting tea

No it’s not a failure that the Independent Redistricting Commission is divided along partisan lines or if the Legislature throws out the maps, he thanks you very much.

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Why is Gov. Kathy Hochul calling Cynthia Nixon?

The new governor is systematically paying attention to people her predecessor often ignored – or ran against.

Personality

OK hear us out: New York Gubernatorial Squid Game

Maybe it’s time to shake up the Democratic process (minus the violence)?

Interviews & Profiles

Wait a second, is Curtis Sliwa making sense?

As a Never Trumper running against a former cop, the Republican candidate for New York City mayor isn’t finding many allies.

Interviews & Profiles

Rossana Rosado on serving the immigrant community

The secretary of state describes the responsibility of being one of the most powerful Latinas in New York.

Interviews & Profiles

Carmelyn Malalis resurrected the NYC Commission on Human Rights

After almost seven years with the commission, Malalis is stepping down and reflecting on her legacy.

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Brooklyn Kindergarten Society welcomes students back to school

Melisha Jackman, the nonprofit’s executive director, discusses the first week of school and how they weathered the pandemic.

Interviews & Profiles

Andrew Giuliani is banking on name recognition in a long shot run for governor

The former mayor’s son may have worked for Trump, but that might not be enough for GOP voters.