Personality

Personality

The New York political ‘Star Trek’ cameos we want to see

There’s no reason Stacey Abrams has to be the only political figure in the spotlight.

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New York is suing New Jersey. What else should we sue for?

It’s time to right some historical wrongs – like who really owns the bagel crown.

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Ana María Archila doesn’t want to be a symbolic LG

The longtime activist would be the first Hispanic person ever elected to statewide office, and she thinks the position of lieutenant governor can do more.

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Diana Reyna on her campaign for lieutenant governor as Tom Suozzi’s running mate

The former Brooklyn deputy offers Suozzi a not-so-secret weapon as she aims to become the first Latina ever elected to statewide office.

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State Senate candidate Iwen Chu on what Asian representation means for District 27

The South Brooklyn district is newly drawn with a plurality of Asian American voters. Chu says she’s got the perspective to represent them.

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How to create a model for sustainable arts and nonprofit leadership

Former Brooklyn Academy of Music President Karen Brooks Hopkins discussed her new book about the institution and its legacy.

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New York’s new power couples

Celebrating Valentine’s Day for the first time in new elected offices.

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The evolution of Carl Heastie

The Assembly speaker’s collaborative approach has prevented any progressive challengers from emerging.