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Funding the City

by Miriam Axel-Lute January 29, 2015

  At a regional forum on inequality earlier this month, Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan made some remarks that jumpstarted some regional discussion about regional equity, commuter taxes, and the like. As reported by Jimmy Vielkind at ...

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The $250,000 Question

by Leslie Savan November 28, 2012

  Copyright 2012 The Nation, distributed by Agence Global For the last four years, President Obama has been pushing his plan to raise tax rates on people’s income over $250,000, but a new poll indicates that most ...

The Year in Review

by The Staff January 5, 2012


  Gone but not forgotten Osama bin Laden, Col. Muammar el-Quaddafi, Kim Jong-il, Steve Jobs, Vaclav Havel, Elizabeth Taylor, David S. Broder, Andy Rooney, Betty Ford, John Barry, Sidney Lumet, Joe Frazier, Gil Scott-Heron, Christopher Hitchens, Bil ...

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Lap Dancing with the Courts

by Paul Rapp June 15, 2011

A decision out of an Albany state court last week turned some art-world heads—it had to do with the Nite Moves “gentleman’s club” on Route 9. The court rejected the club’s owner’s claim for a ...

Ditch the Mansion Subsidy

by Miriam Axel-Lute April 27, 2011

A couple weeks ago I was in Washington, D.C., for work. My day job is as the editor of Shelterforce magazine, a national nonprofit magazine for people working in the fields of affordable housing, neighborhood ...