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Morning Brief: August 28

by Jeff Coltin
Ronald Reagan

Bill Fitz-Patrick, flickr

President Obama wore a tan suit at yesterday’s White House press conference. Seeing Obama in anything other than a dark suit really threw off a lot of political wonks. Luckily, website Fusion posted a history of presidential tan suits. Maybe Obama was just trying to get in his light colors before Labor Day?

Morning Brief: August 28

by Jeff Coltin
Queens College

Queens College, Edwin Land, flickr

Today’s the first day back to school from summer break for hundreds of thousands of CUNY students.  The City University of New York system includes 24 schools and is the third biggest higher-ed system in the nation after SUNY and the UC system.  Maybe the next Jonas Salk or Jerry Seinfeld is starting today—all CUNY grads.

Morning Brief: August 26

by Jeff Coltin
Film sign

William Ward, flickr

Primetime TV’s biggest awards show was last night, with New York-based shows taking home some big honors.  HBO’s A Normal Heart filmed in New York and won “Outstanding Television Movie.”  Julianna Margulies won “Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series” for her work in NYC-based The Good Wife.  And NYC-based Louie C.K. won “Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series” for Louie

Morning Brief: August 6

by Jeff Coltin
Mt. Sinai Medical Center

Mt. Sinai Medical Center, HomieG34, wikimedia

News that a man was hospitalized in New York City’s Mt. Sinai Hospital with ebola-like symptoms played very differently in the city’s various newspapers.

Morning Brief: August 6

by Jeff Coltin
Mt. Sinai Medical Center

Mt. Sinai Medical Center, HomieG34, wikimedia

News that a man was hospitalized in New York City’s Mt. Sinai Hospital with ebola-like symptoms played very differently in the city’s various newspapers.

Morning Brief: August 5

by Jeff Coltin
Vision Zero Press Conference

Catherine Yang, Epoch Times

New York’s pedestrian safety initiatives are becoming more visible.  Fourteen more major streets’ speed limits are being dropped from 30 to 25 mph over the next few months.  Jerome Ave in the Bronx just dropped down to 25 yesterday, and WFUV was there to cover it.

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