Monthly Archives: September 2004

Mayor Bloomberg Practically in Campaign Mode

By Maurice Pinzon Yesterday Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg was in Jamaica, Queens to announce that property tax rebate checks of $400 were in the mail. In a news conference, after receiving an overwhelmingly positive reception from a predominately African-American, Democratic … Continue reading

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When a Tabletop is Not Just a Tabletop

By Maurice Pinzon Kimberlee Hewitt is a photojournalist and an artist. Although not well known in the galleries of Manhattan that may change soon. The idea seems simple enough. Ms. Hewitt photographs restaurant tabletops while New Yorkers eat and drink … Continue reading

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City Officials Develop Emergency Alert System

By Maurice Pinzon Yesterday, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg announced the implementation of an emergency broadcast system, the CityĆ­s first. Perhaps with memories of the haphazard communications of City officials during the attack on the World Trade Center, or incidents such … Continue reading

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