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Elliot Sander defends the much maligned MTA in the New York Times, just a few weeks after stepping down as the agency's chief executive.

The Daily News likes Governor Paterson's ethics reform proposals, aimed at repairing Albany's "corrupt" and "dysfunctional" politics and ending a culture of "pay to play."  The editorial takes direct aim at Sheldon Silver:

Since Paterson and the Senate appear to be on the same page, the question marks are the Assembly and Speaker Sheldon Silver, a tort lawyer who adamantly refuses to disclose who his clients are or how much money he makes from them. Facing
a snowballing issue, Silver has promised to hold hearings on Paterson's
ethics bill with the intention of taking action before the end of the
session this month. He must."

From Craigslist: Auditions will be held on the Lower East Side Saturday for "a brave, beautiful, strong character" to play a Japanese terrorist known as the "mistress of menace." The role is for a film tied to a "prestigious art exhibition" in New York.

Finally, New York Magazine "stands in awe" of David Sax who managed to rattle off the names of 30 Jewish delis in one minute:

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