Governor Paterson has vowed to veto the ethics reform legislation passed by the Assembly and Senate yesterday. Speaker Sheldon Silver is not saying whether he’ll call for an override vote.
The Daily News rails against stipends for Council members serving as committee chairs. The editorial notes both Margaret Chin and Rosie Mendez are on the record opposing “lulus.”
The Charter School Association is regrouping, after this week’s disappointment in Albany.
New York State has decided not to publicly release its Race to the Top application.
Media exposure leads to big crowds at Ray’s Candy Store.
The Times features LES sculptor Justen Ladda, “Chilled by Choice,” one of many people who prefer to live without heat.
Spoon, at the Mercury Lounge tonight, is sold out. Black Book advises how you might be able to score a ticket anyway.
Eater wraps up the Early Word on Mikey’s Burger.
Time Out writes up the Tenement Museum’s new Rear Yard Exhibit.