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P. Diddy Gets In On Election Fun

P. Diddy Gets In On Election Fun

In the biggest youth election news since Rock the Vote, P. Diddy is getting into the voter-enfranchisement business by starting a non-profit to get young people to vote. Called Citizen Change, Diddy wants to emphasize that voting...

All Too Familiar Result for Glavine

All Too Familiar Result for Glavine

In what has become the norm, Tom Glavine pitched a gem last night against Cincinati only to lose the game. Glavine allowed 2 runs and 7 hits over 6 innings. His major league leading ERA "jumped" to...

Clemens and Piazza to Meet at Midsummer Classic?

Clemens and Piazza to Meet at Midsummer Classic?

Major League Baseball released the first update on the voting for the 2004 All-Star Game. The top vote getter thus far is Alfonso Soriano, the former Yankee and current Ranger. Mike Piazza leads the National League in...

South Africa wins 2010 World Cup

South Africa wins 2010 World Cup

The executive committee of FIFA announced this weekend that South Africa has been rewarded with the honor of hosting the 2010 World Cup, setting off celebrations all around the country. This is a bit of retribution for...

Politics for the Un-Political

Politics for the Un-Political

How do I answer the constantly asked question: Who am I voting for and why? I am so sick and tired of this question but every month or so someone finds the need to corner me with...

One Snowflake, One Vote

One Snowflake, One Vote

The upcoming presidential election between John Kerry and George Bush is expected to be close. Gothamist wonders if the election is going to be so tight, might the weather affect the outcome? Two geographers at Indiana State...

City Says

City Says "Doth Protesteth Too Much!"

On the heels of Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly's announcement about stepped up security measures during the Republican National Convention this August (think security sweeps on trains coming into Penn Station and the NYPD monitoring protest websites for...

Tribeca Film Festival

Tribeca Film Festival

This Saturday will mark the start of the third annual Tribeca Film Festival. There's a democratic mix of high (Hector Barbenco's Carandiru) and crowdpleasing low (New York Minute with the Olsen Twins) brow (as well as the...

Oh, Urban Outfitters and Details

Oh, Urban Outfitters and Details

Urban Outfitters, your cheekiness would be clever if it weren't so stupid. But the "Everybody Loves..." line of shirts, including "Asian Girl," Jewish Girl," "Latin Girl," "Catholic Girl," and "Italian Girl," just wants us to make one...

It Really Is An Honor

It Really Is An Honor

Thank you, readers: Your help has helped us get THREE Weblog Awards nominations! And considering the company we're thrilled to make the cut. We're nominated for Best Group Weblog, Best Non-Weblog Content of a Weblog Site...

When Harvey Weinstein Calls

When Harvey Weinstein Calls

Taking shilling to a new level (low is to be debated), Havery Weinstein and Jim Sheridan have phoned members of the Golden Globe voting Hollywood Foreign Press Association to tell them about their films. The Times says...

Election Day

Election Day

If you're registered to vote in the city, go out and vote. Here is voting information for NYC. NY1 has information about the different races and proposals and these are the Times' choices for Election Day, which...

Bloomberg Meets J.Lo

Bloomberg Meets J.Lo

Although Mayor Bloomberg and his administration might claim the formation of the New York City Latin Media & Entertainment Commission is to attract Latin media & entertainment opportunities to NY, Gothamist knows better: - Mayor Bloomberg...

Lesbians Against Bush

Lesbians Against Bush

The ever-astute gay and lesbian voting population has decided against bombing Iraq. According to the gay newspaper Washington Blade, 56% of gays oppose war, compared to 35% of str8 people. Instead these gays would prefer to have...

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