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By Sok | October 25, 2012 1:47 pm

n the slightly more than 20 years that Chan Marshall has been performing as Cat Power, putting her ruminative, wandering, mostly bridgeless songs in front of various kinds of bands, there have been good and bad nights. Breaking news about the arts, coverage of live events, critical reviews, multimedia and more. Go to Arts Beat » A sortable calendar of noteworthy cultural events in the New ... MORE>>

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At City Hall, Not Seeing Moderation in All Things.

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By Ann Tyller | August 27, 2012 6:03 pm

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg would have done well to follow his own advice about food and apply it to policing: everything in moderation. The mayor has caught grief on both fronts. Many people don’t like his plan to bring huge servings of sugary drinks down to saner levels. Many also disapprove of the ever-growing numbers of New Yorkers who are stopped, questioned and often frisked ... MORE>>

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Voters Like Teachers’ Public Ratings and Restaurant Grading, Polls Find

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By Ann Tyller | August 27, 2012 6:01 pm

Poll results released today find New York City voters broadly supporting two of the city’s rather controversial public-grading measures: effectiveness ratings for teachers and sanitary ratings for restaurants. In the poll on teacher ratings, School Book reports, 58 percent of voters approved of the release of teacher data reports, even though a plurality of voters found them flawed. On restaurant ratings, ... MORE>>

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On ‘Today,’ Mayor Defends Soda Ban (and Donut Day)

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By Ann Tyller | August 27, 2012 5:58 pm

Forget Bloomberg vs. soda. On Friday morning, which Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg proclaimed NYC Donut Day, it was Bloomberg vs. Lauer. The “Today” show’s genial anchor, Matt Lauer, welcomed Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg onto the program on Friday with a sobering figure: 83 percent of voters in an online NBC poll concluded that the mayor’s proposed ban on large sodas would not help reduce obesity. Mr. ... MORE>>

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Slight Majority of New Yorkers Oppose Soda Ban.

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By Dan Bart | August 27, 2012 5:55 pm

A narrow majority of New York City voters oppose Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s plan to restrict sales of big sugary beverages in city restaurants, movie theaters and street carts, according to a poll released on Wednesday. Opponents of the plan edged out supporters, 51 percent to 46 percent; opposition was strongest among older voters, white voters and voters on Staten Island. The poll, ... MORE>>

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