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In a Win for State Movie Theaters, New York Opens Applications to Sell Booze During Films
New York's State Liquor Authority ruled on Wednesday that movie theaters can now apply for beer and wine licenses, allowing them to serve booze to customers for consumption in theater seats.
As Broadway Struggles, Governor Proposes Expanded Tax Credit
With Omicron complicating Broadway's return, Gov. Kathy Hochul proposed more assistance for commercial theater, which her budget director called "critical for the economy."
Hochul nabs biggest haul of 2022 gubernatorial field
Gov. Kathy Hochul has raised nearly $22 million for her election campaign, a huge sum that gives her a dominating advantage over a narrowing field of opponents in the Democratic primary.
Ex-NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio won't run for governor
Former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday he will not run for governor, but will instead devote himself to fighting inequality in New York.
An Emboldened Cuomo Takes Swings at Accusers and Investigators
"He can't move on," Andrew Cuomo's lawyer said, attacking the credibility of some of the women who accused the former governor of sexual harassment.
Bichotte, Barrons in proxy battle for East New York Assembly seat * Brooklyn Paper
The dynastic Barrons could see their East New York political dominion snatched away if a special election scheduled for next month goes the way of Brooklyn Democratic Party bosses.
Judge dismisses criminal groping case against Andrew Cuomo
ALBANY, N.Y. - A judge has dismissed the only criminal charge filed against former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in connection with the sexual harassment allegations that drove him from office.
New York Governor Vows to Make Takeout Cocktails Permanent
New York's takeout cocktail program, seemingly beloved by all but the state's liquor store lobbyists, may soon make a comeback at restaurants and bars.
Why the Attorney General Stalled a Move to Collect Cuomo's Book Profits
A state ethics panel said the former governor had to turn over an estimated $5.1 million in proceeds. Not so fast, the attorney general responded.