You’re wondering how we could be so irresponsible to take a vacation when we’re supposed to be keeping an eye (or, in our case, eyes) out for civic horseplay.
Despite slight tech glitches at Tuesday’s council meeting, we aren’t taking issue with any of it. In fact, we think the mayor, the council and the rest of the city have handled this Twilight Zone-esque crisis reassuringly well.
About the only ray of sunshine to come from the coronavirus scare is the death of the unsolicited office back-rub.
Rampant runoffs, candidate parties (with a varying degree of enthusiasm), Measure A teetering in the balance and plenty of social-media sniping in this week’s The Backroom.
What a week: Elections, closed sessions, city managers and more than a few disturbingly detailed attacks on the Post’s coverage.
For the three states that have already held caucuses or are actively caucusing this week—it’s nothing compared to what’s coming on Super Tuesday, March 3.
It was a weird week in the run-up to the March 3 election, with awkward race-baiting exchanges and an ugly—and somewhat clumsy—lesson for one incumbent seeking reelection: Do not cross labor.
Word inside the Beltway has it that Biden is offering Garcia a “large amount” of money, “for the love of God,” to switch his allegiance to Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
The city’s Ethics Commission was brought to life a year and a half ago, yet only held its second meeting this week. Also, our hearts are filled by a huge gift from Twitter.
The City Council never sleeps. The insomniacs stayed up until past midnight dealing about highly contentious subjects, from swimming pools to warring animal groups. The fun (almost) never ends.