After a brief hiatus in celebration of America, our writers are back to business.
We’ve got a jam-packed issue out tomorrow. The owner of The Snowman in Troy sued the city and a nearby property owner–who has a lot to say in his defense. David Howard King reviewed the latest and greatest in metal album releases from Low Flying Hawks and King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard and we check out delicious South Indian eats at Spicy Mint. There’s more in print so be sure to pick up a copy!
Katie Cusack, @katiecusackk
An update on the polluted water in Lake George.
The airline received a $28,000 fine for discrimination in the workplace.
Mosul falls: What is next for ISIS?— The New Yorker
It’s too soon to celebrate the organization’s demise, some experts argue that it is more dangerous than ever.
The deep industry ties of Trump’s deregulation teams — The New York Times
A closer look at the corporate agencies and appointed leaders behind major federal deregulations.
Luke Stoddard Nathan, @lukestdnathan
Troy to review theater marquee proposal—Times Union
Perhaps the most significant change since the project was first announced is that the Monument Square site will have 11 screens, rather than 10.
The Long Island Railroad is expected to face serious challenges this summer, but the first day of this predicted turbulence seems to have gone smoothly.
Albany cold storage building contract falls through—Albany Business Review
The building remains owned by Sunmark Federal Credit Union.
Former U.S. Attorney Richard Hartunian Joins Manatt in New York City—Manatt (Press Release)
The former U.S. Attorney of the Northern District of New York will serve “as a partner in the corporate investigations and white collar defense practice.”