WALL STREET JOURNAL RADIO AD/UNION SONG & DANCE

NOW, NEWS FROM GREATER NEW YORK . . . FROM THIS MORNING’S WALL STREET JOURNAL.  

IT COULD IT BECOME ONE SINGULAR SENSATION: A UNION THAT REPRESENTS SEVERAL TYPES OF PERFORMING ARTISTS IS TRYING TO TAKE OVER JURISDICTION OF ALL BROADWAY DANCERS AND SINGERS FROM THE ACTORS’ UNION. GET THE LOWDOWN IN THE GREATER NEW YORK SECTION OF TODAY’S WALL STREET JOURNAL.

THEN, LEARN HOW PARENTS FRUSTRATED WITH OVERCROWDED CLASSROOMS ON THE UPPER WEST SIDE ARE TRYING TO TAKE MATTERS INTO THEIR OWN HANDS . . . WHY A FORMER STATEN ISLAND LAWMAKER IS REJECTING CALLS TO RUN AGAIN . . AND HOW THE EAST HAMPTION BUSINESS DISTRICT IS SPRUCING UP FOR THE VACATION SEASON.

READ ABOUT THE PROTEST BY CITY RESTAURANTS OVER A CONTROVERSIAL LETTER-GRADING SYSTEM . . . HOW AGENT DOUBLE-OH-SEVEN SEALED THE DEAL ON A TRIBECA PENTHOUSE…AND FORGET THOSE FANCY FRAGRANCES: MEET THE BROOKLYN MAN WHO’S ENJOYING A WHIFF OF SUCCESS CREATING PERFUMES WITH SCENTS LIKE ROAST BEEF AND DIRT.

LOOK FOR GREATER NEW YORK NEWS EVERY DAY IN YOUR WALL STREET JOURNAL. PICK UP THE JOURNAL AT A NEWSSTAND TODAY.

© 2010 Patrick J. O’Neill