Cuomo tries to extend impeachment process



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[New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo will resign after sexual harassment investigation.]

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo is trying to buy time as the State Assembly sets the stage for the impeachment process and calls for his resignation, report my colleagues Luis Ferré-Sadurní, J. David Goodman and Jeffery C. Mays.

Provocative but increasingly lonely, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo remained keen to tackle findings that he sexually harassed 11 women as Assembly members met on Monday to prepare for impeachment, three say. people who know the subject.

Mr Cuomo was at risk of becoming the second governor to be arraigned in state history after a report by New York State Attorney General Letitia James found he had touched or harassed verbally women.

[Read more about how impeachment proceedings for Mr. Cuomo are going forward.]

The swift and fluid political crisis left the governor locked in the executive mansion as the fallout from the attorney general’s report increased.

The main approach Mr. Cuomo has considered in recent days has been to question whether the charges are a basis for impeachment and to prolong the process for as long as possible, said one of the people familiar with the discussions.

The governor sought advice from his brother, CNN presenter Chris Cuomo, and longtime advisers including his pollster Jefrey Pollock, the people said. But Mr. Cuomo has become more and more isolated by the day, with few advocates except his lawyers speaking on his behalf.

Impeachment appears increasingly inevitable: Assembly Speaker Carl E. Heastie believes he has the support of most, if not all, of the Democratic majority to impeach Mr. Cuomo, according to a person familiar with his thought.

Articles of impeachment may not be considered until early September – after lawmakers have considered the evidence, held hearings and deliberately considered whether to impeach Mr. Cuomo.

Most of the people in his orbit are already convinced that there is little he can do to change the political opposition against him in Albany.

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Matt Stevens of The Times writes:

“West Side Story,” an ambitious and reinvented cover of the classic musical, will not reopen when Broadway returns this fall, the show announced on Monday, making it one of the biggest productions to fall victim to the pandemic. .

The show’s lead producer Scott Rudin announced in April that he was stepping down from active roles in his Broadway productions after being criticized for a long history of employee bullying. But Rudin said at the time that while decisions about the future of “West Side Story” and its other shows would be left to others, he hoped they would return to Broadway when theaters were allowed to reopen. .

The revival of “West Side Story” – set up by a creative team with avant-garde references, including director Ivo van Hove and choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker – opened in February 2020, less than a month before that the coronavirus epidemic does not shut down Broadway. and put an end to performances across the country.

“This difficult and painful decision comes after we have explored all possible avenues to a successful race, and unfortunately for various reasons reopening is not a practical proposition,” said Kate Horton, a producer of the show. , in a press release. “We thank all the brilliant and creative artists who brought ‘West Side Storyto life at the Broadway Theater even for such a brief time, especially the extraordinary company of actors, 33 of whom made their Broadway debut in this production.

Several other shows produced by Rudin plan to return to Broadway. Aaron Sorkin’s theatrical adaptation of “Kill a mockingbird”Plans to resume performances on October 5 with Jeff Daniels back in the cast; the production announced that the show would now be overseen by Orin Wolf, who would receive the title of executive producer.

It’s Tuesday – make a scene.

Dear Diary:

My sister wanted me to know that she loved me, but also, when was I going to move out? A week of finding an apartment had turned into two weeks, then three.

It wasn’t supposed to be that hard. I was not picky. I had already given up on my crazy dream of a bedroom window. Dozens of tours through Brooklyn and Queens got me nowhere.

On my fourth week of failure, I sat in front of Wah Fung No. 1 Fast Food and buried my tears in a $ 4 can of barbecue pork.

What did this town have against me? I wanted to give up.

A man on a nearby bench watched and, uninvited, offered me a cigarette. I guess I looked like I needed it.

Sometimes I still regret not having smoked that cigarette. But the gesture itself was such an honor: New York had given me a minute.

– Robert Yang

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