Educated at the Sorbonne and the Yale School of Drama, Gersh Kuntzman is obviously not the person being described here. We're talking about tabloid legend Gersh Kuntzman, who has been with New York newspapers since 1989, including stints at the New York Daily News, the Post, the Brooklyn Paper and even a cup of coffee with the Times. He's also the writer and producer of "Murder at the Food Coop," which was a hit at the NYC Fringe Festival in 2016, and “SUV: The Musical” in 2007.
The state Department of Motor Vehicles will have to do a better job of instructing would-be drivers that they're not the only vehicles on the road, and that their fellow motorists aren't the only thing to watch out for, thanks to a long-stalled Senate bill that finally passed on Tuesday.
The United States Postal Service drives around in untrackable, plate-less vehicles — prompting more calls for increased oversight of the unaccountable federal agency.
Our ongoing investigation into recklessly driving cops continues — with more officers whose cars would be impounded under a Council bill to crack down on repeat offenders.
Why does the City Council defend the behavior of recidivist scofflaws? The question came up again at a hearing on Monday. Your Cycle of Rage columnist was there.
Activists around the country are laying red Solo cups along the edges of unprotected bike lanes, but here in New York, at least one is making his anger about dangerous streets far more graphic.
The New York City Transit president was a driving force behind the plan — and, in fact, pioneered a successful version of it when he ran the transit system in Toronto.