Dante de Blasio
City officials said Monday that the mayor’s family will be spending eight days traveling together throughout the southwestern and western United States.
Among the graduates was one Dante de Blasio, whose picture flashed on the overhead screens of the arena as he listened to the keynote speaker, his father.
The mayor’s wife, Chirlane McCray, made the announcement about Dante de Blasio via Twitter on Wednesday.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio will be hosting a Super Bowl party at Gracie Mansion.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s son, Dante, and daughter, Chiara, each were set to begin month-long unpaid internships with the City of New York this week.
Mayor Bill de Blasio was on the defensive Friday evening, after allowing the Rev. Al Sharpton to come to City Hall and lay down the law about how policing should be handled in the wake of the police custody death of Eric Garner.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, first lady Chirlane McCray, Chiara and Dante will be packing up to pay a visit to the towns the mayor’s grandparents lived. They’ll aso be visiting Rome, Naples, Capri and Venice.
Hundreds of thousands of spectators gathered for the 32nd annual event in Coney Island Saturday.
Dante de Blasio has been named King Neptune while his sister, Chiara, will serve as Queen Mermaid. The 32nd Annual Mermaid Parade will take place June 21 along Surf Avenue.
In a statement by Bill, Chirlane, Chiara and Dante de Blasio on their website, the family called it “a tough decision.”
Dante de Blasio has been named one of Time magazine’s 16 most influential teenagers of 2013. The campaign ad featuring the teen and his trademark Afro certainly helped dad, Bill, get elected mayor. But, it doesn’t stop there.
Dante’s Afro seemed to take on a life of its own during the mayoral race after the Brooklyn Tech junior appeared in a campaign ad for his father.
Democratic mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio was on the defensive Tuesday, explaining his support for the socialist government of Nicaragua and a honeymoon in Cuba that was so secret, he never told his kids.
After vowing to stay out of the mayoral race, Gov. Andrew Cuomo rushed to the defense of Democratic candidate Bill de Blasio Sunday.
The latest Quinnipiac University poll of likely Democratic voters shows de Blasio at 43 percent.