Hi, all. It's Tuesday. Here's some Trail Mix.
It's primary day - but you wouldn't know it.
Upstate cities getting "smart" about urban development.
And: Tiger, Wi-Fi and roll-your-own cigarettes - oh my!
Go out and vote. You'll be among a select few (Karen DeWitt, New York State Public Radio).
Turnout could be in the single digits. In New York City, Congressional campaigns are desperately trying to get out the vote (Thomas Kaplan and Kate Taylor, New York Times).
Polls are open until 9 p.m. The Associated Press has the details on new district lines and key races to watch.
State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says New York is wasting your taxpayer dollars on late payments (Associated Press).
Some NYC subway stations are getting free Wi-Fi (Brian Chen, New York Times).
Tiger Woods is headlining a Central New York golf tournament in August (Chris Wagner, Post-Standard).
The companies behind roll-your-own cigarettes dodged a state tax bill. How? With the help of a well-heeled lobbyist (Associated Press).
It is my last day on the Innovation Trail. I start at WHYY in Philadelphia on Monday. It's been an amazing two years covering the Rochester area economy. I will miss you all. Stay in touch, OK?