"David Hoffman" is one of America’s veteran documentary film/documentary filmmakers. During his 50-year career, Hoffman has made five feature-length documentaries including King, Murray, an experimental feature film about a Long Island salesman who goes to Las Vegas on a junket to gamble with other high rollers. King, Murray was the winner of the Critics Award at The Cannes Film Festival. Other feature films include: Earl Scruggs: His Family and Friends, starring Earl Scruggs/Scruggs with Bob Dylan, Doc Watson, and The Byrds; Sing Sing Thanksgiving, a concert feature film at Sing Sing Prison in New York with B.B. King, Joan Baez and others; and It’s All Good, a film chronicling the lives of two aggressive inline skating teams in New York City and Los Angeles.

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We've gone from 50 to 60 bicycle commuters Downtown in 2002 to several hundred in 2005. We've also gotten lots more requests for information on cycling in the city.

Follow the evidence wherever it leads.

We shouldn't be getting in the way (of the federal probe), but we shouldn't be narrow-minded about what it means to have an overlapping investigation.

I don't know where it (evidence) will lead, but I'm going to go there.

The mayor has asked only one thing of me -- to take all necessary steps to find wrong doing in city government and to expose it. If this requires big plans, I stand ready to put them in place.

It's one of those experiences that cuts across generations, across socio-economic lines. An upper-middle-class kid going to college can sit down with a cop and talk about Cocoa Puffs. There isn't one of us who hasn't tasted Cap'n Crunch or Trix or Lucky Charms or Froot Loops.

We certainly believe we meet the test (for having authority to sell at market rates), and we'll see where it goes from here.

I will investigate aggressively and creatively and will follow the evidence wherever it leads.