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8:36 AM EDT on October 1, 2007

    • Bloomberg: Parisian Bike-Sharing Program Might Not Work in NYC (NYT)
    • Bloomberg: "Fascinating"; "We have to do the same thing." (Post, News)
    • Original Miss Moneypenny Dies; Congestion Charge-Hating One Still Kicking (BBC)
    • Rising Gas Prices Generating Civil Unrest Worldwide (NYT)
    • Frank Bruni: Sidewalk Dining in NYC Like Picnicking in the Holland Tunnel (NYT)
    • Impaired Driver Kills Pedestrian, Not Charged for Death (Post, News)
    • Impaired Driver Kills Passenger, Charged With Homicide (Post, AMNY)
    • Man Crushed by Van in Front of Wife and Kids (News)
    • Project for Public Spaces' Fred Kent: Impresario of the Village Green (NYT)
    • Can't Deal With Plastic Bags? How Will We Deal With Climate Change? (NYT)
    • Albany Legislators Who Want to Work in Secret Should Find a New Job (NYT)

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