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9:14 AM EST on February 11, 2010

    • Bloomberg Expected to Announce Permanent Opening of Broadway Today (News)
    • Manhattan Institute's Gelinas, McMahon: No Heroes in MTA Crisis That Threatens Entire State (Post)
    • While Monserrate Considered Monserrate the Victim, Fellow Senators, Too, Saw Themselves (NYT)
    • Words Fail: As Abuser Friend Is Booted, Kevin Parker and Co. Gang Up on Diane Savino (News)
    • Honest-to-Goodness Community Organizer Mulls Run Against Pedro Espada (BxNN)
    • How Much for the Ear of a New York Politician? Check It Out (NYT)
    • Downtown Brooklyn in Midst of Population Surge (Post)
    • Traffic-Fearing Brooklynites Want City, Markowitz to Leave Asser Levy Park Alone (NYT)
    • More Susan Jhun: Space-Hogging Car Wash Endangers, Enrages East Harlem Neighbors (NY1)
    • "Stray Voltage" Shocks Five Herald Square Pedestrians (Post, NY1)
    • WNYC Looks Under Grand Central Terminal for Progress on LIRR Hub
    • China HSR Network So Good It's Hurting Country's Airlines (Infrastructurist)
    • Andres Duany Talks to Popular Mechanics About His Smart Growth Manual
    • Calling Exceptional Urbanists: 2010 Jane Jacobs Award Now Up for Grabs (BizWeek)

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