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8:29 AM EDT on May 24, 2010

    • New York Electoral System as Rigged for Incumbents as You Can Get (News)
    • Andrew Cuomo Launches Campaign for Gov From the Middle of a Bike Path (NYT, Daily Politics)
    • Bike Lanes on First and Second Ave Will Transform Cycling in East Harlem (City Room)
    • Notorious Delancey and Essex Crossing Turns Into Another Bad Pun for Post Headline Writers
    • One Dead After Drunk Driving Hit-and-Run in Washington Heights (City Room, News)
    • City Chooses Temporary Design for Times Square Plazas (Transpo Nation, Post)
    • To Close Budget Gap, City Stops Yellow Bus Service for 5,000 Students (Post)
    • Parking Roulette in LIC: Drivers Leave Cars on Sidewalk, Pray Not to Get Tickets (Queens Chron)
    • Music Industry Lawsuit Could Leave Streetsblog Funder Mark Gorton With Fewer Funds (NYT)
    • NYC's Summer Public Art Blockbuster: Street Pianos (Voice)

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