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    • Bill Clinton + Times Square + "Hookers" = Media Gold
    • Accolades to NY1 for Hard-Hitting React Quotes From AAA and Comically Non-Committal Passersby
    • Queens-Based Worksman Cycles Eliminated From Contention as City Bike-Share Supplier (NY1)
    • This May Be a Record: Two Rational, Reality-Based Cycling Stories in One Day (WNYC, BBC)
    • Right on Time: Post Crank Shoehorns Anti-Bike Swipe Into Silly Rant Over Celebrity Scooters
    • MTA Assents to Relocating Greenpoint Access-A-Ride Parking Lot for Waterfront Park (News)
    • Dan Garodnick Joins Businesses, Residents in Complaint Over East Side Bus Congestion (NY1)
    • Newburgh Mother Drives Minivan Into Hudson, Killing Herself and Three Children (NYT, News, Post)
    • Oil Delivery Driver Crushed to Death by His Own Truck in the Bronx (News)
    • Cuomo Dedicated to Getting Unsafe (Commercial Bus) Drivers Off the Roads (News)

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