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8:59 AM EDT on August 15, 2012

    • Q Poll: Quinn Leads Among Democratic Mayoral Contenders (Post)
    • Bay Ridge Curb Hogs Go Berserk Over Plan to Keep School Kids Out of Traffic (Bklyn Paper)
    • DOT to Narrow Lane Widths on Deadly Stretch of Broadway in Riverdale (R'dale Press)
    • In Washington Heights, Off-Duty NYPD Detective Arrested for DWI, Assault, Resisting Arrest, Etc. (DNA)
    • Motorcyclist Dies After Crashing Into Tree in South Bronx (DNA)
    • Life Returns to the Bronx River, and Its Waterfront (NY1)
    • The Times Has a Thorough Explanation of Changes to City Street Signage
    • Prediction: Raising an Arm Will Turn Out to Be the Most Efficient Way to Summon a NYC Taxi (Capital)
    • Does Curtis Sliwa Realize Kids Can't Barricade Streets to Play Stickball? (NY1)
    • At Last: Cy Vance and Chris Quinn Team Up to Announce Action Against -- Um, Wait ... (Capital, NYT)

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