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- Andre Dickens, who came in a distant second place in Atlanta's inconclusive mayoral election last month, came from behind in yesterday's run-off to ultimately win the job.
- New Mexico police appear to be making some progress in tracking down how, exactly, a live round made it into Alec Baldwin's prop gun on the Rust set.
- The New Yorker released a 30-minute documentary about Andrew Yang's mayoral run, which includes an awkward/terrifying scene on Yang's presidential campaign bus in January 2020 in which he and his aides chat about whether "this coronavirus thing" is bad news.
- One of the accusers in the Ghislaine Maxwell trial testified in court yesterday that in addition to being alleged sexual abusers, Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein loved bragging about their famous friends and would put Bill Clinton and Donald Trump on speakerphone if they called the private jet.
- It's understandable that MFA degrees don't promise solid returns on the investment, but the Wall Street Journal reports that even veterinary and dental school grads don't end up making enough money to get out from under their student debt.
- Big shout out to Costa Rica for investing in sloth-friendly urban infrastructure, meaning, road crossings and power lines that sloths can safely traverse and hang on to.
- Wanna see the inside of a SoHo apartment that costs $16,500 a month in rent? Here's what soon-to-be-former-Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard's place looks like.
- Happy Online Returns Wednesday, to those who observe.
- And finally, a lizard surveying the battlefield:
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