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  • A bunch of "peacekeepers" were captured on video breaking up a fight on the A train during rush hour yesterday.
  • Donald Trump Jr.'s new book includes a whole riff about how his family has been victimized by Trump's presidency, comparing their sacrifice to that of dead American soldiers buried at Arlington National Cemetery: "Frankly, it was a big sacrifice, costing us millions and millions of dollars annually... Of course, we didn't get any credit whatsoever from the mainstream media, which now does not surprise me at all."
  • A new cover for his book has turned up in Brooklyn.
  • Ivanka Trump doesn't think the identity of the whistleblower is important, but she did have the gall to say "the Bidens had 'created wealth as a derivative' of public service while her family had made its money in business before her father became president."
  • The Knicks are arguably the worst team in the NBA this season, and The Ringer has some suggestions on how to get some small joy out of watching them.
  • Jezebel found that the bosses at Vice and The Fader ignored the sexual misconduct of manager Eric Sundermann until women on Twitter exposed it: "According to 11 of Sundermann’s former co-workers, who spoke to Jezebel under condition of anonymity, Sundermann repeatedly groped women coworkers and aspiring music writers at bars and parties, often forcing himself into cabs with women too drunk to protest."
  • Would you live in a 3D print-out home?
  • At least 26 people were arrested at Dead & Company's NY shows for nitrous, LSD, shrooms and more.
  • Any day with a newly-unearthed Prince gem from the '80s is a good day.
  • The Dutch have a cure for stress, and it's called "uitwaaien."
  • The NY Times gave the Anonymous book the critical, dismissive review it deserves: "'A Warning,' Anonymous says, is intended for a “broad audience,” though to judge by the parade of bland, methodical arguments...the ideal reader would seem to be an undecided voter who has lived in a cave for the past three years, and is irresistibly moved by quotations from Teddy Roosevelt and solemn invocations of Cicero."
  • And finally, this weekend is a perfect time for a visit to the spa: