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- Go inside the sad final days of de Blasio's sad presidential campaign.
- A new production of The Who's Tommy will open on Broadway in 2021.
- CNN hired former Rep. Sean Duffy, who used his first two appearances on the network to push a conspiracy theory that has already been widely debunked.
- What's going on with Bryan Goldberg's Gawker 2.0 zombie relaunch? Esquire wades through the rumors to find out.
- Check out ESPN's preview of the upcoming NBA season.
- Here is a galaxy brain take on why getting ratioed on Twitter is actually good.
- Be honest: have you been tipping your Uber driver?
- A law signed today by Gov. Cuomo will allow nursing mothers to defer serving on a jury of their peers for two years if they bring a note from a doctor to court.
- Sil Lai Abrams writes about how her story detailing rape allegations against Russell Simmons and A.J. Calloway was killed by NBC News, similar to Ronan Farrow’s Weinstein exposé.
- [Seinfeld voice] What's the deal with milk in bags?
- The Times writes that deed theft—or stealing the title to a house—has become a worrisome crime in Brooklyn, targeting rapidly gentrifying communities of color.
- Rolling Stone counts down the 100 best debut albums of all time.
- One man has made it his life's mission to make a street legal IndyCar.
- And finally, happy birthday handsome boy:
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