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- Nine German shepherds are looking for a loving owner or owners to look after them after they were mysteriously dumped at four towns and municipalities in New Jersey.
- Slate takes a look at some of the gaffes found in "Vows," the column in the NY Times that chronicles relationships. In one 2013 correction, it was clarified that the Daft Punk song "Get Lucky" was played (not "Get Funky").
- Speaking of the Times: read the story of survival for Xavier and Adriana Salomon, two teens who had to grow up fast after their only parent died from COVID.
- Legoland is now open and the Staten Island Advance hooks you up with a look inside the Goshen, NY attraction. The 150-acre theme park will include Brick Street, Bricktopia, Lego City, Lego Castle, Lego Ninjago World and Miniland.
- The remains of 215 children were found at a former residential school for indigenous children in Canada.
- Airplane enthusiasts are working up a variety of ways to make the flying experience better, including a double-decker plane. We hear it's taking off.
- And finally, someone should probably stop this, but maybe let it go for a couple more seconds:
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