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- An iceberg collapse at Titanic Museum Attraction in Tennessee injured three guests.
- George Forss, who has died at the age of 80, "was peddling his black-and-white photos of New York City’s majesty for $5 each in the 1980s — until a famous photographer came upon them..."
- eBay execs terrorized a Massachusetts couple, who have recounted the strange and disturbing events.
- Chipmunks in Lake Tahoe have tested positive for plague, but apparently that's "normal," according to several of my coworkers.
- Long overdue correction: "The customer is often wrong."
- Meanwhile, a lot of deer had or have COVID-19.
- Request for more establishments to randomly play the Twin Peaks theme song at least once a day.
- Please enjoy this power move from Senator Chuck Schumer.
- I regret to inform you there was simply too much news today, and we were not able to do any investigative reporting to find out what happened to last night's Yankee Stadium cat. Perhaps there will be a day two story.:
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