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- The ex-CEO of Duane Reade is going to prison for three years.
- Between 2000 and 2010 New York City paid off $6 billion in lawsuit-related judgements and settlements for everything from people falling off a jungle gym to tripping in a parking lot.
- Jimmy Fallon will be hosting SNL...exactly as he predicted on SNL in 1998.
- Amy Winehouse's dad is giving back the money people sent in to help found the foundation he was unable to launch because of cyber squatters.
- This year's much debated San Gennaro festival will have more foodie cred than in years past.
- The new Upright Citizens Brigade East Village outpost is really going to open next month.
- Chuck Schumer's latest Sunday morning rant? He'd like to make it easier to disable a stolen cell phone (as opposed to just disabling the SIM card).
- So it looks like the U.S. just isn't even going to try to make a bid for the 2020 Olympics.
- All of Questlove's celebrity stories in one easy to use website [via Kottke].
- Cookie Monster's got a secret and Micky is all ears.
- Possibly the most meta pizza ever? Also, want.
- Some people don't have fingerprints (!) and that condition is called, for obvious reasons, immigration-delay disease.
- A cat nuzzling a deer. There, don't you feel better now?
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