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This year, the Kentucky Derby coincides Cinco de Mayo, and the two very different celebrations will presumably give birth to one epic fiesta we're dubbing Cinco de Derby. (Kentucky de Mayo doesn't focus-group so well.)

We talked to Tanlines about their new album Mixed Emotions, losing their Greenpoint studio, and what it's like to be so existential in the pop world.

Even when failing a test—with a score of 55%—still meant passing, 44% of New York City high school students still managed to flunk the Global History Regents exam last year.

Seymour Hersh on being scooped by Wallace: "The Old Man had shown me his moves, and taken my candy away."

The five 9/11 suspects, including Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, will be tried in front of a military tribunal in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, which means that if found guilty, they could face the death penalty.

Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced today that the $45 million Queens Plaza Improvement Plaza has wrapped up. The result is a newly landscaped 1.5 acre park with 489 newly planted trees! Yes, in Queens Plaza!

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