Avenue q

An Avenue J subway sign in Midwood was found vandalized earlier today with the words "Avenue Jew." Hopefully this wasn't someone misguided attempt at Avenue Q humor.
Hundreds of joyous same-sex couples who have been waiting their whole lives for the legal right to marry their partners are getting hitched today, from dancing grannies to city hall employees puppets. Watch below.
"To have this finally happen for us—especially so soon after Will and Kate—is unbelievable to me," said Rod, one of the puppets from the musical "Avenue Q."
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