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Mark Adams

April 9, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
The Most Important Meal

Some weeks just roll out like an endless breakfast buffet in the Big Scrapple.

April 2, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
Digits

As word leaked out that 50,000 Manhattanites were to be zoned out of the exclusive 10021 Zip Code on the Upper East Side, the city played by the numbers.

March 26, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
Rose-Colored Glasses

As temperatures soared into the surreal realm of the high sixties last week, some wishful thinking seemed in order.

March 12, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
Mean Streets

Was it any coincidence that three days after Martin Scorsese finally took home his Academy Award for Best Director, Wall Street’s Raging Bull suddenly stumbled? Probably, but then Scorsesesque plot twists abounded this week.

March 5, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
Good Times

It was a week of unbridled revelry with Obama, Cheney, Spitzer, and more.

February 26, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
Candyland

With the arrival (at last) of a light frosting of snow (that turned quickly into a Slushee), New York indulged its sweet tooth.

February 19, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
Love Story

As Valentine’s Day approached, an otherwise frigid week steamed with passion. Unlike her waffling-on-’08 sweetie, Judi Giuliani had no problem declaring—her affection for her snuggle bug, that is.

February 12, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
The Erector Set

The opening of several exhibitions seeking to rehab the legacy of the city’s master builder, Robert Moses, kicked off a parade of heavy construction equipment last week.

February 5, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
Not in Kansas

Senator Hillary Clinton’s disclosure that The Wizard of Oz was one of her three favorite movies set the week’s tone in the Emerald City.

January 22, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
Marvels

The revelation that mild-mannered Mayor Bloomberg, the Bruce Wayne of Gotham City, keeps a Batphone in his kitchen was a clear Batsignal that we’ve been overrun by superheroes.

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