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This Week in NYC

Edited by Andrew Lee and Carl Swanson

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Dan Rather apologizes: The anchor repents for speaking at a Texan Democratic fund-raiser. So when will he apologize for saying, "If a frog had side pockets, he'd carry a handgun"?

Puffy's name change: His post-trial makeover includes a new moniker: "P. Diddy." Apparently, I. P. Freely was already taken.

Carl McCall's designing woman: Using public funds, his wife, Joyce Brown, renovates a penthouse for $529,000 at FIT. Someday, she'll make a great First Lady.

The New York Times' new addition: The paper announces that it will begin running personals. Single Gray Lady desperately seeks ad revenue.

E-Trade cafe: The day-trading coffee shop opens in midtown. Now day traders can work in the java biz -- just like they did during the last recession.

The Sopranos question: In a campaign poll, Andrew Cuomo asks what impact the Mafia series is having on the image of Italian-Americans. Next, he'll poll Michael Corleone on what it's like taking over for your father.


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