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20070312heds_small.jpg • We've lost count of the "milestones" in the Second Avenue Subway saga, so forgive us for not sharing in the MTA's glee over the news that a construction contract signing is imminent. Key phrase: "The third groundbreaking ceremony will be the charm, MTA officials said." [amNY] • Despite eyewitnesses, a sketch, surveillance footage, and tons of tips, Queens cops have been unable to nab an ostensible human being who mugged a 101-year-old (and punched an 85-year-old in the face). [NYP] • Possibly related: So strapped for cash are NYPD recruits, reports the Daily News (whose new site design is lovely), that the Police Academy is offering them a $500 credit card. As opposed to, say, a $500 pay raise. [NYDN] • The Roxy, the cavernous disco–skating rink on 18th Street, shut its doors in style Saturday — with a gay bash that attracted 4,000 and lasted until Sunday noon. The building — suddenly a neighbor to Frank Gehry's NYC debut — will, naturally, be "redeveloped." [NYT] • And, Fred Thompson (Manhattan D.A. Arthur Branch on Law & Order) is mulling a presidential run. He spent more time in the Senate than Obama (1994 to 2003). [WNBC]

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