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  1. Here Are Some Things New Yorkers Should Be More Afraid of Than EbolaYou are not going to get Ebola.
  2. NYC Knows You’re a Selfish AssholeA new ad campaign to encourage volunteering resorts to stroking your ego.
  3. Princess Fighting Eviction From $390 ApartmentYour “Only in New York!” of the day.
  4. Harsh Parking Critic Goes a Bit OverboardSpray-painting poorly parked vehicles.
  5. New York Tourist Boat Comes Across Sight That Customers Probably Can’t Un-SeeCops pulling a dead body out of the water.
  6. NYC Has More Tourists Than Ever, But They Aren’t Spending Enough MoneyAt least according to the city’s tourism chief.
  7. Charlie Rangel Talking With His Hands: A RetrospectiveThe 84-year-old is definitely a New Yorker.
  8. Easily Startled Woman Suing Over ‘Menacing’ Dexter Ad She says it made her trip and gave her nightmares.
  9. This Is New York City, According to 2016 DNC AdMayor de Blasio’s plan to host the convention gets a commercial.
  10. Can You Spot What’s Wrong With This Ice Cream Truck?At first glance everything looks fine, but …
  11. The Obamas’ Guide to NYC: Why the First Family Should Probably Move to BrooklynThe president is reportedly eyeing New York City after the White House. We’ve got some ideas.
  12. People Are Braving the East River to Touch a Broken PianoIt may be beautiful, but the Instagram is not worth it.
  13. NYC Parents Supposedly Hiring Professional Summer Camp Packers for $250 Per HourIf you have the money …
  14. Photos: Uncensored Moments in Central ParkCheck out these candids of New Yorkers hanging out in their collective backyard.
  15. A Night at the Urban Cowboy: Williamsburg’s B&BA taste of the Brooklyn-branded “Cowboy Life.”
  16. Meet Kalan Sherrard, NYC’s Most Avant-Garde Nihilist Subway PerformerI think it has to do with being really bored with the world,” he says.
  17. FBI Looking at Carriage-Ban Group for ExtortionTheir campaign against Christine Quinn may have amounted to extortion.
  18. Brooklyn Woman’s Mom Accidentally Steals CarA bizarre tale from down in Red Hook.
  19. People Still Eager to Move to Overcrowded, Ridiculously Expensive PlaceNew York City, of course.
  20. Only in New York
    The Coversation That Never Sleeps: New York’s Classic EatsPizza, pastrami, bagels, bialies.
  21. You’re Never Going to Live in a Rent-Stabilized ApartmentUnless you already do. 
  22. Manhattan Rent Tops Previous Month’s All-time HighWhich topped the record set the month before that. A trend!
  23. Upper West Side Man Has Very Unique Pair of HobbiesRobbing banks and eating lightbulbs.
  24. Manhattan Rents Are Higher Than Ever The average apartment is now $3,418. 
  25. Ninety-Seven-Year-Old Panhandler Is a Comedy Legend Living in a $3.5 Million Dollar ApartmentIrwin Corey? Ring a bell?
  26. A Man Helped a Woman Find Her PhoneThis is a story in a newspaper today.
  27. Brooklyn Gynecologist Leon Nitkin Dresses to ImpressFinally, a gynecologist who treats our lady-parts with respect.
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