Mark Adams

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    Walmart Won’t Sell Daily Show Alum’s God ‘Memoir’: ‘I’m Not Sure Why They’d Sell Keith Richards’s Memoir But Not God’s’“Although these stores seem to have no qualms about selling piles of God’s two previous works.”
  2. Smart GoopDepression-era health regimens return.
  3. Far, Far AwayAs Barack Obama flashed his six-pack on the beaches of Hawaii, others indulged their own escapist fantasies.
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    BuggedEverything that happened this week, in case you weren’t paying attention.
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    A Mildly Cheerful SeasonThis week in the news, in case you missed it.
  6. A Mildly Cheerful SeasonIt was estimated that two-thirds of office holiday parties have been canceled, but some New Yorkers still found reason to celebrate.
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    Thanks for NothingEverything that happened this week, in case you missed it.
  8. Thanks for NothingEven as a new Keith Haring balloon floated above the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, the city was feeling anything but lighter than air.
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    HeadhuntingAll the news you missed this week, if you weren’t paying attention.
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    Back to the GrindEverything that happened this week, in case you weren’t paying attention.
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    The End of the BeginningEverything that happened this week, in case you weren’t paying attention.
  12. The End of the BeginningAs President-elect Obama addressed the nation from the shores of Lake Michigan, New York erupted in celebration.
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    Almost There…Everything important that happened this week, in case you weren’t paying attention.
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    Falling AwayEverything that happened this week, in case you weren’t paying attention.
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    Plumbing the DepthsThe news you missed if weren’t paying attention this week.
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    Hold Your BreathEverything that happened this crazy week, in case you weren’t paying attention.
  17. Hold Your BreathIt was a week of waiting to see if things could get any worse. John McCain continued to lose ground against Democratic nominee Barack Obama, a.k […]
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    Closing TimeEverything important that happened this week, in case you weren’t paying attention.
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    Hogging the SpotlightEverything that happened over the last seven days, in case you weren’t paying attention.
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    Week of the PigEverything important that happened this week, in case you weren’t paying attention.
  21. Week of the PigNews of a minor metro baby boom seemed fitting for a week in which the entire city was talking about a pregnant teenager from Alaska.
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    One Moment in TimeEverything that happened this week, in case you weren’t paying attention.
  23. One Moment in TimeMayor Bloomberg gazed into his green crystal ball—where he saw wind-powered turbines atop skyscrapers and the Brooklyn Bridge.
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    Falling DollarsEverything that happened last week, in case you weren’t paying attention.
  25. Falling DollarsGas may have fallen to $4 a gallon in the city last week, but it didn’t seem like anyone else was getting their money’s worth.
  26. That’s … Funny?Jets fans could be forgiven some giddiness at elderly quarterback Brett Favre’s arrival as Gang Green’s latest savior—it was a slaphappy sort of […]
  27. Shaken UpAs Los Angeles was shaking from a 5.4 tremor, New Yorkers quaked as Governor ­Paterson delivered a nerve-racking budget speech.
  28. DigitsThe sound of numbers crunching could be heard all over the city last week. Mayor Bloomberg agreed to pick up Merrill Lynch’s 20 percent stake in […]
  29. On the LooseJesse Jackson’s accidental admission that he’d like to emasculate Barack Obama was hardly the week’s only awkward idle chatter.
  30. Coupled UpWord that A-Rod had been making late-night visits to ­Madonna’s home base hogged the spotlight from the week’s other odd couples.
  31. Wäiting PätientlyAs lovers of cheap Swedish furnishings camped out in Red Hook last week prior to the opening of a new Ikea, others were putting their houses in […]
  32. It BurnsAs the price of a pack of smokes in the city shot through the $10 barrier last week, even nonsmokers were fired up. Nicorette aficionado Barack […]
  33. Seize the DayIn a week in which another construction crane fell, everyone seemed to be living like it was their last day on Earth.
  34. The Coffee Junkie’s Guide to Caffeine AddictionWe’re hooked like never before. Is that bad?
  35. What the…?Anchor Sue Simmons talked her way into the headlines last week, but foul language could be heard all around.
  36. Warmed OverIn a week when temperatures broke 80 degrees, Hillary Clinton’s victory in Pennsylvania all but guaranteed a long, hot summer ahead.
  37. The End?In a week filled with lost causes, none was sadder than the fizzling of the congestion-pricing crusade.
  38. Hanging ToughAs Madonna pushed her relationship with the city close to the breaking point last week, claiming that New York “is not the exciting place it use […]
  39. InfidelsFor another week, almost all politics was both local and sleazy. New governor David Paterson preemptively revealed that both he and his wife, Mi […]
  40. ReverbThe scary mini terror bombing on Times Square was forgotten amid the detonation of Eliot Spitzer’s political career.
  41. Differences of OpinionWhile political watchers spent last week looking ahead to primaries in Ohio and Texas, the candidates engaged in a serious debate.
  42. Far From HeavenWhile some looked to the stars last week—awaiting a lunar eclipse or the arrival of J.Lo’s twins—the real action was taking place in the streets.
  43. Pulling ApartThe year’s first blanket of snow dropped two days before Valentine’s Day, but it soon washed away—and on the ground, heartbreak abounded.
  44. The Sweet ScienceWhen the smoke (and, along Broadway, confetti) cleared last week, the great Democratic heavyweight bout had ended in a draw.
  45. Getting Ready for ActionAs Giants fans scrambled to order last-minute Super Bowl subs, the city was already bracing itself for the February 5 Super-Duper Tuesday winner […]
  46. Back to the GrindAs the euphoria of last week’s victory parties faded, the city settled in to ride out its economic hangover.
  47. Totally Messed UpLast week’s news that marijuana-related arrests in the city were up tenfold in the past decade could help explain a rash of fuzzy thinking.
  48. Every Move You MakeThe Police announced last week that they’d wrap their reunion tour in the city this summer, just as a fortnight in which every little thing Hill […]
  49. Plumbing the DepthsThe candidates for president met on Long Island, near the capital of the global economic meltdown, for a Charlie Rose–style debate last week, bu […]
  50. European’s VacationThe news that hordes of European tourists were propping up New York City’s economy came as no surprise to those who caught a glimpse of the Germ […]
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