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  1. the greatest depression
    Andrea Correale Is Not a ‘North Shore Gold Coast Snobby Bitch,’ Okay?Whatever that is.
  2. sex diaries
    The D.J. With a Day Job and a Flair for FantasyA lot of sex, both real and pretend, goes on in this week’s diary.
  3. made-off
    The Amazing Harry MarkopolosThe man who blew the whistle on Madoff speaks.
  4. the most important people in the world
    Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen Engaged, for RealAnyway, back to the Patriots…
  5. going up with dave hill
    Claustrophobic Chris March Defends Heidi Klum’s HonorThe ‘Project Runway’ contestant makes a quick escape from our elevator, but not from comedian Dave Hill.
  6. Newspaper Owner Jared Kushner Does Not Advocate Talking to Newspapers, Actually’Little good can come from being in the public eye,’ says the ‘Observer’ owner.
  7. imaginary conversations
    Imaginary Eavesdropping on George Bush and Barack ObamaAt 2 p.m., George and Laura Bush will historically greet Barack and Michelle Obama and welcome them into the White House. We imagine how that will go down, away from the microphones…
  8. early and often
    Which Presidents Should Obama Copy?Political observers are offering FDR, Ronald Reagan, and even George W. Bush as presidents to emulate.
  9. things you already know
    Expensive, Exclusive Ivy League Club Accused of SnobberyYou’ll never believe this.
  10. the greatest depression
    Hedge Funds Ban Fist-Pumping, Victory LapsFor the employees of a handful of successful hedge funds, enthusiasm has been driven underground.
  11. opportunities
    Honors Grad With Six-Pack Abs Seeks ‘6 x 3 Corner’Will run errands, cook, teach languages in exchange for “three lined-up cushion chairs.”
  12. gossipmonger
    Madonna’s Mind Control Over Alex Rodriguez Is Nearly CompleteAlso, Steve Meisel kinda tricked Kate Winslet. And LiLo says she’s bi, but not lez. In Manic Monday’s mountain o’gossip!
  13. early and awesome
    Joe Scarborough Drops the F-Bomb on AirMorning, Joe!
  14. photo op
    Staten Island’s Spring Awakening Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning, and so did Holtsville Hal on Long Island. But the only weather marmot residing in New York City — Staten Island Chuck — woke up, saw no shadow, and thus allows us to confidently predict spring will come early for our fair (if, granted, soon to be inundated) city. The good people at Gothamist provide the picture we’ve been looking for, and it reminds us — in case we’ve forgotten — that Brooklyn Chuck will never miss a chance for a photo op. Early Spring, Says Staten Island Chuck [Gothamist]