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The term “Old Master” encompasses a lot more tacky artwork than you would have guessed. (NY1)

Remember that time over the summer when Republicans took control of the state Senate? Yeah, well, it might happen again. (LI Press)

Another attorney general wants to run for governor, hopefully with better results. (Daily News)

Speaking of infidelity, cheating on your spouse is the newest way to get your name in lights on Broadway. (NY Post)

This must be the reason you don’t see more homeless decked out in hipster tchotchkies. (Gothamist)

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  • alum says:

    @alum is the mccain pic a tacit reference to this?

    or have you guys not seen that yet?

  • shouldn't says:

    @shouldn't that “better results” link point to Martha Coakley?

    1. captchas are psychic says:

      @captchas are psychic no joke, the one I just filled out for that comment was “the martha”

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Judith Shapiro: President of Barnard UNIVERSITY?!

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