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Here is the dénouement to Robert and Kristine’s 1020 story. He’s currently waiting on the Steps.   Curious onlookers are currently there waiting for something to happen. Go there or read our tweets to find out what happens. UPDATE: She never showed up and he left after a few minutes. He tore up the rose and left the petals […]

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Tipster Sara Cervantes sent in this adorable photograph answering Holden Caufield’s eternal question– where do the Central Park ducks go when their lagoon freezes over? Photo by Sara Cervantes

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