Summer Guide: Great Outdoor

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Whether you"re actually sporty or just look really good in shorts, there"s plenty of outdoor activity to keep you sweating this summer's not that you"ll need a whole lot of help with that. By Staff Rollerblading in Central Park Rollerblading in Central Park appeals most to teenagers who need another hangout since the ice rinks [&hellip
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Busybody Politics

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To intercede or not to intercede By Jeanne Martinet The other day my friend Henry was hurrying along 14th Street near Seventh Avenue when he overheard a woman asking a passerby how to get to Times Square by subway. “Just walk one block over to the A train, and then take it uptown to 42nd [&hellip
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The Great GOP Hope?

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To read the sidebar, please go to Will Bratton Ask Rudy to Run the NYPD? Former Police Commissioner Bill Bratton sounds like he wants to be mayor in 2014.  He may be Republicans” best candidate to keep their 20-year mayoral streak going By Megan Finnegan Bill Bratton speaks with a distinctive Boston accent and recently [&hellip
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How’s He Doin’?

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Former Mayor Ed Koch has launched a crusade to make New York State Government more democratic. Will the 87-year-old firebrand be able to slay the Albany Dragon? By Allen Houston Ed Koch has never been one to hold back his opinions. The fiery former mayor has had a long and illustrious post-political career, but at [&hellip
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