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- This week’s New Yorker cover titled “Take the L Train” shows two bearded men riding the subway — an observant Hasid and a tattooed hipster. [DNAinfo]
- Combining two favorite porch pastimes, this rocking chair knits you a hat while you read the paper. [Colossal]
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