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dnainfo.com — WILLIAMSBURG - Outdoor frolickers will find signs of spring this weekend, with three local markets in full bloom for the first time all year. Smorgasburg food market kicks off Saturday in its new home at East River State Park, with new businesses offering everything from fried chicken-filled biscuits to lobster soup dumplings.
dnainfo.com — BUSHWICK - Calling all unruly 1990's high schoolers who cut class for Nintendo 64 face-offs in their parents' basements. One resolute Bushwick businessman wants you to relive your youth - with a bourbon-infused whipped cream and temporary tattoo twist.
dnainfo.com — CITY HALL - Many City Council members are wary of endorsing candidates in the 2013 mayoral race until after budget season because they're afraid a vengeful Speaker Christine Quinn will cut their share of $50 million in discretionary funds, DNAinfo.com New York has learned.
dnainfo.com — CHICAGO - Looking for all the single ladies this Valentine's Day? They're in Woodlawn, according to a DNAinfo.com Chicago analysis of the most recent Census data. Nearly 83 percent of women in the South Side neighborhood were single as of 2011.
dnainfo.com — UPPER EAST SIDE - Dogs just hiss her off. February, a 5-year-old bodega cat, is a friendly feline - until Fido crosses her path, locals said. Though beloved by the neighborhood's humans, the cat has become an infamous figure in the area after menacing the four-legged patrons of a doggie daycare located next door to her owner's Upper East Side candy store, sources said.
dnainfo.com — CHICAGO - Since the Red Door Animal Shelter in West Rogers Park opened 12 years ago, manager Matt Gannon estimates at least 2,000 cats have been adopted. But a 9-year-old gray and white female, Eclair, has been at Red Door, 2410 W. Lunt Ave., a whopping eight years without earning her feline release papers.
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