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DOT To Tourists: Quit Putting Love Locks & Other Crap On The Brooklyn Bridge

The Department of Transportation announced today that it will be cracking down on locks and other items left on the Brooklyn Bridge as signs of enduring love. And violators will have to pay! [ more › ]
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