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The Golden Age of Fund-Raising: County Exec Ed FitzGerald raises $120,000 for next campaign, otherwise known as the amount Jimmy Dimora used to make for letting plumbers union shave his back.

Starstruck in Cyberspace: asks readers to tweet celebrity sightings as Avengers filming gets under way. Also, if anyone’s seen Chuck Yarborough, they’re interested in where the hell he’s at too.

The Doctor Can’t See You Now: Cleveland Clinic announces Huron Hospital will cease all but outpatient care on August 22. East Side residents consider last-ditch plea to see what Kanye can do about it.

This week’s index: You went to the coffeeshop for a quiet cup of joe
but got cornered by Dick Feagler on the way out.

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