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09/14/2010

Video: ♫ One (ringed) hand in the air for the big city

by Jeremy Hooper

Even if Alicia Keys accomplishes nothing else in her career, she has done the world a great public service in freeing all New York-centric videos from relying solely on Frank Sinatra's same ol' news spreading:



New Yorkers For Marriage Equality [HRC]
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*More, form The NY Times:

Future ads will feature, among others, Kevin Bacon, Whoopi Goldberg, Fran Drescher, Tom Colicchio, the chef, and Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe, the widow of Arthur Ashe.
New Ads to Try to Build Public Support for Gay Marriage [NYT]

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