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It’s Earth Day, and New Yorkers are getting into the act. Magnolia Bakery on Bleecker Street got into the spirit of the day, celebrating with special cupcakes. For each cupcake sold, a dollar is donated to city parks.
Thousands of volunteers across the city spent their Saturday lending a hand as part of New York’s annual “Spring Greening”.
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