Early Addition: About those cocktail skewer-looking pins Mayor Adams sticks in his collar

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By Dan Sears

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Good Wednesday morning in New York City, where a wind advisory is in effect.

Here’s what else is happening:

  • Two men detained at a New York state prison filed a lawsuit saying they were brutally beaten and waterboarded by guards last fall.
  • New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez, who stands indicted on bribery charges, said on the Senate floor yesterday that he’s the victim of prosecutorial overreach.
  • FDNY firehouses have a lot of pets.
  • Mayor Adams has a lot of clothes.
  • “Yellow Face” is coming to Broadway in September.
  • Joseph Esposito, the longtime NYPD Chief of Department who played a key law enforcement role following September 11th, has died at the age of 73.
  • Minnesota Rep. Dean Phillips, who’s running for the Democratic president nomination largely on the message that Joe Biden is too old, had zero people show up to his campaign event in New Hampshire yesterday. (It was below freezing, and also a Tuesday.)
  • Page Six reports that fellow presidential hopeful Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has decided not to attend his own birthday party-slash-fundraiser after a bunch of celebrities declined to attend.
  • Oscar Mayer is hiring 12 new drivers for their Wienermobiles.
  • And finally, wake up:
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