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Early Addition: Gucci Apologizes For 'Balaclava Knit Top' Blackface Backlash: Gothamist

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Follow Gothamist on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. Do you get the "tingles" from ASMR videos? Cindy McCain apparently falsely accused a woman of child trafficking in a Phoenix airport. Former NY Times editor Jill Abramson says she is reviewing passages in her new book after being accused of plagiarism. The Ringer looks at how the NY Times Cooking has become the best comment section on the Internet (but better than the Gothamist comments? Come on.) Officials in the city of Sandusky, Ohio, have decided that the city will no longer observe Columbus Day as a holiday, switching it for Election Day. Summerhill bar in Crown Heights is rebranding as OBK. Check out some awesome photos by Bronx-based street photographer Clay Benskin. A yeshiva located in upstate New York was set on fire and swastikas were spray painted on the building. Motown has announced the release of You're The Man, Marvin Gaye’s scrapped follow-up to 1971 classic What’s Going On. Gucci has apologized after a blackface backlash over its $890 black "Balaclava knit top.” And finally, we can all learn a lot about conflict resolution from these two:

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— Alfons López Tena #FBPE (@alfonslopeztena) February 3, 2019