Occupied Murray Street

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Thursday, November 17, 2011
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Accross the street from AN's offices, the police were preparing for something. (AN/Stoelker)

Across the street from AN's offices, the police were preparing for something. Note the nonplussed New Yorker walking her dog. (AN/Stoelker)

Running to grab a bite outside of the AN office just hasn’t been the same over the past few days. With the Occupy Wall Street drama continuing to play out, we now dodge hundreds of protesters, tourists, police, and the media (oh wait, that’s us) on our way to the corner coffee shop. But today’s just a bit different, with nearly a hundred officers lined up outside the office receiving plastic handcuff strips. “We don’t know why we’re here yet,” one officer told our editor Julie Iovine. “Hopefully it’ll rain, the temperature will drop, and they’ll all go home.”

Cops getting cuffs.

Cops getting cuffs.

OWS's Tuesday night return.

OWS's Tuesday night return.

Old Glory

Old Glory in Zuccotti

Tuesday morning.

Tuesday morning.

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