The Afternoon Wrap: Tuesday

Wierdest Houses of 2007. [BuzzFeed]

Report criticizes low levels of state funding in 2007 for youth smoking prevention programs in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. [NY Times]

The Republican mayor of Brookyn (Iowa that is), plans to vote for Obama at Thursday’s caucuses. [The Brooklyn Paper]

The Jets plan to sell alcohol next season, after a booze-free game meant to curb rowdy fans. [NY Post]

Best brunch spots to cure your hangover. [NYDN]

New York’s first official competition for who can watch the most continuous hours of sports kicked off at 11 a.m. today. [NYDN]

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