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Early Addition is a daily newsletter offering New York City news and tidbits from the internet. In its latest edition, the newsletter highlighted some of the best free activities in NYC this holiday season. This includes Luna Park at Coney Island, which is open during the winter for the first time in its 120-year history. The park’s “Frost Fest” features ice skating and Santa’s workshop until January. Additionally, Queens is piloting a new program to tackle illegal parking complaints, while a gust of wind caused the National Christmas Tree in D.C. to fall over.

In other news, Dollar General has agreed to pay $1.2 million in a settlement with the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs’ Office of Weights and Management for violating pricing rules. Living in New York City comes with nuisances such as rats, subway delays, and a flickering light outside an apartment window for 27 consecutive days. NBCUniversal is paying the family of accused Gilgo Beach murderer Rex Heuermann to participate in a documentary series during his trial.

On the lighter side, Rutgers University campus police removed a baby python from a student’s dorm room. The co-founders of Ample Hills, an ice cream company, were fired six months after attempting to buy back their company during a relaunch. Finally, the newsletter’s author shared a personal anecdote about their package being delivered to the wrong address.

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