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  1. Crime
    Food Network Star’s Viet Pham Was Punched Outside ScoresThe attacker broke his glasses.
  2. Stripper Dust
    Scores and Trump Taj Mahal Are Finally in Bed TogetherTrump plus Scores plus Atlantic City equals …
  3. Lawsuits
    There Are Two Ways to Score Free Steaks at Strip Clubs, and One Involves GettingA man runs up a $46,698 tab at the Penthouse Executive Club.
  4. Celebrity Settings
    A Song for Governor Paterson at Rao’s; a Dance for Danielle Staub atPlus: Anthony Mackie turns down a ‘Top Model,’ a peach martini and psychic healing for Goldie Hawn, and more, in our weekly roundup of celebrity dining.
  5. Booze You Can Use
    Crazy Legs Conti, Beverage DirectorThe competitive eater joins Scores and Penthouse New York as beverage director.
  6. Mediavore
    Murray’s Cheese Goes National; States Misusing Food StampsPlus: A split for Cadbury and help for New York’s soup kitchens, all in our morning news roundup.
  7. Mediavore
    No Chilean Salmon Until 2011; Scores Solicits Heidi MontagPlus: Jack the Horse gets protested, and Stella D’oro to shutter, all in our morning news roundup.
  8. Openings
    Your Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity to Work at the Hot New BreastaurantGet ready for Bianca’s Double Ds.
  9. Recession is Your Friend
    Take Home Scores Private-Label Wine for CheapCover up the label and no one will notice.
  10. Mediavore
    Food Network at Home; Scores Screenplay in the WorksPlus: P&G prepares to move, and where to feast on fugu, all in our morning news roundup.
  11. Openings
    Out With the Old, in With the NudeNew jiiggle joints move into the old Scores locations.
  12. Mediavore
    School Lunches Go Locavore; Ed Brown Goes FishingSlow Food lecturers are boring, the cocktails of ‘Mad Men,’ and more, in our morning news roundup.
  13. Mediavore
    Salmonella Outbreak Over?; Scores Can’t Pay the RentPlus bacon’s popularity will never fade, Graydon Carter isn’t a fan of Craft, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  14. Mediavore
    Local Produce Not Always Carbon-Friendly; Scores East to File for Bankruptcy?Plus: Alain Ducasse ditches France, Florent Morellet keeps a secret about what will replace his diner, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  15. NewsFeed
    Gentleman’s Club Coming to Upper East Side?A broker is offering a venue fit for “unlimited entertainment” for $1.6 million.
  16. Mediavore
    Kate Moss Digs Le Royale; FreshDirect Fires 85 WorkersApparently the opening-night party at Le Royale was a success, drawing the likes of Kate Moss, who made out with the D.J.[Imbible/Citysearch] Related: Le Royale Might Just Bring Nightlife Out of the Doldrums Frank Bruni applauds restaurants seeking out new forms of hospitality, but is wary of the WiFi availability: “Will the glow of laptop screens and the percussion of typing become pervasive visual and aural backdrops for our meals?” [Diner’s Journal/NYT] A former Scores cocktail waitress is suing the owners for being told to act more like a stripper. [NYP]
  17. NewsFeed
    Until 1OAK Opens, Look for Richie Akiva at Scores 1OAK is a little behind schedule, but that isn’t stopping its investors from throwing a Halloween bash — at Scores?!? A friend of Grub received this e-mail (sent “by Jeffrey Jah, Lyman Carter, Richie Akiva, Scott Sartiano, & Ronnie Madra / 1OAK, 453 West 17th Street”) inviting him to throw down with strippers. Hey, Scores is a classy enough substitution for the venue that will “change the face of nightlife in New York,” but why didn’t the boys just have their party at the 10AK construction site? Now that would’ve been spooky. Related: Richie Akiva’s and Scott Sartiano’s 1OAK Will Not Open Friday N.Y. Diet: Butter’s Richie Akiva Dines With Puffy, Cooks for the ‘Wifey’
  18. Neighborhood Watch
    LES Whole Foods Soon to Have Checkout Line Stretching to Trader Joe’sEast Village: ACME Bar and Grill will host a fund-raiser for a service-oriented trip to New Orleans; $20 gets you one drink, snacks, and a few moments reprieve from your liberal guilt. [Gothamist] Lower East Side: Whole Foods! On the Bowery! Set to open! March 29! [Curbed] Midtown West: Post scrounges for “breast” synonyms as Scores discovers it may lose its liquor license for two years. [NYP] Park Slope: Two bakeries, one couple, and a rumored tale of marital acrimony, Health Department violations, and — maybe — sweet reconciliation. [Only the Blog Knows Brooklyn]