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SBD/August 27, 2013/Events and Attractions
U.S. Open Sees Long Lines Due To Increased Security Including Wanding, Bag Checks
U.S. Open fans yesterday at the first day of the tournament "waited over 45 minutes in an unforgiving snake of a security line," according to Mary Pilon of the N.Y. TIMES. There were "wands, bag checks, confusion about being in the right place, cellphones left in pockets and irritated fans...
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