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Not only is 7-Eleven planning to open 100 new locations in Manhattan by 2014, but they're going after Trader Joe's, too. The chain has unveiled a diabolical plot to launch two new $3.99 wines—a chardonnay and a cabernet sauvignon—which means they're going to need a liquor license for at least one of those 100 locations. [NYO via Curbed]