Here are great spots in a variety of neighborhoods, including a few less-perennially-hyped places.
Because the Supreme Court justice hasn't lived there in 15 years but that isn't stopping people from reaching out, here are your early links: R. Kelly sentencing, West Village closet/shower, Atlantic City strike, Marcel the Shell animation explained, pickleball is loud as hell and the neighbors are fed up, and more.
The Long Island Congressman ran a campaign that appeared to tear a page straight from a hard-right Republican playbook: he championed former President Donald Trump, celebrated the end of Roe v. Wade and vowed to protect gun rights.
The Buffalo Democrat had been facing a challenge from Jumaane Williams and Tom Suozzi.
Nine people who were being held at troubled Rikers Island have died so far this year.
The 2021 "superintendent of the year" recipient is among 45 picks by Chancellor David Banks to lead New York City school districts.
Because the fight may have technically happened in international waters, here are your end-of-day links: still Primary Day for a few hours, Eric Adams approves of saxophonist arrest, New York Nico's food influencer empire, Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced, people are microdosing at weddings now, and more.
“Someone needs to remind former Mayor Giuliani that falsely reporting a crime is a crime,” Adams told reporters
New details emerge on a $1.3-million pilot program that hopes to end the practice of dumping garbage and recycling bags onto sidewalks.
Because the neighbors already hate Airbnb enough as it is, here are your early links: Primary Day, Coney Island food swim crawl, firework shows getting canceled because of fire concerns, an epic baseball brawl, a race so challenging that nobody finishes it, and more.
State officials and members of the Ramapough Lenape Nation hope a new environmental lawsuit will provide compensation for natural resources destroyed by a Ford Motor Co. dumping site.
Gothamist will be following the action throughout the day.
"If Andy Warhol could have been as prolific as he wanted to be, he'd be Steve Keene."
The city’s health department began offering the two-dose JYNNEOS vaccine at Chelsea Sexual Health Clinic on Thursday for people who may have been exposed to the virus. Within hours, no more walk-ins were available, and all appointments were booked.
In viral social media videos showing the Thursday arrest, the musician, John Ajilo, is seen being placed in handcuffs by several police officers at the same busking spot the performer has used for more than five years.
Because she's hoping her generosity with her yoga knowledge gets her a reduced sentence, here are your end-of-day links: bees in Times Square, quiet early voting period, Rudy's slap video, falconry is alive on the Jersey Shore, going to weddings is very expensive, and more.
"Since we came back to work, we have been asked to do a lot more to keep everyone safe. It feels good to get a new contract that reflects the contribution we have made during the pandemic."
Justice Ralph Porzio said the law “significantly devalues the votes of New York citizens.”
Because America's two great canned products can withstand anything, here are your early links: Cyclone turns 95, Eric Adams thinks NYC is bad, ticks are on the uptick, they've already started filming the Gabby Petito Lifetime movie, Rudy Giuliani got slapped in the back by a hater, graham cracker founder, and more.
The celebratory mood was tempered by Friday's Supreme Court decision ending the constitutional right to an abortion.
Showers will taper off around 8 p.m.
These largely grassroots programs, which are now powering more than 200,000 homes statewide, allow energy customers to choose solar without paying for the upfront costs and construction.

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Ray Cortez bought his Brooklyn townhouse in the 1960s. Now, he faces eviction stemming from what he and his lawyers say is a case of deed theft. His neighbors are fighting to save his home.
A Glendale street corner is now co-named after famed shortstop and broadcaster Phil “Scooter” Rizzuto.
The plan would involve an immediate – but temporary – two block expansion of the Open Street between 27th and 29th Street, as well as an accelerated timeline for adding bike lanes and loading zones between Herald and Madison Square.
Police said the driver veered into oncoming traffic, striking a cyclist head-on, before hitting 67-year-old Lynn Christopher and her 8-year-old grandson near the crosswalk of Ralph Avenue and Macon Street.
The event was cancelled for the first time in its history in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Last year, the in-person march had limited capacity, and most of the events were staged virtually.
Self-described as "a protest march, not a parade," the Dyke March works without permits or sponsors to bolster identity, celebrate community and confront discrimination.
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