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  • Tens of thousands of NYCHA tenants owe the city a record $364 million in back rent, and while officials so far insist they won't evict people, it's unclear what the future holds for both tenants struggling to make ends meet and a public housing authority that has $40 billion worth of repairs to make.
  • The NYPD arrested at least 10 anti-vax protesters for staging a "sit-in" at a Midtown AMC theater last night.
  • State Sen. Alessandra Biaggi is running for a House of Representatives seat in the newly drawn 3rd Congressional District, which is currently represented by Tom Suozzi of Long Island, who's running for governor.
  • The Power of the Dog, Dune, West Side Story and Belfast were all nominated for multiple Oscars—check out the full list of nominees here.
  • Chinese Olympic free skier Eileen Gu did a sick-ass jump to win the gold medal in women's Big Air last night.
  • "It’s the last ten-year calendar span that seems to have immutable values, and immutable old fashions, and immutable ideas that make it seem separate from the period that it came previously": Chuck Klosterman has written a new book about the '90s.
  • Scientists discovered a new species of hammerhead worm and decided, given all that's going on these days, to name it Humbertium covidum.
  • Emojis are NFTs now.
  • Comedy specials are TED Talks now.
  • And finally, don't forget leg day: