Good Thursday morning in New York City, where it's scorching. Here's what else is happening:

  • The Times has a thorough piece on the Brooklyn identity thief-turned-bishop who was allegedly robbed of a bunch of jewelry last month.
  • The driver who killed Nicki Minaj's dad in a hit-and-run on Long Island was sentenced yesterday to one year in prison.
  • A construction boom truck that was being used to build a school in Sunset Park collapsed yesterday and took out a chunk of a church's facade. Nobody was reported injured.
  • A foul ball hit by Aaron Judge at Yankee Stadium whacked a guy named Paulie Gee in the head and sent him to the E.R., and Mr. Gee would now like Judge to autograph the ball.
  • Lincoln Center recently held a mass vow-renewal event, and New York magazine was there to photograph the hundreds of couples who took advantage.
  • Less than a year after Tinder hired its first female CEO and started promoting its effort to make the app more women-friendly, said CEO is leaving.
  • From New York City to Rome to Southern China, people all over the world love tossing bikes in rivers.
  • A 58-year-old Florida woman was arrested last weekend for drunkenly driving a golf cart on I-95 with an open bottle of Jack Daniel's in her hand.
  • Queen Elizabeth doesn't see the appeal of hanging out in the kitchen.
  • Season 2 of The White Lotus is coming out in October and will star the great Jennifer Coolidge.
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  • And finally, sneaky ramp alert: