Good Good Friday morning in New York City, where most of us prefer the Yankees. Here's what else is happening:

  • The Daily News has a detailed timeline of what the alleged subway shooter did between the time he left the bloody train car and the moment he was arrested. (Stayed at a hostel in Chelsea, had lunch at Katz's, stared into space at Dimes, reported himself to the cops, and charged his phone.)
  • A state agency on Thursday approved two transmission lines — one coming from Canada, the other from Delaware County, New York — that'll carry loads of renewably-sourced electricity to New York City.
  • Midtown Schmidtown, the economic recovery is looking good in places like Flushing and Crown Heights because residents aren't commuting into Manhattan every day.
  • The bird flu that's plaguing the country's avian population has now infected our bald eagles.
  • Charlie Rose did his first interview since being fired five years ago by CBS and PBS for sexual harassment, posting his chat with Warren Buffett on his personal website.
  • If you're looking to make "being hot" your hobby, there's a subreddit for you.
  • It's a big weekend ahead for British people who are practicing Christians and soccer fans.
  • The late Gilbert Gottfried, who was one of the most beloved (and comparatively affordable) celebrities on Cameo, made more than $2 million recording messages for people.
  • New perfume trend: food smells.
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  • And finally, water aerobics: