Good Wednesday morning in New York City, where rich white people are riding the ferry. Here's what else is happening:

  • Mets owner Steve Cohen is pushing City Hall to allow for more development around Citi Field, possibly including a casino in the stadium's parking lot.
  • Homeless New Yorkers who were evicted from an encampment under the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway last month have essentially returned.
  • Matthew Broderick, who's currently starring in Plaza Suite on Broadway alongside his wife, Sarah Jessica Parker, tested positive for COVID, so his Tony Award-winning understudy is filling in.
  • Christian Smalls, the leader of the Amazon Labor Union, accused Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of abandoning the union's cause and said she didn't "deserve this moment" to celebrate success. (The congresswoman said she had a scheduling conflict that kept her from joining organizers at a rally last year.)
  • The women's rugby team at Norwich University in Vermont is being investigated for hazing practices that allegedly included branding and waterboarding younger players.
  • Dedicated Magic Mike fans who gather on WhatsApp reportedly breached the set of Magic Mike 3 in England, causing a security brouhaha.
  • Get ready for gnomecore, a new lifestyle trend that involves houseboats, mushrooms, egg cups, baseball and soccer fandom, house slippers, having a "hobby," and being a lil' plump.
  • Cheetos, a.k.a. orange croutons, belong on salads.
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  • And finally, almost got it: