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  • The Times has more evidence of wealthy New Yorkers fleeing the city during the pandemic.
  • A new survey found that half of city residents are planning to avoid mass transit once the lockdown ends; even the War on Cars warriors are considering buying new wheels.
  • Neighborhoods with public housing developments saw a 30 percent higher rate of coronavirus hospitalizations than surrounding areas, according to an analysis by The City.
  • The New York Transit Museum's annual Party on Wheels fundraiser will take place on Saturday, digitally of course.
  • Neil Young's long-awaited "lost" album — recorded from 1974 to 1975 — will be dropping on June 19th, according to Reprise.
  • Tune in at 1 p.m. to hear appellate arguments in the fight over cancelling New York's presidential primary, if that's the sort of thing you're into.
  • Leaked emails show the head of the city's public hospital system, who is now overseeing the sprawling contact tracing initiative, wrote in March that there was "no proof that closures will help stop the spread.”
  • Read this insightful Rebecca Carroll review of The Chiffon Trenches, a new memoir from André Leon Talley, the first and only black creative director at U.S. Vogue.
  • Matt Damon is thriving in the small Irish town where he's spent the last few months on a "fairy tale" lockdown. So happy for you, Matt Damon!
  • And finally, Governor Andrew Cuomo works through his communication struggles: