Good Tuesday morning in New York City, where Brooklyn and Queens would also like some Summer Streets shutdowns. Here's what else is happening:

  • Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin believes he has a shot at winning the gubernatorial election if he wins 30% of New York City's vote, which is why he's aggressively aligning himself with Mayor Eric Adams (against Adams' wishes) on fighting crime.
  • A Bronx Assemblymember has introduced the Standing is Tiring (SIT) Act, which would give workers in certain professions more time to sit down. (Yes, George Costanza proposed a similar law.)
  • After a boom in pandemic guinea pig purchases — and the subsequent flood of guinea pigs into city rescue shelters — the City Council is considering a ban on pet guinea pig sales.
  • Mark David Chapman, the now-67-year-old man who fatally shot John Lennon outside the singer's Upper West Side building in 1980, has been denied parole for the 12th time.
  • Rent the Runway is cutting its corporate workforce by 24% because people are no longer renting work clothes.
  • "I mean, I get it. The Queen was a nice lady, I guess": Howard Stern is done with all the Queen Elizabeth stuff.
  • Speaking of Queen haters: Saudi police have arrested a Yemeni man who made a pilgrimage to Mecca "for the soul of" Her Late Royal Majesty.
  • Congrats to Amanda Seyfried, a.k.a. the people's champ, for her Emmy win last night.
  • Jean-Luc Godard, the famed French New Wave director, has died at the age of 91.
  • Don't be afraid to go to the same bar over and over when you're on vacation.
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  • And finally, this is productivity: