Good Wednesday morning in New York City, where Goop doesn't pay its taxes on time. Here's what else is happening:

  • A man who was being detained on the jail barge at Hunts Point was hospitalized yesterday after jumping off the boat into the East River.
  • A longstanding hope among transit advocates to revive a 60-year-defunct LIRR track in Queens and turn it into a subway line appears to have taken a back seat to a plan for building a 47-acre greenway, which the influential Regional Plan Association characterized as something that could actually get done "during our lifetime."
  • Mike Birbiglia is returning to Broadway with a new one-man show about swimming, middle-age and death.
  • Former NY1 meteorologist Erick Adame, who was fired by the channel after someone leaked his personal nude pictures to his boss, has already gotten a job offer from another station, according to his rep.
  • E-bike delivery workers for DoorDash have a brutal uphill battle for getting compensation if they get hit by a car on the job because DoorDash considers them private contractors and thus doesn't have to provide workplace safety protections.
  • Aaron Judge hit his 60th home run of the season last night, tying Babe Ruth's one-time single-season record.
  • It definitely seems like the chess teen is cheating.
  • Tariq, a.k.a. Corn Kid, got the Style Section treatment.
  • Future sold his music catalog to a BlackRock-backed investment firm for an undisclosed eight-figure sum.
  • In other news, the new Space Force anthem is "not a banger."
  • Next time you find yourself in Singapore, you can enjoy lukewarm leftovers from one of the island's high end hotel buffets for $7.50.
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  • And finally, the head lift at :30: