Good Wednesday morning in New York City, where Taylor Swift's Tribeca stalker has finally been arrested. Here's what else is happening:

  • New York City doctors, doulas and activists with spare bedrooms are preparing for an influx of out-of-state abortion seekers.
  • The governors of New York and New Jersey have agreed to split the cost for the Gateway tunnel project, with digging tentatively scheduled to start next year.
  • Firefighters in Stamford, Connecticut, successfully rescued a woman who somehow got stuck under a bus.
  • Staten Island got an early 4th of July show this year when a barge carrying loads of fireworks caught fire on July 3rd, causing a bunch of fireworks to explode.
  • The NYPD is making its fitness test easier in an effort to hire more officers to replace a wave of retiring cops.
  • Sotheby's in Manhattan is auctioning off a 76 million-year-old skeleton of a Gorgosaurus, which is an earlier version of a T-Rex.
  • The COVID-19 vaccine rollout has reached a point where supply in many countries is far outstripping demand, leading to tens of millions of doses being tossed in the garbage.
  • An aquarium in Japan had to start feeding its penguins cheaper fish for budgetary reasons but now the penguins are refusing to eat.
  • More and more, robots are sad.
  • It's ScootSki season.
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  • And finally, great technique: