Good Thursday morning in New York City, where the Naked Cowboy has endorsed Lee Zeldin. Here's what else is happening:

  • In an unusual move for an MTA chair, Janno Lieber has pointedly called out Gov. Kathy Hochul's gubernatorial rival, noting that "Zeldin alone, among New York regional Republicans, didn’t vote for the [federal] infrastructure bill."
  • City sanitation workers have reportedly been tearing down Lee Zeldin signs that were illegally posted to utility poles in southern Brooklyn, which Zeldin fans are not happy about.
  • A year after one of Eric Adams' close friends, the Rev. Alfred L. Cockfield II, set up a political action committee meant to disperse campaign funds to Adams-friendly candidates, the group has raised $1.3 million — and given almost none of it to candidates while paying $126,000 to Cockfield himself.
  • Police say a man who smashed the glass door of Cardinal Timothy Dolan's residence behind St. Patrick's Cathedral has also vandalized two other prominent Catholic buildings in Manhattan.
  • The Brooklyn Nets and Kyrie Irving have pledged to each donate $500,000 to organizations dedicated to fighting antisemitism after Irving stirred up controversy by posting a link to an antisemitic documentary.
  • King Charles brings his own custom toilet seat wherever he goes.
  • Folgers' new marketing pitch: Yes it's sludge, but it's the sludge you know and love from your grandma's house, and also, inflation is raging and our coffee is cheap.
  • Ina Garten revealed that her husband Jeffrey once got her hot and bothered by texting, "You're gonna be delicious tonight."
  • Lydia Tár: She's dressin'!
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  • And finally, get this cat some Folgers: