Good Wednesday afternoon in New York City, where the stage of the pandemic wherein Goldman Sachs employees got free lunch in the office has ended. Here's what else is happening:

  • Mary Norris, the beloved retired copyeditor from The New Yorker and a known alternate side parking guru, gave Curbed some tips now that twice-a-week street sweeping is coming back.
  • Data from the last couple decades suggests that the president of the United States is almost always unpopular.
  • "I can’t really put my finger on it, but something just doesn’t feel right.": Trump fans told The Atlantic that believing the 2020 election was stolen isn't exactly about facts and evidence, it's more of a vibe.
  • About 40% of America's carbon emissions come from buildings, and most of that comes from heating or cooling our buildings, suggesting that we need better insulation.
  • A$AP Rocky has been arrested in Los Angeles for allegedly shooting someone in the hand last year.
  • Today is extra nice and chill for people born on 4/20/69.
  • Things are just okay for Shawn Mendes.
  • Wimbledon isn't going to let Russian and Belarusian players compete in this summer's tournament.
  • Bhad Bhabie claims she's made $50 million on OnlyFans and would thus no longer like to be referred to as "cash me outside girl."
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  • And finally, I don't know, this cat seems to be thinking a lot of thoughts: