Good Thursday afternoon in New York City, which is basically Los Angeles now. Here's what else is happening:

  • Civic leaders in northeast Queens are rallying to try to stop New York Mets owner and hedge fund manager Steve Cohen from building a casino — or anything else — on the 50 acres of public land across from Citi Field.
  • When it's no longer 55 degrees in New York City, these outdoor fire pits at Governors Island's Winter Village might be a fun and cozy attraction.
  • A bystander filmed Wall Street Journal reporter Dion Rabouin being handcuffed and harassed by a police officer outside a Chase bank in Phoenix, Arizona, where Rabouin was reporting for a story while visiting family in the area.
  • Cardi B is paying close attention to inflation and the spike in grocery prices, and she isn't happy about it.
  • El Chapo's son Ovidio Guzmán, who's now a Sinaloa Cartel leader himself, has been recaptured by Mexican authorities.
  • New York rapper Theophilus London was found walking around Los Angeles after going missing three months ago, his family has reported.
  • Bed, Bath & Beyond is basically broke and could soon go bankrupt.
  • Prince Harry wrote in his forthcoming memoir that he killed 25 people while fighting in Afghanistan with the British military.
  • Billy Idol is finally getting his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
  • Exercising during the middle of your workday is cool.
  • Is this like when boys wore suits to The Rise of Gru?
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  • And finally, bad idea: