Good Thursday afternoon in New York City, where baby bankers balked at getting back to business (in person). Here's what else is happening:

  • Meet Scott Palatnick, a longtime professional chef who lost his job in the 2008 recession, bought a bedbug-sniffing dog for $10,000, and proceeded to become a premier bedbug exterminator.
  • New York Attorney General Letitia James asked a court to fine Donald Trump $10,000 for each day that he refused to comply with a subpoena for documents in her fraud investigation.
  • The NYPD is searching for two suspects who've allegedly been vandalizing Apple advertisements in Brooklyn.
    • House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has become the latest high-profile senior citizen in Democratic politics to test positive for COVID-19.
  • A salmonella outbreak has prompted Kinder to recall its chocolate Kinder Eggs in Europe and Canada. (No word on whether the eggs in the U.S. are safe.)
  • Jon Batiste's streaming numbers have shot up 950% since his Grammy wins last Sunday.
  • As we transition into the humid half of the year, consider this routine: "Shower, then towel dry, then moisturize, then bathrobe, then a minimum of 10 minutes, then clothing."
  • Aggressive seagulls are stealing everyone's food when they try to dine al fresco in Venice.
  • Speaking of food, it seems that nobody in food media ever talks about pooping. Eater made up for that with this very long essay about fine dining and digestion.
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  • And finally, home gym: