Good Friday afternoon in New York City, where it might rain on Halloween. Here's what else is happening:

  • With less than two weeks to go until Election Day, Kathy Hochul and Lee Zeldin have called up the big guns — Joe Biden and Ron DeSantis, respectively — to plug their campaigns.
  • On the occasion of Hurricane Sandy's 10th anniversary, PIX 11 is revisiting the proposal from one Rutgers professor to add 1,700 acres of land to lower Manhattan as a way to protect against storm surges.
  • There's a battle underway to unionize workers the popular VITAL climbing gym locations in New York City.
  • You think residents of Upper East Side townhouses go to Home Depot hunting for big skeletons? No. They pay this designer $5,000 or more to do their decorations.
  • The new skyscraper One Vanderbilt has very nice showers for its office workers.
  • A Mondrian painting titled New York City I has somehow been displayed upside down for the past 75 years, first at MoMA and more recently in an art collection in Dusseldorf — and in order to prevent damaging the work, they're going to just leave it this way.
  • "I can’t control it, but I hope it will never happen again. We are working on it. It is a stress reaction to what is happening.": Pro tennis player Iga Swiatek explained why she keeps doing this thing where she jumps at the net and spreads her limbs like a frog to try to throw off her opponent.
  • Gisele and Tom Brady are officially getting a divorce, so that's technically four consecutive losses this season.
  • Tár is a fictional movie.
  • Lizards have a love language.
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  • And finally, cat o' lantern: