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- It's time we talked about Jared Kushner's "plan to enrich himself at your expense," writes Libby Watson in the New Republic.
- Surging demand for antibody tests has created a strange, potentially dangerous underworld.
- A report finds that new leases for Manhattan apartments took a 71 percent nosedive last month.
- Anyone in the Bronx misplace an enormous snake?
- The Atlantic offers this hour-by-hour account of what Stanley Tucci is doing and eating (lamp chops, primarily).
- A Manhattan woman can keep chain-smoking inside her apartment, neighbors be damned, a local judge ruled.
- Michael Jordan once cheated at cards against a teammate's mother, and other tales of the basketball great/"hypercompetitive weirdo" that ESPN doc hasn't shown you.
- The upstate New York barber who defied stay at home orders to continue cutting hair has tested positive for COVID-19.
- The city's beaches may not be opening anytime soon, but essential Rockaway bar Connolly's will begin serving to-go piña coladas next Friday. Summer is saved?
- NYT film critics Manohla Dargis and A.O. Scott think we should all watch this 1972 farce, What's Up, Doc?, this weekend.
- Hey, you made it through another week! Time for a kitchen dance party with Shaq:
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