Good Tuesday afternoon in New York City, where the American Irish Historical Society's mansion on 5th Avenue is staying put. Here's what else is happening:

  • Lea Michele's Funny Girl just brought in $2 million over eight performances, setting a revenue record for the August Wilson Theatre on Broadway.
  • Kate and Rooney Mara's mom, who lives up in Westchester, is upset that Richard Gere is installing a cell tower at a nearby hotel he owns.
  • Authorities say we're living in a "golden age of cocaine."
  • In other drug news, nobody knows who slipped a bunch of PCP into the clam chowder on the set of Titanic 25 years ago, a prank that sent much of the cast and crew to the hospital.
  • Soon-to-be-married couples who booked weddings at the Madison Hotel in Morristown, N.J. are not happy that the ballroom is being renovated to have a blue, grey and white color scheme instead of being all gold.
  • Simone Biles, who has become a leading public advocate for mental health awareness, isn't renewing her endorsement contract with Cerebral, the telehealth startup that got in trouble for allegedly pushing doctors to overprescribe Adderall.
  • "I really want to slap these bastards who are rattling on but don’t know where to start": Kim Jong Un's sister said in a published statement today that she doesn't appreciate the haters who claim North Korea's first ever spy satellite produces crude, nearly useless images.
  • Teens on TikTok are snackin' on caviar.
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  • And finally, it's icy sidewalk season: