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- “In the 178-year history of the Philharmonic, this is the single biggest crisis,” said Deborah Borda of the New York Philharmonic; today they announced all performances through June 2021 have been cancelled.
- "Black women are still constantly disrespected and disregarded in so many areas of life," writes Megan Thee Stallion in her op-ed for the NY Times.
- That giant, shiny Extell building will be home to the city's largest private outdoor garden.
- Jimmy Kimmel asked Black voters if they were voting for Trump this year. That's a lot of "no."
- These are allegedly the five best places to retire. But don't worry, statistically speaking you'll never have to move to Florida because you will most likely have to work until you die.
- A rimshot for Boris Johnson, please.
- Big Tech is moving into NYC.
- Imagine having Machu Picchu all to yourself?
- It's not every day you see so many sidewalk unicorns:
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