Good Tuesday afternoon in New York City, where the Rangers are back in the NHL playoffs. Here's what else is happening:

  • A former Department of Corrections investigator who was fired by Mayor Eric Adams' new DOC head gave a harrowing account of the dysfunction at Rikers Island, where she said its common for jail guards to bring contraband like K2-soaked paper to detainees because they'll threaten to have people harm the guards' families.
  • The West Village townhouse that was accidentally blown up by Weather Underground activists in the 1970s is up for sale for $19 million.
  • This new pizza place on Avenue X in Sheepshead Bay looks great.
  • NBC New York discovered that the State Department has held up more than two dozen vehicle registrations for Russian diplomats in New York City because Russia owes more than $100,000 in parking fines.
  • Police in Nevada are warning that because of extreme droughts, dead bodies are likely to start surfacing in the state's lakes.
  • In other climate change news, it's only May 3rd and it's already hit 120 degrees Fahrenheit in parts of India, which is extremely dangerous.
  • Residents of several neighborhoods in Rome have imposed a curfew because trash-hungry wild boars are roaming the streets and attacking people at night.
  • Connecticut's own Michael Bolton did the Nutmeg State proud in the U.S. version of the Eurovision Song Contest.
  • Respect to Emma Stone for going to the Met Gala last night in a dress she previously wore to her wedding reception. She must like it!
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  • Correction: An earlier version of this post misidentified Connecticut as the Granite State. New Hampshire is actually the Granite State.
  • And finally, can't be bothered: