Good Friday afternoon in New York City, where Chloë Sevigny better not catch you walking around in your Lululemons. Here's what else is happening:

  • Steve Bannon has pleaded not guilty to the fraud charges brought by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg in relation to Bannon's role in a border wall fundraising scheme.
  • Good luck to Frances Tiafoe, the first Black American to reach the U.S. Open's semifinal since Arthur Ashe, in his match tonight.
  • The Nassau County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is offering a $6,000 reward to anyone with information that'll lead to the arrest of the person who shot and killed a Long Island widow's rescue cat.
  • NYCHA Chair and CEO Gregory Russ, who was hired away from the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority in 2019, still appears to be living in Minnesota.
  • The old 19th century Domino Sugar factory is being turned into an extremely fancy office building that's set to open next year.
  • Bless the earnest Redditor who's been having sex with this song playing in the room and wondering why his girlfriend hates it.
  • Telegrams are big in Japan.
  • The look for this fall is belts.
  • Seems like the new "Pinocchio" movie is bad.
  • Here are "six times the Queen made us laugh."
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  • And finally, slaps on deck: