• Follow Gothamist on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here.
  • Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner are thinking of suing the Lincoln Project over the installation of a billboard they say is "false, malicious, and defamatory” to their character.
  • Target is allowing customers to reserve their spot on line ahead of the busy holiday shopping season.
  • Billy McFarland -- the man behind the Fyre Festival that metaphorically went up in flames -- is now in solitary confinement for taking part in a podcast to chronicle his reckless high jinks that landed him in prison. Dude can't seem to keep himself out of trouble.
  • Meet Glenn Spellman, an antique dealer who took the rare step of opening up a physical store during the pandemic, and is making bank.
  • Read about "Camp Hero," the apparent inspiration for the hit TV series "Stranger Things," complete with "secret government experiments involving mind control, time travel, wormholes, [and] teleportation."
  • The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is turning "a new leaf" with the bloom of woodland's garden and installation of its newest president and chief executive, former Parks Department head Adrian Benepe.
  • Sad news for ballet lovers: the New York City Ballet announced it's cancellation of its winter and spring season.
  • And finally, this doggy lays out (literally) what it must be like for some voters waiting for hours to vote.