Good Friday afternoon in New York City, where the summer solstice is going to be cooler than normal. Here's what else is happening:

  • Midtown has a neat little "hidden" outdoor plaza on top of the Moynihan Train Hall tracks.
  • The New York Post has officially endorsed Tom Suozzi in the Democratic gubernatorial primary.
  • The NYPD said it's looking for a suspect who ran over a toddler with a moped on the Lower East Side earlier this month.
  • New Jersey is suing the Ford Motor Company for allegedly dumping toxic sludge on Ramapough Lenape land for decades near its Ringwood, New Jersey plant.
  • The dream of 2010 is alive in Red Hook, where Fort Defiance is once again craftin' cocktails.
  • About 30% of private American employers are giving workers the day off for Juneteenth this year.
  • "Inflation doesn’t matter as much if you don’t spend money": Welcome to the intense world of frugal lifestyle adherents.
  • Here it is, the first scripted Netflix show from the Obamas' production company: Bodkin, a "dark comedic thriller" about podcasters trying to solve a missing persons case in rural Ireland, starring Will Forte.
  • The U.S. Navy is testing a new maritime surveillance technique that involves listening for the sounds of shrimp in the ocean bouncing off potential enemy boats.
  • "Honestly, I thought there'd be more arches," reads this fair (?) one-star Yelp review of Arches National Park in Utah.
  • Raccoons are very popular on the Gram.
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  • And finally, mauled: