The Briefly for July 26, 2018 – Summer Streets, Ample Hills in Red Hook, Target Apologizes, and More
Are you sitting down? Rent for one- and two-bedroom apartments are on the decline according to Zumper's summer report.
One of Manhattan's original survey bolts from 1811 is still embedded in a rock in Central Park but it's location remains a secret to protect it from being damaged, destroyed, or removed.
A guide to Summer Streets, from Curbed.
“It’s a garbage book and you’re a garbage person.” Sean Spicer's book tour stop in the city didn't go as planned.
More than 90 percent of the people busted in the city for marijuana possession in the 2018 were people of color. The city's new policy on pot arrests takes effect in September.
Dov Bechhofer, a radiologist at Montefiore Medical Center, is suspended while the hospital investigates accusations of having white supremacist views.
Filming around town: John Wick 3 is at 41st and 8th, Madam Secretary w/Tea Leoni is at 65th and Park, The Deuce w/Maggie Gyllenhaal is at 164th and Amsterdam, Gotham is at W 36th and 5th, Netflix and Marvel's The Punisher is at Butler St and 4th Ave in Brooklyn, and Law and Order: SVU is around Atlantic Ave and Hicks St in Brooklyn.
The legal questions around CBD, answered by Gothamist.
The city's next big food hall will be at LaGuardia Airport.
NYCHA admitted it's non-compliance on many issues after years of lying.
Target apologized for your hurt feelings about its one day nod to CBGB during the store opening in the East Village.
This exhibition has everything. Cryptocurreny. Bushwick. Blockchain. Missing vowels in a company's name. UGH.
Governor Cuomo blames Marty Golden for state Republicans' inability to pass the Every School Speed Safety Camera Act. Golden claims to support the bill, but his support has been all talk and no action.
Yelp now has health scores for restaurants in the city. "Grade Pending" is replaced by "Z," which indicates failure.
Only five stations are handicap accessible on the J, Z, M, and L trains in Brooklyn, buses have traditionally been talked about as an alternative, but have had increasingly poor service.
Ample Hills' new ice cream factory, museum, and store in Red Hook opens today.
If it was tall and made of iron, it was likely built by Brooklyn's Mohawk Native American ironworkers who are still contributing to the city's skyline today.
Scott Michael Johnson is the 1,642 identified victim in the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center. His remains were identified using DNA testing.