The "We Might Still Get Him" Edition

Pride, vaccinated summer beers, New York vs the NRA, restaurants with great views, support for to-go cocktails, and more

Today - Low: 73˚ High: 84˚
Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

Thanks to reader Courtney for today’s featured photo from some pretty good seats! Send in your NYC photo to

• Your beer suggestions for a vaccinated summer and what NYC activities they pair with. (Brew York)

• Congrats to Manhattan, which reached Joe Biden's vaccination goal of at least 70% by July 4th with 77.7% of eligible adults getting at least one shot. (Rich Scinto for Patch)

• If you're someone who is childless primarily works from home, and doesn't talk to your immediate neighbors much, you may need a reminder that the school year has ended and things are gonna get a lot noisier at home. (Matt Troutman for Patch)

• The Stonewall Inn is boycotting Anheuser-Busch. Anheuser-Busch is appropriating pride in its advertising and sponsorships but made donations totaling $35,350 to 29 anti-LGBTQ legislators behind recent bills attacking trans youth. Find out more about it at (Melissa Kravitz Hoeffner for Eater)

• Photos: The 29th Annual Dyke March. This year's theme was "Black Dyke Power." (Amanda Hatfield for BrooklynVegan)

• The George Floyd statue at Flatbush Junction was vandalized by the insignia of a white supremacy group that has been active in Brooklyn. The police have identified four people in connection with the vandalism and are asking for the public's help to identify them. (Ben Brachfeld for Brooklyn Paper)

• Interview: A fascinating interview with NYPD Dermot Shea that does not shy away from George Floyd, defunding the police, reforms, the power of police unions, and more. (Jami Floyd for Gothamist)

• Manhattan prosecutors have informed Donald Trump's company that it could soon face criminal charges stemming from a long-running investigation into the former president's business dealings. Booyah. (Adam Nichols for Patch)

• The fight between New York state and the NRA continues on as the NRA has been using every possible tactic to wriggle out of the suit to no avail (so far). (Nick Reisman for NY1)

• Attorney General Letitia James's office hasn't been solely focused on the NRA. Johnson & Johnson will pay New York State more than $230 million in a settlement that also ensures the company will permanently get out of the opioid business in the US. The money will be used for mitigating future harm, education, and addiction treatment. (Sarah Maslin Nir for NY Times)

• Curbed checks in on the co-living industry post-pandemic and discovers that it's not surviving, it's flourishing. (Kem Velsey for Curbed)

• 78% of New Yorkers in support of a permanent extension of to-go and carryout drinks. There is still support in the state's legislature to bring it back. (Matt Troutman for Patch)

• The Entertainers Basketball Classic in Rucker Park in Harlem is back and is running through August 13. (Akash Pandey for Gothamist)

• Six takeaways from the City Council primary results. (David Cruz for Gothamist)

• Takeout ice cream sandwiches are now available from Michelin-starred restaurant Musket Room. Based on the photos, they are pretty sizable. (Shaye Weaver for Time Out)

• A look at Theif in Williamsburg, a new bar where everything is inspired by 1980’s NYC’s graffiti, art, and music scene. (Melissa Kravitz Hoeffner for Greenpointers)

• 13 essential restaurants in Ozone Park and South Ozone Park. (Caroline Shin for Eater)

• Cockapoos are the city's top trending dog breed according to Rover, followed by the Havanese. We're pretty sure that The Briefly's EVP of chasing tennis balls is a cockapoo, but he's a rescue so he's listed as a mutt. (Matt Troutman for Patch)

• Real Estate Lust: A $3.3 million Park Slope townhouse with two duplexes, each with outdoor space, high ceilings, a fireplace, a cast iron tub, and is two blocks from Prospect Park. (Dana Schulz for 6sqft)

• A look inside the newly renovated L’industrie Pizzeria in Williamsburg. (Ryan Sutton for Eater)

• 14 restaurants with stunning city views. (Michele Herrmann for Eater)

Featured Pet: The Jetskiing Pitbull

Thanks to Michael for sending in this photo of his neighbor’s pitbull, whom I’ve nicknamed “Shades” in my mind, who loves her rides on the jet ski and she cries if he goes out without her on it. Send in your pet photos to