Good morning and welcome to a windy Wednesday. It’s going to be a bit colder than it looks — and overnight there will be rain turning to snow. So tomorrow morning we might be waking up to an inch of white flakes.
As Broadway battles Omicron and a slow winter tourism season, there’s a new avenue to support theater’s multi-talented artists — check out The Broadway Makers Marketplace, open now through the end of February at Turnstyle Underground Market in Columbus Circle. Find out more…
With home fitness leader Peloton in a spin, New York gyms are coming back with a personal experience. We chatted to Nathaniel Feliciano at Studio 16 about fitness fads and how “working from home, eating at home and now working out at home is a bit too much to ask of any human long term — especially in NYC.” Read more…
What we’ve been reading
“Do you own a car?” — prepare to answer if you want to join a community board in Manhattan. (Streetsblog)
Where are riders getting on the subway now? (New York Times)
Broadway is dimming the lights for Sidney Poitier. (Broadway News)
Reviving old railway lines in New York and across the US. (Fast Company)
Is the GIF finally falling out of favor? (Vice)
Many gathered at the Red Steps in Times Square last night to honor the life of Michelle Go, who was killed in Saturday’s senseless subway incident. It’s impossible to make sense of Saturday’s incident. “This is our neighborhood, this is our city. We all should do better, we all need to do better.,” said Brian Suk on Twitter as he shared this photo from the candlelight vigil.
Happy birthday to Shane Hathaway and Hillary Davis.