Happy Monday. Make the most of the sunshine this morning as there is, unfortunately, a week ahead of cloud and showers. However, it looks like the weekend is going to be something to look forward to!

Yesterday, in a rainy Times Square, Broadway gathered for a musical vigil to support Ukraine — while along W47th Street, Jim Lahey was hard at work baking fundraising cookies. Read more…

Times Square Broadway Ukraine event

New York City officials recently acknowledged that the personal information of about 820,000 current and former students was compromised in a cybersecurity lapse. If you’re a caregiver wondering what that means for your family, here’s a guide to the steps you can take to better protect your identity and that of your child, according to privacy experts. Read more…

Child in Classroom New York

What we’ve been reading

NYC’s economic balance is blown as the average pizza slice overtakes the price of a subway ride. (Bloomberg)

Macbeth shows are canceled after star Daniel Craig tests positive for COVID. (AP News)

An update on the Gansevoort Peninsular (and beach) at Hudson River Park. (New York Yimby)

Mayor Adams’ actions in clearing New York’s homeless are being compared to those of predecessor Guiliani. (Politico)

What can you learn about life from New York chess hustlers? (Anne Kadet)

Freeze Frame

Thanks to Ziv for this photo of springtime magic on Saturday. “So it begins,” he said on Instagram.

Happy birthday to Cristina Doikos.