Good morning and happy Wednesday. Did you get up to see the snow flurry in the middle of the night? Today and tomorrow we will have sunshine with temperatures in the high 30s. Enjoy getting outside…

A man was detained by police Tuesday after apparently interrupting Sarah Jessica Parker as she filmed the new season of And Just Like That…, the Sex and the City sequel, on 10th Avenue. Read more…

Arrest Sex and the City 10th Avenue


One of Midtown’s most well-known grill spots is overdone — Ruth’s Chris Steak House has announced that it will close in April. After serving up pre-theater filets and ribeyes for 30 years on W51st Street, the steak house has decided not to renew its lease. Read more…

Ruth's Chris Steak House

What we’ve been reading

Farewell to the warmest January on record. (Secret NYC)

Manhattan’s Borough President has plans to convert vacant spaces to housing. (New York Times)

As a dyed pink pigeon in distress is found in a Manhattan park, have gender reveal parties gone too far? (New York Post)

A 492-room former Holiday Inn in the Financial District has been given the green light as a migrant shelter. (Bisnow)

What to do if your dog eats an air tag. (WSJ)

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President Joe Biden Western Rail Yards

President Joe Biden was on the West Side yesterday to discuss the Hudson River Tunnel Project. Even with the $292m commitment from the Infrastructure Bill, NY Times reporter Patrick McGeehan does not hold out that much hope for the project after the visit.

“There’s still the big question of will this ever happen. President Biden says it will, and Senator Schumer says it will, but we have been down this road before. The last attempt to build a tunnel under the Hudson ended when Chris Christie pulled the plug on it, and that project was further along than this one is. It had already lined up its federal funding, and the crews had actually started digging,” McGeehan said this morning.

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