Monday, January 23, 2023
A mixture of rain and snow. 40 degrees high.
The calendar is full of local events! Click the link or the lady in the upper right corner to see it.
Here are some of the nearly 100 captions submitted by readers for last week’s amazing raccoon photos. (above), photographed by Alan Lipp:
help! I can’t take it any longer…help me! I woke up but I can’t get off…he said swallowing that magnet wouldn’t do me any good…maybe I ate too many gummies…I was told it would be garbage! No one said anything about these rats…no exact change so Rocky devised another means of catching the M10…we building inspectors take our jobs seriously…in Gideon’s bible I shouldn’t have followed some advice… Lucked Coon… I. I hate it. SUPERGLUE….I won’t leave until Artie’s reopens!!!!
Here’s a link to the best raccoon song ever written.
Community Board 7 Joint Park and Transportation Board Meetings will be held tonight on Zoom at 6:30 PM on Monday, January 23rd to address concerns regarding the operations of the new Gilder Center at the American Museum of Natural History, due to open on February 17th. Please click here to register. (Thanks to his UWS Coalition for the information.)
Last week, we published an article about the dangers of gas stoves. The New York Times confirmed[m]We are gathering evidence of potential health risks from gas stoves, including an association with childhood asthma. But the Times also quotes an expert from Harvard University. Click here for simple tips to reduce potential health risks from gas stoves.
Spoiler alert!Someone new and exciting joins Hulu’s cast Only Murders in Buildings, according to the Daily News, a mystery comedy series set in the Upper West Side starring Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez. If you want to be surprised, don’t click here.
Should the NYPD release graphic crime videos? Are you committed to the media, and thus the general public? The violence is “sensational,” raising awareness of the dangers in New York City, deterring visitors, and even traumatizing viewers, according to the Daily News. Others argue that violence gets more clicks and visibility.
Two properties are for sale on W. 73rd StreetLocated between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue, the townhouse offers “a richness of this world and a long-standing relationship with another world.” The American Society for Psychical Research is selling its headquarters for $15 million, The New York Post reports. Check out the interior photos! Also check out his 73rd Street and West End Avenue studio, which was once part of the mansion of Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant. “The main living area is about 350 square feet. The walls are lined with columns and crown molding is on top, not to mention a functional marble fountain the size of an armchair. Price: $400,000.
Have a great week. Don’t forget to look up.