Extra Extra: One way to spend the weirdest week of the year

It’s Tuesday afternoon in New York City and lice seems to be making a comeback in New York City schools after a pandemic hiatus.

Here’s what else is happening:

  • A little water goes a long way when it comes to making a good cup of coffee, according to a new study which shows that adding water to coffee beans before grinding them could make a difference.
  • There are so many Emmas and Liams in New York City.
  • A new bill in New York would force businesses along the New York State Thruway to be open on Sundays, including future Chick-Fil-A restaurants, which are famously closed nationwide on Sundays.
  • Nate’s Detroit Pizza, Salon and Superiority Burger all made Eater’s new favorite restaurants list of 2023.
  • If you’re getting food from any of the restaurants that made Eater’s list, it’s probably best not to order take-out because delivery prices went way up this year.
  • It’s the weirdest week of the year. Why not spend part of it watching an equally weird movie?
  • “I think that whoever did Chelsea Market did a great thing, it improved the area. I used to shop in the meat market there when it was an actual meat market. But I think Hudson Yards is ugly, dreadful, a mall that doesn’t belong in New York,” says 98-year-old New Yorker Dorothy Wiggins, who shared her hot takes alongside other 90-somethings for this piece.
  • And finally, rain rain go away:

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