The Briefly for November 23, 2018 – The “Our Airports Are Literally the Worst” Edition

All the weekend subway changes, why holiday windows still matter, Tribeca is the worst, the latest excuse why voting machines failed on election day and more in today’s daily NYC news digest.

It Was A Cold Thanksgiving, Charlie Brown

There’s no “L” in Happy Thanksgiving Weekend,” but there are L trains running this weekend. It’s portions of the 7, J/M, and 5 trains that are taking part of the weekend off. All the scheduled weekend subway service changes. (Subway Changes)

The three most likely airports in the United States to delay flights are… exactly the the airport you think they are. Congrats to JFK, EWR, and LGA for being the best at being the worst. (Viewing NYC)

If you thought your holiday travel was a nightmare, here is an Amtrak train that accidentally broke in half. (Gothamist)

RIP State Senator Jose Peralta, who died of an apparent heart attack at 47 years-old on Wednesday. He represented Queens in the State Senate and assembly since 2003. (Jackson Heights Blog)

Amazon will be getting an additional federal tax break because HQ2 will be in an opportunity zone, but what is an opportunity zone? (The Real Deal)

Thanksgiving without Matt Lauer. What a wonderful world. (NY Times)

Photos from the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. (Gothamist)

Legal pot is likely to come to NY in 2019, but for now the state is debating including medial marijuana in the state’s health-insurance programs. (NY Post)

Brooklyn Black Friday and Small Business Saturday deals. (Brooklyn Paper)

Can New York Republicans bounce back after hitting rock-bottom in 2018? (NY Times)

TriBeCa, it’s the worst! (Tribeca Citizen)

It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity. Mother Nature is the latest excuse why voting machines failed on election day. (NY Post)

Why holiday windows still matter. (NY Times)

Where to eat and drink in Bed Stuy. (Eater)

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