The Briefly for October 23, 2019 – The “Do You Know Your Answer to These Five Questions?” Edition

The worst landlord in the city, a new exemption for jury duty, two Proud Boys are proudly going to jail, the best 24-hour restaurants, and more in today’s daily NYC news digest.

Stop taking photos on the Highbridge stairs that were seen in the incel motion picture Joker. (Gothamist)

Video: Heroes Desus & Mero took to the Bronx to tell idiots to not get robbed while on their ways to dance on the stairs. (Welcome2TheBronx)

Yesterday I told you that the 7 train was the best-performing train in the city. Today, the 7 train is the #1 train when it comes to giant rusty bolts falling from its tracks and destroying car windshields below. (Gothamist)

Congratulations are in order for Phillip Wischerth, who is the landlord in the city who has evicted the most tenants. I never said we were congratulating him for something good. (Patch)

2019 Election: Do you know the five questions on the ballot this year? Of course, you don’t. Here they are. (Gothamist)

Midtown Comics is headed to Astoria to open a new store, further blurring the line of “where does Midtown end and where does Astoria begin?” (Give Me Astoria)

This weekend is your last opportunity to hit the Hester Street fair for the year. (The Villager)

Most people don’t get personal tours of the NYPD’s Manhattan headquarters, but German porn star Annina Ucatis doesn’t appear to be “most people.” (Patch)

Two members of the terrorist group Proud Boys will spend four years in prison for their part of a brawl with Antifa protestors. (NY Times)

Breastfeeding mothers are now exempt from jury duty as of Monday. (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)

The MTA is redesigning the bus network in the Bronx adding two new local routes and an express line, but advocates say the plan falls short of being “truly transformational.” (Curbed)

City Council Member Andy King is facing potential suspension, fines, removal from his committee posts and the installation of a monitor to oversee his office in response to a laundry list of ethics violations substantiated by his fellow lawmakers. (Politico)

The best 24-hour restaurants in the city. (Thrillist)