The Briefly for October 28, 2019 – The “NYC’s Ten Most Affordable Neighborhoods” Edition

The late-night subway disruptions, Wegmans’ opening day, the subway bandit is back, the JMZ elevated track is falling apart, top-notch Brazilian and more in today’s daily NYC news digest.

This week’s late-night subway disruptions are pretty rough, hitting the 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, A, D, E, J, and L trains. (Subway Weekender)

Reports from the first day of early voting. (Politico)

Here’s your info on early voting locations and this year’s ballot questions.

Keith Haring’s ‘Crack is Wack’ mural is back. (6sqft)

The ten most affordable neighborhoods in NYC. (Curbed)

Today is the day when the City Council will vote on disciplining Andy King for violating the anti-harassment policy, using city funds to plan a retreat timed to his daughter’s vacation, and firing staff members he thought were cooperating with the investigation into his activities. (NY Times)

Everything you need to know about the 2019 NYC marathon. (Curbed)

Time to pay your overdue library fees to the Brooklyn Public Library, they’re nearly a quarter billion dollars behind on their funding. (Brooklyn Paper)

New York is the third-worst rat-infested city in the nation according to Orkin. (Patch)

Here’s something different. A piece of an elevated subway track smashed through a car and it wasn’t the 7 train. This time around it was the J/M/Z near Myrtle Ave and Broadway. (Gothamist)

Just in case you thought the “Watchtower Sign Becomes A Welcome Sign” story was over, you’re wrong. Whoever takes over the lease can replace the sign to say whatever they want. (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)

Where to go when you don’t want to make a big deal about your anniversary. (The Infatuation)

The one-star reviews are pouring in for the Downtime Bar, which allowed Harvey Weinstein through its doors and kicked out the women who confronted him instead of Weinstein. (Yelp)

The Department of Environmental Conservation gave the go-ahead to turn 18 acres of wetlands in Staten Island to a BJ’s. (Gothamist)

The latest city food trend is Cantonese rice noodle rolls. (Eater)

The subway brake bandit Isaiah Thompson is back, with his latest crime being pushing a woman down onto the subway platform. He was arrested shortly afterward. (Gothamist)

If your Halloween BINGO card had “black children being portrayed hanging with nooses in a window in Clinton Hill,” it’s time to see if you have BINGO. (NY Times)

One day we will have to reckon with the traffic apocalypse that Amazon’s one-day delivery will rain down upon us. (NY Times)

Sunday’s rain did not deter the Wegmaniacs from showing up in droves. (NY Times)

Where to go for top-notch Brazilian food in the city. (Eater)