The Briefly for August 10, 2018 – Weekend Subway Closures, Falling Air Conditioners, and More

Like a Broadway show, the L train shutdown goes into the first of fifteen preview weekends before the full shutdown in April.

Subway changes this weekend for the 2, 5, 7, A, C, E, F, G, J, L, M, N, Q, and R trains. Like a Broadway show, the L train shutdown is in previews this weekend. The 174-175 Street B/D station is closing on Monday for renovations through December.

Every New Yorker’s nightmare: An air conditioner fell out of a window and hit a man sitting on a bench. Oh god.

Korean K9 Rescue is fighting against the dog meat trade and adopting dogs in Bushwick.

James Dolan sucks as an owner of the Rangers, he sucks at the owner of the Knicks, but that is nothing compared to how much he sucks as a musician. His latest dumpster fire is about how he didn’t stop Harvey Weinstein.

There are no stairs that lead to the platform, so when the elevators at the Clark St 2/3 station are out of order, the entire station shuts down.

The Independent’s guide to the NY Democratic primaries.

Filming around town: Gotham is at Review Ave and Greenpoint Ave in Long Island City, Happy w/Chris Meloni is at 25th and 6th, God Friended Me w/Joe Morton is at Greenwich Ave and 7th Ave, Elementary w/Lucy Liu is at 69th Ave and Metropolitan Ave in Forest Hills, FBI w/Jeremy Sisto is at 45th St and 30th Ave in Astoria, Law and Order: SVU is at 107th and Amsterdam Ave, Central Park 5 w/Michael K. Williams is at 104th and Madison, and Manifest w/Josh Dallas is at 72nd and 5th.

A Texas Chicken and Burgers in Harlem is being sued over LGBTQ discrimination.

A white woman called 911 because a black man was handing out flyers in Prospect Lefferts Gardens. The black man was State Sen. Jesse Hamilton.

Wake Forest assistant basketball coach Jamil Jones was arrested after Sandor Szabo, a man he punched in the face, died due to his injuries. The two men had what the Post is calling “an interaction” around 1am on Sunday.

Looking deeper into the Kars4Kids charity than just the annoying song.

Supposedly there are over 10,000 who pickup and cash in cans throughout the city. Canners.nyc tells the story of eight of them.


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