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NYC is the birthplace of the modern LGBTQ+ rights movement, so it only makes sense that this weekend was celebrated to the max. And after two-years without a fully in-person Pride March, New Yorkers made sure yesterday’s event was an extravagant affair! We’ve rounded up some of the most fabulous looks and exciting moments from yesterday’s NYC Pride March. See them all here.
A new safety pilot program will install 100 surveillance cameras in NYC subways cars. The program comes in response to the devastating shooting in Sunset Park this past April, to help provide police with video footage that can be used as evidence in the case of an incident or crime. Some of the newer model cars are even being built with cameras already installed. Learn more about the program here.
Make your own custom 1-lb Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup at the Reese’s Stuff Your Cup experience in Hershey’s Chocolate World in Times Square. Select from a variety of delicious mix-ins for your peanut butter cup, from cookie crumbles to marshmallows to even potato chips! A “Reese’s tasteologist” will then fold in your chosen ingredients, put it in the iconic chocolate shell, and it’ll be ready to eat. Find out more here.
The Bronx is now home to a new massive JLo mural, plus ones on the Lower East Side & Murray Hill. The murals come just in time to celebrate the New York native’s new movie, Halftime. Each mural highlights different moments in the beloved musician and actress’s career, from her Super Bowl Halftime performance to her call to social responsibility. Take a peek at what they look like here.
Starting next month, theater goers will have the option to wear a mask or not throughout the duration of the show. Though masks will still be encouraged, they will no longer be required. The League will reevaluate the ‘mask optional’ policy in regards to case numbers on a monthly basis, and determine from there whether the policy needs to be adjusted. Read more here.