That moment you realize you live in the center of a pentagram of Popeyes. Get on your tinfoil hats, my friends, the vibes are getting too wild for comfort

In Kensington, a legend was born on horseback [Brooklyn Paper]
Stella is over. She was a blip. People freaked out anyway [Gothamist]
Trump’s travel ban leads to drop in NYC tourism [Crain’s]
Solar experiment lets BK neighbors trade energy among themselves [New York Times]
The best ways to volunteer and get involved in NYC [Curbed]
1 million NYC homes can’t get Verizon FiOS, so the city just sued Verizon [Arts Technica]
Albert Einstein’s eyeballs are stored in a safety deposit box in NYC [Untapped Cities]
Crown Heights’ Crow Bar drops name some locals said was racist [Gothamist]
‘The New Brooklyn’ looks at gentrification, inequality, growth [Brownstoner]
It’s legal for 14-year-olds to marry in New York. Should it be? [New York Times]

Fantasy prompt of the day: What if you could 3D print your dream apartment? Praise be technology.

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