From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle:
Emergency repairs on a crumbling section of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway will mean closing most of the busy highway between Atlantic Avenue and Sands Street during three weekends and an unspecified number of nights between March and October of 2023.
From Complex News:
By now, you’ve likely heard the NBA pregame tunnel be compared to a fashion runway. Sure, it’s become a bit of a cliché when it comes to discussing the relationship between basketball and fashion and it’s probably hard to find many similarities between the Oratoire du Louvre and the inner workings of Capital One Arena, but the point is hard to argue when you see some of the eye-catching looks being shown off across an 82-game season. And one of the NBA pregame tunnel’s most talked-about models is Washington Wizards forward Kyle Kuzma.
As Britain continues to mourn their late monarch Queen Elizabeth II—and grapple with her, er, complicated legacy—two women have reportedly been sexually assaulted while standing in a now 24-hours-long line to pay their respects, according to the Mirror UK.
After declaring an official, last-minute bank holiday for Queen Elizabeth’s funeral, UK citizens were invited to view Lizzie’s coffin at Westminster Hall, on display until the funeral procession begins. But as thousands of mourners waited in the queue at Victoria Tower Gardens on Wednesday night, 19-year-old Adio Adeshine allegedly took the opportunity to expose himself and press his genitals against at least two women from behind.
From Bleacher Report:
The Golden State Warriors don’t want to envision a scenario in which Draymond Green suits up for another team.
Green can opt out of the final year of his deal and hit free agency in 2023. Speaking with The Athletic’s Tim Kawakami, Warriors general manager Bob Myers said the four-time All-Star is “not a guy we look at and say he’s not going to be around.”
From the New York Daily News:
At least three people were killed Saturday when two small planes collided mid-air over Boulder County, Colo.
A single-engine Cessna 172 and a Sonex Xenos crashed into each other in flight near Vance Brand Airport in Longmon just before 9 a.m., according to the Federal Aviation Administration.