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–Commuters endured a terrible ride home on the F Train last night. [Daily News]

–At a hearing yesterday, City Council members told officials with the Department of Transportation that the city is undergoing a congestion crisis. [Gotham Gazette]

–Ian Schrager’s Public Hotel opens tomorrow on Chrystie St. Meanwhile, he’s secured a $173 million loan from Starwood Capital Group for the luxury condo/hotel/nightlife project. [The Real Deal]

–There could be a hitch in the $35 million sale of Webster Hall. [Daily News]

–This year’s Macy’s Fourth of July fireworks show will be returning to the East River, and it will be bigger than usual. [NY1]

–Bar at Uchu, an “ultra-exclusive” spot featuring Japanese whiskeys, opens June 13 at 217 Eldridge St. [Eater]

–Canal Street vape shop operator Pierre Nguyen cannot keep his newest product, the much talked about fidget spinners, in stock. [Village Voice]

–A visit to Hotel 50 Bowery and to some of Chinatown’s more notable historic sites. [The Epoch Times]

–A Chinatown cop is also a “classical music virtuoso.” [People]

–Metropolitan Diary: Memories of Moishe and a “$1 million check” at Economy Candy. [New York Times]

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