Good morning @metronewyork. Here, without further ado, is the Metro6@7:
“Seinfeld” super fans descended on a pop-up replica of the show’s inconic New York City apartment as part of a promotion to celebrate the arrival of the hit show on Hulu.Luckily for our Metro reporter, the assignment was a win-win: She’s a huge “Seinfeld” fan.
SECOND PRISON WORKER CHARGED IN GREAT ESCAPE
A second New York prison employee has been arrestedfor the escape of two convicted murderers who have eluded a massive police manhunt for almost three weeks.
SEE ME: DOCUBOOK ON HOMELESS YOUTH
TheReciprocity Foundationis on the front lines of a growing homeless youth crisis, helping with both their material — and spiritual — needs. Now in its 10th year, the foundation joined with photographer Alex Fradkin to publish “See Me,”a docubook on their important work.
New York City Housing Authority apartments that need major repairs are staying vacant for years,costing an estimated $8 million in rent the struggling agency could have used to pay for repairs and improved services for public housing residents, an audit released by City Comptroller Scott Stringer’s office found .
Thursday marks the most important draft for the Knicks in 30 years, and while they were initially disappointed in getting the No. 4 pick, there’s still talent to be had. Team president Phil Jackson addressed the team’s draft needs and summer free-agency plans, noting that Thursday night begins his blueprint of changing the franchise’s fortune. Metro’s sports desk has the story.
‘ORANGE’ FASHION TIPS
Prison life has never been hotter, thanks to Netflix’s hit show “Orange is the New Black.” Season 2 premiered this month and “Spanish Harlem” has maintained a strong presence on the show, especially leader Gloria Mendoza, whose storyline with her son Benito becomes more prominent.We caught up with Selenis Leyva, Laura Gomez and Jessica Pimentel, who play Litchfield inmates Gloria Mendoza, Blanca Flores and Maria Ruiz, respectively, and asked them their favorite beauty secrets.