Welcome back from the Memorial Day Weekend. Over the weekend, there was chaos in the subway, lines for East River ferries, and a new addition to the Fearless Girl Statue.

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Street vendor turf war leads to brawl in Lower Manhattan

In a Lonely Corner of Coney Island, a Fight Over Care for the Vulnerable

Woman threatened with acid attack, robbed at Upper East Side cash machine

Street vendor turf war leads to brawl in Lower Manhattan

A video shows a battle for supremacy among dueling food vendors on Wall Street. (ABC7)

Subway performer attacked with own hula hoop for defending straphangers from dancers

A member of a subway dance group attacked another performer with his own hula hoop after he stuck up for two elderly straphangers at the Union Square train station, the victim said Monday. (The Daily News)

In a Lonely Corner of Coney Island, a Fight Over Care for the Vulnerable

Life at Oceanview Manor Home for Adults is at the center of the latest court battle involving the New York State Department of Health. (ProPublica)

Brooklyn Woman Loses Life Savings In Scam

On May 11, a woman stopped and asked her for directions at the corner of Nostrand and Church avenues – but the divulged that she was from Africa and had just inherited a lot of money that she could not take home. (CBS New York)

New Yorkers Eagerly Head to Ferries, and Grumpily Board Them

All-too-familiar problems with New York City’s overloaded subways have now made their way aboveground to the city’s newest transit option: ferries. (New York Times)

Pissed off artist adds statue of urinating dog next to ‘Fearless Girl’

City sculptor Alex Gardega — seething over the Fearless Girl statue being placed across from Wall Street’s Charging Bull — has decided to retaliate with a work of his own. (New York Post)

Woman threatened with acid attack, robbed at Upper East Side cash machine

A robber threatened to throw acid at a woman withdrawing cash at a Lenox Hill bank Monday afternoon — less than three weeks after a similar stickup at the same bank. (The Daily News)

Gun-Toting Cyclist Shoots 4 Men on 14th Street After Dancing at Club

Police are searching for a bike-riding gunman who shot four people outside of an apartment building on West 14th Street early Saturday morning, after being caught on video dancing at a nearby bar, according to the NYPD. (DNAinfo)

NYC subway slashing victim wants to know why attacker targeted her

A woman was pushing her 18-month-old son in a stroller on a downtown No. 5 train Sunday when another passenger lashed out and cut her across her face, opening a 5-inch gash from the top of her forehead to the top of her left cheek. (The Daily News)

Oculus is still leaking despite Port Authority saying it isn’t

The rain this past week caused puddles and slick floors near the balconies and elevators on both sides of Ground Zero’s $4 billion transit hub, and, at this point, the problem is considered chronic. (New York Post)


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