• Hudson River Community Sailing, a center offering affordable sailing lessons in Inwood, invites locals to sail for free for one hour during special community days. [NY Times]
• An Associated supermarket is coming to the old Payless space at 3805 Broadway between 158th and 159th Streets in Washington Heights. [Real Estate Weekly]
• As it continues to expand deeper into Upper Manhattan and other boroughs, Citi Bike is offering a free month of membership to NYCHA tenants and SNAP recipients. [Curbed NY]
• Southern comfort food spot Kitchenette in Morningside Heights has shuttered. [Eater NY]
• Leave your phone at home when heading out to Russell Jackson's new tasting-menu restaurant on Strivers' Row. The chef has banned technology so guests can be more present. [Robb Report]
• Included in this art-to-see-now roundup is "What Is Here Is Open: Selections from the Treasures in the Trash Collection" at Hunter East Harlem Gallery. The show includes found objects from the legendary collection of a former New York sanitation worker. [NY Times]
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