Manhattan Club Sued For Sex Trafficking | Week In Review
Also: UWS Hot Dog Stand Ranked Best In U.S. | Last Papaya King May Be Demolished | 125th St. Cleanup Jeopardized By Cuts
Nick Garber,Patch Staff
Posted Fri, Jul 1, 2022 at 2:22 pm ET
NEW YORK CITY — Miss any headlines in Manhattan this week? Patch’s week in review has you covered for the borough’s top news — from the possible demise of Papaya King to a park being stormed by goats.
In honor of July 4, Google released the highest-rated hot dog spots in the country — and a UWS stand near Central Park was named No. 1.
Developer Extell has filed plans to demolish a prominent 86th Street corner that includes the Papaya King flagship, which faces legal woes.
Cheering onlookers watched on as the goat interns came scampering back into Riverside Park on Wednesday.
Chronically-filthy blocks of 125th Street look cleaner than ever thanks to a city cleanup program — but new cuts may mean “going backwards.”
Sapphire, an Upper East Side club, is accused of luring young employees into a prostitution ring and threatening them if they resisted.
Hours after the Pride March ended, hundreds of people were sent running when fireworks were mistaken for gunshots in Washington Square Park.