Every weekday we bring you Live at Five in Five, a series that highlights the most noteworthy events of the day in our fair City.
We are in the deep freeze in New York City. Temperatures barely hit the freezing point in the metropolitan region. The news was quite chilly as well. Although if one seeks warmth, one may find it in the city's religious communities.
The air conditioner must have thought its owners crazy because there was no way it was going to work so hard to make the apartment colder than the air outside. Apparently, there are a bunch of air conditioner suicides taking place this season. Watch out below.
The weather is not the only thing that is cold. The city and the teachers' union are frozen on their positions in the teacher evaluation deal. The deadline has passed, so the money is gone.
The South Ferry station is going through a deep freeze of its own. Construction on the station is expected to last three years. Upon its completion, the city will be under water due to global warming.
There was a drafty breeze between two roommates in the NYU dorms. One did not want to share the room with her roommate's four-year-old son because of wine and sent off a whiny missive to the school to rectify the situation.
If you want to get away from the cold, here is a guide to Jewish neighborhoods were things are hot and steamy. Or if you are of the Christian faith and seek a little warmth, here is a monsignor that is willing to help you out with that.