Extra Extra: Mets Players Now Booing Mets Fans For Booing Them

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• Apparently the Mets are booing their own fans now, and that is the Mets-iest thing I can imagine.

• Walking is apparently the new culture war.

Here’s the best piece you’ll read today about Margaritaville, the new Jimmy Buffet-themed Times Square oasis.

• The European Union has recommended that unvaccinated travelers from the United States should be banned from nonessential travel to its member states.

Here’s the latest on what’s happening in Louisiana amidst the fallout from Hurricane Ida.

• Is “long COVID,” the symptoms of which can last months after an infection, a major concern for people who are already vaccinated?

• Vulture has the Succession season three feature story you’ve been waiting for: “Succession doesn’t do Game of Thrones ratings, but to an audience of Emmy voters, the extremely online, and the extremely with taste, it’s the best show on TV. The Roy family fights, fusses, backstabs, and stumbles over its own emotions.”

• Things are not going so great over at Good Morning America, where co-hosts George Stephanopoulos and Robin Roberts are allegedly “at each other’s throats over the handling of claims that their former boss sexually assaulted multiple women at the network.”

• Pandemic-related shortages aren’t going away unfortunately: “Delays, product shortages and rising costs continue to bedevil businesses large and small. And consumers are confronted with an experience once rare in modern times: no stock available, and no idea when it will come in.”

• A person impersonating Jonathan Richman apparently conned an Olympia music festival.

• And finally, this dog knows cats don’t belong outside: