Political and pickleball upheaval alike in today’s Bwoglines.

Happening in the World: Peru has sworn in its first female president, Dina Boluarte, after the impeachment of former president Pedro Castillo. Castillo’s impeachment came after he attempted to dissolve the country’s congress and replace it with a new governmental system. Congress held an emergency session and impeached him that same day. Castillo had been fighting allegations of corruption, and has now been detained and accused of rebellion. (BBC)

Happening in the US: The State of Indiana is suing the social media platform TikTok, claiming the app misuses consumer information and is inappropriate and misleading to younger users. The complaint was filed yesterday by Republican Attorney General Todd Rokita, coming after several similar efforts in Maryland, South Dakota, Nebraska, and South Carolina. TikTok said in a company statement that safety, privacy, and security are its “top priorities.” (AP)

Happening in NYC: Pickleball is no longer allowed in Seravalli Playground after a months-long conflict between parents and pickleball players. The issue was brought to a public hearing last month, with parents concerned about safety and space for children in the park. Some pickleball players in the community lament that more could have been done to mediate the situation before an all-out ban, and although several new pickleball locations have been opened to make more room for players in other parks, Seravalli was a “hub for the area’s pickleball community.” (The Gothamist)

Happening in Our Community: The 9th Annual Cardiovascular Summit will be held today in the Milstein Family Heart Center from 7 am to 5 pm. Hosted by New York-Presbyterian and Columbia University Irving Medical Center, the summit is a day-long course on a variety of interdisciplinary topics taught by internationally-renowned experts.

Seravalli Playground via Wikimedia Commons