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  1. For Those About to Rock, Bar Matchless Is Ready Metropolitan, Today

    One rock venue after another in Brooklyn has closed, so Bar Matchless — home of heavy-metal karaoke — has become a place “you want to play.”...

  2. Mill Basin, Brooklyn: House-Proud, but Not Too Accessible Real Estate, Today

    The remote location was once prestigious, but the lack of subway service is now considered a liability. Still, it means there are deals to be had.

  3. Living in Mill Basin, Brooklyn Slideshow, Today

    A peninsula by Jamaica Bay is popular with boaters and sun lovers.

  4. Squirrel’s Biting Spree in Brooklyn Park Prompts Flurry of Warnings Metro, July 24

    The animal, which has bitten at least five people in Prospect Park, may have been raised by someone, experts say, then released when it became unruly.

  5. Martin Shkreli Says He Will Not Take the Stand in His Defense Business, July 24

    The decision means that the former hedge fund manager’s decision to sharply raise the price of a drug and his social media antics will be kept out of the trial.

  6. New in Town, and Overheating Metro, July 24

    Knowing little about cars, except maybe that steam shouldn’t be billowing from under the hood.

  7. Squirrel Attacks in Prospect Park Lead to Worry of Rabies Metro, July 23

    City health officials said people who might have been bitten by the “unusually aggressive” squirrel in the Brooklyn park should seek medical care.

  8. Mr. Trump’s Russian Base Beyond the Kremlin Editorial, July 24

    Émigrés in Brighton Beach who fled the Soviet Union don’t necessarily dislike Vladimir Putin and have a fondness for his friend in the White House.

  9. Homes That Sold for Around $1,500,000 Real Estate, July 23

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  10. Homes for Sale in New York City Real Estate, July 21

    This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side, in Midtown, and in Park Slope, Brooklyn.

  11. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, July 21

    This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side, in Midtown, and in Park Slope, Brooklyn.

  12. Subway Train Derails in Brooklyn, Disrupting Morning Commute Metro, July 21

    The derailment of a southbound Q train near the Brighton Beach station is the second derailment for New York City’s system in a month.

  13. Coney Island, Ever Changing Metropolitan, July 20

    The photographer Lauren Welles sees a tableau of collective escape on the beach.

  14. A New Brooklyn Clinic for Hotel Workers Who Enjoy No-Cost Care Metro, July 19

    The health center opening in August promises to provide checkups, dental care and physical therapy without having to wait to be seen.

  15. Former Employee Testifies Shkreli Threatened Him and His Family Business, July 18

    In a letter entered into evidence in his fraud trial, Martin Shkreli told the wife of an ex-employee, “I hope to see you and your four children homeless.”...

  16. Abu’s Homestyle in Brooklyn, Where the Bean Pie Is King Metropolitan, July 18

    Neighbor to a large mosque in Bedford-Stuyvesant, the bakery is the home of the navy bean pie, the Nation of Islam-approved healthy snack.

  17. Lawyer for Hasidic Man Convicted in Assault Calls Him a ‘Scapegoat’ Metro, July 17

    Mayer Herskovic was the only person to stand trial in the 2013 gang attack on Taj Patterson in Brooklyn. His lawyer has appealed the verdict.

  18. Ice Cream Cakes Riff on a Childhood Favorite Dining, July 17

    The new frozen cakes at Little Cupcake Bakeshop hark back to the ice cream truck.

  19. The Speed of Silence Slideshow, July 17

    The roar of big engines was replaced by a whir over the weekend as the Formula E circuit, which uses electric-powered cars, visited Brooklyn.

  20. A Brooklyn Murder’s Decades-Old Origins in Rural China Metro, July 16

    What began with a neighbors’ dust-up over household garbage in Fujian Province ends 20-some years later with a fatal shooting outside a Popeye’s in Sunset Park.

  21. Homes That Sold for Around $450,000 Real Estate, July 16

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  22. Franny’s in Brooklyn Will Close Next Month Dining, July 14

    The owners, Francine Stephens and Andrew Feinberg, gave no reason, announcing that “It’s time to say goodbye” on the restaurant’s website.

  23. The Best Neighborhoods for New York Night Workers Real Estate, July 14

    The best New York City neighborhoods for night shift workers, based on commute time, rents and crime statistics.

  24. Homes for Sale in New York City and the Region Real Estate, July 14

    This week’s properties are in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, Thornwood, N.Y., and Stamford, Conn.

  25. On the Market in New York City and the Region Slideshow, July 14

    This week’s properties are in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, Thornwood, N.Y., and Stamford, Conn.

  26. Brooklyn Man Charged With Murder in Manhattan Rap Concert Shooting Metro, July 13

    Daryl Campbell, 31, who goes by the stage name Taxstone, was accused of fatally shooting a 33-year-old bodyguard at a 2016 concert by the rapper T.I.

  27. An Unlikely Race Course on the Red Hook Waterfront Metropolitan, July 13

    Red Hook, Brooklyn joins Monaco and Paris this weekend when it hosts the Formula E ePrix — a Formula One-style race with electric cars.

  28. An Unlikely Race Course on the Red Hook Waterfront Metropolitan, July 13

    Red Hook, Brooklyn joins Monaco and Paris this weekend when it hosts the Formula E ePrix — a Formula One-style race with electric cars.

  29. Martin Shkreli’s Ex-Mentor Testifies About His Bad Behavior Business, July 12

    Steven Richardson, who as chairman of Retrophin fired him as chief executive, was a witness in Mr. Shkreli’s Brooklyn trial on charges of wire and securities fraud.

  30. The East Village Cocktail Bar Elsa Reopens in Cobble Hill Styles, July 12

    Closed three years ago in the East Village, the bright and airy bar and its patrons are back, now on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn.

  31. Brooklyn District Attorney Hopes to Void 1997 Murder Conviction Metro, July 11

    The decision emerged from an inquiry into the casework of Detective Louis Scarcella, but the reason for seeking to overturn the verdict is prosecutors’ misconduct.

  32. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, July 11

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.

  33. A Brooklyn Film School Where the Digital Revolution Didn’t Happen Metropolitan, July 11

    Mono No Aware in Williamsburg offers workshops on analog film making, including how to shoot on 16-millimeter film and use light meters.

  34. Three Generations of Black Women in Family Photos Lens, July 11

    In “Mitochondria,” Nona Faustine celebrates the lives of three generations of African-American women living under one roof.

  35. Three Generations of Black Women in Family Photos Multimedia/Photos, July 11

    In “Mitochondria,” Nona Faustine celebrates the lives of three generations of African-American women living under one roof.

  36. Lawmakers Question Trump’s Stake in Subsidized Housing Complex National, July 10

    Two Democrats are demanding information about potential conflicts of interest, saying the president could profit from decisions made by the housing department.

  37. Chronixx Is Taking His Jamaican Reggae Worldwide Culture, July 9

    This 24-year-old singer and his band, Zincfence Redemption, have played international festivals like Glastonbury and Coachella.

  38. Out of Fizz, Brooklyn’s Senior Seltzer Man Passes the Torch Metro, July 9

    After nearly 60 years on the job, Eli Miller, 84, Brooklyn’s oldest seltzer man, has handed over his route to a young Brooklyn upstart.

  39. Beware the Blooms: Toxic Algae Found in Some City Ponds Metro, July 7

    While most algae are just an eyesore, a type of blue-green algae that can be harmful to dogs and humans has been found in two New York City parks.

  40. Sara Kramer, a New York Native, Finds Herself at Home in Los Angeles Dining, July 7

    Shortly after opening Glasserie in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, Ms. Kramer left to pave a path elsewhere, but her cooking still pulls from her roots.

  41. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, July 7

    This week’s properties are in Hell’s Kitchen, the East Village and Cobble Hill, Brooklyn.

  42. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, July 7

    This week’s properties are in Hell’s Kitchen, the East Village and Cobble Hill, Brooklyn.

  43. At the Center of Change, Cherry’s Unisex Metropolitan, July 7

    Saturday night in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, where the salon is an almost always-open witness to a neighborhood in the throes of change.

  44. When Dead Horse Bay Was True to Its Name Metropolitan, July 6

    Hundreds of thousands of horse carcasses were processed at adjacent Barren Island, which could be smelled from miles away.

  45. Where Women’s Empowerment Means Deadlifting 300 Pounds Metropolitan, July 6

    Women’s Strength Coalition, a weight-lifting group, seeks to introduce women to the sport and raise money for various nonprofits.

  46. Layers of Flaky Dough, and History, at King Tut Pie Dining, July 6

    The flavors of Egypt are tucked into crepes at this new restaurant in a former bodega in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.

  47. In Sheepshead Bay, a Taste of the Turkish Coast Metropolitan, July 6

    Liman, a large Mediterranean seafood restaurant near the water, has a casual, festive atmosphere where both big groups and couples feel welcome.

  48. A Dress Designer Picks Borough Park Real Estate, July 6

    Hazel Teo did not like the “net effective rent” lure, and stood her ground, choosing a studio that charged the same amount each month.

  49. Brooklyn Mirage, a Mammoth Club, Finally Opens in East Williamsburg Styles, July 5

    After a year of false starts, the nightclub opened last weekend as part of Avant Gardner, a cavernous event space in industrial Brooklyn.

  50. Wanting Martin Shkreli to Stop Talking, Prosecutors Seek Judge’s Help Business, July 4

    The drug entrepreneur’s Twitter messages and comments to reporters during his fraud trial are part of “a campaign of disruption,” prosecutors argued.

  51. Creating a Home for L.G.B.T. Seniors in New York City Metro, July 3

    Two new affordable-housing buildings in Brooklyn and the Bronx will serve older gay people who may feel isolated in other retirement homes.

  52. Savory Spices Warm the Ice Cream at a Brooklyn Food Hall Dining, July 3

    Malai Ice Cream has opened a pop-up counter with frozen desserts flavored with Indian spices.

  53. Homes That Sold for Around $750,000 Real Estate, July 2

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  54. Colleagues in Blue Hold Their Collective Breath for Injured Officer Metro, June 30

    Officer Dalsh Veve, 35, remains in a coma a month after being slung off a speeding car in Brooklyn and sustaining catastrophic head trauma.

  55. For Two San Francisco Transplants, an Easy Transition Real Estate, June 30

    When they left the west coast for New York, they discovered what they hadn’t known they were looking for.

  56. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, June 30

    This week’s properties are on Sutton Place, in Lenox Hill, and in Downtown Brooklyn.

  57. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, June 30

    This week’s properties are on Sutton Place, in Lenox Hill, and in Downtown Brooklyn.

  58. Michael K. Williams Is More Than Omar From ‘The Wire’ Metropolitan, June 30

    Mr. Williams has made a career of bringing nuance and contrast to his roles, inspired by the swaggering characters he grew up with in East Flatbush.

  59. How Diksha Basu, a Novelist, Spends Her Sundays Metropolitan, June 30

    Ms. Basu juggles new motherhood, lunch with friends, visits with her parents and spurts of fiction writing.

  60. The Clarion Call of Being Canadian Styles, June 29

    When you have three passports, what country do you choose?...

  61. Letter of Recommendation: The Pull-Up Magazine, June 29

    A quest to perfect an exercise of form and strength.

  62. D’Angelo Russell, Happy for a Fresh Start, Is Ready to Lead the Nets His Way Sports, June 26

    Criticized by the Lakers executive Magic Johnson for not playing a greater role in Los Angeles, Russell said he would lead by example in Brooklyn.