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  1. ‘I Got Tired of Hunting Black and Hispanic People’ New York, December 6

    Multiple police officers in Brooklyn say they were told by a commander that white and Asian people should be left alone.

  2. Around the World in 5 Kids’ Games Interactive, December 6

    Hand-clapping games are played in schoolyards everywhere, in every language. Eventually they find their way to New York City.

  3. R. Kelly Used Bribe to Marry Aaliyah When She Was 15, Charges Say New York, December 5

    He bribed a government employee in 1994 so that he could obtain a fake ID for the singer Aaliyah, a person familiar with the matter said.

  4. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, December 5

    This week’s properties are in Harlem, Lincoln Square, and Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

  5. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, December 5

    This week’s properties are in Harlem, Lincoln Square, and Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

  6. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, December 3

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  7. I Was ‘Too Much’ for Boarding School. But I Had the Garcia Sisters. Opinion, November 30

    Reading books by Latina writers taught me our stories were worthy of being told.

  8. Artist’s Studio: How About the Living Room? Real Estate, November 29

    As rents for studios and lofts rise, many young artists find themselves working from home and adjusting their art to fit into smaller spaces.

  9. Where to Eat and Drink at 14 N.Y.C. Museums Right Now Arts, November 28

    Dine while overlooking Central Park, sip mezcal in East Harlem or get a taste of Pierre Cardin’s Parisian bistro in Brooklyn.

  10. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, November 28

    This week’s properties are in Forest Hills, Queens, Kensington, Brooklyn, and the Beekman neighborhood.

  11. Serve a Full Thanksgiving Meal on an L Train? Just Watch Them New York, November 26

    A posting of a video of the meal on TikTok garnered more than 152,000 likes.

  12. Trading Houseplants and Making Friends Real Estate, November 26

    Plant swaps have become a way to ditch old plants, find new ones and meet new people along the way.

  13. Homes That Sold for Around $750,000 Real Estate, November 24

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  14. Restoring Brooklyn’s Queen of Department Stores Real Estate, November 22

    The cast-iron facade of the original Abraham & Straus store in Downtown Brooklyn was saved and attached to the base of a new glass tower.

  15. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx Real Estate, November 21

    This week’s properties are in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, on the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, and in Hell’s Kitchen.

  16. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, November 21

    This week’s properties are in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, on the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, and in Hell’s Kitchen.

  17. Three Students, $3,000 and a Dream: An Affordable Brooklyn Apartment. Where Did They Wind Up? Interactive, November 21

    Two N.Y.U. seniors and a recent graduate joined forces to look for a Brooklyn home that wasn’t ‘too tiny, too dingy or too sketchy.’ Here’s what they found.

  18. $1.8 Million Homes in Rhode Island, New York and Texas Real Estate, November 20

    An 1840s rowhouse in Providence, a condominium in Brooklyn and a Normandy chateau-style house in Dallas.

  19. What You Get for $1.8 Million Slideshow, November 20

    An 1840s rowhouse in Providence, a condominium in Brooklyn and a Normandy chateau-style house in Dallas.

  20. From Sunrise to Sunset: The Long School Days of Homeless Students Reader Center, November 19

    Following Darnell and Sandivel, we were yawning by lunchtime. But they’re in elementary school, and they do it every day.

  21. How to Throw a Romantic Greek Dinner Party T Magazine, November 19

    The chef Mina Stone opened a casual Greek restaurant at MoMA PS1 in Queens last week and celebrated the occasion at an artist’s studio in Brooklyn.

  22. Falsely Imprisoned for 23 Years: Now He’s Received $7 Million New York, November 19

    The payout “doesn’t settle what I went through,” said Derrick Hamilton, who accused the police of fabricating evidence.

  23. Only One Choice at This Restaurant Food, November 18

    The Whole Bowl, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, serves just one thing: a layered lunch.

  24. She Hung Nooses on Halloween. What Happened Next Was Surprising. New York, November 15

    Uproar on Instagram. Then, a frank conversation about race.

  25. Halloween Nooses in Brooklyn? Outrage Yields to a Teachable Moment New York, November 15

    Offensive decorations sparked neighborhood protests and vitriol online. But after the Instagram explosion came a frank conversation about race.

  26. ‘Almost Family’ in My Almost House Real Estate, November 15

    What it’s like to have your home replicated on a sound stage and watch it become a regular character on TV.

  27. What It’s Like to Watch TV Replicate Your Home Real Estate, November 15

    Visiting a set that has been designed to look just like your home can be more than a little trippy.

  28. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, November 14

    This week’s properties are in Alphabet City, Jackson Heights, Queens, and Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.

  29. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, November 14

    This week’s properties are in Alphabet City, Jackson Heights, Queens, and Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.

  30. We Spent the Night at a Bodega and Wrote It All Down Business, November 14

    Eight hours, 322 sales, two cops, one America’s Next Top Model, and one very persistent drug dealer.

  31. Bishop Named by Pope to Investigate Abuse Is Accused Himself New York, November 13

    Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, who was recently chosen to lead an inquiry into clergy abuse in Buffalo, faces an accusation of molesting an altar boy in Jersey City in the 1970s.

  32. I’ll Have What She’s Having T Magazine, November 13

    A new crop of restaurants is embracing family-style, communal eating, creating a necessary spirit of communication and collaboration for our fractious times.

  33. ‘She’s Powerless’: Video Shows New York Police Officers Detaining Food Vendor Video, November 11

    A bystander’s video showed the police taking away a woman in handcuffs for selling churros inside a Brooklyn subway station.

  34. A Woman Selling Churros Was Handcuffed. The Police Face a Backlash. New York, November 11

    A cellphone video showing police officers surrounding the vendor inside a Brooklyn subway station went viral, resulting in a protest on Monday.

  35. Trading a Walk-up for a Brand-New Studio Real Estate, November 11

    She wanted a well-maintained building without bugs. The pool was a bonus.

  36. 2 Die in Jealous Rampage, New York City’s Third Murder-Suicide in Days New York, November 10

    A man shot his ex-girlfriend in the head, then shot her new boyfriend in the chest before killing himself, the police said.

  37. A Sculpture for Brooklyn’s New Golden Age? Arts, November 10

    Hank Willis Thomas strives for “Unity” in his public artwork at the Brooklyn Bridge.

  38. Homes That Sold for Around $1.5 Million Real Estate, November 10

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.