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  1. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Real Estate, Today

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  2. Anti-Semitic Attacks Fuel Continuing Rise in Hate Crimes in New York New York, Yesterday

    A recent uptick in anti-Semitic incidents in New York is most noticeable in and near Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

  3. Anthony Weiner Is Out of Prison and in a Halfway House in New York New York, February 17

    The former congressman, imprisoned for sending lewd texts to a 15-year-old, was moved from a Massachusetts prison to a re-entry program in the city, records show.

  4. Smashed Window at Brooklyn Synagogue Leads to Concerns About More Hate Crimes New York, February 17

    The episode at the Chabad of Bushwick comes amid a rise in anti-Semitic hate crimes in New York.

  5. Homes That Sold for Around $750,000 Real Estate, February 17

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  6. More Than 100 Priests Accused of Sex Abuse Are Named by Brooklyn Catholic Diocese New York, February 15

    The disclosure is the latest to come from the Catholic Church in recent months, and is one of the largest from an individual diocese.

  7. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, February 14

    This week’s properties are in Lincoln Square, Midtown and Sunset Park, Brooklyn.

  8. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, February 14

    This week’s properties are in Lincoln Square, Midtown and Sunset Park, Brooklyn.

  9. No Heat, No Power: How a Federal Jail Failed Its Inmates Podcasts, February 13

    The Justice Department says it will investigate why inmates at a Brooklyn detention facility spent the coldest days of the winter in dark, freezing cells. But will that lead to change?

  10. A Jewish Bakery Adopts the Pork Roll, Egg and Cheese Food, February 12

    Pete Wells extols a breakfast treat on a bialy at Shelsky’s Brooklyn Bagels.

  11. Refined British Restaurant Found Hiding in a Brooklyn Bar Food, February 12

    Not all the neighbors in Greenpoint have noticed yet, but a new chef has taken Cherry Point in a more meat-focused, English-leaning direction.

  12. A New Destination for Smart British Cooking Slideshow, February 12

    With the chef Ed Szymanski at the helm, Cherry Point in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, has taken a turn toward meat and game.

  13. A School That Embraces a Trendy Model: The Start-Up New York, February 10

    The Brooklyn STEAM Center moved into a new $17 million home inside a tech hub at the Brooklyn Navy Yard so students can learn directly from employers.

  14. A Mother Tried to Save Her Son for Years. Now He’s Accused of Killing Her. New York, February 10

    Jason Reeves, 32, who had long struggled with mental health issues, is accused of stabbing his mother to death and burning her body at a public housing complex in Brooklyn.

  15. ‘It’s Cold as Hell’: Inside a Brooklyn Jail’s Weeklong Collapse New York, February 9

    Electricity and heat had been faltering for weeks, but complaints were ignored until a crisis trapped inmates in cold, dark cells.

  16. Mapping Oliver Jeffers’s World Books, February 9

    In his studio in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, he brings together his work as a fine artist and as an illustrator.

  17. The L Train Smells Bad. No, Really, It Smells Very, Very Bad. New York, February 7

    For a third day, subway riders are reporting a strong odor of gas at stations in Brooklyn. Riders and M.T.A. workers have said it is making them sick.

  18. Frida Kahlo’s Home Is Still Unlocking Secrets, 50 Years Later Arts, February 7

    The artist’s life, through clothing, jewelry, objects, films.

  19. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, February 7

    This week’s properties are in Lenox Hill, Kips Bay and Brooklyn Heights.

  20. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, February 7

    This week’s properties are in Lenox Hill, Brooklyn Heights and Kips Bay.

  21. How a Brooklyn Jail Without Heat Inspired So Much Outrage New York, February 7

    Many vulnerable people suffered during last week’s deep freeze. But only the misery at a federal detention center galvanized protesters.

  22. Two Bedrooms, Almost Real Estate, February 7

    When a pair of friends went looking for a two-bedroom apartment in Brooklyn, they learned that what one person calls a bedroom, another might not.

  23. It’s an Anti-Fascist Thing: How an Obscure German Team Gained a Brooklyn Cult New York, February 7

    The curious case of a bike-messengers’ dive bar that is devoted to F.C. St. Pauli, a minor-league soccer club from Hamburg.

  24. Justice Department Calls for Investigation Into Brooklyn Jail Where Heat and Power Failed New York, February 6

    The department said Wednesday it had asked its internal watchdog to examine problems at the Metropolitan Detention Center that left inmates in the dark and cold.

  25. White Men Hold New York City’s Top Posts. 12 Public Advocate Hopefuls Want to Change That. New York, February 6

    A dozen of the 17 public advocate candidates are minorities, and four are women; whoever wins would have an instant platform to run as mayor in 2021.

  26. Racist? Fair? Biased? Asian-American Alumni Debate Elite High School Admissions New York, February 6

    When it comes to integration at New York City’s most competitive high schools, Asian-American alumni have many different reactions.

  27. Trump Plan to Stop Spread of H.I.V. Will Target ‘Hot Spot’ Areas U.S., February 5

    The plan to end transmission of the virus in the United States by 2030, outlined in the president’s State of the Union address, will focus on 48 counties where about half of new infections occur.

  28. Brooklyn Federal Jail Had Heat Failures Weeks Before Crisis, Employees Say New York, February 5

    In a federal court hearing, staff members and inmates at the Metropolitan Detention Center said the problems began earlier than previously known.

  29. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Real Estate, February 5

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  30. Jazmine Headley, Whose Child Was Torn From Her Arms at a City Office, Gets a Public Apology New York, February 4

    The mother whose chaotic arrest was captured on video as security officers attempted to extract her son from her arms tearfully spoke to to the City Council today.

  31. Brooklyn Jail to Be Visited by Federal Judge After Heat and Power Crisis New York, February 4

    The judge, who sits in Manhattan, plans to visit the Metropolitan Detention Center to investigate complaints of deteriorating conditions.

  32. Inmates at Freezing Federal Jail in Brooklyn Pounded Out a Message New York, February 3

    The banging of hundreds of prisoners reverberated in the world beyond as the jail was largely without heat for over a week. Power was restored late Sunday.

  33. Muslims Form Community Patrol. Some Neighbors Say No, Thanks. New York, February 3

    The self-funded group sees itself as a neighborhood watch. But there was alarm after its cars were spotted in Brooklyn without warning, or explanation.

  34. Homes That Sold for Around $1,500,000 Real Estate, February 3

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  35. Huddled in a Brooklyn Jail’s Cells Without Heat Video, February 1

    More than a thousand inmates at a federal jail in Brooklyn are said to have had limited heat and power for at least this week, when the temperature plummeted to 2 degrees in New York.

  36. Petland Discounts, Whose ’90s Jingle You’re Humming Right Now, May Close New York, February 1

    Just days after the death of its owner, the New York-based pet store chain filed notices saying it may have to shutter dozens of stores and lay off workers.

  37. No Heat for Days at a Jail in Brooklyn Where Hundreds of Inmates Are Sick and ‘Frantic’ New York, February 1

    Inmates maintain they have been locked in their cells with limited heat and electricity for more than a week, defense lawyers say. The warden’s office denies the claim.

  38. Central Park Penthouse Sets Record at Nearly $240 Million Real Estate, February 1

    There were other pricey closings in Manhattan’s new luxury skyscrapers in January, but all were dwarfed by the hedge fund manager Kenneth Griffin’s deal.

  39. At Marcal Paper Factory and Newark Airport, Firefighters Battle Blazes and the Cold New York, January 31

    Major fires broke out as temperatures in the New York region hovered close to zero.

  40. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, January 31

    This week’s properties are in Lenox Hill, Forest Hills, Queens, and Flatbush, Brooklyn.

  41. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan Real Estate, January 31

    This week’s properties are in Lenox Hill, Forest Hills, Queens, and Flatbush, Brooklyn.

  42. From The Times’s Photo Vault, the Many Dimensions of Jackie Robinson Corrections, January 31

    A new project from the Past Tense archival team celebrates Robinson, a Baseball Hall of Famer and civil rights icon, with 100 photos on what would have been his 100th birthday.

  43. A Canadian Scores From Long Distance Real Estate, January 31

    When the N.B.A. came calling, a Vancouver physiotherapist took a shot in Brooklyn.

  44. The Scrappy Brooklyn Restaurant That Forever Changed New York’s Food Scene T Magazine, January 30

    Since Diner opened 20 years ago, its casual service style and devotion to locally sourced produce have sparked a new way of eating.

  45. A Gruesome Hammer Attack Left 3 Asian Men Dead. Was It a Hate Crime? New York, January 30

    Workers and customers at a Chinese restaurant in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn are reeling after a man walked in and bludgeoned the men death.

  46. Charles J. Hynes, Brooklyn D.A. in a Tumultuous Era, Dies at 83 Obituaries, January 30

    Mr. Hynes took the office after prosecuting the Howard Beach case and won convictions against corrupt officials, but controversy dogged his final years on the job.

  47. N.Y. Today: A Mother’s Death in the Subway New York, January 30

    The death in a Midtown station that has no elevator could be a crystallizing moment for a decades-old problem.

  48. Joe Harris: Walking Down Your Street and Pushing the Nets Up the Standings Sports, January 28

    An unsung guard who could be mistaken for a barista is the epitome of an unsung, surging team that player by player has made Brooklyn its home on and off the court.

  49. Third Person Dies After Hammer Attack at Brooklyn Restaurant New York, January 24

    The restaurant’s manager, Tsz Pun, 50, died on Thursday morning. The same day, the restaurant opened for the first time since the attack.

  50. New York’s Healthiest Neighborhoods Real Estate, January 24

    Is your health important to you? Then consider moving to one of these 10 places.

  51. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, January 24

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

  52. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, January 24

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

  53. The L Train Shutdown Was Averted. Can the Brooklyn Promenade Stay Open Too? New York, January 24

    Brooklyn residents have come up with an alternative plan for fixing the crumbling Brooklyn-Queens Expressway that would keep the famed promenade intact.

  54. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Real Estate, January 22

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  55. ‘We Decided to Meet for a Drink Near Her Office One Friday Night After Work’ New York, January 21

    On the way to the Rainbow Room, a surprise at the movies and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

  56. Blackface Video Has Elite New York Private School in an Uproar New York, January 20

    Students and parents are angered at administrators at Poly Prep Country Day School for the school’s reaction to a video of two students in blackface making racist gestures.