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  1. Pop-Up Dinners That Share a Culture, Course by Course Food, Yesterday

    A new wave of cooks are hosting meals that explore their personal memories and culinary traditions.

  2. A Kreung Dinner Slideshow, Yesterday

    For a summer meal, Chinchakriya Un and her mother, Kim Eng Mann, made lobster with Cambodian spices, rice and grilled corn in coconut milk at the King Tai bar in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

  3. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, Yesterday

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  4. New York Braces for Coronavirus: ‘It’s Inevitable’ New York, January 27

    In Queens, some who recently returned from China have even self-quarantined. But officials have urged calm.

  5. These Are the 6 Women Who Are Testifying Against Harvey Weinstein New York, January 26

    Mr. Weinstein is charged with sexually assaulting two women, but four others will also testify about their encounters with him.

  6. Examining How Police Bullets Shattered a Brooklyn Family. Twice. New York, January 26

    I reported a story of two brothers, both killed by police officers, and the devastating impacts of their deaths.

  7. Homes That Sold for Around $1 Million Real Estate, January 26

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  8. Deciding When to Downsize and Move to the City Real Estate, January 25

    Sometimes, the decision to move is made for you. But sometimes you just want a change. Here’s how to work through your options.

  9. A Mother’s Agony: 2 Sons, Both Killed by the Police New York, January 24

    How the shooting of one brother paved the way for the other’s death, seven years later.

  10. Haitian and Jamaican Patties, Traditional and Not, in Brooklyn Food, January 23

    Kafe Louverture, in Bedford-Stuyvesant, and Branch Patty, at Artists & Fleas Williamsburg, make two variations on the beloved treat.

  11. Jamaican Patties With a Twist Slideshow, January 23

    Branch Patty pops up each weekend at Artists & Fleas Williamsburg in Brooklyn.

  12. Keeping Haitian Patties in the Family Slideshow, January 23

    Patties and excellent Haitian coffee are the main draw at Kafe Louverture in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

  13. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, January 23

    This week’s properties are in Morningside Heights, Midtown and Park Slope, Brooklyn.

  14. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, January 23

    This week’s properties are in Morningside Heights, Midtown and Park Slope, Brooklyn.

  15. No Broker, No Problem: A Renter Goes Solo for Her Brooklyn Hunt. Which Home Would You Choose? Interactive, January 23

    After taking a job in Park Slope, Linda Kudla made frequent trips from Massachusetts to see apartments in the neighborhood. Here’s where she wound up.

  16. Fairway Market Files for Bankruptcy Protection New York, January 22

    Speculation of the grocery chain’s possible closings set off lamentations on social media, though some said the chain had lost its luster.

  17. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, January 21

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  18. Girl, 11, Dies in Unexplained Fire in Brooklyn New York, January 21

    The fire in the Midwood neighborhood also left one firefighter injured. The cause of the blaze is still under investigation.

  19. Mysterious Fire and Death of Charity Leader Rattle a Brooklyn Block New York, January 20

    L. Antonio Litman, who recently bought hoverboards for children in the neighborhood, was found dead after an overnight blaze at his home.

  20. The Perils of Renovating if You Rent Real Estate, January 20

    A woodworker spent six years turning his apartment into ‘a delightful, strange, kooky space.’ Then his landlord nearly doubled the rent.

  21. Homes That Sold for Around $1.5 Million Real Estate, January 19

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  22. 11 of Our Best Weekend Reads Briefing, January 18

    Awkwafina returns to Queens. A Maine paper mill finds a savior in China. Olivia Palermo. Mohammed bin Zayed. Dog the Bounty Hunter. And more.

  23. Rapper Pop Smoke Is Charged With Stealing a $375,000 Rolls-Royce New York, January 17

    The rising star is accused of transporting the car to New York from Los Angeles. It was found outside his mother’s Brooklyn home.

  24. How Chris Thile, Who Remade ‘A Prairie Home Companion,’ Spends His Sundays New York, January 17

    The mandolin player recently moved his radio show to New York.

  25. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan Real Estate, January 16

    This week’s properties are in Midtown East, Forest Hills Gardens, Queens, and Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.

  26. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, January 16

    This week’s properties are in Midtown East, Forest Hills Gardens, Queens, and Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.

  27. Is a 400% Rent Increase the Future of Coney Island? New York, January 15

    Gentrification looms over the “freakishness and fun-loving spirit” of the boardwalk.

  28. BTS Announces Global Arts Project Featuring Antony Gormley Arts, January 14

    A new series of projects by international artists will be shown in five cities across the world.

  29. Secret Service Agent Kills Dog, Unnerving a Brooklyn Neighborhood New York, January 14

    The off-duty agent told the police that the animal had charged at him while he was walking in Windsor Terrace.

  30. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, January 14

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  31. Dumpling Flavor, Stripped Down to Its Essence Food, January 13

    Alison Roman takes Russian pelmeni, and turns them into a creamy, meaty-without-meat bowl.

  32. Rosie Perez on Tupac, Sex and Dancing Interactive, January 13

    “You can teach someone how to dance, but you can’t teach someone how to boogie.”

  33. Homes That Sold for Around $450,000 Real Estate, January 12

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  34. The Decade Dominated by the Ultraluxury Condo Real Estate, January 10

    The 2010s saw the rise and fall of the super-high-end condo, and its impact will echo for years to come in Manhattan and the boroughs.

  35. Frederick Richmond, 96, Dies; Congressman Undone by Corruption U.S., January 9

    A wealthy House member and a champion of liberal causes as a New York civic leader, he was forced to quit Congress in 1982 in a corruption scandal.

  36. Polish Pierogis, Savory and Sweet, at Pierozek in Greenpoint Food, January 9

    A Brooklyn couple have mastered the science of producing consistently springy dumplings.

  37. Masters of Pierogies Slideshow, January 9

    At this new Polish restaurant in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, the pierogi dough is thinner and springier than most.

  38. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan Real Estate, January 9

    This week’s properties are in Midtown East, Astoria, Queens, and Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn.

  39. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, January 9

    This week’s properties are in Midtown East, Astoria, Queens, and Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn.

  40. In Bay Ridge, a Couple With ‘Dishwasher Dreams’ Choose Among Three Apartments to Buy Interactive, January 9

    After a decade of renting a ground-floor apartment, the first-time buyers tested their budget in their favorite Brooklyn neighborhood. Here’s where they wound up.

  41. Lesson of the Day: ‘Just 700 Speak This Language (50 in the Same Brooklyn Building)’ The Learning Network, January 9

    In this lesson, students will consider the languages in their community and how language can be a way to preserve culture and tradition.

  42. Concrete Mixer, Sanitation Truck and Bus Kill 3 N.Y.C. Pedestrians New York, January 7

    One of those struck was a 10-year-old boy. The fatalities brought the pedestrian death toll to five in the new year.

  43. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, January 7

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  44. Just 700 Speak This Language (50 in the Same Brooklyn Building) New York, January 7

    Seke, one of the world’s rarest languages, is spoken by about 100 people in New York.

  45. Driver in Distress? It’s Cuomo to the Rescue (Again) New York, January 6

    The governor had just left an event in Manhattan when he spotted a van on its side. It was time for him to roll into action.

  46. The Best Way to Pick an Apartment? Try a Decision Matrix Real Estate, January 6

    When one couple needed to find a new home in a rush, they used a “scientific approach” to expedite their search.

  47. How a Voice of Female Gen X Anxiety Spends Her Sundays New York, January 3

    Ada Calhoun had a rough year. Fortunately, the process of writing her latest book prepared her for it.

  48. Where Avocado Toast Shares a Menu With Yemeni Favorites Food, January 2

    At Yafa Café in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, the Yemeni-inflected dishes, some traditional and others an inspired in-between, are the draw.

  49. A Cafe Navigating Two Worlds Slideshow, January 2

    At Yafa Café, a serene coffee shop in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, the small selection of Yemeni-inflected dishes are a mix of tradition and adaptation.

  50. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens Real Estate, January 2

    This week’s properties are in the Flatiron district, Forest Hills, Queens, and Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

  51. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, January 2

    This week’s properties are in the Flatiron district, Forest Hills, Queens, and Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

  52. For Their First New York Purchase, a Couple Cast a Wide Net. Which of These Homes Would You Choose? Interactive, January 2

    Bushra and Surya Sayed-Ganguly wanted two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a reasonable commute to Midtown. Here’s where they wound up.

  53. It’s an Old and Insidious Hatred. And New Yorkers Can’t Stand for It. Opinion, January 1

    A show of support for the true spirit of New York.

  54. 90,000 Jews Gather to Pray and Defy a Wave of Hate New York, January 1

    A celebration to mark the end of a cycle of Talmudic study carried extra meaning in the wake of deadly anti-Semitic attacks.

  55. A Restaurant With No Leftovers Business, January 1

    A Brooklyn wine bar and restaurant is one of a handful of establishments in different cities that are trying to eliminate waste from their premises.

  56. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, December 31

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  57. Brooklyn’s Great American Diner Food, December 31

    Tom’s Restaurant, a beloved breakfast spot in Prospect Heights, is one of those places that feel welcoming to all who enter.

  58. At the Four Horsemen, the Food Catches Up to the Wine Food, December 31

    The natural-wine bar co-owned by the musician James Murphy was always an interesting place to drink. Now the kitchen is among Brooklyn’s best.

  59. Natural Wines Settle In and Stay for Lunch Slideshow, December 31

    The Brooklyn restaurant the Four Horsemen, which opened in 2015, has become a fixture of the natural-wine movement.

  60. Suspect in Monsey Stabbings Searched Online for ‘Hitler,’ Charges Say New York, December 30

    Officials said the suspect, who is charged with hate crimes, also expressed anti-Semitic views in his journal.