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  1. How Shan-Lyn Ma, Wedding Registry Founder, Spends Her Sundays Metropolitan, Yesterday

    Ms. Ma, the chief executive of Zola and a resident of Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, writes in her journal, listens to podcasts and shop in Chinatown.

  2. Is This the Least-Loved Highway in America? Metro, September 21

    When you’re on the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, the only question is, will you ever get off it?

  3. Homes for Sale in New York City Real Estate, September 21

    This week’s homes are on the Upper West Side, in the West Village, and in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.

  4. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, September 21

    This week’s homes are on the Upper West Side, in the West Village, and in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.

  5. Global Voices and Emerging Photographers at Photoville Lens, September 21

    Photoville, the temporary photo festival underneath the Brooklyn Bridge, is featuring “emergicubes,” 4×4 foot wooden cubes displaying the work of 11 up-and-coming photographers from around the world.

  6. Global Voices and Emerging Photographers at Photoville , September 21

    Photoville, the temporary photo festival underneath the Brooklyn Bridge, is featuring “emergicubes,” 4×4 foot wooden cubes displaying the work of 11 up-and-coming photographers from around the world.

  7. De Blasio’s Gap on Climate Policy? It’s Under His Front Door Metro, September 20

    Mayor Bill de Blasio wants to force landlords to make their buildings more energy efficient, but he won’t say what he has done with his own two homes.

  8. Dumbo Gets a Panoramic Menu at Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill Dining, September 19

    Asia and Latin America are in the mix, plus openings by Dale Talde and Leah Cohen, and other restaurant news.

  9. Officer Charged With Assault After Confrontation Over Dropped Plastic Cup Metro, September 18

    Brooklyn prosecutors say the officer, O’Keefe Thompson, assaulted a man and later threatened him after he reported the episode.

  10. The Life of a Live-in Super in Bedford-Stuyvesant Real Estate, September 18

    Tony Obey has spent most of his life within a few blocks of the large house converted to apartments where he works as the superintendent.

  11. Awkward Moment at the Barber Shop Metro, September 17

    A man is surprised to see someone he thought he’d left behind.

  12. Power Failure in Brooklyn Shuts Down Subways Metro, September 17

    Trains on the A, C, E, F and G lines were not able to cross the East River into Manhattan on Sunday afternoon.

  13. A Shorebird to Watch Metropolitan, September 15

    The great migration of shorebirds can be overwhelming for the novice bird-watcher. Focusing on the graceful greater yellowlegs is a good place to start.

  14. El Chapo’s Claims of Improper Extradition Are Dismissed Metro, September 15

    The ruling means the sprawling international drug case against Joaquín Guzmán Loera can continue moving toward a trial scheduled for April.

  15. Conjuring Janis Joplin in Park Slope Metro, September 14

    An impromptu sidewalk rendition of a 1970s classic.

  16. Homes for Sale in New York City Real Estate, September 14

    This week’s properties include apartments in Greenwich Village and the Upper West Side, and a co-op in Park Slope, Brooklyn.

  17. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, September 14

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

  18. Jail Escape Plan: Blankets? Check. Floss? You Bet. But a Priest? Metro, September 14

    Prosecutors said Christopher Londonio had a plan to use dental floss to cut a window, sheets as a rope — and a priest to smuggle in a saw blade.

  19. Eric Gonzalez Wins Primary Election for Brooklyn District Attorney Metro, September 12

    With no Republican scheduled to run in the general election, Mr. Gonzalez, the acting district attorney, will continue to serve as Brooklyn’s top prosecutor.

  20. Carefree, By Design Slideshow, September 12

    To create a place in Bellport, N.Y., with a low-stress vibe, a Brooklyn architect used a few simple tricks.

  21. Photoville: New York’s Premier Photo Festival Lens, September 12

    Some 90,000 visitors are expected at this year’s Photoville, the sprawling, free photo festival by the Brooklyn Bridge.

  22. Photoville: New York’s Premier Photo Festival , September 12

    Some 90,000 visitors are expected at this year’s Photoville, the sprawling, free photo festival by the Brooklyn Bridge.

  23. Adding Pantries and Spice to New York’s Hungry Neighborhoods Metro, September 11

    Food providers are changing the way pantries are operated in the city to better serve more than 1 million people who need emergency food.

  24. Dance Listings for the Fall Season and Beyond Arts & Leisure, September 8

    Our critic’s list of forthcoming performances through May covers inventive takes on old favorites and bold new works.

  25. Prosecutors Seek to Revoke Shkreli’s Bail, Citing Post About Clinton Business, September 8

    Martin Shkreli, the pharmaceutical executive already convicted of fraud, wrote online that he would pay $5,000 to anyone who grabbed a hair off Hillary Clinton.

  26. In Brooklyn’s District Attorney Race, the Focus Isn’t on Prosecuting Crime Metro, September 7

    The six candidates seem to believe the surest way to win votes is not to vow to lock people up, but to offer policies to keep them out of jail.

  27. A Bike for Every Kid Metropolitan, September 7

    A Brooklyn bike shop owner starts a foundation to give adaptive bicycles to special-needs children.

  28. Homes for Sale in New York City Real Estate, September 7

    This week’s properties are in Greenwich Village, Murray Hill and Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

  29. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, September 7

    This week’s properties are in Greenwich Village, Murray Hill and Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

  30. Critics Say City Has Not Investigated Yeshivas, Breaking Pledge Metro, September 6

    The schools that serve Orthodox students are accused of ignoring secular subjects. One graduate called them, ‘an educational catastrophe.’

  31. Sale of Brooklyn Housing Complex Would Benefit Trump Metro, September 6

    The owners of Starrett City, the country’s biggest federally subsidized housing complex, are selling the development for more than $850 million. President Trump is a partial owner.

  32. Ruin and Reinvention in a Transforming Brooklyn Lens, September 6

    In “Brooklyn Photographs,” a group show at BRIC Arts, 11 photographers showcase the tension between old and new in Brooklyn’s changing neighborhoods.

  33. Ruin and Reinvention in a Transforming Brooklyn , September 6

    In “Brooklyn Photographs,” a group show at BRIC Arts, 11 photographers showcase the tension between old and new in Brooklyn’s changing neighborhoods.

  34. Man Tied to Cinder Block and Dumped in Water Was Son of Mob Associate Metro, September 5

    The body of Carmine Carini, 35, was found floating in Mill Basin in Brooklyn. The police do not yet know why he was killed.

  35. A Panorama of Steel Drums Video, September 5

    The rhythm of steel drums signals the approach of the West Indian American Day Parade in central Brooklyn. But rising rents and increasing noise complaints have made it difficult to continue the tradition.

  36. J’ouvert Spared Violence Amid Heightened Security Effort Metro, September 4

    The police implemented similar security measures used for New Year’s Eve in Times Square, but some attendees groaned that something was lost.

  37. Twice Beaten, Thrice Shy? Not for Sal Albanese, Mayoral Hopeful. Again. Metro, September 4

    In 2013, Sal Albanese got 0.9 percent of the Democratic mayoral primary vote, finishing eighth out of nine. This year, the worst he can do is second.

  38. Eric Gonzalez for Brooklyn District Attorney Interactive, September 4

    In a key city race with national implications, the acting D.A. makes a good case for building on the progressive policies of the recent past.

  39. Body Tied to Cinder Block Is Found Near a Brooklyn Dock Metro, September 3

    The police said a passer-by on Saturday noticed the body of a man wrapped in a tarp floating in the Mill Basin inlet.

  40. New York City Parks in the Summer: Romance, Games and a Performance for a Dying Tree Styles, September 2

    Daniel Arnold spent the last two months photographing parks in all five boroughs. The experience showed him “a very different pulse of the city.”

  41. What Sandy Can Teach Harvey About Recovery Metropolitan, August 31

    Five years after the storm that wreaked havoc in New York, some victims are still rebuilding their homes. What can Houston learn from the city’s mistakes?

  42. Principal in Park Slope Is Cleared of Communist Organizing Metro, August 31

    Jill Bloomberg, the principal of Park Slope Collegiate, had been an outspoken critic of racial segregation in city schools.

  43. As Excitement Builds for J’ouvert, So Do Hopes for Peace Metro, August 31

    The annual Labor Day celebration attracts revelers to a storied tradition, but violence often overshadows the festivities.

  44. In Brooklyn, Challenging the Party Establishment Metropolitan, August 31

    The New Kings Democrats, formed in 2008, continue to lobby for reform with the Democratic Party and to engage more of the community.

  45. Afropunk: Celebrating Black Diversity Video, August 31

    The Brooklyn-based festival has everything from skate competitions to public art. It is built to be a safe space for expression.

  46. Last Hope for Peace at Brooklyn’s Big Party Editorial, August 30

    Officials try once more to avoid bloodshed at J’ouvert. But if bullets fly again, the annual early-morning celebration should be banned.

  47. Family of Boy Who Wears Dresses Sues Education Department Metro, August 29

    His family says a school in Park Slope was hostile to the boy, and that they were unfairly accused of abuse. The allegation was unfounded.

  48. Jewish Community Mourns Couple Killed in House Fire N.Y. / Region, August 28

    After a fire in Borough Park, Brooklyn, left a husband and wife dead, neighbors recalled the caring nature of the victims, who would often give gifts and volunteer their time.

  49. In Brooklyn, a Chance to Enjoy Factory-Fresh Ice Cream Food, August 28

    Ample Hills and OddFellows are opening plants where fans can sample the wares and see how the good stuff is made.

  50. Homes That Sold for Around $1,500,000 Real Estate, August 27

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  51. The Worst (and Best) Places to Be Gay in America Interactive, August 25

    If the Trump administration won’t protect gay people, we’re at the mercy of our ZIP codes.