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  1. Two Filmmakers Write Their Own Love Story Styles, Yesterday

    Sasha Jackson remembered passing by Stephen Small-Warner II on a New York subway car, but they didn’t officially meet until years later at Howard University. A collaboration soon began.

  2. ‘Deben facilitarnos más el trámite’: personas migrantes en Nueva York quedan fuera de las jornadas de vacunación en Español, Yesterday

    Al avanzar el despliegue de la vacuna, los obstáculos logísticos, el miedo y la desinformación amenazan con dejar en desventaja a algunas de las comunidades de inmigrantes en Nueva York.

  3. Homes for Sale in Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx Real Estate, February 25

    This week’s properties are in the financial district, Crown Heights and Kingsbridge.

  4. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, February 25

    This week’s properties are in the Financial district, Crown Heights and Kingsbridge.

  5. A New Coronavirus Variant Is Spreading in New York, Researchers Report Science, February 24

    The variant contains a mutation thought to help the virus dodge the immune system, scientists said.

  6. A Coming-Out Party for KAWS at the Brooklyn Museum Culture, February 24

    The Simpsons, Snoopy and the Smurfs are all here in a survey of the artist Brian Donnelly’s 25-year career.

  7. New York opens vaccine sites in Brooklyn and Queens to target hardest-hit neighborhoods. Metro, February 24

  8. Daniel Prude’s Death: History Has ‘Repeated Itself’ Metro, February 24

    None of the officers involved in the death of a Black man in Rochester has been charged with a crime.

  9. Finding Art Miles Away From the Expected Weekend, February 23

    Hanne Tierney has made her FiveMyles gallery in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, both a beacon and an anchor for the neighborhood.

  10. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, February 23

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  11. A New Literary Community Cookbook Dining, February 22

    Tables of Contents, an organization founded by the chef Evan Hanczor, has released its first cookbook.

  12. A Bakery Crosses the East River Dining, February 22

    Sweet Generation relocates to a larger Bushwick, Brooklyn, facility.

  13. The Virus Slammed Her Neighborhood. She Can’t Find Her Father a Vaccine. Metro, February 22

    Logistical hurdles, fear and misinformation are threatening to leave some of the city’s immigrant communities behind as the vaccine rollout ramps up.

  14. The Virus Slammed Her Neighborhood. She Can’t Find Her Father a Vaccine. Metro, February 22

    Logistical hurdles, fear and misinformation are threatening to leave some of the city’s immigrant communities behind as the vaccine rollout ramps up.

  15. Homes That Sold for Around $750,000 Real Estate, February 21

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  16. Auction House Suspends Sale of 19th-Century Jewish Burial Records Culture, February 19

    The records of a Jewish community in Romania that was almost annihilated during the Holocaust are viewed as essential to reconstructing its history.

  17. Homes for Sale in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens Real Estate, February 18

    This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side, Greenpoint and Bayside.

  18. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, February 18

    This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side, Greenpoint and Bayside.

  19. Pigeon Guys Face Tough Times: ‘Who Has the Money? Who Has the Roof?’ Metropolitan, February 18

    As New York’s working-class neighborhoods shrink, so does the space for keeping pigeons.

  20. N.Y. Restaurant Fires Waitress Who Wouldn’t Get Covid-19 Vaccine Metro, February 17

    Bonnie Jacobson, 34, said she was not necessarily opposed to getting vaccinated, but wanted to study the potential effect on fertility first.

  21. Despite Deep Rent Cuts, Essential Workers Are Mostly Left Out Real Estate, February 17

    The pandemic has led to deep discounts in New York’s rental market, but the city is still unaffordable for many of the city’s most vital workers

  22. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, February 16

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  23. Gage & Tollner and Its Bar Open for Delivery and Pickup Dining, February 16

    Pizza from Justin Smillie of Il Buco Alimentari & Vineria, maki on the Upper West Side, and more restaurant news.

  24. Homes That Sold for Around $1 Million Real Estate, February 14

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  25. Selfies With Guns on Party Bus Get N.Y.P.D.’s Attention Metro, February 12

    Fourteen people were arrested after investigators found eight firearms, the police said, as gun violence in the city continues to spike.

  26. Same Name, New Thrilling Results Dining, February 12

    Falansai, the newly reopened Vietnamese restaurant in Brooklyn, is a standout in the pandemic, thanks to the chef Eric Tran, an alumnus of Blue Hill at Stone Barns.

  27. A New Lens on Vietnamese Food Slideshow, February 12

    At Falansai, the chef Eric Tran cooks pho, bun bo Hue and other dishes with startling originality.

  28. Why SoHo Struggles and Indie Shops in Brooklyn Are Doing Fine Metropolitan, February 12

    Retail chains have failed all over New York City. Is it a surprise that smaller stores can finally breathe?

  29. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Staten Island Real Estate, February 11

    This week’s properties are in Sunset Park, Midtown East and Todt Hill.

  30. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, February 11

    This week’s properties are in Sunset Park, Midtown East and Todt Hill.

  31. Will $1 Million Buy a Brownstone in Bay Ridge? One Family Surveyed Their Options in South Brooklyn Interactive, February 11

    Seeking an upgrade for their growing children — and their voluminous stuff — a couple toured the townhouses of Bay Ridge. Which home would you choose?

  32. 3 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now Weekend, February 10

    Photographs by Black artists; Reggie Burrows Hodges’s New York debut; and He Xiangyu’s first solo show in the United States.

  33. Subtle Ceramics, Modeled After the Simplest of Forms T Style, February 10

    Inside a former bottling factory in Brooklyn, the artist Danny Kaplan creates hand-thrown lamps and objects that feel at once ancient and modern.

  34. A Beloved Stray Cat Was Fatally Mauled. But Was It Intentional Cruelty? Metro, February 9

    Tuxedo was “the mayor” at the Brooklyn housing complex where he lived and was killed by two dogs. A man accused of torture in the death says he is innocent.

  35. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, February 9

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  36. The Surprising Ascent of KAWS Magazine, February 9

    Brian Donnelly went from tagger to blue-chip artist, riding the increasingly blurry line between commercial and fine art.

  37. $76,000 Birkinstocks Made From Actual Birkin Bags? Styles, February 8

    Warning: Neither Hermès nor Birkenstock has approved this product.

  38. Homes That Sold for Around $1.3 Million Real Estate, February 7

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  39. A Photo That Captures a Busier Bygone Era in New York T Style, February 5

    The photographer Andre D. Wagner is based in Brooklyn — but always finds himself coming back to Times Square.

  40. Getting to Know You, Again Real Estate, February 5

    The pandemic has sent many people back to their parents’ homes, giving both generations new insight and a chance at a different kind of relationship.

  41. George McDonald, Power Broker for the Powerless, Dies at 76 Obits, February 4

    He went from an impoverished activist to the president of the Doe Fund, which has helped thousands of homeless people and ex-convicts in New York City find shelter and employment.

  42. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx Real Estate, February 4

    This week’s properties are in Carroll Gardens, the East Village and Spuyten Duyvil.

  43. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, February 4

    This week’s properties are in Carroll Gardens, the East Village and Spuyten Duyvil.

  44. 5 Things to Do This Weekend Culture, February 4

    Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually and outdoors in New York City.

  45. Attacker Stalked Women in Brooklyn for Weeks as Police Stayed Silent Metro, February 4

    Women were repeatedly being assaulted at or near a Williamsburg subway station, but the police failed to post warnings. One victim’s social media post finally led to an arrest.

  46. Home of Brooklyn Abolitionists Receives Landmark Status Culture, February 3

    Twenty years of campaigning to preserve a Downtown rowhouse ends in success for neighborhood activists.

  47. Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now Weekend, February 3

    “Downtown 2021” pays homage to artists from more than two dozen galleries; Carmen Herrera’s Paris period reveals zigzag lines and textures.

  48. Wool, Sneakers and Community: Ballet Class Persists Outdoors Culture, February 2

    “You’re not going to be jeté-ing across Central Park in the snow,” but you are going to move and be with other dancers.

  49. Homes That Sold for Around $450,000 Real Estate, January 31

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  50. An Old Brooklyn Story Gets Fresh Reporting Summary, January 29

    Steeped in archival research, a multimedia project about a puzzling street plan allows readers to scroll through the 19th century and find the present day.

  51. Once the Gowanus Canal Is Rid of ‘Black Mayonnaise,’ Who Will Benefit? Metropolitan, January 29

    The city may approve a plan in Brooklyn that is one of the biggest rezoning projects in memory. But the debate is not playing out in predictable ways.

  52. Car Lanes to Become Bike Lanes on 2 Major New York City Bridges Metro, January 28

    Mayor Bill de Blasio wants to add bike lanes on the Brooklyn and the Queensboro Bridges to encourage cycling as the city recovers from the pandemic.

  53. ‘We Are: The Brooklyn Saints’ Will Tackle Your Heart Weekend, January 28

    In this Netflix docu-series, an outer borough children’s football program offers a community, and a chance.

  54. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan Real Estate, January 28

    This week’s properties are in Bushwick, Washington Heights and Forest Hills.

  55. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, January 28

    This week’s properties are in Bushwick, Washington Heights and Forest Hills.

  56. 150 Years Ago Brooklyn Renumbered All Its Streets. It Was a Disaster. Interactive, January 27

    Today’s Brooklyn map is a relic of a sweeping 19th-century effort to renumber every building and rename dozens of streets. The saga revealed how decisions made by bureaucrats can leave an imprint on city life more than a century later.

  57. ‘Dyker Lights’: Brighter Displays, Fewer Tourists Interactive, December 23

    The famous holiday displays in Dyker Heights are attracting smaller crowds, but some homeowners are determined to bring cheer.

  58. Take a Walking Tour of New York Interactive, December 21

    Months ago, our architecture critic invited a few people to suggest modest strolls around places meaningful to them. Here’s where they went.

  59. Read the Criminal Complaint Against Julien Jin Interactive, December 18

    Mr. Jin is accused of engaging in a conspiracy to censor Zoom users in the United States.

  60. See What Happens When N.Y.C. Streets Are Full of People Instead of Cars Interactive, December 17

    As the pandemic lockdown cleared the roads and as governments instituted popular programs to keep restaurants and small businesses alive, communities have gotten a glimpse at what the city is like when the streets are reimagined. New Yorkers don’t...

  61. With Rents Going Down, They Looked to Trade Up. Which of These Homes Would You Choose? Interactive, December 17

    For their first place together, a couple joined forces (and budgets) to find a place with some sunlight and enough space to work from home.

  62. Her Dream of a Big Two-Bedroom Became the Reality of a Midsize One-Bedroom. Which of These Would You Choose? Interactive, November 25

    This first-time buyer searched new developments in central Brooklyn, looking for details that would set one apart. Here are the options she considered.

  63. What the Pandemic Has Done to Giveaway Books Interactive, November 20

    Brooklynites have a long tradition of passing along books. But what ends up in giveaway piles these days speaks volumes about our current fraught moment.

  64. A Young Couple Navigate Unexpected Roadblocks to a New Rental Interactive, November 12

    After failing to find a suitable Manhattan apartment, this growing family became ‘the last people to the Brooklyn party.’ Which of these Williamsburg options would you choose?

  65. Inside N.Y.C.’s Effort to Count 713,000 Absentee Ballots Interactive, November 11

    The counting of absentee ballots is slow and unglamorous. ‘Is this one fine?’ a worker asked in Brooklyn.

  66. Condo or Co-op? A Young Family Discovers the Differences and Makes a Big Decision Interactive, November 5

    To find the right place for themselves and their young son, this couple considered the pros and cons of various building types. Which option would you choose?

  67. An Apartment in Brooklyn or a House Upstate? She Had the Budget for One Interactive, October 29

    Ashleigh Kaneski figured she couldn’t afford to buy a one-bedroom in the city, but she could keep her tiny rental and invest in a house in the Catskills. Then she had second thoughts.

  68. What’s the Post Office Good For? Everything Interactive, September 10

    The check (and the book, and the sandals, and everything else) is in the mail.

  69. What’s the Post Office Good For? Everything Interactive, September 10

    The check (and the book, and the sandals, and everything else) is in the mail.

  70. Fleeing the Suburbs for the City? This Couple Was Ready for Some Amenities Interactive, September 10

    After leaving Queens for Long Island, Paolo and Christian Acquista felt stranded. So they plotted their return to the city, this time to Brooklyn. Which of these options would you choose?

  71. They Wanted Some Private Outdoor Space in Williamsburg. But Where Is the Best Place to Find It? Interactive, September 3

    For their first purchase together, a couple searched their old Brooklyn neighborhood for a little fresh air — and maybe a second bedroom. Which of these options would you choose?

  72. A Couple Look for Their First Purchase in the ‘Heart of Brooklyn.’ But Where Is That? Interactive, August 20

    With about $1 million to spend, the former renters were hoping to upsize to a two-bedroom with two bathrooms, good closet space and a view that wasn’t a brick wall.

  73. With a Monthly Budget of Around $3,000, They Wanted a Duplex With a Yard in Brooklyn. Which of These Homes Would You Choose? Interactive, July 9

    Tired of living in a building with a dormlike atmosphere, one couple went in search of a more residential setup. Here’s what they found.

  74. They Wanted a Brooklyn Fixer-Upper for the Right Price. Which Home Would You Choose? Interactive, June 18

    After a couple of years in Seattle, a New York family returned to hunt for a conveniently situated house with some character. Here’s where they wound up.

  75. In Brooklyn, a Peaceful March Turns to Confrontation After Curfew Interactive, June 4

    The police in Brooklyn were quicker Wednesday to enforce the clampdown than they had been before, moving swiftly to disperse demonstrators from rainy city streets and to arrest those who failed to clear out.

  76. Two Renters Try Out the Amenities in Brooklyn’s Newer Buildings. Which of These Homes Would You Choose? Interactive, May 28

    For their first home together, a young couple sought the best roof deck and gym they could find on a budget. Here’s where they wound up.

  77. The New Saturday Night Interactive, May 1

    With billions of people staying home, the world is reinventing the weekend.

  78. Three Roommates Scraped Together Enough for a Brooklyn Rental. Which One Did They Choose? Interactive, April 30

    For about $1,000 each, they hoped to find a decent place near a good bagel store. Now they’re stuck there as they wait out the lockdown.

  79. A Couple With Manhattan Jobs Seek the Ideal Brooklyn Home. Which of These Would You Choose? Interactive, April 16

    After years of renting, two young doctors hoped to buy something in their beloved Clinton Hill, but found better options elsewhere. Here’s where they landed.

  80. New York Was Not Designed for Emptiness Interactive, March 30

    The energy, the traffic, the crowds are all gone. Only the vacant streets remain, waiting for the actors to return to the stage.