T/brooklyn

  1. At Belarussian Xata, Hearty Fare to Keep the Spirits Light Dining, Yesterday

    There is an odd magic at work at the Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn restaurant, where the food grows increasingly rich as the meal goes on.

  2. A Taste of Belarus in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn Slideshow, Yesterday

    There is an odd magic at work at Belarussian Xata, where birch sap is served in tall carafes, unclouded and pure, and the small plates are not so small.

  3. Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn Real Estate, Yesterday

    This week’s properties are in Park Slope, Brooklyn, in Clinton and Chelsea.

  4. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, Yesterday

    This week’s properties are in Park Slope, Brooklyn, in Clinton and Chelsea.

  5. A Murder, a Conviction and a Never-Ending Case Metropolitan, February 21

    Fifteen years after a college student was found shot five times in a quiet Brooklyn neighborhood, the circumstances of his death remain muddled. And a man convicted in the killing remains in limbo.

  6. Where the Gamers Go Metropolitan, February 21

    Next Level, an arcade with fighting games and trading cards in Greenwood Heights, Brooklyn, draws both competitive and amateur players.

  7. After Nearly 15 Years, a Brooklyn Murder Case Could Return to Court Metro, February 20

    Prosecutors said they planned to retry the defendant, John Giuca, if their appeal of his recently overturned conviction is unsuccessful.

  8. Ax Throwing and Beer, a Fun New Combo in Brooklyn Styles, February 20

    At Kick Axe, a “sports” bar in Gowanus, patrons hurl axes at wood targets.

  9. The Arrest Was a Bust. The Officers Got Overtime Anyway. Metro, February 19

    A federal trial in Brooklyn is set to explore the issue of so-called collars for dollars. The implications could be far-reaching.

  10. The Dog Was Running, So the Subway Was Not Metro, February 16

    A runaway poodle on the tracks snarled the F line for over an hour.

  11. The Power of Wearing Flowers T Style, February 16

    The impulse to adorn ourselves with flora is as old as civilization itself. Here, three floral artists offer new takes on the most atavistic — and enduring — of traditions.

  12. Flatbush and Nostrand, January ’61 Metro, February 15

    Seeing a familiar face while waiting for the bus back to Rockaway Beach.

  13. Frederick Douglass in Brooklyn Metropolitan, February 15

    A new book includes eight speeches about equality, slavery and the Civil War that Douglass delivered in Brooklyn throughout the 19th Century.

  14. Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn Real Estate, February 15

    This week’s listings are in Williamsburg, Murray Hill, and the on the Upper West Side.

  15. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, February 15

    This week’s listings are in Williamsburg, Murray Hill, and the on the Upper West Side.

  16. Savvy First-Time Buyer Does Her Homework Real Estate, February 15

    Careful study and a class for buyers helped Kimberly Lewis, a textile designer, buy an H.D.F.C. co-op in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

  17. Second Federal Judge Issues Injunction to Keep DACA in Place Metro, February 13

    The injunction by a Brooklyn federal judge spares the program for young undocumented immigrants and comes one month after a similar ruling in San Francisco.

  18. The Go-for-Broke Renovation Real Estate, February 13

    After years of looking, they found a bigger house in Brooklyn — then discovered an entire wall was crumbling. So much for staying on budget.

  19. From Nightmare to Dream House Slideshow, February 13

    After years of looking, they found a bigger house in Brooklyn — then discovered a wall was crumbling. So much for staying on budget.

  20. Homes That Sold for Around $450,000 Real Estate, February 11

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  21. While the Landlord Renovates, Life in a Homeless Shelter Metropolitan, February 8

    Tenants of a Brooklyn building were forced out when a synagogue was built in their backyard, bricking up windows and sealing emergency exits. Three years later, they still can’t go home.

  22. Police Seek Motive in Stabbings at Brooklyn Home Metro, February 8

    Detectives began a search of King Soloman Religious Supply, which sells candles and oils, for clues to the murders of its owners.

  23. Where Did Rents Rise the Most in 2017? Real Estate, February 8

    These 10 cities saw the biggest percentage increases in rent over the last year.

  24. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, February 8

    This week’s listings are in South Park Slope, Brooklyn, Hell’s Kitchen and Chelsea.

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

    This week’s listings are in South Park Slope, Brooklyn, Hell’s Kitchen and Chelsea.

  26. Broadway Producer Named BAM’s New Artistic Director Culture, February 7

    David Binder, who also has experience producing festivals in New York and London, will succeed Joseph V. Melillo.

  27. Couple Stabbed to Death in Possible Robbery Outside Brooklyn Home, Police Say Metro, February 7

    Officers responding to a report of a robbery in the Prospect Lefferts Gardens neighborhood found the man, 59, and the woman, 65.

  28. New Trial Ordered in Brooklyn in 2003 Slaying of College Student Metro, February 7

    For 15 years, the case of John Giuca has been an unlikely cause célèbre in Brooklyn. Now, an appeals court has ordered a new trial.

  29. Failure to Screen for Sleep Apnea Led to 2 Recent Train Crashes Metro, February 6

    Failure to test engineers for the sleep disorder was the root cause of train crashes in Hoboken, N.J., and Brooklyn, a federal safety board found.

  30. El Chapo Jurors Will Be Anonymous During Trial Metro, February 6

    A federal judge imposed the rare secrecy restrictions because of Joaquín Guzmán Loera’s “history of violence” against witnesses and rivals.

  31. How Amanda Kludt, Editor in Chief of Eater, Spends Her Sundays Metropolitan, February 2

    It’s all about play dates in and around Williamsburg — for her child, her husband and herself. Sometimes they even involve food.

  32. When Apps Send Traffic to Your Neighborhood Letters, February 1

    Readers from Washington and New York describe the problem of navigation apps clogging roads in residential neighborhoods.

  33. January’s Most Popular Listings Real Estate, February 1

    The most viewed properties on The New York Times’s “Find a Home” listings site.

  34. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, February 1

    This week’s listings are in Sutton Place, Carnegie Hill and Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.

  35. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, February 1

    This week’s listings are in Sutton Place, Carnegie Hill and Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.

  36. West Coast Albacore Tuna Now Available in Brooklyn Dining, January 30

    The Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Co. will carry pole-caught tuna through May.

  37. Brooklyn Gets a Bite of Panzerotti Dining, January 30

    The calzone’s cousin is the star of the menu at a new cafe, Panzerotti Bites, in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.

  38. Hipster Culture and Instagram Are Responsible for a Good Thing Styles, January 29

    These guys paint walls for a living.

  39. Another Missed Connection Metro, January 29

    Hoping to catch a stranger’s eye on the way to a beer garden in Brooklyn.

  40. Homes That Sold for Around $750,000 Real Estate, January 28

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  41. A Brooklyn Family’s Journey Finally Reaches the N.B.A. Sports, January 27

    Dakari Johnson, a rookie center for the Oklahoma City Thunder, is a result of generations of hard work and big dreams.

  42. The Hitchhiker Metro, January 25

    Giving a stranger a lift on a rainy night in Brooklyn.

  43. Judge Blasts City for Delays in Queens Police Abuse Case Metro, January 25

    Citing an “unprecedented and disturbing pattern of delay,” the judge said the case was either a failure by the city to investigate or a cover-up by the police.

  44. Adding a Bedroom in New York City Real Estate, January 25

    Where do city renters find it easiest — and most affordable — to trade up to larger home?

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

    This week’s listings are in South Park Slope, Brooklyn, Chelsea and Clinton.

  46. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, January 25

    This week’s listings are in South Park Slope, Brooklyn, Chelsea and Clinton.