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  1. Homes for Sale in Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx Real Estate, Today

    This week’s properties are in Gramercy Park, Brooklyn Heights and Spuyten Duyvil.

  2. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, Today

    This week’s properties are in Gramercy Park, Brooklyn Heights and Spuyten Duyvil.

  3. 1,713 Mammoth Boilers, and Winter Weeks Away New York, Today

    Families shivered last year as NYCHA experienced repeated heat outages. Now workers are scrambling to keep residents warm.

  4. What Does It Cost to Open a Coffee Shop? Business, Today

    Get ready to buy eight cases of $12-per-gallon oat milk per week.

  5. This Comedian Is Dead Serious About Staten Island Beer New York, Today

    Brian Quinn is reviving the borough’s most iconic brand. There are two other breweries on the North Shore, and beer fans are starting to notice.

  6. A Couple Trades Up in the Financial District. Which Apartment Did They Choose? Interactive, Today

    When their Crown Heights purchase fell through, Alex Wong and Michael Thomas thought they might find better space in lower Manhattan. Here’s what happened next.

  7. Gunman Is Arrested in Mass Shooting at Brooklyn Block Party New York, Today

    Kyle Williams, 20, faces a murder charge in an assault that left one man dead and 11 others wounded at Old Timers Day in Brownsville.

  8. How Amazon Has Transformed the Hasidic Economy New York, Yesterday

    Amazon has become a lucrative place to do business for many Hasidic Jews, offering anonymity to a largely insular community and allowing women to work from home.

  9. Just Out of Prison, Brooklyn Gunman Is Killed by Officers, Police Say New York, Yesterday

    The man was on parole after serving a five-year sentence for robbery, and was firing at another man when officers encountered him in Brooklyn, the police said.

  10. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Real Estate, October 15

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  11. Kickstarter Calls Itself Progressive. But About That Union. New York, October 15

    A contentious organizing drive at the Brooklyn tech company has drawn in high-profile figures like the actor David Cross, the author Neil Gaiman and the cartoonist Matt Bors.

  12. The Wild World of Natural Wine Food, October 14

    The Wild World Fermentation Festival lands in Brooklyn with wines, ciders and beer from more than 50 producers.

  13. An Artist’s Personal Museum in Brooklyn T Magazine, October 14

    Nayland Blake’s one-bedroom apartment is filled from floor to ceiling with personal treasures and works by their community of queer artists.

  14. Vashti Harrison Lets the Light In Books, October 14

    The best-selling author and illustrator shows us around her Brooklyn studio.

  15. Brooklyn Shooting: Poker Player Opened Fire and Was Killed by Bouncer New York, October 13

    The 37-year-old man was among the four people killed at an unlicensed social club in Brooklyn, a police official said on Sunday.

  16. Brooklyn Shooting: 4 Killed at Crown Heights Social Club New York, October 12

    The motive was not clear, but illegal dice and card games were occurring at the club when the shooting started, the police said.

  17. Judge Obstructed Justice in $10 Million Corruption Case, U.S. Says New York, October 11

    The Brooklyn judge was accused of destroying text messages and emails during a fraud inquiry at a major credit union.

  18. Witches Are Having Their Hour Style, October 11

    Pam Grossman, author and host of the popular “The Witch Wave” podcast, said witches are having a resurgence among feminists who want authority over their lives.

  19. Who’s Afraid of a Transit Desert? Real Estate, October 11

    Developers are moving farther away from train and rail stations in New York in search of bargains and untapped markets.

  20. An Artist Who Works to Lana Del Rey and the Hum of Cable News T Magazine, October 10

    Jacolby Satterwhite, known for his virtual-reality installations and 3-D-printed sculptures, discusses a pair of new shows — and his daily routine.

  21. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx Real Estate, October 10

    This week’s properties are in University Heights, on Sutton Place South, and in Prospect Heights.

  22. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, October 10

    This week’s properties are in Sutton Place, Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, and University Heights in the Bronx.

  23. Running to the Wedding. Any Wedding. Fashion, October 8

    Wearing custom tuxedo shirts and sneakers, the Wedding Hashers race to join the wedding photo shoots.

  24. Miss Subways Is Back. This Year, a New Wave Rocker Takes the Crown. New York, October 8

    The storied “beauty” pageant, revived two years ago, now rewards those who most creatively vent their frustration at public transit.

  25. The Chefs Reinventing the Midwestern Supper Club T Magazine, October 7

    Once a mainstay of midcentury dining, the convivial establishments have reappeared, even as the meaning of “all-American” has become more complicated.

  26. Homes That Sold for Around $1.5 Million Real Estate, October 6

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  27. A New History Celebrates Brooklyn’s Heights, and Depths Books, October 4

    Thomas J. Campanella, a fourth-generation Brooklynite, traces the borough’s vibrant past and comments on the hipster heyday happening there now.

  28. Sichuan Food, Bracing and Measured, in Brooklyn Food, October 4

    The chef at Birds of a Feather, in Williamsburg, is classically trained but willing to experiment beyond the mainstays.

  29. For Churches, a Temptation to Sell Real Estate, October 4

    Religious leaders ponder whether selling their buildings to developers is really the best way to protect their congregations.

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

    This week’s properties are in Greenpoint, Hell’s Kitchen and Murray Hill.

  31. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, October 3

    This week’s properties are in Greenpoint, Hell’s Kitchen and Murray Hill.

  32. James Robinson, 79, Dies; Filled an Ambulance Gap in Brooklyn New York, October 2

    Frustrated that responses to emergency calls took too long in Bedford-Stuyvesant, he started a volunteer ambulance corps, and it’s been nimble.

  33. She’s 8 Years Old. Her Superpower? Creating Anti-Bullying Comics. New York, October 2

    Loot, a new store in Brooklyn, is encouraging children to tell their stories. And there are plenty of comic books to inspire them.

  34. A Brooklyn Burger That Conjures Old New York Food, October 1

    Red Hook Tavern in Brooklyn studiously improves on a local classic, the style of burger served at bars like P.J. Clarke’s.

  35. Red Hook Tavern’s Tribute to Classic New York Bars Slideshow, October 1

    A new restaurant in Brooklyn is filled with homages to places like P.J. Clarke’s, McSorley’s and Peter Luger.

  36. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Real Estate, October 1

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  37. Andrew Tarlow Opens a Wine Shop Food, September 30

    Natural and organic wines, along with a staff that spins records greet customers at Stranger Wines and Spirits, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

  38. The Paramedics Saved My Life Opinion, September 30

    A reader who had an asthma attack on a Brooklyn street praises these “heroes and heroines.”

  39. A Fake Psychologist Treated Troubled Children, Prosecutors Say New York, September 29

    “The alleged conduct in this case is truly outrageous,” the district attorney said.

  40. A Menu Ruled by Chance at Iraqi House in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn Food, September 26

    ‘Every dish is different,’ said Mohammed Almandalawi, who is the owner, chef, waiter and, so far, the sole employee at this restaurant.

  41. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, September 26

    This week’s properties are in Park Slope, Turtle Bay and Lincoln Square.

  42. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, September 26

    This week’s properties are in Park Slope, Turtle Bay and Lincoln Square.

  43. They Needed a Kid-Friendly Apartment in Williamsburg. Which Did They Choose? Interactive, September 26

    A couple attempts to find enough space to live with — and separately from — their 5-year-old daughter. Here’s where they wound up.

  44. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Real Estate, September 24

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  45. Homes That Sold for Around $600,000 Real Estate, September 23

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  46. Tekashi 69: Can He Disappear After Testifying Against the Bloods? New York, September 22

    He became a star witness for prosecutors, drawing death threats. Can a viral sensation now truly disappear? And would he want to?

  47. The 19th-Century Troll Who Hated Dirty Postcards and Sex Toys Opinion, September 20

    Before Gamergate, Anthony Comstock was the original anti-feminist crusader.

  48. 6ix9ine’s Testimony: The Rapper’s Rise, Beefs and Crash, in His Own Words Arts, September 20

    This week in federal court, a polarizing musician was an eager witness, describing how his career was tied to his association with the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. These are excerpts from his days on the stand.

  49. How the ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Costume Designer Spends Her Sundays New York, September 20

    Donna Zakowska surrounds herself with vintage garments and accessories, dreaming up outfits for retro characters (and puppets).

  50. They Tried to Unionize the Park Slope Food Coop. Guess What Happened. New York, September 20

    Progressives and organized labor should get along famously. So why is there a disconnect on today’s left?

  51. Thai Flavors Without Shortcuts at Boran in Carroll Gardens Food, September 19

    The chef makes his own shrimp paste for the fried rice dish khao kluk kapi.

  52. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, September 19

    This week’s homes are in East Williamsburg, on the Upper East Side and in the Flatiron district.

  53. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, September 19

    This week’s homes are in East Williamsburg, on the Upper East Side and in the Flatiron district.

  54. The Dolphins Are Awful. Brian Flores Is Fine. Sports, September 19

    Brian Flores, one of the few N.F.L. coaches from New York City, is trying to revive the sinking Miami Dolphins. It’s not going well.

  55. Jacqueline Woodson Transformed Children’s Literature. Now She’s Writing for Herself. Magazine, September 19

    The award-winning author on her mission to diversify publishing — and why she turned back to adult readers with her new novel, “Red at the Bone.”

  56. Overlooked No More: Elizabeth A. Gloucester, ‘Richest’ Black Woman and Ally of John Brown Obituaries, September 18

    She ran boardinghouses whose lodgers included members of New York’s elite, raised money for an orphan asylum and was active in the abolitionists’ cause.

  57. Unlicensed Driver Is Charged in Death of Baby in Stroller New York, September 17

    He was accused of reckless driving after his S.U.V. jumped a curb in the Bronx, pinning the 1-year-old girl against a wall.