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  1. Dance Like Everybody’s Dancing Like No One’s Watching Metro, October 20

    A judgment-free look back at Mister Sunday, a generous, open-air party (with nonstop house music) on the border of Brooklyn and Queens.

  2. Four Knockout Group Shows to See Now Arts, October 19

    From eight centuries of the art now called Surrealist to startling new takes on assemblage from Port-au-Prince, our critic finds a heady mix of old and modern, sex and politics in these powerhouse gallery shows.

  3. In New York, Every Day Is Hispanic Heritage Day Metropolitan, October 19

    Photographs in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. Which, in New York City, is pretty much every day.

  4. In New York, Every Day Is Hispanic Heritage Day Metropolitan, October 19

    Photographs in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. Which, in New York City, is pretty much every day.

  5. How George Motz, ‘America’s Hamburger Expert,’ Spends His Sundays New York, October 19

    It makes sense that Mr. Motz, who started the Food Film Festival, spends much of his time seeking out the best international meals in the city.

  6. Sharing the Food of an Ivorian Childhood at Paradis des Gouts Food, October 18

    Cheick Cisse always hoped to reach those outside his immigrant community, so he opened this spot in Brooklyn, on the border of Bushwick and Bedford-Stuyvesant.

  7. A Taste of Ivory Coast in Brooklyn Slideshow, October 18

    Cheick Cisse, the owner of New Ivoire in Harlem, opened Paradis des Gouts hoping to share the food of his childhood with those outside his immigrant community.

  8. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan Real Estate, October 18

    This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side, in Rego Park, Queens, and Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

  9. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, October 18

    This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side, in Rego Park, Queens, and Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

  10. Aloft in Downtown Brooklyn Real Estate, October 18

    For a buyer looking to upgrade a tiny Greenwich Village one-bedroom, crossing the East River beat heading uptown.

  11. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, October 16

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.

  12. A ‘Sugar Date’ Gone Sour Styles, October 15

    In the fuzzy space between jobs and relationships, there’s a lot that can go wrong.

  13. New Development in Crown Heights Slideshow, October 15

    Several new mid-sized apartment buildings are opening in this Brooklyn neighborhood better known for its many rowhouses.

  14. Crown Heights Mixes Old With New Real Estate, October 15

    The Brooklyn neighborhood is lined with rowhouses, but is now getting some new midsize apartment buildings.

  15. Newlyweds in Williamsburg, With Roommates Real Estate, October 15

    After a long-distance courtship, a couple decides on co-living to avoid the costs and difficulties of setting up their own apartment in Brooklyn.

  16. A White Woman, Teresa Klein, Called the Police on a Black Child She Falsely Said Groped Her Metro, October 12

    The woman, who has become known as “Cornerstore Caroline,” claimed that a boy had touched her behind. She apologized after a video showed she was wrong.

  17. How Noorain Khan, of the Ford Foundation, Spends Her Sundays Metropolitan, October 12

    She calls her mother “10,000 times a day,” focuses on her volunteer efforts, and is “totally obsessed” with barre class at Physique 57.

  18. A Supermarket King Expands His Inventory Real Estate, October 12

    John Catsimatidis, known for owning Red Apple and Gristedes stores and running for mayor, has been busy building apartment towers in Brooklyn.

  19. Donald E. Moore, Who Expanded Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Dies at 90 Obits, October 11

    As the garden’s president in the 1980s, he doubled its indoor exhibition space, tripled the membership and raised funds for the Steinhardt Conservatory.

  20. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, October 11

    This week’s properties include homes in Chelsea, Greenwich Village and Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

  21. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, October 11

    This week’s properties are in Greenwich Village, Chelsea and Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

  22. Hasidic Man Convicted of Beating Black Student Gets Verdict Overturned Metro, October 10

    In a rare ruling, a panel found there was not enough evidence to convict Mayer Herskovic of assaulting a young black man — or to charge him in the first place.

  23. Spiritual Leader Raped 2 Women During Ceremonies, Prosecutors Say Metro, October 10

    A man linked to the Psychic Kaballah Network is charged with luring women for spiritual readings in Brooklyn, and then drugging and raping them.

  24. This Is What Gentrification in Brooklyn Sounds Like Culture, October 10

    “Place,” a meditation on social and personal change, was made by the composer Ted Hearne, the poet Saul Williams and the director Patricia McGregor.

  25. Retired Police Officer Is Attacked and Wife, 71, Is Sexually Assaulted in Brooklyn Home Invasion Express, October 8

    The police are seeking three men who they said attacked the couple, stole a car and fled the scene. A firearm from the home was also missing.

  26. Homes That Sold for Around $600,000 Real Estate, October 7

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  27. De Blasio Dismisses Activist: ‘I’m in the Middle of Doing My Workout’ Video, October 6

    Nathylin Flowers Adesegun confronted the mayor about his affordable housing plan while he was working out at the Y.M.C.A in Park Slope, Brooklyn, on Friday.

  28. Brooklyn Heights Is Fighting Robert Moses Again Metropolitan, October 5

    The need for massive repairs on the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway raises a fundamental question: Aren’t city planners supposed to plan ahead?

  29. Russian Oligarch Transfers $92.3 Million in Manhattan Property Real Estate, October 5

    The closing was part of an apparent property settlement between Roman Abramovich and his third wife. Other September transactions included a $42 million sale at One57.

  30. New York’s New Strollervilles Real Estate, October 5

    In search of affordable housing, young families are putting down roots in places like Sunset Park in Brooklyn and Morris Park in the Bronx.

  31. How Jennifer Jones Austin, Poverty Relief Advocate, Spends Her Sundays Metropolitan, October 5

    Ms. Jones Austin, who lives in her childhood home, attends Bethany Baptist Church, where her father was a pastor, and enjoys a home-cooked dinner.

  32. Take a Tour of Manafort’s Multimillion-Dollar Homes, Going Up for Sale Metro, October 5

    As part of a plea deal with federal prosecutors, Paul Manafort, President Trump’s disgraced campaign chairman, forfeited his New York homes worth about $22 million to the government.

  33. Take a Tour of Manafort’s Multimillion-Dollar Homes, Going Up for Sale New York, October 5

    As part of a plea deal with federal prosecutors, Paul Manafort, President Trump’s disgraced campaign chairman, forfeited his New York homes worth about $22 million to the government.

  34. Trump Is Just Another Crooked New York City Landlord Op Ed, October 4

    I see his type all the time. Here’s what tenant advocates in the city have learned about how to fight him.

  35. The Famed Brooklyn Heights Promenade May Close for Years. Here’s Why. Metro, October 4

    Here’s why replacing a crumbling stretch of the expressway that includes the Brooklyn Promenade will be the city’s hardest, costliest transportation project.

  36. Homes for Sale in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens Real Estate, October 4

    This week’s properties are in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, Astoria, Queens, and the West Village.

  37. In Williamsburg, Designing for Work-Life Balance Special Sections, October 4

    In 2005, the artist Tara Donovan bought a garage in Brooklyn. She has lived there ever since, making a few tweaks along the way.

  38. Supreme Court Battle Lines Editorial, October 3

    A vigil was held in Brooklyn on Wednesday to protest Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court.

  39. The Shooting Victim Died at 16. The Suspect Is Even Younger. Metro, October 2

    The depravity of the slaying shocked a Brooklyn neighborhood. The tender age of the boy identified as the suspect only deepened that sense of loss.

  40. An Azerbaijani Feast Awaits in Brooklyn, if You Can Find It Dining, October 2

    Set back from the street like a used-car dealership, Village Cafe stands out for its careful cooking.

  41. The Woo SoHo Opens, Updating a Korean Trailblazer Dining, October 2

    The latest from Harris Salat in Downtown Brooklyn, a steakhouse featuring inventive dumplings, and more restaurant news.

  42. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, October 2

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  43. The Old Rules of the Workplace Aren’t Working. At Least Not for Women. Special Sections, September 30

    The number of female chief executives in Fortune 500 companies is 5 percent and has actually declined over the past year.

  44. Democrats Turned Up in Record Numbers. But One Man Held All the Power. Metro, September 30

    At a Brooklyn Democratic county committee meeting, progressives tried to exert muscle, but 500 proxy votes ensured wins for the county boss.

  45. To Flip the State Senate, Democrats Eye a Republican Redoubt. In Brooklyn. Metro, September 30

    With Republicans holding a one-vote edge in the Senate, Democrats are focused on unseating Martin Golden, the last Republican senator in Brooklyn.

  46. Boy, 4, Thrown to His Death From Brooklyn Building by His Brother, Police Say Metro, September 29

    The boy was pronounced dead outside his Brooklyn apartment building and his brother, 20, was charged with second-degree murder.

  47. 7 Key Questions as New York Moves Teenagers Out of Rikers Metro, September 28

    The city must move 16- and 17-year-old detainees from Rikers Island jails starting Oct. 1, but with much still to do advocates and union leaders wonder if the city will make it.

  48. At Fan Fried Rice Bar, No Soy Sauce, Just Sublime Fried Rice Dining, September 27

    Everything-bagel spices, pastrami and cotija cheese dot the dishes at this tiny counter-service spot in Brooklyn.

  49. Spectacular Rice With No Cheating Slideshow, September 27

    Paul Chen, the owner and chef at Fan Fried Rice Bar in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, serves creative fried rice with no soy sauce.

  50. Deborah Eisenberg, Chronicler of American Insanity Magazine, September 27

    Over three decades of short fiction, the writer has managed to capture, with hilarious tenderness, the dysfunction of daily life in this country.

  51. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, September 27

    This week’s properties are in Chinatown, Midtown and Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn

  52. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, September 27

    This week’s properties are in Chinatown, Midtown and Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn

  53. Getting In on the Ground Floor of a New Neighborhood Real Estate, September 27

    After watching Harlem slip out of their budget, a couple finds a home in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn.

  54. The Murder Witness Backtracked. Prosecutors Say They Know Why. Metro, September 25

    The indictment of a Queens lawyer and a shadowy courthouse fixer on charges of bribing witnesses has rocked the borough’s legal world.

  55. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, September 25

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.