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  1. A Wine Shop Focused on the Gems Food, June 24

    Spirit Animal in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, carries organic, biodynamic and natural wines.

  2. When a Great Apartment Plays Cupid Real Estate, June 24

    In New York City, a hard-to-pass-up lease can often lead to a change in your relationship status.

  3. Homes That Sold for Around $1.5 Million Real Estate, June 23

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  4. Proms Can Be Painful. Pride Prom Is Different. New York, June 22

    A heteronormative tradition with an L.G.B.T.Q. twist.

  5. A Brooklyn Exhibition Flaunts Street Art’s Influence Arts, June 21

    The graffiti historian Roger Gastman has put together “Beyond the Streets New York,” which includes works by Shepard Fairey, Jenny Holzer and others.

  6. Moving This Summer? Consider a Hard Hat Real Estate, June 21

    Almost 40 percent of listings in New York City are about a block from active construction, and those odds jump in some parts of Brooklyn and Queens.

  7. 11-Year-Old Bystander Is Wounded in Brooklyn Street Shooting New York, June 20

    The boy was passing by a group of men in Crown Heights when the gunman approached and started shooting just after 7 p.m., according to the police.

  8. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, June 20

    This week’s properties are in the West Village, Murray Hill and Gowanus, Brooklyn.

  9. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, June 20

    This week’s properties are in the West Village, Murray Hill and Gowanus, Brooklyn.

  10. Judge Judy Is Still Judging You Magazine, June 20

    For more than 20 years, Judith Sheindlin has dominated daytime ratings — by making justice in a complicated world look easy.

  11. South Williamsburg, Brooklyn: Where Families Are Out in Force Real Estate, June 19

    These days you can’t walk far without spotting a new Montessori school or a child’s hair salon. So much for the area’s reputation for grimy authenticity.

  12. Living In ... South Williamsburg, Brooklyn Slideshow, June 19

    These days you can’t walk far without spotting a new Montessori school or a child’s hair salon. So much for that reputation for grimy authenticity.

  13. Free Concerts in New York City Parks This Summer New York, June 18

    Our music editors share their top picks.

  14. Masala Mac and Cheese and More Food, June 17

    Shalini Vaswani’s Taza MKT in Industry City, Brooklyn, offers Indian comfort foods for takeout.

  15. A Chicken Purveyor on the Move Food, June 17

    Mary Cleaver, who spent more than two decades at the Chelsea Market, has moved her company to Brooklyn.

  16. Man With ‘Kill Rabbi Max’ Tattoo on Arm Is Arrested in Arson New York, June 16

    The blaze destroyed Rabbi Jonathan Max’s home in Brooklyn and severely damaged two adjacent buildings.

  17. A Brooklyn Drag Show Celebrates Arab Queens Arts, June 14

    At a new cabaret, queens and L.G.B.T.Q. Arabs can party freely.

  18. Guatemalan Stews With Mayan Roots, at Ix in Brooklyn Food, June 13

    The chef Jorge Cárdenas makes jocón, a dish with pre-Hispanic origins and a specialty from his hometown, Quetzaltenango.

  19. Tradition and Fusion at a Guatemalan Cafe Slideshow, June 13

    Ix, a casual all-day cafe a block from Prospect Park in Brooklyn, serves Central American stews.

  20. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan Real Estate, June 13

    This week’s properties are in Yorkville, Elmhurst, Queens, and Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

  21. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, June 13

    This week’s properties are in Yorkville, Elmhurst, Queens, and Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

  22. You Make the Call: Seeking the Best Two-Bedroom Condo in Williamsburg Interactive, June 13

    A Bay Area transplant sets down roots for himself and his best friend in Brooklyn. Which of these three homes did he choose?

  23. The Pizza Ovens of Brooklyn Food, June 11

    An illustrated guide to three outstanding specimens.

  24. The Roots’ Guitarist on Finding Sanctuary in Brooklyn Real Estate, June 11

    For “Captain” Kirk Douglas and his family, home is where the art — and the music — is.

  25. Where Art Is High on the Priority List Slideshow, June 11

    For Roots guitarist “Captain” Kirk Douglas and his family, home is where the creativity is.

  26. Emma’s Torch Adds a Backyard Garden Food, June 10

    The restaurant, which trains refugees, will soon offer backyard-to-table fare.

  27. Homes That Sold for Around $600,000 Real Estate, June 9

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  28. Lock Your Bike to Private Property at Your Peril Real Estate, June 8

    It’s not always easy to find a place to store your bike. But some places are definitely riskier than others.

  29. Nxivm Trial: Allison Mack Lured Woman Into Sex Cult, She Says New York, June 7

    A young actress said Ms. Mack, who starred on television’s “Smallville,” persuaded her to give in to the group’s leader.

  30. Free Outdoor Movies in New York City This Summer New York, June 7

    Survey the myriad available options and find a movie night that appeals to you.

  31. Why This Black Cycling Group Made History New York, June 7

    Not just anyone can ride with the Brooklyn Red Caps, who have been around since the 1970s. Their long-distance, competitive trips are grueling.

  32. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, June 6

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

  33. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, June 6

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

  34. ‘Kids Need a Good Start’: Readers Debate Admissions at Elite N.Y.C. Schools Reader Center, June 5

    The drop in black and Hispanic student admissions to New York’s specialized high schools led to an impassioned discussion among readers with personal experiences at them.

  35. In Williamsburg, a Childproof Home in the Trees Real Estate, June 4

    For a Brooklyn couple with a growing family, buying a fixer-upper seemed like the best way to get what they wanted: a hardwearing, light-filled space.

  36. A Family-Friendly Home in Brooklyn Slideshow, June 4

    For a couple in Williamsburg, buying a fixer-upper seemed like the best way to get what they wanted: a hardwearing, light-filled space.

  37. Homes That Sold for Around $750,000 Real Estate, June 2

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  38. How Can I Avoid a Rent Increase? Real Estate, June 1

    Landlords always want to raise the rent when a lease is renewed, but a little research could earn you a lot of leverage.

  39. Rent Here and Eat Well Real Estate, May 31

    Developers are betting that full stomachs will equal happy renters.

  40. A Perfect Recipe That Took Time to Brew Fashion, May 31

    Patricia Park piqued Brett Taylor’s interest with a Match.com profile that cited a love of West Coast India pale ales.

  41. Losing Your Dream Apartment Real Estate, May 31

    Any New York City renter knows that even the best rental can become a nightmare — and if it doesn’t, it could always be snatched away from you.

  42. Are We Fighting a War on Homelessness? Or a War on the Homeless? New York, May 31

    The issue is dire, and yet politicians stay away from addressing it and many progressives are happy to see the homeless live anywhere else

  43. The Ideal Apartment May Just Be a Dream Slideshow, May 31

    Finding the perfect apartment is a lot like falling in love, only much rarer and often more fleeting.

  44. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, May 30

    This week’s properties are in the West Village, Midtown East, and Ditmas Park, Brooklyn.

  45. Why Violence Is Up in Pockets of Brooklyn New York, May 30

    Thursday: Gang retaliation is partly behind a rise in shootings in the northern part of the borough.

  46. You Make the Call: Leaving Williamsburg for Better Value in Brooklyn Interactive, May 30

    In need of more space, a couple chooses among three options in Clinton Hill and Bedford-Stuyvesant. Which did they pick?

  47. An Evening at Dreamland Roller Disco (and Where to Eat and Drink Nearby) New York, May 29

    This groovy skate night is a dance party on wheels. Here’s how to make the most of your night.

  48. Why Violence Is Spiking in Pockets of Brooklyn, Even as the City Gets Safer New York, May 29

    Six shootings over the Memorial Day weekend reflect gang violence that is fueling a rise in killings this year in northern Brooklyn.

  49. In Brooklyn, a New Food Hall With Breathtaking Views Food, May 28

    Time Out Market New York, from the publishers of the magazine, features 21 vendors in a two-story space in Dumbo.

  50. A Nice One-Bedroom, Even on a Teacher’s Salary Real Estate, May 27

    A series of bad roommate situations leads a public-school teacher to her first solo apartment in Brooklyn.