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  1. Life in ‘Anarchist’ New York City Op Ed, Yesterday

    I saw a woman drinking iced coffee in 57 degree weather. OK, chaos agent!

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

    This week’s properties are in Greenwood Heights, Ridgewood and Greenwich Village.

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

    This week’s properties are in Greenwood Heights, Ridgewood and Greenwich Village.

  4. Industry City: Here’s What Happened Metro, Yesterday

    After a long battle to rezone the business hub in Brooklyn, developers abandoned the plan, eliminating a possible 20,000 new jobs. 

  5. Home Sales Surge in Brooklyn Real Estate, Yesterday

    Six months into the pandemic, inventory is up in Manhattan while buyers are heading to Brooklyn for more space and lower prices.

  6. Progressives Defeat Brooklyn Project That Promised 20,000 Jobs Metro, September 23

    The developers behind Industry City abandoned a rezoning proposal after left-leaning Democrats raised concerns about gentrification.

  7. How New Yorkers Found Resolve After 6 Months of Pandemic Hardship Metro, September 23

    It is not a tale of triumph. Fear persists about what lies ahead. But small transformations have unfolded that reveal the grit and gifts of the city’s people.

  8. N.Y.C. Warns About Rising Virus Cases in Hasidic Neighborhoods Metro, September 22

    Officials see a worrisome indicator in several parts of Brooklyn and Queens after a couple of months of declining or flat transmission.

  9. Korean-Inspired Dishes at Umma by Noodlelove Dining, September 22

    Paellas at Turnstyle Underground Market, a move for German’s Soup and more restaurant news.

  10. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, September 22

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  11. A Burmese Kitchen That Combines Fidelity and Freedom Dining, September 21

    While other restaurants have simplified their dishes for takeout, Rangoon offers complex reasons to dine in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

  12. New Yorkers Honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Child of Brooklyn Metro, September 21

    The late justice grew up in Midwood, formed by its schools, library and synagogue. She was remembered across the borough and city.

  13. The Nation Lost a Titan. Brooklyn Lost a Native Daughter. Metro, September 20

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg — “Kiki” to her Brooklyn family — was a product of the borough’s public schools and synagogues. She is revered on her home ground.

  14. Homes That Sold for Around $1.5 Million Real Estate, September 20

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  15. Anchor the Week With Audre Lorde and Chinese Lute Music At Home, September 19

    You could also check out a Sims-inspired art show, get the expert take on Fashion Week or try a TrapAerobics class.

  16. ‘Static Apnea’ Review: Breathing Together, Remaining Apart Culture, September 18

    In this brief but eerie installation, one viewer and one performer, separated by glass, share the feeling of being trapped underwater.

  17. Streaming Kindergarten on TikTok National, September 18

    Teachers are posting videos of the extraordinary energy required keep young learners engaged and amused.

  18. How a Restaurateur and Activist Spends Her Sundays Metropolitan, September 18

    When she has free time, Claire Sprouse makes a point of supporting small local businesses, since she runs one herself.

  19. Racing Fire Truck Hits Ambulance, Killing Patient Metro, September 17

    A ladder truck rushing to a fire slammed into an ambulance carrying a man who had suffered a heart attack, killing him and injuring 11 others.

  20. Homes for Sale in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens Real Estate, September 17

    This week’s properties are in Carnegie Hill, Prospect Heights and Jackson Heights.

  21. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, September 17

    This week’s properties are in Carnegie Hill, Prospect Heights and Jackson Heights.

  22. Brooklyn Museum to Sell 12 Works as Pandemic Changes the Rules Culture, September 16

    Museums selling their art has long been frowned upon, but recent financial pressures have sent works to the auction block at Christie’s. The proceeds would pay for the care of the collection.

  23. $1.4 Million Homes in Connecticut, New York and South Carolina Real Estate, September 16

    A four-bedroom stone house in Cornwall, a floor-through co-op apartment in Brooklyn and a 1925 house with five bedrooms in Spartanburg.

  24. What You Get for $1.4 Million Slideshow, September 16

    A four-bedroom stone house in Cornwall, a floor-through co-op apartment in Brooklyn and a 1925 house with five bedrooms in Spartanburg.

  25. A Crop of Kitchen Gardens From Chefs Around the Globe Interactive, September 15

    Meet five participants in the Kitchen Farming Project, which provides a loose “recipe” for a garden conceived by the chef Dan Barber.

  26. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, September 15

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  27. How Can Executives Reach the Mayor? Try a Strong Letter Metro, September 15

    Business leaders wrote Bill de Blasio asking for help bringing their employees back to the office. He asked for their help in return.

  28. Tales of Brutality From ‘Twelve Angry Men … and Women’ Culture, September 14

    This brilliantly designed performance, staged for a live audience in Brooklyn and filmed for YouTube, is an urgent response to police misconduct.

  29. Walt Whitman, Poet of a Contradictory America T Style, September 14

    During the Civil War era, the writer emerged as an emblem of the country’s dissonance. Now, in the midst of another all-consuming national crisis, his work feels uncannily relevant.

  30. A Building Courtyard Becomes a Wedding Venue Real Estate, September 14

    The pandemic didn’t stop these high school sweethearts from marrying. It just downsized their party.

  31. ‘Covid Will Not Win’: Meet the Force Powering Brooklyn Hospital Center Investigative, September 11

    During the surge of Covid-19 cases this spring that filled Brooklyn Hospital with the critically ill and the dying, the staff went in day after day, trying to save as many lives as they could. Now they are bracing for a second wave.

  32. For These Shows, Take a Hike Culture, September 11

    If you participate in a sound walk and no one is there to applaud, does it count as theater? Our critic argues that it does. Or at least that it can.

  33. How the Pandemic Has Changed Apartment Building Amenities Real Estate, September 11

    Copper door handles, sectional sofas instead of giant couches, and hospital-grade ventilation systems find their way into new buildings.

  34. In New Development, Buyers Favor the Boroughs Real Estate, September 11

    Yes, some buyers are leaving Manhattan. But others are doubling down on Brooklyn and Queens.

  35. See How N.Y.’s Caribbean Community Kept Carnival Vividly Alive Metro, September 11

    This year, the official West Indian American Day celebrations were canceled — but the Carnival spirit came through.

  36. Trading the Ice for New York City Pavement Weekend, September 10

    Under the summer sun, Ice Theater of New York finds its way back to gliding. “I go wherever my wheels take me,” one skater says.

  37. 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.

  38. 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.

  39. After 43 Years, the Wine Sentinel of the River Café Stands Down Dining, September 10

    Joseph DeLissio, “a blue-collar kid in a white-collar job,” saw the rise of American wine culture and put together an ever-changing, world-class list.

  40. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, the Bronx and Manhattan Real Estate, September 10

    This week’s properties are in Red Hook, Kingsbridge and Midtown East.

  41. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, September 10

    This week’s properties are in Red Hook, Kingsbridge and Midtown East.

  42. That Person Floating Over the East River Is Riding a $12,000 Water Toy Metropolitan, September 10

    A cross between a surfboard and a Jet Ski, the eFoil can go as fast as 25 miles per hour — but only for 90 minutes at a time.

  43. 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?

  44. Outdoor Dining for Ceetay and Hudson Smokehouse in Mott Haven Dining, September 8

    It is the first South Bronx setup of the Rockwell Group’s DineOut NYC systems installed across the city.

  45. 6-Year-Old and 4 Others Are Shot at J’Ouvert Celebration in Brooklyn Metro, September 7

    The boy’s wounds were not life-threatening, officials said, but the violence once again marred the pre-dawn West Indian American Day celebration.

  46. He Turned His Life Around. Then a Gunman Showed Up at His Church. Metro, September 7

    The church helped him have a second chance at life. Two decades later, Edward James, 62, was killed trying to help another man do the same.

  47. How Layshia Clarendon, Athlete and Activist, Spends Sundays Metropolitan, September 4

    The New York Liberty guard has worked all summer in Florida as part of the W.N.B.A.’s experiment isolating in a bubble.

  48. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan Real Estate, September 3

    This week’s properties are in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Woodside and Kips Bay.

  49. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, September 3

    This week’s properties are in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Woodside and Kips Bay.

  50. A Quaker School Promoted Liberal Values. Then Its Teachers Unionized. Metro, September 3

    Brooklyn Friends, a private school, is trying to dissolve a faculty and staff members’ union.

  51. 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?

  52. Taco Mix FonteNova, With Cemitas, Tacos and More, Opens in the Bronx Dining, September 1

    A new spot from the team behind Osamil, a new cocktail cafe, and more restaurant news.

  53. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, September 1

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  54. An Inviting Brooklyn Tasting Room for New York Wines Dining, August 31

    Hound’s Tree of Mattituck, N.Y., has a selection of more than 80 wines all from New York State.

  55. Suburban Home Sales Boom as People Move Out of N.Y.C. Metro, August 31

    Buyers worried about the health risks of living in packed urban neighborhoods seek the space and land the city can't provide.

  56. Homes That Sold for Around $750,000 Real Estate, August 30

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  57. A Poignant Portrait of a Childhood Friend T Style, August 28

    A work by Tyler Mitchell speaks to the artist’s desire to expand ideas about Black masculinity.

  58. New York Gyms Are Reopening. Will Group Fitness Still Thrive Outside? Interactive, August 28

    Party in the park.

  59. 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.

  60. A Two-Bedroom Rental in Long Island City for $3,000? One New York Couple Test Their Budget. Interactive, July 23

    Looking for a modern apartment with easy access to public transport, two renters weigh what they’re willing to compromise on. Which of these homes would you choose?

  61. 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.

  62. 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.

  63. 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.

  64. 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.

  65. The New Saturday Night Interactive, May 1

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

  66. 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.

  67. 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.

  68. 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.