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  1. Queens D.A. Primary Too Close to Call, as Cabán Narrowly Leads Katz New York, Yesterday

    A six-way race was down to two candidates, with absentee ballots likely to decide whether Tiffany Cabán or Melinda Katz wins the Democratic nomination.

  2. Live in a Regulated Apartment? New York City Just Decided Your Rent New York, Yesterday

    The increases will be in effect for rent-stabilized tenants who renew leases after Oct. 1.

  3. Photos: WorldPride Begins in New York New York, Yesterday

    New York City is hosting this year’s WorldPride celebration and commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall rebellion. From parades to drag shows, here are scenes from the week.

  4. Queens District Attorney Democratic Primary Election Results Interactive, Yesterday

    See full results from the Queens, N.Y. district attorney primary election.

  5. Sex Sells, but When It Comes to Female Pleasure, the New York Subway Isn’t So Sure Business, Yesterday

    A sex toy company is suing the M.T.A. for banning its advertising, calling it a “double standard.”

  6. Tolls From New Jersey Into New York May Increase (Again) New York, Yesterday

    The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey wants to raise tolls on bridges and tunnels and add a $4 fee to airport carfares.

  7. Thomas Keller Brings Country Club Cuisine to the City Food, Yesterday

    At TAK Room at Hudson Yards, the chef salutes the strait-laced, spice-free food that rich Americans used to feed on.

  8. Hey, Tourists! Here’s Where to Dance and Drink in New York City for Pride Style, Yesterday

    Let’s be honest: The Stonewall isn’t all that. Here are some places to go instead.

  9. Primary Election in New York: A Six-Way Contest for Queens D.A. New York, Yesterday

    Tuesday: The election is the borough's first competitive district attorney's race in decades.

  10. New York Primary Elections: Who’s Running for Queens D.A. New York, Yesterday

    Tuesday: The election is the borough's first competitive district attorney's race in decades.

  11. The Gay Jewish Matador From Brooklyn New York, Yesterday

    Sidney Franklin was “hiding in plain sight” as a closeted bullfighter in a macho sport. He became a legend in Spain and loved dressing the part.

  12. Hidden Document Reveals N.Y. Was Warned of Looming Taxi Loan Crisis New York, June 24

    In an emotional City Council hearing, lawmakers said New York officials could have stopped exploitative loans that have devastated thousands of cabdrivers.

  13. The Bug That Crashed New York’s Wireless Network New York, June 24

    Despite warnings, New York City’s technology managers were blindsided by the so-called GPS rollover, failing to install simple but necessary upgrades.

  14. Did a Princeton Graduate Know Killing His Father Was Wrong? New York, June 24

    The defense says Thomas Gilbert Jr.’s mental illness should absolve him of responsibility in the murder. Prosecutors argue his insanity claim is a ruse.

  15. Illegal Bird Smuggling Fueled by Finch Singing Contests in New York New York, June 24

    The songbirds, often smuggled from Guyana, can fetch between $3,000 and $5,000 each, federal authorities said.

  16. New York Lawmakers Showed How to Get Things Done Opinion, June 24

    Congress could learn a thing or two.

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

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

  18. Celebrating WorldPride and Stonewall 50 New York, June 24

    Monday: Here is a guide to some of The Times’s Pride coverage.

  19. 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.

  20. He’s in Charge of Housing for 11,000 Minnesotans. Can He Handle 400,000 New Yorkers? New York, June 24

    Gregory Russ will head Nycha, whose recent leaders have resigned in the wake of scandals over safety and management.

  21. He’s in Charge of Housing for 11,000 Minnesotans. Can He Handle 400,000 New Yorkers? New York, June 24

    Gregory Russ will head Nycha, whose recent leaders have resigned in the wake of scandals over safety and management.

  22. Amid Racial Divisions, Mayor’s Plan to Scrap Elite School Exam Fails New York, June 24

    Opposition from Asian lawmakers and a billionaire’s lobbying push helped block Bill de Blasio’s plan to desegregate New York’s specialized schools.

  23. She Joined the Military, and Became a Citizen. But Her American Dream Ended in Violence. New York, June 23

    A Russian immigrant and her two children were found dead in Staten Island, seven years after she became a citizen in a White House ceremony.

  24. The Small-Donor Model That Helped Ocasio-Cortez Win Is Aiding Another Progressive New York, June 23

    Tiffany Cabán’s candidacy for Queens district attorney is testing whether the traditional base of local donors has been surpassed by small out-of-town cash contributions.

  25. ‘Flying Wallendas’ Cross Times Square on High Wire in Death-Defying Stunt New York, June 23

    On Sunday night, Nik and Lijana Wallenda walked a quarter-mile on a wire strung 25 stories above Midtown Manhattan.

  26. ‘As We Approached My Stop, I Did Something I Hadn’t Anticipated’ New York, June 23

    On the way home from a book-signing, help fixing a flat tire in the Bronx and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

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

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  28. Woman and 2 Children Are Found Dead on Staten Island, Police Say New York, June 22

    All three victims were found in the same room, officials said. The police said officers had been called to the house for a domestic incident once before.

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

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

  30. Hope for the Subways Opinion, June 21

    A good team is starting to make them run better.

  31. T Suggests: Painterly Ceramics, Grateful Dead Body Oils and More T Magazine, June 21

    A roundup of things our editors — and a few contributors — are excited about in a given week.

  32. What Are You Doing for Lunch? Business, June 21

    A vintage look at getting away from work (usually) to grab a bite.

  33. Cardi B Indicted in Strip Club Fight in Queens New York, June 21

    The rapper faces several charges, including two counts of felony attempted assault.

  34. How a Self-Taught Art Curator Became a Gay Rights Champion U.S., June 21

    ‘I had no vision at all,’ said Charles W. Leslie, who co-founded the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art 50 years ago. ‘It had to do with some vague concept of gay liberation.’

  35. How a Self-Taught Art Curator Became a Gay Rights Champion U.S., June 21

    ‘I had no vision at all,’ said Charles W. Leslie, who co-founded the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art 50 years ago. ‘It had to do with some vague concept of gay liberation.’

  36. Summer’s Finally Here. So Where Is It? New York, June 21

    Storms have dumped rain in the New York area — and across many states — all week.

  37. 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.

  38. What to Do in New York This Weekend Arts, June 21

    The cultural offerings are varied and vast, from ‘Toy Story 4’ in movie theaters to numerous ways to celebrate the first day of summer and NYC Pride.

  39. Why Electric Scooters and Bikes Are Finally Coming to New York New York, June 21

    Friday: The new law, which allows cities and towns to set local rules for the devices, would take effect over the next year.

  40. 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.

  41. Being Transgender at Goldman Sachs Business, June 21

    How Maeve DuVally, an employee in the bank’s buttoned-up communications department, became herself at work.

  42. How New Rent Laws in N.Y. Help All Tenants New York, June 21

    The rules affect evictions, security deposits, application fees and more, and could have an impact on policies in other states.

  43. 11 Outdoor Installations to See in New York This Summer Arts, June 21

    From the South Bronx to Governors Island and beyond, artworks are popping up all over the city. Here’s a guide to what’s happening.

  44. 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.

  45. Your Daily Dose of Optimism! Opinion, June 20

    The America that lies beyond our current despair.

  46. Is El Museo del Barrio Forsaking Its Roots, or Expanding Them? Arts, June 20

    The museum is being torn apart. A 50th anniversary show illuminates its past. Does it also point a way forward?

  47. 13 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, June 20

    Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  48. 7 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, June 20

    Our guide to cultural events in New York City for children and teenagers happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  49. 3 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Movies, June 20

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  50. 9 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Theater, June 20

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  51. 6 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, June 20

    Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  52. 5 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, June 20

    Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  53. 25 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, June 20

    Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.

  54. 3 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, June 20

    Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  55. Students of Color are More Likely to Be Arrested in School. That May Change. New York, June 20

    New York City’s new discipline code could have an immediate impact.

  56. On 125th Street, Dancing Toward Freedom Arts, June 20

    A response to Harlem’s changing landscape, this marathon performance piece travels from one end of the street to the other.

  57. A Race for Queens D.A., but Ocasio-Cortez, Warren and Sanders Loom New York, June 20

    The Democratic primary may show whether a progressive vision for criminal justice resonates in a borough with a law-and-order past.

  58. Demise of Gasoline Cars? What We Know About N.Y.’s Ambitious Climate Goals New York, June 20

    It’s one of the world’s most far-reaching climate plans. Here’s what it could mean for your work, health, neighborhood and bank account.

  59. 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.

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

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

  61. New York Union Throws Weight Behind ‘Hometown Guy’ Bill de Blasio for 2020 U.S., June 20

    A New York hotel union is directing donations to the mayor, with an eye on influencing the next mayor’s race in addition to the presidential contest.

  62. 5 Women Are Suing NY1, Claiming Age and Gender Discrimination New York, June 20

    Thursday: "In the media world, you can’t fight sexism without also fighting ageism,” a lawyer for the anchorwomen said.

  63. L.G.B.T.Q. Visibility, Literally: Painting New York for Pride U.S., June 20

    More than 50 murals in all five boroughs of New York City will mark the half-century since the Stonewall uprising.

  64. 36 Hours of New York City Pride Travel, June 20

    This year’s host of WorldPride offers a calendar packed with activities. So dive right in, but don’t skip some of the lower-key options (and save room for Frito pie).

  65. ‘Clash of Values’: Why a Boycott Is Brewing Over Pride Celebrations New York, June 20

    Some critics say the Pride March has become overrun by corporate sponsors. They have organized an alternative parade for the same day.

  66. 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.

  67. You Make the Call: Debuting in a Downtown Studio Interactive, June 20

    A Michigan native who once vowed she ‘would never move here’ dives headlong into Lower Manhattan. Which studio did she choose?

  68. Before Trump and the Kardashians, Gloria Vanderbilt Invented the Personal Brand New York, June 19

    It used to be that the very rich avoided the spotlight at all costs. Then an heiress figured out how to sell her own story and changed all that forever.

  69. Yo-Yo Ma’s Sister, Yeou-Cheng, Continues Her Family’s Legacy Arts, June 19

    The Children’s Orchestra Society, founded by their father, is celebrating its 50th anniversary at Carnegie Hall this week.

  70. Yo-Yo Ma’s Sister, Yeou-Cheng, Continues Her Family’s Legacy Arts, June 19

    The Children’s Orchestra Society, founded by their father, is celebrating its 50th anniversary at Carnegie Hall this week.

  71. How Cuomo Plans to Crack Down on Subway Fare Evasion New York, June 19

    Wednesday: The governor said he would put 500 uniformed officers on bus routes and in subway stations.

  72. 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.

  73. 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.

  74. Electric Scooters Are Coming to New York, But You Can’t Rent One in Manhattan New York, June 19

    Tech leaders and delivery workers fought to lift the ban on electric bikes and scooters. Manhattan is off limits to the scooters because of congestion.

  75. Tiffany Cabán for Queens District Attorney Opinion, June 18

    In next Tuesday’s Democratic primary, an ambitious young public defender offers overdue change.

  76. Trump Will Not Apologize for Calling for Death Penalty Over Central Park Five New York, June 18

    “You have people on both sides of that,” the president said when asked about the wrongly convicted defendants.

  77. He Graduated From Princeton, but Barely Worked. Then He Killed His Dad Over His Allowance. New York, June 18

    Now on trial for murder, Thomas Gilbert Jr. had spent his 20s surfing in the Hamptons and living off his parents.

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

    Our music editors share their top picks.

  79. Lamia’s Fish Market Opens in the East Village Food, June 18

    Cuban food on the West Side, a Queens standout in Chelsea Market, and more restaurant news.

  80. Asking Artists, What Do You Need? Arts, June 18

    The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council has a new artistic leader, Lili Chopra, who sees the needs of the city and the needs of artists as complementary. Her first River to River Festival is this week.

  81. Asking Artists, What Do You Need? Arts, June 18

    The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council has a new artistic leader, Lili Chopra, who sees the needs of the city and the needs of artists as complementary. Her first River to River Festival starts this week.

  82. In a Miniature Space, Van Da Roams All Around Vietnam Food, June 18

    This new restaurant in the East Village explores regional cooking from cities like Hanoi, Saigon and Hue.

  83. Memories of Rice Cakes and Noodles Slideshow, June 18

    The owner of an East Village restaurant has been teaching the chef how to cook the food she remembers from her Vietnamese childhood.

  84. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Real Estate, June 18

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  85. Bronx Principal to Challenge Eliot Engel, Powerful House Democrat, From the Left U.S., June 18

    Jamaal Bowman will take on Mr. Engel, who heads the House Foreign Affairs Committee, with help from a group that backed Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez last year.

  86. Marijuana, E-Scooters, Driver’s Licenses: Last-Minute Deals in Albany New York, June 18

    Tuesday: Major developments on complicated issues in the last days of the legislative session.

  87. How to Survive Pride in New York Travel, June 18

    Four million people are expected in the city around WorldPride. If you’re one of them, here’s what you need to know.

  88. Cities Start to Question an American Ideal: A House With a Yard on Every Lot Interactive, June 18

    Rising concerns about housing affordability, racial inequality and climate change are causing cities nationwide to re-examine their attachment to the detached house.

  89. Weinstein’s ‘Dream Team’ of Defense Lawyers Falls Apart New York, June 17

    One by one, the lawyers representing the movie producer against sexual assault charges in Manhattan have bowed out.

  90. Stop Sneering at Bill de Blasio Opinion, June 17

    He shouldn’t run for president, but he’s been a good mayor.

  91. Paul Manafort Seemed Headed to Rikers. Then the Justice Department Intervened. New York, June 17

    The decision came after Attorney General William Barr’s top deputy sent a letter to state prosecutors. Mr. Manafort will now be held in a federal lockup while he faces state charges.

  92. The Bronx Will Host a Pro Tennis Tournament in August Sports, June 17

    Professional tennis is returning to Crotona Park: a women’s event the week before the United States Open.

  93. It’s a Beach if We Say So: Lost Scenes From Downtown’s Hipster Landfill New York, June 17

    Before Battery Park City, artists and sun-seekers made themselves at home.

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

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

  95. Spanish Produce at Hudson Yards Food, June 17

    A fruit and vegetable stand in Little Spain has some hard-to-find items like fresh padrón peppers and dried ñora peppers.

  96. 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.

  97. Some Students Get Extra Time for New York’s Elite High School Entrance Exam. 42% Are White. Interactive, June 17

    The data underscores what testing experts have long emphasized: Income, race and privilege can influence a process that is supposed to be a level playing field.

  98. 6 Ways New Rent Laws Will Affect New Yorkers New York, June 17

    Monday: More apartments will stay regulated, with stricter limits on rent increases.

  99. Rent Laws’ Impact: Tenant Paradise or Return of the ‘Bronx Is Burning’? New York, June 17

    The Bronx could be the epicenter for the rent regulation overhaul, and there are two starkly different visions of how it will play out.

  100. ‘All Was Going Well When I Noticed a Rustling Under Some Shrubbery’ New York, June 17

    Finding a hen in Riverside Park, an ode to the Sturgeon King and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

  101. A Teenager Had Nearly Escaped a Raging Fire. Then He Heard a Little Girl’s Cries. New York, June 16

    Lucas Silverio had almost reached safety when he heard 3-year-old Yasleen McDonald cry out. He turned back toward the flames.

  102. 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.

  103. Wall Street Donors Are Swooning for Mayor Pete. (They Like Biden and Harris, Too.) U.S., June 16

    Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg and Kamala Harris are generating the most buzz, but for different reasons. Hometown candidates like Kirsten Gillibrand and Bill de Blasio are stirring less excitement.

  104. Memories of That Night at the Stonewall Inn, From Those Who Were There U.S., June 16

    On June 28, 1969, a gay bar in Greenwich Village helped change the course of L.G.B.T.Q. history.

  105. Homes That Sold for Around $450,000 Real Estate, June 16

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  106. Woman and Daughter, 10, Found Dead in the Bronx, Police Say New York, June 15

    A man was taken to a hospital in critical condition with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, the police said.

  107. Woman and Daughter, 10, Found Dead in the Bronx, Police Say New York, June 15

    A man was taken to a hospital in critical condition with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, the police said.

  108. The Best NYC Bars for Watching the 2019 Women’s World Cup Interactive, June 15

    The 2019 Women’s World Cup is in full swing, and all 24 teams are still competing. If you live in New York, you can eat, drink and watch the games with countless fan bases, from the Jamaicans to the Germans. Here’s a guide to some of the biggest parties celebrating some of those teams competing in France.

  109. 5 Takeaways From New York City’s $93 Billion Budget Deal New York, June 15

    What will taxpayers get for the growing budget? More social workers in schools, senior housing, and spending for libraries.

  110. New York Police Officer Kills Himself, Third Police Suicide in 10 Days U.S., June 14

    The police commissioner urged officers to seek mental health care, reiterating what he said after a deputy chief and detective took their own lives this month.

  111. New Rent Laws Pass in N.Y.: ‘The Pendulum Is Swinging’ Against Landlords New York, June 14

    The package, signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, significantly strengthened protections for all tenants in New York City.

  112. ‘Junior’ Guzman Killing: 5 Convicted of Hacking Innocent Teenager to Death New York, June 14

    Their trial provided a glimpse inside the violent Trinitarios gang, whose members mistook 15-year-old Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz for a rival.

  113. New York City Allocates $250,000 for Abortions, Challenging Conservative States New York, June 14

    The money will go to a nonprofit fund that pays clinics for abortions performed on women who cannot pay, a third of whom live outside New York.

  114. A Walking Tour of 11 Landmarks in Gay New York Interactive, June 14

    This Pride month, we’ll take you to important locations in L.G.B.T.Q. history and tell you the stories about the gay New Yorkers, icons and activists who lived and worked there. Along the way we’ll let you know about some upcoming events and a few insider tips.

  115. 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.

  116. Deadline Approaching for Elevator Upgrades Real Estate, June 14

    Some 44,000 elevators in New York must have door-lock systems installed by the end of the year.

  117. Measles Outbreak: Ending Religious Exemptions for Vaccinations New York, June 14

    Friday: Brooklyn and Rockland County have been the epicenter of the country’s measles outbreak.

  118. The Real Dog Moms of New York City New York, June 14

    Inside the chaos, glitter and absolute furry cuteness of a puppy pageant.

  119. How Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka Spend Their Sundays New York, June 14

    ‘There is no consistency to our routine except that we’re together and spending quality time with the kids.’

  120. How Middle Schoolers Built ‘Pizza Sail’ (Hint: Without Their Phones) New York, June 14

    An after-school program invites students to build small sailboats from scratch, then test them out on the water.

  121. Bringing Up Robot Baby, a Teenage Rite of Passage New York, June 14

    Students around the country take home the infant simulators, with little evidence that they reduce pregnancy.

  122. Bringing Up Robot Baby, a Teenage Rite of Passage New York, June 14

    Students around the country take home the infant simulators, with little evidence that they reduce pregnancy.

  123. How I Found Out Nicky Barnes Was Dead Reader Center, June 14

    The former drug dealer had been in witness protection. “Nicky? He used to call me all the time,” a source said. “But I haven’t heard from him in years.”

  124. 8 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, June 13

    Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  125. 5 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, June 13

    Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  126. 6 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, June 13

    Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  127. 12 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, June 13

    Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  128. 5 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Movies, June 13

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  129. 21 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, June 13

    Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.

  130. 11 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Theater, June 13

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  131. 7 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, June 13

    Our guide to cultural events in New York City for children and teenagers happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  132. Female Surrealists Re-emerge in 2 Startling Shows Arts, June 13

    Leonora Carrington and Remedios Varo, known for their mystical styles, flourished in Mexico.

  133. Shuffled Among Homeless Shelters, and Not Told Why New York, June 13

    Numbers seem to back up complaints from people in New York City’s shelter system that they are moved, for seemingly no reason, far from work, school and family.

  134. Lincoln Center Unveils Its 10th White Light Festival Arts, June 13

    This fall will feature international theater works that were once a staple of the discontinued Lincoln Center Festival.

  135. 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.

  136. 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.

  137. The Philharmonic and Met Opera Go Outdoors, in Good Weather and Bad Arts, June 13

    Two concerts in Central Park proved, yet again, that there is an improbable joy in hearing great music outside of the concert hall.

  138. Lorna Simpson Embraces the Blues Arts, June 13

    Photography, video, installation, and now painting in her new solo show, “Darkening,” in Chelsea. Is there anything this artist can’t do?

  139. 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.

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

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

  141. ‘Notorious B.I.G.’ Way and 8 Other Public Spaces Named for Rappers New York, June 13

    Thursday: Fulton Street at St. James Place in Brooklyn is the latest co-naming to reflect New York City's hip-hop heritage.

  142. Bastion of Anti-Vaccine Fervor: Progressive Waldorf Schools New York, June 13

    Opposition to vaccines on the left is increasingly worrying the authorities. At one progressive school, 60 percent of the 300 students were not vaccinated against measles and other diseases.

  143. 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?

  144. Elizabeth Lederer, Prosecutor of Central Park Five, Resigns From Columbia Law Arts, June 12

    Ms. Lederer was portrayed in the Netflix mini-series “When They See Us” as aggressively prosecuting five black and Latino boys for rape despite doubts about their guilt.

  145. Cuba Gooding Jr. Surrenders to Police to Face Groping Charge in New York New York, June 12

    The actor known for his roles in “Boyz n the Hood” and “Jerry Maguire” turned himself in to the police on Thursday afternoon. He has denied the allegation.

  146. ‘If We Do This Right’ Maybe H.I.V. Will Be Forgotten Health, June 12

    Under Demetre Daskalakis’s tenure, New York City has lowered H.I.V. transmission rates, rolled out PrEP and removed some of the stigma associated with H.I.V. and AIDS. But his work is far from done.

  147. Marching to Their Own Beats Arts, June 12

    Watch a portion of Pam Tanowitz’s new dance — her first for an outdoor space — in which all the dancers, including Sara Mearns, have their own timing.

  148. An Evening Spent Watching Theater (and Visiting Goats) in Riverside Park New York, June 12

    Hudson Warehouse’s performances are intimate, low key and plentiful. No tickets or assigned seats necessary, and admission is pay-what-you’re-able.

  149. Facing Ruin, Taxi Drivers to Get $10 Million Break and Loan Safeguards New York, June 12

    Lawmakers plan to investigate the city’s role in a crisis that devastated the New York City taxi industry and left thousands of cabbies in debt.

  150. The ‘Paris Is Burning’ Director on Its Message: ‘Be Yourself’ Movies, June 12

    Ahead of the acclaimed documentary’s rerelease in theaters, Jennie Livingston discusses her film and the ways its legacy has gone mainstream.