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  1. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Real Estate, Today

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  2. N.Y. Today: The Ocasio-Cortez Effect New York, Today

    Tuesday: A snapshot of the potential candidates in the 2020 primaries. “We are trying to elect more Alexandrias,” the head of the Justice Democrats said.

  3. Can a Republican Win a Citywide Race in N.Y.? Maybe, With Amazon’s Help New York, Today

    Eric Ulrich, one of two Republicans among 17 candidates for public advocate, may be well positioned to gather votes among those angry at Amazon’s exit.

  4. In This New Caper Novel, a Yearbook Reveals Family Secrets Books, Today

    Elinor Lipman’s “Good Riddance” offers an up-to-the-minute look at a young woman’s life in Manhattan.

  5. Focacce All Dressed Up for a Party Food, Today

    Il Buco Alimentari & Vineria makes focaccia with Sicilian wheat, and tops each one with meats, cheeses or vegetables.

  6. Is 2019 the Year When New York Passes Congestion Pricing? New York, Today

    Advocates of charging a fee to enter congested areas of Manhattan say the odds have significantly improved in Albany. Here’s why.

  7. A Model Detective. A Small-Time Thief. How 2 Lives Collided in a Deadly Robbery in Queens. New York, Yesterday

    Detective Brian Simonsen was killed in “friendly fire” during a robbery. This is his story, and that of a petty criminal who once wanted to be a police officer but is now charged with murder.

  8. A Model Detective. A Small-Time Thief. How 2 Lives Collided in a Deadly Robbery in Queens. New York, Yesterday

    Detective Brian Simonsen was killed in “friendly fire” during a robbery. This is his story, and that of a petty criminal who once wanted to be a police officer but is now charged with murder.

  9. George Mendonsa, 95, Most Likely the Sailor in a Famous Photo, Dies Obituaries, Yesterday

    Mr. Mendonsa made the most credible claim to being the man captured kissing a woman in Times Square on V-J Day in a picture that became a national emblem.

  10. ‘He Was Only 14’: A Sad Birthday Remembrance for a Boy, Slain With His Mother New York, Yesterday

    A day before his 15th birthday, Alanche Del Orbe was killed with his mother inside their Bronx apartment.

  11. Anti-Semitic Attacks Fuel Continuing Rise in Hate Crimes in New York New York, Yesterday

    A recent uptick in anti-Semitic incidents in New York is most noticeable in and near Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

  12. Thank You, New York Opinion, Yesterday

    The city did the rest of the country a favor. Corporate-relocation handouts are terrible economic policy.

  13. Rubén Díaz Makes Homophobic Remarks. Should He Be Expelled From the City Council? New York, Yesterday

    Rubén Díaz Sr. has had a long history of making offensive remarks about homosexuals, and then ignoring calls to apologize or resign because of them.

  14. An Age-Appropriate Place Downtown Real Estate, Yesterday

    For three men in their mid-20s, the goal was leaving dormlike life behind. Now they have a “hangout apartment” in the financial district.

  15. ‘I Noticed a Young Woman Outside the Bank Who Was Clearly Struggling’ New York, Yesterday

    An open door on East 86th Street, a modest proposal at Radio City Music Hall and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

  16. New York Did Us All a Favor by Standing Up to Amazon Opinion, February 17

    Yes, Amazon’s departure will modestly hurt the city’s economy. But it’s also a victory against bad economic policy.

  17. Anthony Weiner Is Out of Prison and in a Halfway House in New York New York, February 17

    The former congressman, imprisoned for sending lewd texts to a 15-year-old, was moved from a Massachusetts prison to a re-entry program in the city, records show.

  18. Smashed Window at Brooklyn Synagogue Leads to Concerns About More Hate Crimes New York, February 17

    The episode at the Chabad of Bushwick comes amid a rise in anti-Semitic hate crimes in New York.

  19. 2-Man Team Planned Robbery That Led to Detective’s Death. It Was Their Second in a Week, Police Say. New York, February 17

    Jagger Freeman and Christopher Ransom had robbed another T-Mobile store four days before Tuesday’s deadly confrontation, according to a criminal complaint.

  20. Her Daughters Died in a Fire as She Did Laundry. She Sobbed While Pleading Guilty. New York, February 17

    “It’s a feeling I can’t forget,” Haya Konte said in an interview after pleading guilty to criminally negligent homicide, and agreeing to leave the country.

  21. Homes That Sold for Around $750,000 Real Estate, February 17

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  22. Bill de Blasio: The Path Amazon Rejected Opinion, February 16

    It could have answered the concerns of citizens. Instead it bolted.

  23. When Queens Was Lame Opinion, February 16

    How could I have once been embarrassed by the borough that took on Amazon? A new day has dawned over the Throgs Neck Bridge.

  24. For Some 2020 Democrats, Rejection of Amazon Aligns With Liberal Policy Views U.S., February 16

    Candidates like Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders were quick to praise New Yorkers who rebelled at the idea of giving tax breaks to a huge corporation.

  25. Met Museum to Return Prize Artifact Because It Was Stolen Arts, February 15

    Investigators found that the gold-sheathed coffin had been stolen from Egypt in 2011.

  26. Amazon Bails and New York Reacts: The City ‘Was Never Really On Board’ New York, February 15

    After the online retail giant abandoned its controversial plan to open a headquarters in Queens, New Yorkers deconstructed what went wrong.

  27. Luis M. Neco, 87, Dies; Barrier-Breaking Puerto Rican Police Official Obituaries, February 15

    He became the highest-ranking official of his heritage that the New York City police had ever appointed when he was named a deputy commissioner.

  28. More Than 100 Priests Accused of Sex Abuse Are Named by Brooklyn Catholic Diocese New York, February 15

    The disclosure is the latest to come from the Catholic Church in recent months, and is one of the largest from an individual diocese.

  29. Jack Taylor, Scourge of the Wrecking Ball in Manhattan, Dies at 93 Obituaries, February 15

    An amateur landmark preservationist, his legacy includes the Ladies’ Mile Shopping District and Tammany Hall. But there were also defeats.

  30. Why the Amazon Deal Collapsed: A Tech Giant Stumbles in N.Y.’s Raucous Political Arena New York, February 15

    The company, long accustomed to deferential treatment from localities, badly misjudged how it would be received in the city, according to dozens of interviews.

  31. Detective’s Death Shows How Cellphone Stores Are Now ‘Easy Target’ for Robberies New York, February 15

    The robbery at a T-Mobile store ended in the killing of a detective by “friendly fire.” The stores have joined banks, bodegas, liquor stores and jewelry shops as targets.

  32. Northern Virginia Is Keeping Amazon’s 25,000 Jobs, and Wants You to Know It Technology, February 15

    The region has its act together and knows what it is doing, officials said.

  33. Amazon Isn’t Interested in Making the World a Better Place Opinion, February 15

    New Yorkers who expected better bought into the myth that tech companies are more than just self-interested businesses.

  34. The Week in Tech: A Break From Consumer Tech Technology, February 15

    What kinds of companies will be the next so-called unicorns? A hint: Many of them won’t have much in common with Uber or Airbnb.

  35. DealBook Briefing: The Bigger Picture Behind Amazon Ditching N.Y. Business, February 15

    The company’s decision could be a turning point for corporate-civic relations in the U.S. and a sign that leftist views are gaining traction.

  36. N.Y. Today: How the Amazon Deal Fell Apart New York, February 15

    It was supposed to be one of the biggest business projects in recent years in New York City.

  37. Saturdays in the Bronx With Bach New York, February 15

    Nearly every weekend for the past 28 years, local children have flocked to the Bronx Conservatory of Music for very low-cost instruction in classical music. Will the school’s success be its undoing?

  38. Wanted: The Oddest Lots Real Estate, February 15

    Faced with high land prices, developers are reconsidering weirdly shaped lots passed over for years. But how long will these cheap sites stay that way?

  39. Even Without Amazon, Tech Could Keep Gaining Ground in New York Interactive, February 15

    In terms of economic, political and cultural impact, the finance industry dominates. But tech is gaining fast, and is where much of the growth is.

  40. New York Returns 25,000 Jobs to Amazon Opinion, February 14

    As the company cancels its plans for a major Queens campus, anti-corporate activists got what they wanted at a great cost.

  41. ‘Wrong Side of History’: In Queens, Amazon Deal’s Demise Reveals Deep Divisions New York, February 14

    Many residents of Long Island City wonder whether “grandstanding politicians” and people with no roots in the community sabotaged a good thing.

  42. Amazon and New York Unions Had ‘Productive Meeting,’ Then Came a Shock Business, February 14

    Labor groups aiming to organize a Staten Island warehouse were in talks with the company a day before it abandoned plans for a Queens headquarters.

  43. Trump’s Tweets Do Not Bar Prosecutors From Seeking Death in Terror Case, Judge Rules New York, February 14

    A federal judge in Manhattan upheld the Justice Department’s decision to seek the death penalty for an accused terrorist, despite President Trump’s support for the idea on Twitter.

  44. Why Did Police Officers Fire 42 Times to Bring Down a Robbery Suspect in Queens? New York, February 14

    Past police shootings may shed light on why officers responding to a robbery on Tuesday fired 42 bullets to stop a suspect, accidentally killing a detective in the process.

  45. What People Are Saying About Amazon’s Breakup With New York City New York, February 14

    Almost everyone had an opinion on the company’s reversal on a second headquarters in Queens.

  46. 13 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, February 14

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

  47. 20 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, February 14

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

  48. 11 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Theater, February 14

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  49. 6 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, February 14

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

  50. 6 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Movies, February 14

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  51. 6 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, February 14

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

  52. 8 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, February 14

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

  53. 7 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, February 14

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

  54. Amazon to New York: Fuhgeddaboudit! Opinion, February 14

    Readers are split over Amazon’s change of plan for its HQ2.

  55. New York Doesn’t Need Amazon’s Sweetheart Deal Opinion, February 14

    Huge incentive packages are a burden for taxpayers. Other cities should follow New York’s lead.

  56. Amazon’s Exit Forces a Reckoning for N.Y. Political Leaders New York, February 14

    Pressure applied by activists and many elected officials led to Amazon pulling out of Queens, but a political backlash may await them.

  57. For Once, Amazon Loses a Popularity Contest Business, February 14

    Amazon’s pullout poses a challenge to one of the company’s bedrock beliefs: that being loved by customers is all that matters.

  58. Valentine’s Day in Times Square Fashion, February 14

    The Times Square Alliance presents Love in Times Square 2019, where couples travel near and far for surprise proposals, weddings and vow renewals.

  59. Mable Lee, Tap-Dancing ‘Queen of the Soundies,’ Dies at 97 Obituaries, February 14

    A professional entertainer from the age of 9, Ms. Lee was seen in numerous short musical films as well as in nightclubs and on Broadway.

  60. Inspiring Loyalty, and Serving Chickenjoy at Jollibee Food, February 14

    The fried chicken at this beloved Filipino chain, with outposts in Woodside, Queens, and now Manhattan, has a craggy, crunchy skin that people wait in line for.

  61. A Filipino Favorite Comes to Manhattan Slideshow, February 14

    Once a small suburban ice cream franchise in the Phillippines in the late 1970s, Jollibee has opened its 37th American outpost, its first in Manhattan.

  62. Arundhati Roy to Headline the 2019 PEN World Voices Festival Arts, February 14

    Dave Eggers, Joyce Carol Oates and others will also take part in the festival, whose theme is the narrowing gap between public and private life.

  63. How Miles Morales Changed the Spider-Verse T Magazine, February 14

    The writer Victor LaValle reflects on the power of the Oscar-nominated “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” and its young hero.

  64. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, February 14

    This week’s properties are in Lincoln Square, Midtown and Sunset Park, Brooklyn.

  65. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, February 14

    This week’s properties are in Lincoln Square, Midtown and Sunset Park, Brooklyn.

  66. Morgan Library & Museum Announces $12.5 Million Exterior Renovation Arts, February 14

    After spending millions working to renovate and expand the complex’s interior, the Morgan shifts to revamp the historic library’s facade.

  67. N.Y. Today: A ‘Friendly Fire’ Tragedy New York, February 14

    The fatal shooting of a detective in Queens — 42 shots in 11 seconds — shows the devastating impact.

  68. Reconciling Asian-American Identity Within Transracial Adoptions Lens, February 14

    Mengwen Cao photographed and interviewed New Yorkers who were adopted from Asia and grew up in white families.

  69. Citing Detective’s Death, de Blasio Scraps Political Trip to New Hampshire New York, February 13

    Mayor de Blasio said that he will postpone a campaign-style trip to New Hampshire, following the tragic friendly-fire death of a police detective.

  70. White Supremacist Who Killed Black Man to Incite Race War Sentenced to Life in Prison New York, February 13

    James H. Jackson received the maximum sentence after apologizing to the court for fatally stabbing Timothy Caughman, 66, in Manhattan in March 2017.

  71. Carol F. Reich, Charter School Innovator, Is Dead at 83 Obituaries, February 13

    The success that she and her husband achieved with the experimental school they opened in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, helped inspire a movement.

  72. Long-Distance Romance? Get on the Love Bus New York, February 13

    College sweethearts and long-distance lovers are using OurBus, which offers low rates, multiple routes, and millennial-friendly amenities.

  73. Art Is Fashion Is Art Again Style, February 13

    Studio art and product design live side by side at Token, a local hangout of sorts on Canal Street.

  74. ‘Friendly Fire’ Killing of Detective: 42 Shots, 7 Officers, 11 Seconds New York, February 13

    Seven officers opened fire toward a man holding what appeared to be a gun in the doorway of a Queens store he had been trying to rob, the police said.

  75. N.Y. Today: Why El Chapo Ended Up in a Brooklyn Court New York, February 13

    At a trial that drew the curious and the macabre, the Mexican drug lord was handed a verdict of guilty.

  76. No Heat, No Power: How a Federal Jail Failed Its Inmates Podcasts, February 13

    The Justice Department says it will investigate why inmates at a Brooklyn detention facility spent the coldest days of the winter in dark, freezing cells. But will that lead to change?

  77. Living On ... Riverside Boulevard Slideshow, February 13

    In place of the train yards that once covered this Manhattan neighborhood are new “lifestyle buildings” with doormen and water views.

  78. Riverside Boulevard: A Parade of Tall Buildings With Amenities Galore Real Estate, February 13

    In place of the train yards that once covered this Manhattan neighborhood are new “lifestyle buildings” with doormen and water views.

  79. New York City Detective Killed by ‘Friendly Fire’ During Queens Robbery New York, February 12

    A detective was killed and a sergeant was wounded in a police fusillade as they responded to a robbery at a cellphone store in Richmond Hill.

  80. El Chapo Was Once Mexico’s Most Wanted Drug Kingpin. Now He’s Old News. New York, February 12

    The trial of crime lord Joaquín Guzmán Loera did not reveal much that Mexicans did not know, but it did remind many of their government’s failings.

  81. Videoconferencing in Immigration Court: High-Tech Solution or Rights Violation? New York, February 12

    A lawsuit claims that an ICE policy in New York violates immigrants’ right to due process, and attempts to expedite and increase deportations.

  82. Ex-Boyfriend Arrested in Death of Woman Found in Suitcase New York, February 12

    The police arrested an ex-boyfriend of a New Rochelle, N.Y., woman who was found dead in Greenwich, Conn., after he used her A.T.M. card.

  83. After Winning a $15 Minimum Wage, Fast Food Workers Now Battle Unfair Firings New York, February 12

    A bill to be introduced to the New York City Council would require employers to provide a justifiable cause to fire fast food workers.

  84. Aziz Ansari Addresses Sexual Misconduct Accusation During New York Set Arts, February 12

    In a “pop-up show” Monday night at the Village Underground, Ansari spoke more directly about an article that took him out of the public eye last year.

  85. E-Cigarettes and Youths Opinion, February 12

    New York City health officials warn of the dangers.

  86. New York Needs Amazon Opinion, February 12

    History is clear: A city that rejects economic opportunity will lose its status as the center of the business world.

  87. A Jewish Bakery Adopts the Pork Roll, Egg and Cheese Food, February 12

    Pete Wells extols a breakfast treat on a bialy at Shelsky’s Brooklyn Bagels.

  88. Refined British Restaurant Found Hiding in a Brooklyn Bar Food, February 12

    Not all the neighbors in Greenpoint have noticed yet, but a new chef has taken Cherry Point in a more meat-focused, English-leaning direction.

  89. A New Destination for Smart British Cooking Slideshow, February 12

    With the chef Ed Szymanski at the helm, Cherry Point in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, has taken a turn toward meat and game.

  90. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Real Estate, February 12

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  91. N.Y. Today: Brace Yourselves for Snow, Sleet and Freezing Rain New York, February 12

    Sloppy, slushy weather may be an obstacle to your commute.

  92. New York Weather: Snow, Sleet and Freezing Rain New York, February 12

    Sloppy, slushy weather may be an obstacle to your commute.

  93. Making an App to Make a Difference Opinion, February 12

    Technology engineers have long served big profitable businesses well, while apps focusing on what more altruistic organizations need remained sparse. But that’s changing.

  94. New York City Public Schools Should Be Evaluated Based on Diversity, Not Just Tests, Panel Says New York, February 12

    A new report suggests the city enact sweeping measures to address entrenched segregation in education.

  95. Bill O’Reilly’s Invitation to Speak at a Police Charity Event in New York Ignites #MeToo Protest New York, February 11

    The Police Athletic League withdrew from the event after drawing criticism for inviting Mr. O’Reilly, who was forced to quit Fox News after sexual harassment accusations.

  96. On His Visit to Albany, de Blasio Gets a (Mostly) Hearty Embrace New York, February 11

    Congestion pricing and the tax breaks offered to Amazon were among the issues that Mayor Bill de Blasio was grilled on by fellow Democrats.

  97. ‘Homosexual Community’ Controls City Council, One Member Says. He’s Resisting Calls to Resign. New York, February 11

    Rubén Díaz Sr., a councilman and a Pentecostal minister, was a vocal foe of same-sex marriage and has made other anti-gay remarks in the past.

  98. Buttery Sablés in All Shapes Food, February 11

    French cookies by the chef Marie-Aude Rose are available at La Mercerie in SoHo.

  99. N.Y. Today: Is Amazon Still Coming to New York City? New York, February 11

    A rundown of a troubled deal. Also, the Guardian Angels get into the clothing business.

  100. Clean, On Time and Rat-Free: 9 International Transit Systems With Lessons for New York Reader Center, February 11

    From Tokyo to Zurich, readers told us how New York’s subway compares with the public transportation in their cities (spoiler alert: not well).

  101. Where the Subway Limits New Yorkers With Disabilities Interactive, February 11

    Two-thirds of the city’s 550,000 residents who have trouble walking live far from an accessible subway station, a New York Times analysis has found.

  102. ‘She Pulled a Book Out of Her Bag to Show Him What She Was Reading’ New York, February 11

    Watching two people meet on a downtown No. 1, left behind on New Year’s Eve and other reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

  103. ‘Where the Hell Is HUD and Money?’ De Blasio’s Own Ally Pans Nycha Deal New York, February 11

    Stanley Brezenoff, longtime public servant and Housing Authority chairman, broke with Mayor Bill de Blasio over a deal for federal oversight in New York City housing.

  104. Prosecutor Drops Abortion Charge in Queens Murder Case, Stirring Debate New York, February 10

    The decision roused anti-abortion campaigners who are critical of a new law that decriminalized abortion in New York State.

  105. Tide Detergent to Clean the Subway? Cuomo Mocked It, but Riders Just Want Solutions New York, February 10

    The dust-up between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the M.T.A. was barely noticed by riders who say all they want are cleaner and more efficient subways.

  106. A School That Embraces a Trendy Model: The Start-Up New York, February 10

    The Brooklyn STEAM Center moved into a new $17 million home inside a tech hub at the Brooklyn Navy Yard so students can learn directly from employers.

  107. How a 25-Inch Plot of Land in Greenwich Village Embodied ‘a Resistance’ New York, February 10

    A tiny portion of land near Christopher Street, smaller than a yield sign, was once the smallest piece of privately owned land in New York City.

  108. Homes That Sold for Around $1,000,000 Real Estate, February 10

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  109. A Mother Tried to Save Her Son for Years. Now He’s Accused of Killing Her. New York, February 10

    Jason Reeves, 32, who had long struggled with mental health issues, is accused of stabbing his mother to death and burning her body at a public housing complex in Brooklyn.

  110. Adam Ottavino’s Harlem Hide-Out Sports, February 10

    In search of a way to save his career, the Yankees’ newest reliever and his father built a pitching oasis uptown.

  111. ‘It’s Cold as Hell’: Inside a Brooklyn Jail’s Weeklong Collapse New York, February 9

    Electricity and heat had been faltering for weeks, but complaints were ignored until a crisis trapped inmates in cold, dark cells.

  112. Mapping Oliver Jeffers’s World Books, February 9

    In his studio in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, he brings together his work as a fine artist and as an illustrator.

  113. The $238 Million Penthouse Provokes a Fierce Response: Tax It New York, February 9

    Proponents say a pied-à-terre tax could pay to repair New York City’s crumbling infrastructure, but others worry the wealthy will buy elsewhere.

  114. Subways Need a Congestion Pricing Promise Opinion, February 8

    Most of the revenue needs to be earmarked for their upkeep and repair.

  115. T’s Wellness Guide to New York T Magazine, February 8

    A shortlist of places to find wholesome food, a good workout and all-natural beauty treatments — with or without crystals.

  116. Amazon HQ2 Deal Stirs New Tensions in New York New York, February 8

    Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo increased pressure on critics of the planned campus in Queens as executives inside the company chafed at new roadblocks.

  117. Norman Seabrook Was Once a Union Power-Broker in New York. Now He Is Going to Prison. New York, February 8

    Mr. Seabrook, the former head of correction officers’ union, was sentenced to prison for taking a bribe to steer the union’s money into a risky hedge fund.

  118. Police Fatally Shoot Knife-Wielding Man in New York City New York, February 8

    Two officers were escorting a man from an apartment on the Lower East Side when he grabbed a knife and attacked his partner, officials said.

  119. N.Y. Today: The L Train Stinks New York, February 8

    Can anything go right with the L train?

  120. How Arielle Charnas, Fashion Influencer, Spends Her Sundays New York, February 8

    Her weekends seem as picture-perfect as her Instagram account. The mother of two works out, eats bagels and even gets along famously with her in-laws.

  121. Where Luxury Meets Accessibility Real Estate, February 8

    Features like open kitchens and spacious bathrooms appeal to nearly everyone. So why isn’t accessible housing more readily available in New York City?

  122. She Could Get Millions to Turn This Factory Into Condos. She’s Not Selling. New York, February 8

    Flavia Galuppo just inherited her father’s building, home to Etna Tool & Die. It’s now surrounded by boutiques and luxury condos, but she is determined not to sell.

  123. 6 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, February 7

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

  124. 16 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Theater, February 7

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  125. 7 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, February 7

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

  126. 12 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, February 7

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

  127. 5 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, February 7

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

  128. 5 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Movies, February 7

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  129. 21 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, February 7

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

  130. 7 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, February 7

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

  131. Wall Street’s Slide Hurts New York; City Loses Nearly $1 Billion in Tax Revenue New York, February 7

    Thursday’s report of a sharp decline in income tax revenue for New York City is a nearly $1 billion surprise: Is it an anomaly, or the new normal?

  132. Cuomo Warns of a 30 Percent Fare Hike if Congestion Pricing Fails New York, February 7

    The governor made his case for congestion pricing, although he acknowledged it would be a “politically difficult battle.”

  133. Missing TriBeCa Mother Found Dead in Garbage Bag, and Her Son Is Charged New York, February 7

    Jared Eng, 22, enlisted the help of two women to transport his slain mother from her TriBeCa apartment to a trash bin in New Jersey, prosecutors said.

  134. The L Train Smells Bad. No, Really, It Smells Very, Very Bad. New York, February 7

    For a third day, subway riders are reporting a strong odor of gas at stations in Brooklyn. Riders and M.T.A. workers have said it is making them sick.

  135. Frida Kahlo’s Home Is Still Unlocking Secrets, 50 Years Later Arts, February 7

    The artist’s life, through clothing, jewelry, objects, films.

  136. January’s Most Popular Properties Real Estate, February 7

    The most-viewed listings of the month included a private island in the Bahamas and homes on the Upper East Side and in Hoboken, N.J.

  137. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, February 7

    This week’s properties are in Lenox Hill, Kips Bay and Brooklyn Heights.

  138. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, February 7

    This week’s properties are in Lenox Hill, Brooklyn Heights and Kips Bay.

  139. ‘One Million American Dreams’ Review: Stories From New York’s Potter’s Field Movies, February 7

    This haunting documentary guides viewers through heartbreaking tales of the lost souls buried on Hart Island.

  140. N.Y. Today: Black New Yorkers, Overlooked, Until Now New York, February 7

    Giving history makers the attention they long deserved.

  141. How a Brooklyn Jail Without Heat Inspired So Much Outrage New York, February 7

    Many vulnerable people suffered during last week’s deep freeze. But only the misery at a federal detention center galvanized protesters.

  142. Two Bedrooms, Almost Real Estate, February 7

    When a pair of friends went looking for a two-bedroom apartment in Brooklyn, they learned that what one person calls a bedroom, another might not.

  143. It’s an Anti-Fascist Thing: How an Obscure German Team Gained a Brooklyn Cult New York, February 7

    The curious case of a bike-messengers’ dive bar that is devoted to F.C. St. Pauli, a minor-league soccer club from Hamburg.

  144. Street Photos of 1960s New York in Kodachrome by Tod Papageorge Lens, February 7

    Hungry for commercial work, the young photographer captured the city’s storefronts and residents with Kodachrome film from 1966 to 1967.

  145. Justice Department Calls for Investigation Into Brooklyn Jail Where Heat and Power Failed New York, February 6

    The department said Wednesday it had asked its internal watchdog to examine problems at the Metropolitan Detention Center that left inmates in the dark and cold.

  146. What Trump Left Out About MS-13’s Rise in New York New York, February 6

    President Trump cited a gang slaying on a subway platform to justify his hard line on new border security, but MS-13 has been in New York for decades.

  147. Google and Waze Must Stop Sharing Drunken-Driving Checkpoints, New York Police Demand New York, February 6

    The N.Y.P.D. said that Waze, by allowing people to share the locations of sobriety checkpoints, was impeding the police’s ability to keep streets safe.

  148. Beto O’Rourke Was Once Adrift in New York City. Now He’s Searching Again. U.S., February 6

    As the former Texas congressman weighs a run for president, his rebel-in-moderation youth offers revealing parallels to his search for direction now.

  149. N.Y. Today: Crisis at the Federal Jail in Brooklyn New York, February 6

    Wednesday: Pressure intensifies to improve conditions at the Metropolitan Detention Center. Also, the president’s childhood home is for sale.

  150. In This Manhattan Apartment, Every Room Is a Testament to Japanese Tradition T Magazine, February 6

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