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  1. Ambitious Plan to Fix New York Subway Is Already Facing Obstacles Metro, Today

    The subway’s new leader, Andy Byford, released a plan on Wednesday to save the subway, but politics could get in the way.

  2. New Transit Chief’s Rapid Plan: Faster, Better, Cheaper Metro, Today

    Andy Byford proposes to do quickly over the next five to 10 years what was originally expected to take a half-century.

  3. New York Today: The Scourge of Plastic Straws Metro, Today

    Wednesday: A proposed ban, New York’s big comeback, and an anniversary for the public library.

  4. How the Proposed Subway Work Will Affect Your Commute Metro, Today

    The new proposal to overhaul the New York City subway would affect riders on every line in the system over the next decade. Here’s how it would affect your commute.

  5. Brooklyn Heights: 19th-Century Streets and 21st-Century Changes Real Estate, Today

    With the development of Brooklyn Bridge Park and new luxury housing, Brooklyn Heights is drawing international tourists and ever-more-affluent buyers.

  6. What You Get for $1.3 Million Slideshow, Today

    A 1933 Tudor revival home in Beaverton, Ore.; a hillside condominium in Sea Ranch, Calif.; and a one-bedroom co-op in New York City.

  7. $1.3 Million Homes in Oregon, California and New York Real Estate, Today

    A 1933 Tudor revival home in Beaverton, a hillside condominium in Sea Ranch and a one-bedroom co-op in Manhattan near Central Park.

  8. A Sweeping Plan to Fix the Subways Comes With a $19 Billion Price Tag Metro, Yesterday

    The subway’s new leader, Andy Byford, is expected to announce the expensive modernization plan on Wednesday to quickly upgrade the signal system.

  9. Michael Cohen’s Business Partner Agrees to Cooperate as Part of Plea Deal Metro, Yesterday

    A business partner of Michael Cohen, President Trump’s personal lawyer, pleaded guilty to tax evasion and is said to be working with law enforcement.

  10. Living In ... Brooklyn Heights Slideshow, Today

    With the development of Brooklyn Bridge Park and new luxury housing, Brooklyn Heights is drawing international tourists and ever-more-affluent buyers.

  11. Beers, Bras and Fried Seafood Metropolitan, Today

    Jeremy’s Ale House was a South Street Seaport pioneer in the 1980s, when the area was desolate. In 2018, the bar still seems to be where the party is.

  12. License to Interfere Metropolitan, Today

    Annoyed with other people’s behavior, pets, and the way they look on the subway? Train now for your certificate to set everyone straight.

  13. The Elusive City Squab Metropolitan, Today

    Baby pigeons take only a month to become fully developed and leave the nest, which is usually hidden and high up on a window ledge or rooftop.

  14. The Last Word: Philip Roth Video, Yesterday

    The New York Times sat down with Philip Roth in 2008 to talk about his life and accomplishments.

  15. ‘Tin Cat Shoes,’ a Commentary on the Silliness of the System Culture, Yesterday

    This initial, mind-frisking comedy from Clubbed Thumb’s Summerworks festival is a reminder of the particular pleasures of warm-weather goofiness.

  16. Overdoses From ‘Dangerous Batch’ of K2 Grows to 56 in Brooklyn Metro, Yesterday

    The mass overdoses led to at least 15 arrests as the police hunt for the source of the toxic synthetic marijuana.

  17. 10 Days Left, but No Decision on Public Housing Monitor Metro, Yesterday

    Under Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s executive order, an independent monitor must be chosen by June 1 to oversee repairs at New York City housing developments.

  18. Biking and Beeping Metro, Yesterday

    Whoever was honking the car horn was trying to tell him something.

  19. Killer Sentenced to Maximum Term for Elevator Stabbing Death of 6-Year-Old Metro, Yesterday

    A judge sentenced Daniel St. Hubert to 50 years to life in prison, bringing an end to a case that shocked New York City in 2014.

  20. ‘I Am Not Racist’: Lawyer Issues Apology One Week After Rant Metro, Yesterday

    Aaron Schlossberg, who insulted Spanish-speaking workers at a New York restaurant, apologized on social media. One lawmaker said: “Too little too late.”

  21. ‘It Has to Start Somewhere’: Grass-Roots Drive to Integrate New York Schools Metro, May 17

    Despite some opposition to one district’s middle-school integration plan, there is a growing sense in the city that it is time to act on segregation.

  22. In New York High Schools, the Sound of Music Is Muted Metro, May 13

    The city broke up big failing schools to improve academics, but at the small schools that replaced them, fielding a robust music program is a challenge.

  23. New York Today: Barbecue Dos and Don’ts Metro, Yesterday

    Tuesday: Grilling rules, upcoming TimesTalks, and a floating glassblowing studio.

  24. Japanese Seafood Without the Painful Price Tag, at Wokuni Dining, Yesterday

    While the sushi scene in New York caters to robber barons, this Midtown restaurant serves insolently fresh fish at reasonable prices.

  25. Drawing a Younger Crowd to Lower Manhattan Business, Yesterday

    The neighborhood may be the oldest part of New York, but it feels like the newest with the arrival of hotels, residential and office towers, restaurants and nightclubs that cater to millennials.

  26. From Japan, With Fins Slideshow, Yesterday

    A new Japanese restaurant sets itself apart with wild and farmed seafood from Japan.

  27. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, Yesterday

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  28. Survivor of Halloween Terror Attack Says She Will Not Be a Victim Metro, May 21

    Rachel Pharn, 26, was sideswiped by a pickup truck in the October attack on a Manhattan bicycle path that left eight people dead and 11 others injured.

  29. Confusion on the Q Metro, May 21

    A train switches onto a different line. Or maybe not.

  30. Voices From the Bronx’s First Book Festival Book Review, May 21

    While it might be tempting to proclaim that the borough is back, last weekend’s literary celebration proved it never really left.

  31. John Fraser Leaves Dovetail Dining, May 21

    The chef sold the restaurant to his partners in the restaurant, who plan to keep it open.

  32. Distillery Brings Spirits Back to Manhattan Dining, May 21

    Our/Vodka’s latest urban distillery opens this week in Chelsea.

  33. New York Today: Smelling Your Way to Work Metro, May 21

    Monday: Mapping the city’s smells, kicking off pop music festival season, and remembering Tom Wolfe.

  34. The Broadway Shows to See Now Interactive, May 21

    What to see, where to eat and how to ​get cheap tickets — everything you need to navigate ​Broadway.

  35. Opioid Crisis Compels New York to Look North for Answers Metro, May 21

    Supervised injection sites for heroin users have prevented overdose deaths in Canada. But is New York City ready for the scenes that come with them?

  36. Holding Out in Harlem, Despite Demolition Video, May 20

    Even as his landlord tears down the East Harlem building he lives in, Ray Tirado has stayed put in his apartment. “Harassment by construction” is a critical part of how gentrification takes hold in neighborhoods like this, experts say.

  37. Working From Home Metro, May 20

    An exchange in an elevator.

  38. He’s ‘Old School’ — and Has the Dunce Chair to Prove It Metro, May 20

    A retired teacher turned his Manhattan apartment into a shrine to his school years. Now he’s expanding his collection citywide, to showcase his love for all things vintage public schools.

  39. K2 Eyed as Culprit After 14 People Overdose in Brooklyn Metro, May 20

    Investigators were trying to determine the source of a drug that caused the victims to faint and vomit.

  40. What You Need to Know as a New York Tenant Investigative, May 20

    The city’s housing system can be complicated to navigate. Here’s a quick primer on what your rights are and how to exercise them.

  41. Behind New York’s Housing Crisis: Weakened Laws and Fragmented Regulation Interactive, May 20

    Affordable housing is vanishing as landlords exploit a broken system, pushing out rent-regulated tenants and catapulting apartments into the free market.

  42. Out of Prison, Back to Congress? Michael Grimm Is Trying on Staten Island Politics, May 20

    After pleading guilty to tax fraud, Mr. Grimm gave up his seat in 2014. Now he’s running to reclaim his Staten Island House seat.

  43. Public School Students Deprived of Music and Art Letters, May 20

    Readers stress the importance of music and the arts in public schools.

  44. Homes That Sold for Around $600,000 Real Estate, May 20

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region

  45. A Staten Island Man Found a Safe of Cash in His Backyard. Then Things Got Weird. Express, May 19

    Matthew Emanuel returned the cash and jewels after he did some sleuthing that linked the treasure to a $52,000 robbery and the “Ninja Burglar.”

  46. It’s Spring, Right? Styles, May 19

    Yes, though it doesn’t always look or feel that way.

  47. Sex and the Liberal Politician: A New York Story Interactive, May 18

    The state has sold itself as a standard-bearer of progressive virtue. So why do its elected officials keep getting in trouble for sexual misconduct and corruption?

  48. New York Today: Inside the New York City Survival Kit Metro, May 18

    Friday: Essential items to stash in your bag, weekend events, and a royal wedding.

  49. Former Playboy Model and Son, 7, Die in Plunge From Manhattan Hotel Metro, May 18

    The woman, Stephanie Nicolai, had been enmeshed in a custody dispute over the child found dead at her side: her 7-year-old son, Vincent.

  50. Massimo Ferragamo’s Duplex on the Market for $18 Million Real Estate, May 18

    The apartment, on the eighth and ninth floors of 655 Park Avenue, has five bedrooms and a 3,000-square foot terrace.

  51. What to Pack in Your New York City Survival Kit Metro, May 18

    Items that every New Yorker should considering stashing in their bag, as recommended by your fellow New Yorkers.

  52. Massimo Ferragamo’s Park Avenue Duplex Slideshow, May 18

    The apartment, on the eighth and ninth floors of 655 Park Avenue, has five bedrooms and a 3,000-square foot terrace.

  53. Gimme Shelters, Manhattan Editorial, May 17

    Midtown residents mount a shameful battle against a city homeless shelter.

  54. The Garden Thief Metropolitan, May 18

    The garden behind David Scalza’s apartment in Hell’s Kitchen was rife with drugs and disorder. So he filled it with art and plants.

  55. How Rawia Bishara, Chef and Restaurateur, Spends Her Sundays Metropolitan, May 18

    The resident of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, spends most of her day at Tanoreen, her restaurant, cooking and chatting up customers.

  56. After Cries of Sexism, M.T.A. Says Sex Toy Ads are O.K. Metro, May 17

    After an outcry over its rejection of subway advertisements from a sex toy company, the M.T.A. says it will work with the company to permit its ads.

  57. The Billion-Dollar Fiefs Metro, May 17

    Roughly one dollar of every six collected by New York City in local taxes goes to pension funds, whose value and influence grow each year.

  58. Actress Struck by Car in Park Slope Loses Unborn Daughter Metro, May 17

    The Brooklyn district attorney’s office said it cannot bring additional charges against the driver because state law does not recognize a fetus as a person.

  59. Swindled Again Metro, May 17

    Would she fall prey to the same hustle a third time?

  60. 23 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, May 17

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

  61. 5 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, May 17

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

  62. 6 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, May 17

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

  63. 9 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, May 17

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

  64. 8 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, May 17

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

  65. 4 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, May 17

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  66. 11 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, May 17

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  67. 12 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, May 17

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

  68. Kushners Near Deal With Qatar-Linked Company for Troubled Tower Metro, May 17

    The family’s company is in advanced talks with Brookfield Asset Management, whose real estate arm has ties to Qatar, for a stake in 666 Fifth Avenue in Midtown.

  69. New York Today: Gold Medals and Gray Hair Metro, May 17

    Thursday: Competing in the Senior Games, drizzly weather, and a festival for a poet.

  70. At Em, the Noodle Soup Anchors a Menu (and a Marriage) Dining, May 17

    Among the pho and banh mi at this Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, restaurant is hu tieu, the first dish that the chef Ly Nguyen made for the man who would become her husband.

  71. Violent Arrest at Century 21 Casts Spotlight on Security Guards Metro, May 17

    An employee at the store was charged with assaulting a man accused of shoplifting Prada shoes. The guard was not currently registered to work security in New York.

  72. 15 Pop Music Festivals to Catch This Summer Arts & Leisure, May 17

    From SZA in New York to Post Malone in Chicago, concerts across the country you don’t want to miss this season.

  73. 15 Summer Dance Festivals, Saratoga to Vail Arts & Leisure, May 17

    A Colorado amphitheater, a Manhattan staircase and a skating rink on Martha’s Vineyard — these are just a few of places to see incredible performances this season.

  74. A Home to Reshape in His Image Real Estate, May 17

    An image consultant priced out of Harlem switches his search to the South Bronx.

  75. Laborers on a ‘Billionaires’ Row’ Tower Cheated of Wages, D.A. Says Metro, May 16

    A company hired to help build Steinway Tower is accused of underpaying its workers, many of them immigrants, by $1.7 million over three years.

  76. Man Threatens Spanish-Speaking Workers: ‘My Next Call Will Be to ICE’ Metro, May 16

    In a rant caught on video in a Manhattan cafe, a man berated a manager for workers’ language, but even immigration officials distanced themselves from him.

  77. A Timely Treat Metro, May 16

    Sometimes comfort comes when you least expect it.

  78. DeVos Visits New York Schools, but Not Ones Run by the City Metro, May 16

    In visits to two Orthodox schools, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos offered her strongest comments to date in support of public funding for religious schools.

  79. How Do You Move a Shark? Very Carefully Metro, May 16

    Stocking the new shark exhibit at the New York Aquarium involves construction gear, canvas slings and considerable hands-on wrangling.

  80. A ‘Mile-Long Opera’ Is Coming to the High Line Culture, May 16

    “The Mile-Long Opera: a biography of 7 o’clock,” David Lang’s latest large-scale work, will feature 1,000 performers from around New York City.

  81. New York Today: One Ball and a Wall Metro, May 16

    Wednesday: The history of handball, a commute update after last night’s mess, and New York’s first bikes.

  82. Coming Soon to the Bronx, a Long Overdue Book Festival Book Review, May 16

    The literary event and a new general interest bookstore mark a revival in the borough.

  83. A View From the Barge Metropolitan, May 16

    A Brooklyn theater company is staging the Arthur Miller play on the waterfront of working-class Red Hook.

  84. Michael Cohen Circus Has a Ringmaster: Porn Actress’s Lawyer Metro, May 15

    Michael Avenatti has waged a relentless campaign against Michael D. Cohen and his lawyers, who are pushing back.

  85. Counting Years, Shedding Seconds Metropolitan, May 16

    A photo essay of the Senior Games held recently on Staten Island and in Brooklyn.

  86. The Gentrification of Canal Street Styles, May 16

    The thoroughfare most synonymous with fake designer goods is in the midst of a high-fashion makeover.

  87. Dusting Off an Art Deco Feminist Treasure Metropolitan, May 16

    Ophelia, a rooftop bar with sweeping views of Midtown, was originally a solarium where single women living in the Panhellenic Tower would greet “men callers.”

  88. Deadly Storms Sweep Through New York Region, Stranding Commuters Metro, May 15

    At least two people were killed by falling trees — one in the Hudson Valley, the other in Danbury, Conn. — as thunderstorms passed through the area on Tuesday.

  89. New York Has Given Away the Keys to More Than a Prius Metro, May 15

    A city pension official’s midnight crash in a city-owned car shines a light on a system ripe for millions of dollars in waste and abuse.

  90. 93rd and Third Metro, May 15

    One woman asks another for help at an intersection.

  91. Mary Sansone, a Grass-Roots Political Godmother, Dies at 101 Obits, May 15

    A Brooklyn social worker and civic leader who was colorblind to race, she could deliver votes and was courted by political candidates.

  92. To Honor Eric Garner’s Life, Reform the Police Editorial, May 15

    Bill de Blasio must do what should have been done years ago: fire Daniel Pantaleo.

  93. There Are Better Ways to Get Around Town Op Ed, May 15

    New York and other American cities should look to Europe for ideas about solving the urban traffic and safety crisis.

  94. Mayor and Some Prosecutors Move to Curb Marijuana Arrests Metro, May 15

    The changes would represent a striking shift in drug enforcement and are likely to create a patchwork of prosecution policies across the five boroughs.

  95. Eric Garner’s Mother to Mayor: ‘This Is Your Last Chance for Justice’ Video, May 15

    It’s been nearly four years since Eric Garner was killed by a New York City police officer. His mother, Gwen Carr, is still waiting for that officer to be held accountable.

  96. New York Today: How to Make a Small Apartment Feel Bigger Metro, May 15

    Tuesday: Advice on getting the most out of confined living space, stormy weather, and a concert in Grand Central.

  97. A Hotel Restaurant With Neighborhood-Hangout Appeal Dining, May 15

    At Simon & the Whale, the restaurateur Gabriel Stulman conjures the qualities that draw people to his smaller West Village spots.

  98. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, May 15

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  99. Two District Attorneys May Stop Prosecuting Most Marijuana Offenses Metro, May 14

    Officials said that Cyrus Vance Jr. in Manhattan and Eric Gonzalez in Brooklyn are considering pursuing fewer low-level cases of a law enforced disproportionately among minorities.

  100. The Legacy of Stop-and-Frisk in New York’s Marijuana Arrests Editorial, May 14

    There are significant racial disparities in who is arrested on low-level marijuana charges around the city.

  101. A Taste of Guyana in East Flatbush, Brooklyn Dining, May 14

    German’s Soup offers family-style creole food in a Guyanese neighborhood.

  102. A Shark, 60 Years Later Metro, May 14

    A reunion at a tribute to Jerome Robbins.

  103. Yoselyn Ortega, Nanny Who Killed 2 Children, Is Sentenced to Life in Prison Metro, May 14

    Ms. Ortega, 55, will have no chance of parole after being sentenced for stabbing Leo Krim, 2, and his sister, Lucia, 6, to death in their Upper West Side home.

  104. A Day to Celebrate Haiti’s Flag, and Its Foods Dining, May 14

    A family gathers around a kitchen table on Staten Island for a tutorial on griot, black rice and the joys of communal cooking.

  105. New York Today: Sinatra’s Stomping Ground Metro, May 14

    Monday: A former manager remembers Old Blue Eyes; Pussy Riot and Marina Abramovic in discussion; and looking for New York pen pals.

  106. Whales Not Served Here Slideshow, May 14

    At Simon & the Whale, a new restaurant in the Freehand hotel, whale is not on the menu and Simon is a 6 year old boy.

  107. Using Data to Make Sense of a Racial Disparity in NYC Marijuana Arrests Insider, May 13

    Why is it that white people largely don’t get arrested for smoking weed, while black and Hispanic people do? Times reporters put a police official’s explanation to the test.

  108. The Good Old Bad Old Days Metro, May 13

    Trouble on the shuttle to Grand Central

  109. A Life-Size Rhinoceros Sculpture by Urs Fischer Will Go Up in Midtown Culture, May 13

    The piece by Mr. Fischer, a Swiss-born artist, is titled “Things.” It will be unveiled Tuesday in an old bank building on Fifth Avenue.

  110. Queens Principal Reassigned After Harassment and Discrimination Lawsuits Totaling $600,000 Metro, May 12

    After the new schools chancellor reviewed the suits, Howard Kwait was transferred to an office position where he won’t be “permitted to manage other employees.”

  111. Taxis Struggle as Ubers Abound Letters, May 12

    Riders call for regulation of Uber and its kin and bemoan the state of New York City’s taxis. A cabby describes his predicament.

  112. Why Isn’t Rape a Priority for the Men Running the Police Department? Editorial, May 11

    New York’s Special Victims Division hasn’t gotten far in its plea for a bigger staff.

  113. Brooklyn Safety Patrol Leader Is Charged in Sex Abuse of Teen Metro, May 11

    Authorities said that the president of a security force for the ultra-Orthodox Jews of Brooklyn sexually abused a 15-year-old girl last year.

  114. Half-Price MetroCards for the Poor Gain Support, but Not From de Blasio Metro, May 11

    City Council officials say the city should fund a plan to give discounted MetroCards to poor New Yorkers. The mayor says the money should come from a millionaire’s tax.

  115. Tell Us About the Racial Makeup of Your New York Public School News Desk, May 11

    We want to hear from New York City public school families and educators. You must be at least 13 to participate.

  116. Have You Lost Your Partner Recently in New York City? Share Your Story Interactive, May 11

    The New York Times is looking for people who have recently lost a partner or spouse and lives in New York City for a future article.

  117. New York Today: A Forest on the Back of a Bike Metro, May 11

    Friday: A moving start to Wildflower Week, your weekend lineup, and a call for lovers.

  118. The Ballad of a Neighborhood Deli Metropolitan, May 11

    Lotto tickets, egg on a roll, cold beer in summer and a little bit of home.

  119. A Townhouse Where Nancy Reagan and Danish Royalty Partied Real Estate, May 11

    The home of a former ambassador on the Upper East Side goes on the market for $8.9 million.

  120. A Townhouse Where Nancy Reagan and Danish Royalty Once Partied Slideshow, May 11

    The home of John L. Loeb Jr., a former U.S. ambassador to Denmark, goes on the market for $8.9 million.

  121. The Sistine Chapel of Comic-Strip Art Metropolitan, May 11

    On a beer-splotched wall of a Midtown sports bar, a forgotten relic from the heyday of cartooning, featuring Beetle Bailey, Fred Flintsone and some jokers from Mad magazine. With cameos by James Thurber, Ernest Hemingway and Marilyn Monroe.

  122. New Yorkers Who Love Where They Live Real Estate, May 11

    New Yorkers are hard to impress, but some are such big fans of their apartment buildings that they act as volunteer cheerleaders.

  123. How Johnny Temple, Book Publisher and Rocker, Spends His Sundays Metropolitan, May 11

    During the day, Mr. Temple gets a little loud at his kids’ soccer games. Later, he’ll often meet “writer friends” for drinks at the No. 7 restaurant near his home in Fort Greene.

  124. The Plastic Straw Is Losing Status as New York’s Big Sipper Dining, May 10

    The city hasn’t outlawed it, but many restaurants and cafes — concerned about the environment — are replacing it with paper, metal or no straw at all.

  125. Man Is Charged With Hacking West Point and Government Websites Metro, May 10

    The man, who is thought to have hacked thousands of sites around the world, was arrested in California and could face up to 21 years in prison.

  126. Galleries That Sweated Through the Frieze Fair Will Get Relief Culture, May 10

    Extreme heat at Frieze New York caused discomfort. Now, the fair is promising galleries compensation for their trouble, but won’t get specific yet.

  127. Tickets for Baryshnikov Metro, May 10

    Going to a sold-out performance and hoping for a miracle.

  128. 6 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, May 10

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

  129. 9 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, May 10

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  130. 7 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, May 10

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

  131. 3 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, May 10

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  132. 6 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, May 10

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

  133. 14 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, May 10

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

  134. 24 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, May 10

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

  135. 7 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, May 10

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

  136. Homeless Woman’s Court Fight Inspires 2 City Council Bills Metro, May 10

    A shelter resident is fighting the city’s efforts to move her from one facility to another, and a council member wants the city to explain such transfers.

  137. New York Today: Graduation Advice From City Stars Metro, May 10

    Thursday: Words of wisdom from inspiring New Yorkers, FuerzaFest, and our presidential scholars.

  138. If You’re a Couple in Love in New York City, We Want to Hear From You Interactive, May 10

    The New York Times is looking for adventurous couples who are willing to be photographed kissing for an ambitious project that will take place on Saturday, May 19.

  139. A New 25-Story Tower on City Hall Park Real Estate, May 10

    Richard Rogers, an architect for Paris’s Centre Pompidou, designs his first apartment building in the U.S. on a kite-shaped piece of land downtown.

  140. Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn Real Estate, May 10

    This week’s properties are in Midtown, the Financial District and Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

  141. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, May 10

    This week’s properties are in Midtown, the Financial District and Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

  142. For a Designer, Less Is More Real Estate, May 10

    A young buyer went looking for a no-frills apartment.

  143. Summer House Madness Metropolitan, May 10

    It’s time to shine a light on Seasonal Realty Disorder: the need to overlook fatal flaws in a cute summer house.

  144. Meet the New York Times’s Most Devoted Letter Writers Insider, May 9

    The Times began publishing letters to the editor in 1851. Some writers have made it to the page more than others.

  145. Veteran of the Crowded Car Metro, May 9

    An older subway rider impresses a younger one with a display of dexterity.

  146. New York Today: The Latest on Eric Schneiderman Metro, May 9

    Wednesday: Catching up on the attorney general’s resignation, painting in the Elizabeth Street Garden, and collecting American flags.

  147. Intruder Charged in Killing of New School Professor in Brooklyn Home Metro, May 8

    Jeremy Safran was found beaten to death in the basement of his house, a bloody hammer nearby. The police arrested a man hiding in a closet.

  148. Meet Me at the Commons Metropolitan, May 9

    The 300-square-foot coffee shop, which opened in Chelsea in 2011 in an old shoe store, usually has long lines, packed tables and congenial customers.

  149. How 2 M.T.A. Decisions Pushed the Subway Into Crisis Interactive, May 9

    Changes to the signal system and new safety rules have increased delays, an issue that won’t be easy for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to fix.

  150. Can’t Calm Down After Coachella? Try Beyoncercise Metropolitan, May 9

    Beyoncercise is a class in Midtown that teaches the singer’s most popular music video moves in a party-like atmosphere.