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  1. $625,000 Settlement for Woman Whose Child Was Torn From Her Arms New York, Yesterday

    Jazmine Headley sued over a confrontation with New York City workers that was captured in a widely seen video.

  2. New York’s Newest Private Museum Is Tucked Away in Brooklyn Arts, Yesterday

    First he took Copenhagen and Beijing. Now, Danish dealer-turned-philanthropist Jens Faurschou is debuting his blue-chip collection in the borough’s Greenpoint section.

  3. One of New York’s Widest Townhouses Narrows Its Aim to $50 Million Real Estate, Yesterday

    The Greenwich Village townhouse of Warren J. Spector, a former Bear Stearns executive, is back on the market, reduced from last year’s price tag of $59.5 million.

  4. What Exactly Is a Modern Farmhouse? Real Estate, Yesterday

    Chip and Joanna Gaines may not be done with this nostalgic home aesthetic, but maybe it has finally run its course.

  5. Battle Over a $9 Million Will Rests on Just One Clause Your Money, Yesterday

    Three charities say they’re the heirs to a woman’s estate. But the daughter of the woman’s partner argues that she’s the victim of bias against common-law gay marriage.

  6. 13-Year-Old Boy Arrested in Killing of Tessa Majors, 18, Barnard Student New York, Yesterday

    The boy was charged with murder, robbery and criminal possession of a weapon, an official said.

  7. Boy, 13, Arrested in Fatal Stabbing of Tessa Majors, Barnard Freshman New York, Yesterday

    The boy was charged with murder. Detectives believe two other teenagers participated in the stabbing, an official said.

  8. A Band of Seasoned Cinephiles Has a Plan to Save the Movie House (a Billionaire Wouldn’t Hurt) New York, Yesterday

    When a beloved theater lost its lease, local film fans got organized.

  9. How the Tessa Majors Killing Rattled a Campus New York, Yesterday

    The fatal stabbing has revived a sense of danger about Morningside Park, which had been feeling safer.

  10. How to Refeather Your Empty Nest Real Estate, Yesterday

    Time to decide if you want to renovate for a new lifestyle, rent out the extra space, or upgrade so you can host the next generation.

  11. Birdcamp Could Close. People Are Panicking New York, Yesterday

    “The bottom of my stomach fell out,” one bird owner said of the news. “Not many people will take a Macaw.”

  12. How the Big Apple Circus Ringmaster Spends Her Sundays New York, Yesterday

    It’s a two-show day for Storm Marrero, who commutes from the Bronx before suiting up in sequins and singing Celia Cruz.

  13. Why Workers Fear Moving 50 Criminally Insane Patients New York, Yesterday

    The state plans to relocate the patients of Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Center, but its new home was not built with prisoners in mind.

  14. Pete Buttigieg Is Met With Protests as He Opens His Fund-Raisers to Press U.S., December 12

    Liberal activists have dogged Mr. Buttigieg’s high-dollar fund-raisers with calls of “Wall Street Pete,” in a sign of bubbling frustration with his candidacy.

  15. 11 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, December 12

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

  16. 5 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, December 12

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

  17. 3 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Movies, December 12

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  18. Four Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Theater, December 12

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  19. 12 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, December 12

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

  20. 6 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, December 12

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

  21. 8 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, December 12

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

  22. 17 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, December 12

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

  23. Le Succulent, in Brooklyn, Unites West African and French Culinary Traditions Food, December 12

    The food is steeped in comfort, but there is a meticulousness to the cooking, an elegance in its contours.

  24. Two Culinary Traditions at One Table Slideshow, December 12

    Le Succulent in Park Slope, Brooklyn, offers the food of West Africa and France, sometimes in the same dish.

  25. Killing of Barnard Student Unnerves Campus and City New York, December 12

    First-year student was fatally stabbed during an early-evening walk in Morningside Park.

  26. Artists Space Re-emerges as an Enduring Downtown Alternative Arts, December 12

    The hardy noncommercial gallery, founded in 1972, has put down roots in a cast-iron building in TriBeCa.

  27. Facing Homeless Crisis, New York Aims for 1,000 New Apartments a Year New York, December 12

    A law would mandate that affordable-housing projects built with city assistance must have 15 percent of the apartments reserved for the homeless.

  28. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, December 12

    This week’s properties are in East Harlem, on the Upper East Side, and in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

  29. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, December 12

    This week’s properties are in East Harlem, on the Upper East Side, and in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

  30. Jersey City Shooting: What We Know So Far New York, December 12

    One of the attackers had expressed anti-Semitic and anti-police views online, investigators said, sentiments that fueled the assault on a kosher market. 

  31. ‘They Saw Him Hanging and Did Nothing’: A Teen’s Agony in Rikers New York, December 12

    Nicholas Feliciano, 18, had a history of suicide attempts, but guards stood by for seven minutes as he tried to kill himself.

  32. Priced Out of Harlem, They Wanted Space for Guests and a Yard. Which Home Did They Choose? Interactive, December 12

    A young couple flees Manhattan in search of two bedrooms, in-house laundry and some outdoor space. Could they find all that in Brooklyn?

  33. Can Bergdorf Goodman Win the Barneys Race? Style, December 12

    The liquidation of the famous department store has left a hole in the market. Meet the woman charged with filling it.

  34. Student, 18, Is Fatally Stabbed Near Barnard Campus New York, December 11

    A first-year student was killed during an armed robbery in Morningside Park.

  35. Boy, 2, Is Fatally Hit by Subway Train at Busy Manhattan Station New York, December 11

    The child became separated from his mother at a financial district station during the evening rush hour.

  36. Michael Cohen, Broken and Humiliated, Asks for Leniency From Prison New York, December 11

    He told a judge that he “sold his soul” in working as President Trump’s lawyer.

  37. Weinstein’s Bail Is Doubled Over Handling of Ankle Monitor New York, December 11

    The bail was set at $2 million after concerns that he had been disabling the device. His lawyers blamed “technical glitches.”

  38. With Rise of Far-Right Extremists, N.Y.P.D. Creates Special Unit New York, December 11

    Threats from far-right and neo-Nazi organizations, including groups like The Proud Boys, will be investigated.

  39. Lord & Taylor Returns to New York — Sort of! Style, December 11

    The iconic department store is a start-up now.

  40. Can ‘Scooby Doo’ and the Rest of the Dollar Vans Go High-Tech? New York, December 11

    A shadow network of mini school buses that serves riders largely neglected by New York’s transit system has a new app.

  41. N.Y.C. Weather: Snow Moves In as Cold Returns New York, December 11

    The forecast was calling for up to two inches of snow before 11 a.m.

  42. Giulianis Settle Ugly Divorce Case, Avoiding a Public Trial New York, December 10

    Pretrial proceedings revealed the couple’s $230,000 monthly spending, which enabled $12,000 splurges for cigars and $7,000 for fountain pens.

  43. Tiny Love Stories: ‘How to Survive a Broken Heart (With Pictures)’ Style, December 10

    Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.

  44. Baked Pastas Nodding to Florence Come to the West Village Food, December 10

    A West Village spot from a Danny Meyer alumna, the return of Colors NYC and more restaurant news.

  45. Top 10 New York Dishes of 2019 Food, December 10

    From pizza to pasteles, Pete Wells picks some highlights in a year of eating and drinking.

  46. New York’s Top 10 New Restaurants of 2019 Food, December 10

    Pete Wells names his favorites among the new food halls, tasting counters, pasta joints, dim sum parlors and taco trucks he visited this year.

  47. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, December 10

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  48. How Giuliani Went From America’s Mayor to Trump’s Lawyer New York, December 10

    The former New York leader has always sought the spotlight, and the president has helped put him in it once again.

  49. Museum of Ice Cream Returns With a Bigger Space Food, December 9

    The eye-catching experiential museum now has three stories of Instagram-able ice cream moments.

  50. Cuba Gooding Jr. Faces 7 More Accusations of Unwanted Touching Arts, December 9

    The additional accounts bring to 22 the number of women accusing Mr. Gooding, who faces charges he groped three of them.

  51. Italian Cookies for the Holidays Food, December 9

    Find 11 colorful sweets at the retail counter of a new Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, cafe, Ciao, Gloria.

  52. Fourth Floor, Men’s Wear. Fifth Floor, Martinis. Food, December 9

    As Manhattan department stores add sleek cocktail bars, holiday shopping is beginning to look a lot like happy hour.

  53. Boy, 3, in Stroller Is Killed at Intersection in East Harlem New York, December 9

    The toddler’s death was the sixth of a child pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle in New York City this year, according to city data.

  54. Tensions Over Subway Policing, Race and ‘Arrest Quotas’ New York, December 9

    Multiple officers in Brooklyn say they were told by a commander to stop black and Latino commuters for minor offenses.

  55. The 25 Rooms That Influence the Way We Design T Magazine, December 9

    Three designers, two journalists and an interiors photographer gathered at The New York Times to make a list of history’s most enduring and significant spaces. Here are the results.

  56. A Jeweler Makes the Most of Her Hudson Yards Studio Real Estate, December 9

    A sixth-generation Indian-American jeweler lives in a cozy space that is also her jewelry line’s base of operations.

  57. Where Bicyclists, Doormen and Tourists Battle for Turf New York, December 9

    New York City bicyclists say people who walk across bike lanes need to pay attention. But doormen at high-end hotels worry about collisions as lanes expand.

  58. Donald B. Marron, Financier, Art Collector and Philanthropist, Dies at 85 U.S., December 8

    Mr. Marron began his Wall Street career as a teenager before leading some of its most powerful firms and becoming a force at the Museum of Modern Art.

  59. Do You Know Where to Find This New York Architectural Gem? Interactive, December 8

    The Guastavinos were a father-son design team that turned unassuming spaces into art. This week we introduce “Local Treasure,” a new bi-weekly quiz that focuses on the architectural delights scattered around the streets of New York City.

  60. Homes That Sold for $420,000 or Less Real Estate, December 8

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  61. Lovers in Auschwitz, Reunited 72 Years Later. He Had One Question. New York, December 8

    Was she the reason he was alive today?

  62. ‘I Sighed With Relief, Set for the Final Stretch Home’ New York, December 8

    Catching the train to Long Island, a rush-hour interlude and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

  63. 11 of Our Best Weekend Reads U.S., December 7

    How two nonprofits took on Amazon and won, hand-clapping games from around the world and wedding websites that promise to stop romanticizing weddings at former slave plantations.

  64. Hundreds Spending the Night in Sleeping Bags on Times Square New York, December 7

    World’s Big Sleep Out, drawing attention to homelessness, happened on Saturday in New York, London and other cities.

  65. Amazon Grows in New York, Reviving Debate Over Abandoned Queens Project New York, December 6

    Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other critics of an earlier proposal said a move to add offices in Manhattan proved them right.

  66. ‘I Got Tired of Hunting Black and Hispanic People’ New York, December 6

    Multiple police officers in Brooklyn say they were told by a commander that white and Asian people should be left alone.

  67. Around the World in 5 Kids’ Games Interactive, December 6

    Hand-clapping games are played in schoolyards everywhere, in every language. Eventually they find their way to New York City.

  68. November Sales Included Liv Tyler’s West Village Brownstone Real Estate, December 6

    But the priciest transaction, once again, took place at 220 Central Park South, where an apartment sold for $64.1 million.

  69. 114,000 N.Y.C. Students Are Homeless. Meet 2 of Them. New York, December 6

    Darnell, 8, lives in a shelter in Queens. Sandivel, 10, shares a bedroom with her mother and four brothers in Brooklyn.

  70. The Taxman Cometh for Some Condos Real Estate, December 6

    Buyers, take note: Discounts can be found as thousands of luxury apartments are set to lose a valuable tax break in the midst of a softening resale market.

  71. Accused of Killing a Gambino Mob Boss, He’s Presenting a Novel Defense New York, December 6

    Anthony Comello is obsessed with conspiracy theories. His paranoia is being litigated in a Staten Island court.

  72. How Miss USA Spends Her Sundays New York, December 6

    Cheslie Kryst lives with Miss Universe in Manhattan. Soon, she will compete for her roommate’s crown.

  73. Jay Kriegel, a ‘New York City Patriot,’ Is Dead at 79 New York, December 5

    A former whiz kid in Lindsay’s City Hall, he became a knows-everybody “process broker” with wide reach in civic affairs, broadcasting and real estate.

  74. R. Kelly Used Bribe to Marry Aaliyah When She Was 15, Charges Say New York, December 5

    He bribed a government employee in 1994 so that he could obtain a fake ID for the singer Aaliyah, a person familiar with the matter said.

  75. Raeanne Rubenstein, Versatile Celebrity Photographer, Dies at 74 Arts, December 5

    She had a knack for capturing her subjects, whether Andy Warhol in New York or Dolly Parton in Nashville, in ways that caught their essence.

  76. 12 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, December 5

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

  77. 4 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Movies, December 5

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  78. 7 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, December 5

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

  79. 18 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, December 5

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

  80. 8 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, December 5

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

  81. 7 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, December 5

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

  82. 15 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Theater, December 5

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  83. 5 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, December 5

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

  84. Who Is Michael Bloomberg? | 2020 Presidential Candidate Video, December 5

    The billionaire businessman and former mayor of New York is hoping he can forge a path to the Democratic nomination by positioning himself as a centrist who can take on President Trump.

  85. William E. Macaulay, 74, Booster of Tuition-Free Education, Dies Education, December 5

    A billionaire energy investor, he gave opportunities to thousands of select City University of New York students with a $30 million gift.

  86. The Best Bites of 2019, From Around the World to New York Food, December 5

    Our favorite dishes from the city’s smaller neighborhood restaurants.

  87. Eating Globally: Hungry City’s Top 10 Restaurants of 2019 Food, December 5

    Our three critics found their favorites off the beaten path, in New York’s rich mix of the world’s cuisines.

  88. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, December 5

    This week’s properties are in Harlem, Lincoln Square, and Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

  89. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, December 5

    This week’s properties are in Harlem, Lincoln Square, and Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

  90. Where Is the Dog Poop in New York City? Real Estate, December 5

    A new study answers the question, but also shows that things have been improving.

  91. Gunfight at the Supreme Court Opinion, December 5

    A push to expand the Second Amendment produces some judicial contortions.

  92. 1.5 Million Packages a Day: What Your Online Ordering Does to N.Y. New York, December 5

    The push for quick deliveries from internet retailers has worsened gridlock and pollution. Packages are also luring thieves.

  93. How to Tip at the Holidays, According to Doormen, and Nannies, and Weed Guys, and… Business, December 5

    Sixteen professions weigh in on holiday generosity.

  94. Judge John Hodgman on Where Midtown Ends Magazine, December 5

    Is Midtown a place? Or a state of mind?

  95. The Epic Rise and Hard Fall of New York’s Taxi King New York, December 5

    Ferraris. Villas on the French Riviera. Tax fraud. No one embodies the spectacular collapse of New York’s taxi industry more than Gene Freidman. 

  96. Tekashi69 Is Praised by Prosecutors, Who Urge a Lenient Sentence New York, December 4

    His cooperation with the government led hip-hop fans and other rappers to call him a snitch and a fraud.

  97. He Waited 6 Hours for Help at Rikers. Then He Tried to Hang Himself. New York, December 4

    Nicholas Feliciano, 18, had a history of suicide attempts, but Rikers jail guards failed to act for seven minutes when he tried to kill himself.

  98. Would You Consider Living on Roosevelt Island? Two Newcomers Look There for the ‘Flow of Life’ Interactive, December 4

    A California couple, bored with life in Palo Alto, search for a new home across the country. Here’s where they wound up.

  99. Carolyn Konheim, Foe of All That Befouled a City, Dies at 81 Obituaries, December 4

    Finding her sons’ clothes speckled with soot, a history teacher was transformed into an influential New York environmentalist with pollution in her sights.

  100. New York Art Galleries: What to See Right Now Arts, December 4

    Alina Szapocznikow’s bits of body; Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg’s triggering Claymation; Sonya Kelliher-Combs’s poignant picturing of abuse; and Amy Brener’s urethane goddesses.

  101. Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree’s Humble Origins, 60 Years Ago New York, December 4

    After Carol Schultz planted the tree, she would tell it, “Someday you’re going to be there." And now it is.

  102. Park It, Trucks: Here Come New York’s Cargo Bikes New York, December 4

    New York will allow Amazon, DHL and UPS to park cargo bikes in commercial loading zones as a way to get some trucks off the city’s gridlocked streets.

  103. A Sleeper Agent Wanted to Cooperate. He Just Got 40 Years in Prison. New York, December 4

    A man from Lebanon believed he would get leniency for providing information to the F.B.I. Instead, he was arrested on terrorism charges.

  104. Secrets of the Oldest Comedy Club Barker on Macdougal Street New York, December 4

    There’s an art to comedy, and an art to selling tickets to comedy. This is a story about selling the tickets.

  105. Rikers Guards Stood By for 7 Minutes as Inmate Tried to Hang Himself New York, December 3

    Four correction officers have been suspended as investigators examine their failure to stop an 18-year-old detainee’s suicide attempt.

  106. After 20 Years Under One Chef, Peasant Is Changing Hands Food, December 3

    As Frank DeCarlo prepares to leave his NoLIta fixture, Marc Forgione is taking over and vowing to preserve its rustic charm.

  107. They Ended Up in Decrepit Housing in Newark. Is New York to Blame? New York, December 3

    The apartment of a formerly homeless woman was so cold the dog’s water bowl froze. Raw sewage seeped into the basement of another woman’s.

  108. A Tour of the Japanese Table at Chikarashi Isso in the Financial District Food, December 3

    Natural wines from the owners of Colonie in Brooklyn, omakase and kaiseki in Astoria, Queens, and more restaurant news.

  109. The Pioneering Bella Abzug Books, December 3

    Leandra Ruth Zarnow’s “Battling Bella” presents an outspoken Bella Abzug who has something to say for our own time.

  110. Nami Nori Gets Hand Rolls Right, and Other Details Too Food, December 3

    A temaki specialist in Greenwich Village pays attention to the little things that impart a sense of luxury even in an inexpensive restaurant.

  111. Nami Nori Gives Artful Sushi Rolls a New Stage Slideshow, December 3

    A finishing flourish in omakase sushi meals, temaki are the main event on the menu of a new restaurant run by three friends who met at Masa.

  112. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, December 3

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  113. N.Y.C. Weather: How Much Did It Snow? New York, December 3

    It was wet and cold in the city, but the snow mostly didn’t stick.

  114. The Justices Should Drop This Case Opinion, December 2

    The New York gun law now before the Supreme Court has already been rendered moot.

  115. Chocolate Heels and Other Confections Food, December 2

    To celebrate a new chocolate factory, Cipriani has opened a temporary shop with fashion-forward edible gifts.

  116. In Bowling Green, an Alsatian Holiday Market Food, December 2

    The Alsatian tourist board is setting up a Christmas market for several weeks in December.

  117. Beacon High School Is Half White. That’s Why Students Walked Out. New York, December 2

    More than 300 students at the selective public high school, one of New York City’s most prestigious, protested its admissions policies.

  118. 90,000 Packages Disappear Daily in N.Y.C. Is Help on the Way? New York, December 2

    Package theft has also soared in cities like Denver and Washington. The increase has frustrated shoppers and led to creative measures for thwarting thieves.

  119. N.Y.C. Weather Updates: ‘Sloppy Rush Hour’ Ahead as Rain and Snow Pelt Region New York, December 2

    The city could get up to four inches of snow, but parts of New Jersey, Connecticut and southeast New York could see 10 inches.

  120. Second Amendment Case May Fizzle Out at the Supreme Court U.S., December 2

    Arguments in the court’s first case on the scope of the Second Amendment in nearly a decade focused on whether the repeal of a New York law made the case moot.

  121. How to Steal A.T.M.s: Two Guys, a Crowbar and ‘Brute Force’ New York, December 2

    A crew of thieves struck at least nine times in the last three months, netting about $39,000 in ill-gotten gains.

  122. Watch 4 Decades of Inequality Drive American Cities Apart The Upshot, December 2

    The biggest metropolitan areas are now the most unequal.

  123. The New York City Subway Map as You’ve Never Seen It Before Interactive, December 2

    The city has changed drastically over the past 40 years, yet the M.T.A. map designed in 1979 has largely endured.

  124. Rain, Then the First Snow of the Season in the New York Area New York, December 2

    New Yorkers preparing to lumber back to work after an extended Thanksgiving weekend face an assault of plummeting temperatures, precipitation and heavy winds.

  125. Snow and Sleet Cause Havoc for Travelers New York, December 1

    The morning commute will be cold and rainy, with snow beginning later as temperatures drop.

  126. How I Found Myself in Mrs. Maisel’s Shoes Arts, December 1

    Newly separated and living in her parents’ building, a writer gives stand-up comedy a try. What happened next was not in the script.

  127. Homes That Sold for Around $600,000 Real Estate, December 1

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  128. ‘My Children Often Call Me Old-Fashioned. I Prefer Traditional.’ New York, December 1

    Paying with cash, wondering what a subway rider is studying and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

  129. How We Created a ‘Turducken’ of Media News Reader Center, November 30

    A new special section — inside a special section, inside the Sunday newspaper — explores the future of streaming entertainment.

  130. I Was ‘Too Much’ for Boarding School. But I Had the Garcia Sisters. Opinion, November 30

    Reading books by Latina writers taught me our stories were worthy of being told.

  131. 11 of Our Best Weekend Reads U.S., November 29

    An inside look at turkey hunters, the changing faces of retail and rowing.

  132. How to Throw a Big Party in a Small Apartment Real Estate, November 29

    New Yorkers have developed some of the best tricks for entertaining in a small space.

  133. They Keep Times Square in Order, and a Statue Front and Center Arts, November 29

    Several Times Square security officers have been doing double duty as “public art ambassadors” for a Kehinde Wiley monument, which ends its New York visit this weekend.

  134. Artist’s Studio: How About the Living Room? Real Estate, November 29

    As rents for studios and lofts rise, many young artists find themselves working from home and adjusting their art to fit into smaller spaces.

  135. Real Estate Thought It Was Invincible in New York. It Wasn’t. New York, November 29

    How the industry that ruled the city plans to rebound after a rough year.

  136. He’s a Young Black Magician. People Ask: ‘Are You the New Houdini?’ New York, November 29

    From Wisconsin to New York, RJ the Magician has followed the showman’s path. He now directs the Houdini Museum of New York.

  137. How Michelle Buteau, Actress and Comedian, Spends Her Sundays New York, November 29

    Home alone with infant twins, it’s all a blur. But at night, the husband comes home. He’s cooking.

  138. 5 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, November 28

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

  139. Where to Eat and Drink at 14 N.Y.C. Museums Right Now Arts, November 28

    Dine while overlooking Central Park, sip mezcal in East Harlem or get a taste of Pierre Cardin’s Parisian bistro in Brooklyn.

  140. 9 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, November 28

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

  141. 9 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Theater, November 28

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  142. 20 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, November 28

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

  143. 6 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, November 28

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

  144. 12 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, November 28

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

  145. 5 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, November 28

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

  146. 3 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Movies, November 28

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  147. Holiday Museum Guide: Where to See Art This Season Arts, November 28

    We’ll not only help you figure out what exhibitions to see, but also offer some tips before you head out.

  148. 3 Choice Museums and a Treat for Kids, No Subway Trips in Between Arts, November 28

    These midsize institutions, all in Midtown, are close enough for a single afternoon’s tour (and with enough time in there for a bite).

  149. The Death of the Black Utopia Opinion, November 28

    An exhibition on Seneca Village, which was destroyed to build Central Park, pays homage to a forgotten chapter in New York City history.

  150. The Best New York Neighborhoods for Your First Home Real Estate, November 28

    Where you can find homes on the market that are affordable to the typical first-time buyer.