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  1. Question at Murder Trial, ‘Have You Ever Hired a Nanny?’ Metro, Yesterday

    Jury selection in the case of a nanny accused of killing two children in her charge put attitudes toward child care, and raw emotions, on display.

  2. New York City Women Hoping to Ride Wave of Resistance to Elected Office Metro, Yesterday

    Spurred by the #MeToo movement, one group is looking to elect 21 women to the New York City Council in 2021.

  3. New Complaint Made Against de Blasio Over Actions for Donor Metro, Yesterday

    The complaint to the Conflicts of Interest Board by a former official against Mayor Bill de Blasio follows a federal lawsuit by the ex-official.

  4. Reprieve on a Stopped Train Metro, Yesterday

    Seeking a connection when a familiar sense of dread starts to rise.

  5. 7 Classical Music Concerts to See in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Yesterday

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

  6. 16 Art Exhibitions to View in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Yesterday

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

  7. 14 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Yesterday

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

  8. 4 Film Series to Catch in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Yesterday

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  9. 13 Plays and Musicals to Go to in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Yesterday

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  10. 5 Comedy Shows to Catch in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Yesterday

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

  11. 7 Dance Performances to See in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Yesterday

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

  12. 6 Things to Do With Your Kids in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Yesterday

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

  13. New York Today: Our City’s Rosa Parks Metro, Yesterday

    Thursday: The 19th-century woman who desegregated New York City’s public transit, colder weather, and Beer Week.

  14. At Belarussian Xata, Hearty Fare to Keep the Spirits Light Dining, Yesterday

    There is an odd magic at work at the Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn restaurant, where the food grows increasingly rich as the meal goes on.

  15. A Taste of Belarus in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn Slideshow, Yesterday

    There is an odd magic at work at Belarussian Xata, where birch sap is served in tall carafes, unclouded and pure, and the small plates are not so small.

  16. Goth of the Bay Metropolitan, Yesterday

    The red-breasted merganser is a sleek, speedy seabird with a decidedly punk hairdo.

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

    This week’s properties are in Park Slope, Brooklyn, in Clinton and Chelsea.

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

    This week’s properties are in Park Slope, Brooklyn, in Clinton and Chelsea.

  19. A Murder, a Conviction and a Never-Ending Case Metropolitan, February 21

    Fifteen years after a college student was found shot five times in a quiet Brooklyn neighborhood, the circumstances of his death remain muddled. And a man convicted in the killing remains in limbo.

  20. Ice Rink or Pool? On a 78-Degree Winter Day, It Was Hard to Tell Metro, February 21

    With the temperature at a record high by noon, the skating rink at Bryant Park was covered in vast puddles. Skaters, though damp, were undeterred.

  21. Clouds in My Coffee! A Supertall Skyscraper Sleepover Interactive, Yesterday

    What’s it like to spend the night in one of New York City’s newest, tallest, fanciest and most resented buildings?

  22. A Clubby French Bistro Ruffles Uptown Social Feathers Styles, February 21

    The return of La Goulue, a beloved French restaurant, has disrupted the gilded social scene and is testing the loyalties of A-list patrons.

  23. Dancing Saved Her Life. Twice Metropolitan, February 21

    A flier in the mail led to dance lessons and a new lease on life for a Holocaust survivor.

  24. The Geography of Segregated Baseball in New York Metropolitan, February 21

    From fields that doubled as ice skating rinks in the winter to an actual stadium in Inwood, black baseball teams played all over the city.

  25. Where the Gamers Go Metropolitan, February 21

    Next Level, an arcade with fighting games and trading cards in Greenwood Heights, Brooklyn, draws both competitive and amateur players.

  26. Wheels on the Bus Metro, February 21

    Getting a little help consoling a cranky 2-year-old

  27. Judge Rejects Bail for Bomb-Making Suspect Metro, February 21

    Text messages show that the suspect, a former charter schoolteacher, considered buying a police scanner because the Las Vegas mass shooter had one.

  28. New York Today: Ghost Signs Metro, February 21

    Wednesday: Fading advertisements, record temperatures expected, and the murder of Malcolm X.

  29. Laurie Metcalf Was Hiding in Plain Sight Magazine, February 21

    From “Lady Bird” to “Three Tall Women” to a revival of “Roseanne,” the 62-year-old actress is finally showing off the extent of her range.

  30. 1999: When Smokers in New York Made Their Last Stand Styles, February 21

    In those heady, smoky years before Mayor Bloomberg cleared the air, unrepentant cigarette lovers went looking for guilt-free refuge.

  31. Out With the Old Building, in With the New for JPMorgan Chase Metro, February 21

    The global financial services company will tear down its Park Avenue headquarters and take advantage of new zoning rules to build a bigger, sleeker one.

  32. What Happens When Athletes Do the Sportswriting? Magazine, February 21

    The Players’ Tribune, a pet project of Derek Jeter’s, allows the stars to tell their own stories. It’s occasionally great — but is it journalism?

  33. ‘Overcrowding’ Is Not at the Root of Delays, Subway Chief Says Metro, February 20

    The new head of New York City Transit vowed to provide more “meaningful” information on why trains really are late.

  34. Closing Rikers Has to Be a Team Effort Editorial, February 20

    City and state officials each have roles to play in shuttering New York’s notorious jail complex, once and for all.

  35. After Nearly 15 Years, a Brooklyn Murder Case Could Return to Court Metro, February 20

    Prosecutors said they planned to retry the defendant, John Giuca, if their appeal of his recently overturned conviction is unsuccessful.

  36. Dogs of the Upper West Side Metro, February 20

    A poet’s rumination on pets from a particular part of Manhattan.

  37. Ax Throwing and Beer, a Fun New Combo in Brooklyn Styles, February 20

    At Kick Axe, a “sports” bar in Gowanus, patrons hurl axes at wood targets.

  38. M.T.A Delays: How Did the Subway Get So Bad? Video, February 20

    New York City’s M.T.A. system serves almost six million riders every day. It also has the worst on-time performance of any major rapid transit system in the world. Here’s why.

  39. Book Highlights Queens in All of Its Deliciousness Dining, February 20

    The borough is the latest subject of the “111 Places” series of guidebooks.

  40. New York Today: Albany Agenda Metro, February 20

    Tuesday: Legislation to watch this year, “Malcolm X Speaks”, and a look at key players in Albany.

  41. Graffiti Gets Paid at 5Pointz. Now What? Metro, February 20

    An unexpected payday suggests an uncertain future for the equally derided and appreciated urban art form.

  42. Legacy Records Lends Several Dining Options to Hudson Yards Dining, February 20

    Also, Tom Valenti returns to the Upper West Side, and other restaurant news.

  43. Sample New York City’s Best Brews Dining, February 20

    Craft brewers from the five boroughs will pour samples in the Winter Garden as part of Brookfield Place’s Winter Biergarten.

  44. Masa’s Chef Comes Out From Behind the Truffles, at Tetsu Dining, February 20

    Masayoshi Takayama’s new Japanese restaurant in TriBeCa shows he can still dazzle while charging less than $595 for dinner.

  45. The Arrest Was a Bust. The Officers Got Overtime Anyway. Metro, February 19

    A federal trial in Brooklyn is set to explore the issue of so-called collars for dollars. The implications could be far-reaching.

  46. Little Italy Is Very Little, and Not Very Italian Metro, February 19

    A fire at the oldest Italian restaurant in the neighborhood further erodes the authenticity of an area that’s now better known for its souvenir shops.

  47. Nickel Tip Metro, February 19

    A memorable encounter at the end of a trip to New York.

  48. Finding Resilience, 25 Years After 1993 World Trade Center Bombing Metro, February 19

    As part of the commemoration of the anniversary of terror attack that killed six people, survivors are talking about the day and how they have moved on.

  49. City Officials See Progress in Effort to Curb Opioid Deaths Metro, February 19

    With more treatment, and more police detectives, officials are cautiously optimistic that their efforts are halting the swift rise in fatal overdoses.

  50. The Wait. The Paperwork. The Shelters. We Followed Families Looking for Home. Insider, February 19

    Many people do not understand how hard it is for homeless families to enter into New York’s shelter system and how difficult it is to get out.

  51. A Sustainable Home in the South Bronx Real Estate, February 19

    All she wanted was an affordable apartment for her family. What she got was environmentally friendly, too.

  52. African Immigrants Find an Open Door at a Bronx College Metro, February 18

    Bronx Community College has seen its enrollment of African students climb to nearly 1,000 from 200 a decade ago.

  53. Mother of 3 Falls to Her Death From 5th-Floor Window in Harlem Metro, February 18

    The police had been called for a violation of an order of protection, and were heard shouting at the young mother not to jump before she fell.

  54. Homelessness, Step by Step Metro, February 18

    New York City makes it hard to enter shelters, and the housing market makes it hard to leave them. The process has many phases — the stages of homelessness.

  55. The Block Was Watching Metro, February 18

    The mystery of a damaged bumper is solved through collaboration.

  56. Homes That Sold for Around $1,500,000 Real Estate, February 18

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  57. Soldier Who Died Saving People From Bronx Fire Is Hailed at His Funeral Metro, February 17

    Pfc. Emmanuel Mensah’s funeral was the last for the 13 victims of the December fire, the deadliest in New York City in over 25 years.

  58. Little Italy Fire Injures 13 and Damages a Century-Old Restaurant Metro, February 17

    The blaze damaged Angelo’s of Mulberry St., which has been in operation since 1902. Two people were seriously injured and 11 others had minor injuries.

  59. If a Law Bars Asking Your Past Salary, Does It Help or Hurt? Business, February 16

    A growing number of state and local laws ban an employer practice that is said to perpetuate pay bias. But some researchers say the move may be counterproductive.

  60. For de Blasio and Cuomo, a Tug of War Over City Housing Authority Metro, February 16

    Advocates called for state and local politicians to stop bickering over the problems at public housing and work together to fix them.

  61. The Dog Was Running, So the Subway Was Not Metro, February 16

    A runaway poodle on the tracks snarled the F line for over an hour.

  62. Cool-Looking and Sweet, Juul Is a Vice Teens Can’t Resist Metropolitan, February 16

    The e-cigarettes, in flavors like Mango and Fruit Medley, offer rebellion in a sharply designed package that appeals to a driven generation.

  63. Before Arrests in Bomb-Making Case, a Fascination With Conspiracies Metro, February 16

    The authorities have not outlined a motive or suggested the twin brothers from the Bronx had a target they planned to attack.

  64. Watching Friend’s Dog, He Stabbed It 55 Times, Police Say Metro, February 16

    Stephen Richardson claimed that Onyx, a pit bull, bit him at a Bronx park, so he killed him, according to prosecutors.

  65. New Contract Approved, Carpenters’ Union Drops Suit Against City Metro, February 16

    The union agreed to a new contract with the city after accusing Mayor de Blasio of tactics inconsistent with his pro-labor reputation.

  66. How Salt Bae, Restaurateur, Spends His Sundays Metropolitan, February 16

    Nusret Gokce has moved into the Plaza Hotel in order to be close to his new restaurant, Nusr-Et, where he spends most of the day.

  67. New York Today: Celebrating Our First Ladies Metro, February 16

    Friday: Remembering president’s wives from New York, a snowstorm tomorrow, your weekend lineup, and Lunar New Year festivities.

  68. The Power of Wearing Flowers T Style, February 16

    The impulse to adorn ourselves with flora is as old as civilization itself. Here, three floral artists offer new takes on the most atavistic — and enduring — of traditions.

  69. World Trade Center Arts Space Gets a Lease, and a Leader Culture, February 16

    The new artistic director of the Perelman Center will be Bill Rauch, the theater director who currently leads the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

  70. Lin-Manuel Miranda, the Next Lion of New York Metropolitan, February 16

    The unifying voice of the Obama years digs in for a fractious new era and a second child.

  71. Future Lions of New York Metropolitan, February 16

    A parlor game: Who will be the next generations of influential New Yorkers? Candidates include novelists, educators, bartenders, infectious-disease specialists, and three-term mayors.

  72. Two Bronx Brothers Arrested in Bomb-Making Scheme Metro, February 15

    Investigators found an index card that read: “Under the full moon the small ones will know terror.”

  73. Orthodox Jew, Unorthodox Boxing Teacher Metropolitan, February 15

    Yuri Foreman, a former world champion and now a rabbi, teaches a class of devoted students every week at the 92nd Street Y.

  74. Police Sergeant Acquitted in Killing of Mentally Ill Woman Metro, February 15

    A judge declined to convict Hugh Barry, who shot and killed 66-year-old Deborah Danner in her Bronx home as she wielded a bat.

  75. 7 Things to Do With Your Kids in NYC This Weekend Weekend, February 15

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

  76. Flatbush and Nostrand, January ’61 Metro, February 15

    Seeing a familiar face while waiting for the bus back to Rockaway Beach.

  77. 8 Classical Music Concerts to See in NYC This Weekend Weekend, February 15

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

  78. 13 Plays and Musicals to Go to in NYC This Weekend Weekend, February 15

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  79. 4 Film Series to Catch in NYC This Weekend Weekend, February 15

    Our guide to film series and special screenings happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  80. 4 Film Series to Catch in NYC This Weekend Weekend, February 15

    Our guide to film series and special screenings happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  81. 13 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in NYC This Weekend Weekend, February 15

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

  82. 5 Dance Performances to See in NYC This Weekend Weekend, February 15

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

  83. 5 Dance Performances to See in NYC This Weekend Weekend, February 15

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

  84. 12 Art Exhibitions to View in NYC This Weekend Weekend, February 15

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

  85. 5 Comedy Shows to Catch in NYC This Weekend Weekend, February 15

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

  86. Operator of Notorious Flophouses Pleads Guilty to Medicaid Fraud Metro, February 15

    Yury Baumblit and his wife took advantage of poor addicts and the mentally ill living in ‘three-quarter houses’ and got $1.5 million in kickbacks.

  87. Transgender Woman Breast-Feeds Baby After Hospital Induces Lactation Foreign, February 15

    A journal says it’s the first documented case of successful inducement of breast-milk production in a transgender woman.

  88. New York Today: The Lunar New Year Laundromat Metro, February 15

    Preparing for the Year of the Dog, an Olympic viewing party, and warmer weather.

  89. Frederick Douglass in Brooklyn Metropolitan, February 15

    A new book includes eight speeches about equality, slavery and the Civil War that Douglass delivered in Brooklyn throughout the 19th Century.

  90. Out of Cuttlefish Ink? Try SOS Chefs Metropolitan, February 15

    The shop, on the Lower East Side, has specialized in hard-to-find spices, herbs, oils, and other culinary concoctions since 1996.

  91. A Challenge Race Shakes Up the Running Routine Well, February 15

    Races designed to almost guarantee you won’t set a new personal record are becoming increasingly popular among runners who crave something new.

  92. Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn Real Estate, February 15

    This week’s listings are in Williamsburg, Murray Hill, and the on the Upper West Side.

  93. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, February 15

    This week’s listings are in Williamsburg, Murray Hill, and the on the Upper West Side.

  94. Savvy First-Time Buyer Does Her Homework Real Estate, February 15

    Careful study and a class for buyers helped Kimberly Lewis, a textile designer, buy an H.D.F.C. co-op in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

  95. Evoking What Can’t Be Seen Magazine, February 15

    Lorna Simpson’s work with photographs and other media is a masterclass in layering

  96. Floyd Cardoz Pivots Again, for an Elusive Ingredient: Fun Dining, February 15

    The chef will transform his underperforming SoHo restaurant Paowalla into a lively canteen for Indian street food and snacks, the Bombay Bread Bar.

  97. Months of Searching Still Hasn’t Found New Schools Chancellor Metro, February 14

    It’s been hard to find a successor to Carmen Fariña with the skills to run the country’s largest district and a mind-set compatible with the mayor’s.

  98. Will Apathy Defeat de Blasio’s Grand Plan for Democracy? Editorial, February 14

    In the face of a dearth of engaging races, turnout in New York City elections has been abysmal.

  99. Police Complaint Board to Investigate Charges of Sexual Misconduct Metro, February 14

    The Civilian Complaint Review Board said its expanded role would add vital oversight.

  100. Judge in Trial of Sergeant Who Killed 66-Year-Old Woman Is Urged to Focus on Bat She Was Swinging Metro, February 14

    A prosecutor argues that Sgt. Hugh Barry of the New York Police Department overstated the danger he was in. The judge indicated he would deliver a verdict on Thursday morning.

  101. Mayor and Council Agree on New Jail Sites to Replace Rikers Island Metro, February 14

    All boroughs except Staten Island will get new, modern jails as part of an effort to accelerate the closing of the Rikers Island jails complex.

  102. ‘Move On,’ Judge Tells Defense Lawyers in Corruption Trial Metro, February 14

    Lawyers for a former top aide to the governor and his codefendants have relentlessly tried to discredit the prosecution’s star witness.

  103. Countdown to Agony Metro, February 14

    When the Jamaica-bound F is always just a minute away.

  104. New York Today: Where Did Your Roses Grow? Metro, February 14

    Wednesday: From farm to Valentine’s Day bouquet, where to celebrate the holiday, and Ash Wednesday.

  105. East Chelsea, Manhattan: Once Industrial, Now Residential Real Estate, February 14

    At first the shift toward upscale development was gradual, but in the last several years “it’s been an explosion.”

  106. Living In ... East Chelsea Slideshow, February 14

    At first, the neighborhood’s shift toward upscale residential development was gradual, but in the last several years has seen “an explosion.”

  107. Westminster Dog Show 2018: Flynn Is Best in Show Express, February 13

    Flynn, a bichon frisé, looked like a cloud and was flying just as high as he won top honors at the 142nd Westminster Dog Show.

  108. Bomber Sentenced to 2 Life Terms for Manhattan Attack Metro, February 13

    Ahmad Khan Rahimi was sentenced for the 2016 pressure-cooker bombing in the Chelsea neighborhood that strafed buildings, cars and pedestrians with shrapnel.

  109. In State of the City Speech, Mayor Calls for Improved Democracy Metro, February 13

    Mayor de Blasio called for more public financing of elections and pledged to register 1.5 million new voters.

  110. Second Federal Judge Issues Injunction to Keep DACA in Place Metro, February 13

    The injunction by a Brooklyn federal judge spares the program for young undocumented immigrants and comes one month after a similar ruling in San Francisco.

  111. Hands Full Metro, February 13

    The dogs were walking. Their walker was riding.

  112. Officer Testifies He Tried to Grab Woman Before Fatal Shooting Metro, February 13

    Taking the stand at his trial, Sgt. Hugh Barry said he entered the bedroom to grab Deborah Danner, 66, but “she was too fast for me.”

  113. New York Today: The Story Behind the Street Hearts Metro, February 13

    Tuesday: New York Romantic, Mardi Gras celebrations, and broken heart week.

  114. Lawsuit Takes Aim at Trump Administration Marijuana Policy Metro, February 13

    In a sprawling complaint citing the benefits of pot reaching back 10,000 years, the suit seeks to decriminalize the drug under federal law.

  115. As a School Moves Out of Renewal, Can Its Progress Be Sustained? Metro, February 13

    DreamYard Prep was part of the city’s program for low-performing schools. Now it has been deemed a Rise school, and over time the intensive support will wane.

  116. Gem, From 19-Year-Old Chef Flynn McGarry, Opens in the Lower East Side Dining, February 13

    Israeli food in Midtown East, a new branch of MaLa Project in Midtown West, and other restaurant news.

  117. A Chinatown Noodle Dynasty Returns in Style Dining, February 13

    Hwa Yuan Szechuan, the restaurant that gave New York cold sesame noodles, resurfaces with a menu that charms rather than overwhelms.

  118. The Return of a Chinatown Pioneer Slideshow, February 13

    Hwa Yuan Szechuan, which helped introduce Sichuan food to New York and served cold sesame noodles that were imitated everywhere, has been reborn.

  119. The Go-for-Broke Renovation Real Estate, February 13

    After years of looking, they found a bigger house in Brooklyn — then discovered an entire wall was crumbling. So much for staying on budget.

  120. From Nightmare to Dream House Slideshow, February 13

    After years of looking, they found a bigger house in Brooklyn — then discovered a wall was crumbling. So much for staying on budget.

  121. Mayor Wants City Charter Revision to Tackle Campaign Finance Metro, February 12

    Mayor Bill de Blasio will create a commission to recommend changes to the City Charter — and he wants it to strengthen campaign finance laws.

  122. Cornstarch in Letter to Donald Trump Jr. Causes Scare Metro, February 12

    The letter to the president’s son was handled by his wife and mother-in-law, who were taken to the hospital as a precaution. They were expected to be O.K.

  123. Time Is Running Out for Puerto Ricans Sheltering in Hotels Metro, February 12

    Hotel rooms provided by FEMA have been a rare source of stability amid the turmoil brought by Hurricane Maria. But Puerto Rican families worry about what comes next.

  124. ‘Flight’ Has No Live Actors. But Its Story of Two Afghan Boys Feels So Real. Culture, February 12

    It may not be typical theater, but this immersive show is pulse-pounding and intensely affecting.

  125. Water, Water Everywhere in New York Subway. And With it, Problems Metro, February 12

    The subway system is wet because it is surrounded by water. Keeping it dry and running is an endless task.

  126. Lawmaker Scolded by City Council Over Harass Claim Metro, February 12

    The City Council ethics committee ordered a Bronx lawmaker to undergo sensitivity training after an incident with a female staffer.

  127. Eat, Pray, Love: An Ash Wednesday and Valentine’s Day Dilemma Metro, February 12

    For the first time in 73 years, the two occasions fall on the same day, posing culinary challenges for Christians who observe Lent.

  128. Stockpiling Sympathy Metro, February 12

    He reached toward a light blue birthday card, and then noticed that it was resting next to a dark blue condolence card.

  129. Squab: A Primer Interactive, February 12

    The illustrated history of squab, from ancient Egypt to Delmonico's.

  130. New York Today: Dog Concierge Tells All Metro, February 12

    Monday: Secrets from the hotel that hosts 600 Westminster show dogs, Off-Broadway week and the anniversary of the premiere of “Dracula.”

  131. You Can Put a Suit on a Problematic Witness, but Will Jurors Believe Him? Metro, February 12

    Todd Howe, the key witness in a corruption trial, will not be required to wear jail garb when he returns to the stand, despite his arrest on Thursday.

  132. How the Westminster Dog Show Got Its Name Insider, February 12

    An “organization of gentlemen” struggled to agree on a name for their new club. They settled on the name of the hotel that housed their favorite bar.

  133. The Problem With Parole Editorial, February 11

    The state could adopt several common-sense reforms to reduce the number of people in prison, often for minor rule violations.

  134. Putting a Price on Heat, Legal Aid Threatens to Sue Housing Authority Metro, February 11

    Public housing tenants who lived without heat during the winter cold snap deserve refunds that could cost $15 million, lawyers say.

  135. A Question Hangs Over a Trial: Why Did a Nanny Kill 2 Children in Her Care? Metro, February 11

    Five years after Yoselyn Ortega was charged with fatally stabbing a 2-year-old boy and a 6-year-old girl, she faces trial and claims insanity.

  136. Far From the Great Lawn, Saving a Home Tied to Central Park Metro, February 11

    Frederick Law Olmsted, who designed Central Park with Calvert Vaux, lived in a home on Staten Island in the 1840s and 1850s. The city hopes to renovate and restore it.

  137. Subways and Taxes Letters, February 11

    A reader says that if you live near the subway, you already pay higher taxes.

  138. Homes That Sold for Around $450,000 Real Estate, February 11

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  139. I Will Die in This Beautiful Place Styles, February 10

    To be a true New Yorker, one must love and hate the city in equal measure, and always come back.

  140. How Sasha Cohen, Former Olympic Figure Skater, Spends Her Sundays Metropolitan, February 9

    Ms. Cohen, who won a silver medal in 2006, now works for Morgan Stanley, and like many New Yorkers, likes to slow down on the weekends, enjoying sleep, friends and nice meals.

  141. Tenant Used Gas to Start Upper Manhattan Fire, Prosecutors Say Metro, February 9

    Jelani Parker, charged in the November blaze that displaced dozens of families, was arrested in Los Angeles.

  142. Lovebug Starski, Hip-Hop Trailblazer, Is Dead at 57 Obits, February 9

    A versatile D.J. and rapper, in the 1970s he was a key figure in the development and evolution of a new kind of music in the South Bronx.

  143. Cheats, Swindlers and Ne’er-Do-Wells: A New York Family Album Metropolitan, February 9

    The Rogues’ Gallery was a 19th-century innovation that changed police work forever. It’s also a mesmerizing window into our ancestral life of crime.

  144. To Cut Drug Deaths, City Considers Sanctioned Places to Shoot Up Metro, February 9

    New York is debating safe injection facilities, where addicts, under supervision to prevent overdose fatalities, can use opioids without fear of arrest.

  145. New York Today: From Here to Pyeongchang Metro, February 9

    Friday: A chat with a New York mogul skier, weekend events and a 250-pound bagel.

  146. Flights of Fancy and Function Real Estate, February 9

    Some developers have designed staircases that are much more than functional and help add drama and grandeur to common areas.

  147. Stocks Post Worst Week in Two Years: DealBook Briefing Business, February 9

    For the week, the S.&P. 500 and the Dow tumbled 5.2 percent, their steepest weekly declines since January 2016.

  148. Man Arrested in Upper Manhattan Building Fire That Displaced Dozens Metro, February 9

    The man, Jelani Parker, apparently fled to Los Angeles at some point after the Nov. 17 fire in Hamilton Heights. He faces arson and other charges.

  149. Art and Museums in NYC This Week Weekend, February 8

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

  150. Events for Children in NYC This Week Weekend, February 8

    Our guide to cultural events in New York City for families with children and teenagers.