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  1. For 25 Years in Prison, He Said He Was Innocent. A Judge Just Agreed New York, Yesterday

    Rafael Ruiz always maintained he did not take part in a gang rape in 1984.

  2. For 25 Years in Prison, He Said He Was Innocent. A Judge Just Agreed New York, Yesterday

    Rafael Ruiz always maintained he did not take part in a gang rape in 1984.

  3. Weaponizing Truth Against Opioids Opinion, Yesterday

    A decades-old campaign that knew how to talk to teenagers persuaded millions of them to never start smoking. Can it now persuade them never to misuse opioids?

  4. There Are Glowing Seesaws in Midtown and New Yorkers Are Losing It New York, Yesterday

    A quick pick-me-up (and drop me down!) in the heart of the busy city.

  5. Pop-Up Dinners That Share a Culture, Course by Course Food, Yesterday

    A new wave of cooks are hosting meals that explore their personal memories and culinary traditions.

  6. A Kreung Dinner Slideshow, Yesterday

    For a summer meal, Chinchakriya Un and her mother, Kim Eng Mann, made lobster with Cambodian spices, rice and grilled corn in coconut milk at the King Tai bar in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

  7. Chains, Shackles and Threats: Testimony on Torture Takes a Dramatic Turn U.S., Yesterday

    In a hearing at Guantánamo Bay, an architect of the C.I.A. interrogation program said he told the accused mastermind of the 9/11 attacks: “I will cut your son’s throat.”

  8. At Anton’s, Appetites Shaped by an Older New York Food, Yesterday

    In a stripped-down tavern, the chef Nick Anderer serves chopped liver, Ukrainian ham and other immigrant foods that helped form the city’s palate.

  9. The Food of a Vanishing New York at Anton’s, in the West Village Slideshow, Yesterday

    In a stripped-down corner tavern, the chef Nick Anderer conjures up a vision of the city before he was born.

  10. Everything You Think You Know About Housing Is Probably Wrong Arts, Yesterday

    In cities, many people think “density” means crowded neighborhoods and greedy developers, but a new show at the Skyscraper Museum tells a different story.

  11. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, Yesterday

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  12. Coronavirus in New York: What We Know So Far New York, Yesterday

    The city's health commissioner has urged calm as cases of the dangerous new coronavirus crop up in a number of states. 

  13. Vegan Soups Ready to Reheat Food, January 27

    Good Stock, which has a cafe in the West Village, now sells its vegan and vegetarian soups online.

  14. An Ode to Manhattan’s Chinatown Food, January 27

    In celebration of the Lunar New Year, a pop-up store celebrates Chinatown with art.

  15. The Spotted Pig, Where Employees Were Sexually Harassed, Closes Food, January 27

    The West Village restaurant has shuttered just weeks after its owner, Ken Friedman, agreed to a monetary settlement with 11 former employees.

  16. Remembering Kobe Bryant: ‘Today, We All Cry’ Opinion, January 27

    A reader who chronicled the basketball star’s early career says “he also lit up a room.” Also: The departure of New York’s subways chief.

  17. New York Braces for Coronavirus: ‘It’s Inevitable’ New York, January 27

    In Queens, some who recently returned from China have even self-quarantined. But officials have urged calm.

  18. Jason Polan, Fast-Drawing Artist of the Offbeat, Dies at 37 Arts, January 27

    His projects included a quixotic quest to sketch everyone in New York City.

  19. 9/11 Workers May Be at Higher Cancer Risk Well, January 27

    Ground zero workers had higher rates of cancer, especially prostate and thyroid cancers and leukemia.

  20. Bloomberg Is Taunting Trump, and Trump Is Taking the Bait U.S., January 27

    Once acquaintances as members of the wealthy Manhattan elite, Michael Bloomberg and President Trump have become bitter rivals. And a flurry of Bloomberg attack ads is angering the president.

  21. Weinstein Trial: ‘I’m Being Raped,’ Recalls ‘Project Runway’ Assistant New York, January 27

    Miriam Haley testified that Harvey Weinstein assaulted her, but defense lawyers said that emails showed an amicable relationship.

  22. Harvey Weinstein on Trial: What’s Happened So Far New York, January 27

    The actresses Annabella Sciorra and Rosie Perez testified at the proceeding, and prosecutors offered tawdry details about what they said were assaults on women.

  23. Fourth Spy at Los Alamos Knew A-Bomb’s Inner Secrets Science, January 27

    Historians recently uncovered another Soviet spy in the U.S. atomic bomb program. Fresh disclosures show he worked on the device’s explosive trigger.

  24. Will the Largest Quarantine in History Just Make Things Worse? Opinion, January 27

    The dirty history behind isolating the sick.

  25. Top Latino Mayoral Hopeful in New York City Drops Out New York, January 26

    Ruben Diaz Jr., the Bronx borough president, said that he would no longer seek public office and hoped to spend more time with his family.

  26. These Are the 6 Women Who Are Testifying Against Harvey Weinstein New York, January 26

    Mr. Weinstein is charged with sexually assaulting two women, but four others will also testify about their encounters with him.

  27. Examining How Police Bullets Shattered a Brooklyn Family. Twice. New York, January 26

    I reported a story of two brothers, both killed by police officers, and the devastating impacts of their deaths.

  28. Homes That Sold for Around $1 Million Real Estate, January 26

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  29. ‘We Had Already Missed the Stop He Mentioned, but I Said Nothing.’ New York, January 26

    A fresh start, a table at Grand Central and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

  30. Deciding When to Downsize and Move to the City Real Estate, January 25

    Sometimes, the decision to move is made for you. But sometimes you just want a change. Here’s how to work through your options.

  31. 85,000 Pieces From Beloved Chinatown Museum Likely Destroyed in Fire New York, January 24

    The president of the Museum of Chinese in America said that she was “just distraught” and that the collection was one of a kind.

  32. New York’s Subway Boss Quit: Will Your Commute Get Worse? New York, January 24

    Andy Byford has been praised for reversing the decline of the system. Now transit leaders “don’t want to lose the momentum.”

  33. How a Designer Learned to Cook Using Memory Alone T Magazine, January 24

    When Phillip Lim finally decided to put his kitchen to use, he followed his nose back to the fragrant dishes of his childhood.

  34. Rosie Perez, at Weinstein Trial, Backs Up Rape Allegation New York, January 24

    Ms. Perez told jurors that, decades ago, her fellow actress Annabella Sciorra “swore me never to tell” that she was attacked by Harvey Weinstein.

  35. The High Line’s Latest Starchitect Project Real Estate, January 24

    Thomas Heatherwick, who created the Vessel at Hudson Yards, has designed buildings where every window is a bay window.

  36. 10 Injured and Community Center Damaged in Chinatown Fire New York, January 24

    A building critical to several community groups in Chinatown was heavily damaged during a massive blaze Thursday night.

  37. In NoLIta, a Rental Renovated in Shades of Purple Real Estate, January 24

    It took a lot of nerve (and a very understanding landlord) to do what one Russia-born designer and his partner did. And it wasn’t the first time.

  38. 5 Sites That Show How Much Lower Manhattan Has Changed New York, January 24

    One hundred years ago, newspapers, radios and fishmongers ruled the oldest neighborhood in New York.

  39. How John Mulaney, Comedian, Spends His Sundays New York, January 24

    When he’s not hiding his Sour Patch Kids habit from his wife, the SNL alum is all about pleasing his dog and therapist.

  40. A Mother’s Agony: 2 Sons, Both Killed by the Police New York, January 24

    How the shooting of one brother paved the way for the other’s death, seven years later.

  41. There’s a Strong Case for Sticking With Bail Reform Opinion, January 24

    The New York law has been on the books for less than a month and already the critics are on the attack.

  42. Why Andy Byford, N.Y.C. Subway Leader, Left New York, January 24

    When Mr. Byford was brought in to overhaul the subway system, many New Yorkers saw his plans and can-do attitude as a signal of hope.

  43. Andy Byford’s Work Is Not Done Opinion, January 23

    Now it’s up to Governor Cuomo to build on the departing subway chief’s impressive progress.

  44. Sonny Grosso, Cop Who Severed ‘French Connection,’ Dies at 89 Movies, January 23

    He and his partner broke the heroin case that inspired that 1971 film. After he retired, he became a movie and television producer and consultant.

  45. Frederic Berman, Protector of Renters in New York, Dies at 92 New York, January 23

    He helped institute safeguards for tenants of 1.4 million rent-controlled apartments in the ’60s and was a key player behind the Rent Stabilization Law.

  46. 12 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, January 23

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

  47. 3 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Movies, January 23

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  48. 18 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, January 23

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

  49. 8 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Theater, January 23

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  50. 8 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, January 23

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

  51. 6 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, January 23

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

  52. 8 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, January 23

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

  53. 7 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, January 23

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

  54. Fairway Is So Crowded! How Can It Be in Bankruptcy? New York, January 23

    How a local favorite lost its way: numerous missteps and a nationwide disruption in the supermarket industry.

  55. Haitian and Jamaican Patties, Traditional and Not, in Brooklyn Food, January 23

    Kafe Louverture, in Bedford-Stuyvesant, and Branch Patty, at Artists & Fleas Williamsburg, make two variations on the beloved treat.

  56. Jamaican Patties With a Twist Slideshow, January 23

    Branch Patty pops up each weekend at Artists & Fleas Williamsburg in Brooklyn.

  57. Keeping Haitian Patties in the Family Slideshow, January 23

    Patties and excellent Haitian coffee are the main draw at Kafe Louverture in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

  58. A Monument Man Gives Memorials New Stories to Tell Arts, January 23

    Using video projections, the artist Krzysztof Wodiczko reclaims public spaces for marginalized viewpoints.

  59. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, January 23

    This week’s properties are in Morningside Heights, Midtown and Park Slope, Brooklyn.

  60. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, January 23

    This week’s properties are in Morningside Heights, Midtown and Park Slope, Brooklyn.

  61. The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week T Magazine, January 23

    The handbag one T editor is using for an organized 2020 — and more.

  62. Did the Saudis Play a Role in 9/11? Here’s What We Found U.S., January 23

    Investigators continued to investigate Saudi links to 9/11 even after high-level officials discounted connections.

  63. New York City Stores Must Accept Cash, Council Says New York, January 23

    New York lawmakers passed a bill that puts New York at the forefront of a national movement to ban cashless businesses.

  64. She’s 91 and Is Being Kicked Out of Her Apartment New York, January 23

    Dozens of residents of an independent living community in Manhattan — some as old as 99 — are being forced out of the homes they thought they’d die in.

  65. The Saudi Connection: Inside the 9/11 Case That Divided the F.B.I. Magazine, January 23

    A small team of agents spent years investigating whether one of Washington’s closest allies was involved in the worst terror attack in U.S. history. This is their story.

  66. No Broker, No Problem: A Renter Goes Solo for Her Brooklyn Hunt. Which Home Would You Choose? Interactive, January 23

    After taking a job in Park Slope, Linda Kudla made frequent trips from Massachusetts to see apartments in the neighborhood. Here’s where she wound up.

  67. Is Fairway Really Closing? New York, January 23

    No, according to a spokeswoman. But the beloved New York supermarket chain faces an uncertain future.

  68. Lee Gelber, Dean of New York Tour Guides, Dies at 81 New York, January 22

    “He knew our city better than anyone else,” a colleague said, “and made it his goal for everyone else to know it, too.”

  69. Sounds of the City Arts, January 22

    We sent four photographers to capture New York’s soundscape in images. Here’s what they saw (and heard).

  70. Michael I. Sovern, Who Led Columbia in Eventful Era, Dies at 88 New York, January 22

    During his tenure, 1980-93, the university was restored to financial health, divested from companies tied to South Africa and admitted women to its college.

  71. What to See Right Now in New York Art Galleries Arts, January 22

    ‘Souls Grown Diaspora,’ a movement’s northern reach; Frederick Weston’s ‘Blue Bedroom Blues’; Nicholas Krushenick’s collages; Eric Brown’s ‘Longhand’ paintings.

  72. How ‘West Side Story’ Was Reborn Magazine, January 22

    Inside the wildly ambitious effort to reimagine the classic musical for 2020.

  73. Fairway Market Files for Bankruptcy Protection New York, January 22

    Speculation of the grocery chain’s possible closings set off lamentations on social media, though some said the chain had lost its luster.

  74. Weinstein Trial Begins With Vivid Descriptions of Several Sexual Attacks New York, January 22

    A prosecutor offered graphic details, including that Harvey Weinstein showed up uninvited outside Annabella Sciorra’s hotel room in his underwear.

  75. What Makes Someone a New Yorker? New York, January 22

    The Brooklyn borough president, Eric Adams, sparked a fierce debate about gentrification after saying newcomers should “go back to Iowa.”

  76. In a Crowded New York City, Should Newcomers ‘Go Back to Iowa’? New York, January 21

    The Brooklyn borough president, Eric Adams, sparked a conversation on gentrification and what makes someone a New Yorker.

  77. A Gluten-Free Greenmarket Baker Finds a Permanent Home Food, January 21

    Las Delicias Patisserie has opened a shop in Chelsea Local on the lower level of the Chelsea Market.

  78. Sheldon Silver’s Corruption Conviction Is Partly Overturned New York, January 21

    Prison is still likely for Mr. Silver, the once-powerful New York State Assembly speaker.

  79. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, January 21

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  80. Girl, 11, Dies in Unexplained Fire in Brooklyn New York, January 21

    The fire in the Midwood neighborhood also left one firefighter injured. The cause of the blaze is still under investigation.

  81. My AirPods Fell Through a Subway Grate. Here’s How I Got Them Back. New York, January 21

    Over 7,000 electronics items were found throughout the subway system last year. Earbuds are the most common thing lost.

  82. The Sea Wall That Trump Calls ‘Foolish’ New York, January 21

    The Army Corps of Engineers is looking at several plans, and all but one of them involve some kind of wall.

  83. ‘I Was Wrong,’ Bloomberg Says. But This Policy Still Haunts Him. New York, January 21

    After defending the stop-and-frisk policing tactic, the former mayor apologized. But black voters in the Democratic presidential race may not forgive him.

  84. Mysterious Fire and Death of Charity Leader Rattle a Brooklyn Block New York, January 20

    L. Antonio Litman, who recently bought hoverboards for children in the neighborhood, was found dead after an overnight blaze at his home.

  85. The Perils of Renovating if You Rent Real Estate, January 20

    A woodworker spent six years turning his apartment into ‘a delightful, strange, kooky space.’ Then his landlord nearly doubled the rent.

  86. Unmasking a Company That Wants to Unmask Us All Reader Center, January 20

    I reported on an app, created by the company Clearview AI, that can identify people in seconds using a trove of photos collected from across the web.

  87. Unmasking a Company That Wants to Unmask Us All Technology, January 20

    I reported on an app, created by the company Clearview AI, that can identify people in seconds using a trove of photos collected from across the web.

  88. He Was Charged With 4 Bank Heists, and Freed. Then He Struck Again, Police Say. New York, January 19

    A man accused of robbing banks in New York City had been released under a Jan. 1 law that ended bail for most nonviolent charges.

  89. Water Break on Upper West Side Disrupts Subway Service New York, January 19

    Subway service on the A, C and D lines was suspended on Sunday morning after the second major water main break in a week.

  90. Homes That Sold for Around $1.5 Million Real Estate, January 19

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  91. ‘At 5 P.M., a Woman in a Mechanized Wheelchair Is Loading a Dryer’ New York, January 19

    At the corner laundromat, human punctuation on the subway and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

  92. How Do I Rent a New York Apartment for Less Than a Year? Real Estate, January 18

    Finding a suitable short-term home is challenging. But in the last few years, a new industry has sprung up with more options for renters like your daughter.

  93. 11 of Our Best Weekend Reads Briefing, January 18

    Awkwafina returns to Queens. A Maine paper mill finds a savior in China. Olivia Palermo. Mohammed bin Zayed. Dog the Bounty Hunter. And more.

  94. Rapper Pop Smoke Is Charged With Stealing a $375,000 Rolls-Royce New York, January 17

    The rising star is accused of transporting the car to New York from Los Angeles. It was found outside his mother’s Brooklyn home.

  95. A Doctor Abused Her. His Name Is on Her Child’s Birth Certificate. New York, January 17

    A new law in New York City lets parents remove their obstetricians’ names if their medical licenses were revoked for misconduct.

  96. Weinstein Jury Has Only 2 White Women as Prosecutors Protest New York, January 17

    The defense is “systematically eliminating every young white woman,” a prosecutor said during jury selection.

  97. Three U.S. Airports to Check Passengers for a Deadly Chinese Coronavirus Health, January 17

    Passengers from Wuhan, China, will be screened at J.F.K. beginning Friday night, and in San Francisco and Los Angeles starting on Saturday.

  98. The Outsider Art Fair 2020: 7 Must-See Exhibits Arts, January 17

    Our critic explores Yuichiro Ukai’s pen-and-marker dinosaurs and samurai, ceramic animals from the Peruvian Amazon and the photography of Vivian Maier.

  99. The $119 Billion Sea Wall That Could Defend New York … or Not New York, January 17

    A six-mile-long barrier would help protect the city from floodwaters during fierce storms like Sandy, but critics say rising seas make the option inadequate.

  100. Hudson Yards: No Wall, but a Great Wealth Divide New York, January 17

    The Times's architecture critic discusses how the development is changing the Far West Side, and the city as a whole.

  101. Fighting to Preserve the Magic of Lower Fifth Avenue Real Estate, January 17

    New development threatens views of the Empire State Building from the Flatiron Building.

  102. Walking Along the ‘Iron-Empire Corridor’ Slideshow, January 17

    New development endangers views of the Empire State Building.

  103. How Chris Thile, Who Remade ‘A Prairie Home Companion,’ Spends His Sundays New York, January 17

    The mandolin player recently moved his radio show to New York.

  104. Why Aren’t There More Rich Foster Parents? New York, January 17

    Bureaucracy — no surprise — gets in the way of expanding the pool of volunteers.

  105. Barneys Workers Feel Used as They March Store Toward Death Business, January 16

    As the retailer goes through liquidation, employees at its flagship store say they haven’t received information about a closing date, severance pay or benefits.

  106. 8 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, January 16

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

  107. 6 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, January 16

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

  108. 12 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, January 16

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

  109. 5 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, January 16

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

  110. 18 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, January 16

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

  111. 15 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Theater, January 16

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  112. 4 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, January 16

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

  113. 4 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Movies, January 16

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  114. Mayor de Blasio Offers ‘Minimalist’ $95.3 Billion Budget, Warning of Cuts New York, January 16

    The mayor proposed a city budget with the smallest percentage increase in his six years in office, fearing a state deficit.

  115. When Art Begins at the Scene of a Crime Arts, January 16

    The Mexican artist Teresa Margolles makes unflinching art about violent death and its aftermath. Her newest photographs and installations are now in New York City.

  116. Awkwafina’s Latest Role: Subway Announcer. New Yorkers Have Thoughts. New York, January 16

    Listen to the actress’s recorded subway announcements, now playing on the No. 7 train for one week. “Welcome to my borough!”

  117. Georgian Rarities, Served Without Fanfare, at Chama Mama Food, January 16

    This Chelsea restaurant, where gandzili, a cousin to ramps, is served alongside the better-known adjaruli khachapuri, honors the cuisine’s rustic simplicity.

  118. The Rustic Cooking of Home Slideshow, January 16

    “I spent my whole life explaining my culture,” said Tamara Chubinidze, who opened Chama Mama in March, where many country-style dishes are on offer.

  119. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan Real Estate, January 16

    This week’s properties are in Midtown East, Forest Hills Gardens, Queens, and Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.

  120. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, January 16

    This week’s properties are in Midtown East, Forest Hills Gardens, Queens, and Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.

  121. Meet New York’s Impeachment Managers New York, January 16

    Jerrold Nadler and Hakeem Jeffries are two of seven Congress members who will help take the House Democrats’ case for removing President Trump to the Senate.

  122. A Bronx Renter Considers Upgrades in Manhattan and Queens. Which Borough Did She Choose? Interactive, January 16

    Seeking more space indoors and out, one renter with a $2,000 monthly budget explored whether it was worth leaving her South Bronx neighborhood. Here's where she wound up.

  123. Bailout Up to $500 Million Proposed for Taxi Drivers Trapped in Loans New York, January 15

    The proposal is the most far-reaching step taken in response to a Times investigation into exploitative practices in the industry.

  124. They Were Going to Build a Wall at Hudson Yards. Then Came the Backlash. New York, January 15

    The developer of Hudson Yards has backed off a plan that would have put a giant wall next to the High Line.

  125. New York Mayor Scorned Over His Favorite Bagel Order New York, January 15

    Toasted bagel? Roasted mayor.

  126. Trial of 6-Year-Old’s Killer Exposes Lapses in City’s Child Welfare System New York, January 15

    A Harlem man was convicted of murder in the beating of his girlfriend’s son after a trial that shed light on the city’s failure to intervene.

  127. What to See Right Now in New York Art Galleries Arts, January 15

    Nicky Nodjoumi’s dreamy serial paintings; Albert Oehlen’s “mirror paintings”; Clarity Haynes portraits of breasts; Kim Tschang-Yeul’s abstract brand of Pop Art

  128. Lawsuit Claims Epstein Trafficked Girls in Caribbean Until 2018 New York, January 15

    The attorney general of the Virgin Islands says Mr. Epstein and his associates used a database to track victims as young as 11 years old.

  129. 5 Times Tiffany Was Robbed New York, January 15

    Some thieves knew how to bypass the alarm system and steal the security tapes. Others snatched jewels and ran.

  130. He Says He Stabbed a Student to Defend His Home. His Home Is a Box. New York, January 15

    A homeless man is fighting his case by invoking New York’s “castle doctrine,” which gives people the right to defend their dwellings.

  131. The Fog of Rudy Interactive, January 15

    Did he change — or did America?

  132. Is a 400% Rent Increase the Future of Coney Island? New York, January 15

    Gentrification looms over the “freakishness and fun-loving spirit” of the boardwalk.

  133. Man Accused of Murdering Woman, 92, Should Have Been Deported, ICE Says New York, January 14

    A killing that has shocked a community in Queens has become a flash point in the national debate over immigration.

  134. BTS Announces Global Arts Project Featuring Antony Gormley Arts, January 14

    A new series of projects by international artists will be shown in five cities across the world.

  135. The Four-Star Restaurants of New York Food, January 14

    These are the places that currently have four stars from The New York Times’s critics.

  136. At Sushi Nakazawa, Only the Price Remains the Same Food, January 14

    At $150, an omakase meal at the West Village sushi counter is a relative bargain. But the restaurant isn’t the four-star place it was in its early days.

  137. Sushi Nakazawa, One Piece at a Time Slideshow, January 14

    The acclaimed omakase counter in the West Village has upgraded.

  138. For the Love of Whiskey Food, January 14

    The Brandy Library will host a Valentine’s Day tasting of Japanese whiskeys.

  139. Andy Warhol Through the Lens Arts, January 14

    Photography was Andy Warhol’s secret weapon — the architecture of his oeuvre. A new show highlights many of his rarely seen images.

  140. Secret Service Agent Kills Dog, Unnerving a Brooklyn Neighborhood New York, January 14

    The off-duty agent told the police that the animal had charged at him while he was walking in Windsor Terrace.

  141. Damage From Water Main Burst: 60 Cars and a Beloved Movie Theater New York, January 14

    Floodwaters around Lincoln Center engulfed a garage under a luxury high-rise and destroyed the home of a group of film devotees.

  142. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, January 14

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  143. Why a Water Main Break Flooded the Subway New York, January 14

    There's a chronic problem lurking below New York City's streets: a labyrinth of aging infrastructure.

  144. She’s Harvey Weinstein’s Lawyer, and She Thinks #MeToo Is ‘Dangerous’ New York, January 14

    “We can’t have movements that strip us of our fundamental rights,” said Donna Rotunno, who has faced criticism from feminists.

  145. Matty Maher, an Institution at an Institution, McSorley’s, Dies at 80 New York, January 13

    As bartender, manager and owner, he helped the East Village saloon survive neighborhood blight and change its ways by admitting women and banning smoking.

  146. Dumpling Flavor, Stripped Down to Its Essence Food, January 13

    Alison Roman takes Russian pelmeni, and turns them into a creamy, meaty-without-meat bowl.

  147. How Tiffany Moved 114,000 Gems Without Getting Robbed New York, January 13

    It took dozens of security officers, hundreds of cameras and a vow of secrecy for the storied jeweler to move to temporary quarters as it renovates its flagship store on Fifth Avenue.

  148. A Nice Price for Truffled Pasta and Wine Food, January 13

    Bar Pleiades in the Surrey Hotel offers a glass of wine with a plate of creamy wild mushroom fettuccine from Café Boulud.

  149. Why Ocasio-Cortez Is Criticizing Cuomo’s Plan for a Train to La Guardia New York, January 13

    The Queens representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez demanded to know why all 46 alternatives to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s $2 billion AirTrain were ruled out so quickly.

  150. Democrats Run From Their Own Shadows Opinion, January 13

    Don’t buy into a campaign of fear on criminal justice reforms.