1. De Blasio Stymied in Attempt to Pay Legal Fees With Donations N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    A city agency capped donations to the mayor’s planned legal defense fund to cover legal bills he incurred during inquiries into his fund-raising practices.

  2. Looking for a Lost Child on the Train Metro, Yesterday

    Getting caught up in a subway search....

  3. Looking for a Lost Child on the Train N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    Getting caught up in a subway search.

  4. After-School Coach Charged With Sexual Abuse of 8-Year-Old Girls N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    Channing Parker, 22, was an employee at Kids Creative, a nonprofit group that organizes after-school programming in New York City.

  5. 34 Charged in Ring That Sold Potent New Drug, Prosecutors Say N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    The Brooklyn group is accused of selling furanyl fentanyl, a designer narcotic from China that is 50 times more powerful than heroin.

  6. New York Today: Much Ado About Tattoos N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    Wednesday: Tracing tattoo history, tap dancing through Midtown and commemorating women’s suffrage.

  7. No Deal Between Kushners and Chinese Company Over Fifth Avenue Skyscraper N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    A $4-billion deal to invest in a Manhattan building owned by the family of Trump’s son-in-law has fallen apart.

  8. Pursuing Tax, Bill de Blasio Embraces Snowball’s Chance in Albany N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    For almost two years, Mayor Bill de Blasio has been arguing that Albany should allow New York City to levy a new tax on home sales above $2 million. It hasn’t worked out.

  9. New York Has a Great Subway, if You’re Not in a Wheelchair Opinion, Yesterday

    After my accident, I learned firsthand how civic dysfunction can disenfranchise the vulnerable.

  10. Judge Seeks to Clarify Rudy Giuliani’s Role on Gold Trader’s Team N.Y. / Region, March 28

    The hiring of Mr. Giuliani and Michael B. Mukasey has added intrigue to a case that had already emerged as a sharp point of dispute between Turkey and the United States.

  11. It’s Darwin, Not Stalin N.Y. / Region, March 28

    A dog named for one historical figure is called by the name of another.

  12. Vision Zero Has Made Ocean Parkway Safer, but Some See Red N.Y. / Region, March 28

    A 25-mile-per-hour speed limit seems to have reduced accidents on Ocean Parkway. Nevertheless, the hassle of the slower speed has moved a Brooklyn power broker to act.

  13. Chris Colfer: The First Time I Braved New York (and a Taxi!) Arts, March 28

    The “Glee” actor and best-selling author, whose latest young adult novel is “Stranger Than Fanfiction,” talks about a rite of passage.

  14. Mysterious Buyer of Trump’s Childhood Home Said to Be From China N.Y. / Region, March 28

    A stream of Chinese visitors reportedly stopped to see the house between when it was listed for auction in January and when the sale closed last week.

  15. New York Today: Rooting Out Rats N.Y. / Region, March 28

    Tuesday: Return of the Rat Reservoir, stormy weather, and what lies beneath our highways.

  16. Smack in the Middle of the Track: An Errant Basketball N.Y. / Region, March 28

    Hiding in plain sight, a dusty, orange orb evaded subway cars, sweepers and even commuters in Manhattan for weeks.

  17. Pressure Builds for City’s Renewal Schools as State Tests Begin N.Y. / Region, March 28

    In the final year of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s initiative, students and teachers at struggling schools have been urgently preparing for exams to avoid being closed.

  18. We’ll Always Have Paris, at Augustine Food, March 28

    Like Keith McNally’s other French restaurants, this new one is a lovely realm of nostalgia and unfussy food.

  19. Augustine Slideshow, March 28

    It doesn’t break new ground, but this new restaurant from Keith McNally does evoke a vintage Paris of memory.

  20. A Glimpse Inside Nobu Downtown Food, March 28

    After 23 Years in TriBeCa, the innovative Japanese restaurant chain will move its nerve center next week to a grand space in the financial district.

  21. Just Bulbs: Still Burning Bright on the Upper East Side N.Y. / Region, March 28

    At a time when many independent shops are folding, a beloved light-bulb shop moves into a larger space.

  22. In Brooklyn’s Kosher Pizza War, Modern Tastes Battle Ancient Law N.Y. / Region, March 28

    A civil dispute between two pizzerias in Crown Heights comes before a rabbinical court.

  23. Paul Novograd, Who Owned Manhattan’s Last Public Livery, Dies at 73 N.Y. / Region, March 27

    Mr. Novograd reluctantly closed his family’s Claremont Riding Academy in 2007. Opened in 1892, it was billed as the oldest continuously operating stable in New York City.

  24. Brunch at Sarabeth’s With Aunt Dotty From Madbury N.Y. / Region, March 27

    Catching up, sort of, with a relative who can’t hear so well.

  25. Turk in Iran Sanctions Case Adds Rudy Giuliani to Legal Team N.Y. / Region, March 27

    The former mayor is close to President Trump, raising the question of whether he was retained to help resolve Reza Zarrab’s case with the Trump administration.

  26. Donald Trump’s Modest Boyhood Home in Queens Sells for Millions N.Y. / Region, March 27

    The buyer’s identity was shielded, but the sale was facilitated by a lawyer who specializes in real estate investments by overseas Chinese buyers.

  27. Dieter Roth’s Art Bar Rises Once Again in Manhattan Food, March 27

    At a Chelsea gallery, a sculpture by the Swiss artist doubles as a bar, serving drinks and dishes like sunchoke soup and vegetable flatbread.

  28. Meat Is the Main Attraction at Manzo in Eataly Flatiron Food, March 27

    The restaurant Manzo now includes a glass-enclosed butcher room and a rotisserie.

  29. New York Today: Film Festival Frenzy N.Y. / Region, March 27

    Monday: The city’s cinematic sweet spot, a week of warm weather, and the first film in New York.

  30. First Glance at the New Bar in the Old Four Seasons Space Food, March 27

    The Bar, as it will be called when it opens this spring, will retain a midcentury spirit in design and drinks.

  31. Facing Gators and Detours, First of New York’s New Ferries Voyages North N.Y. / Region, March 27

    The vessel belongs to a fleet built as part of the mayor’s plan to start a citywide ferry service this summer. But first it has to get past Florida.

  32. Symmetry in a Klezmer Key N.Y. / Region, March 26

    A man recovering from bypass surgery senses his ex-wife’s revenge coming from the radio in an a semiprivate hospital room.

  33. Ai Weiwei’s Latest Artwork: Building Fences Throughout New York City Arts, March 26

    Commissioned by the Public Art Fund, “Good Fences Make Good Neighbors,” an ambitious work about divisive politics and borders, opens on Oct. 12.

  34. Baltimoreans Mourn a Man Said to Have Been Killed by Their Neighbor N.Y. / Region, March 26

    The murder of a black man in New York reminds a Baltimore neighborhood of its own complicated racial history.

  35. Baltimoreans Mourn a Man Said to Have Been Killed by Their Neighbor N.Y. / Region, March 26

    The murder of a black man in New York reminds a Baltimore neighborhood of its own complicated racial history.

  36. Adding Homeless Shelters Is a Political Risk, but de Blasio Sees No Alternative N.Y. / Region, March 26

    The mayor plans to begin opening the first of 90 new shelters during the heat of a re-election campaign.

  37. What David Rockefeller Wanted Built Got Built N.Y. / Region, March 26

    At One Chase Manhattan Plaza and the Museum of Modern Art, he made the land-use review process seem effortless. For him, maybe it was.

  38. Unity, Instead of Fear, After Swastikas Are Carved Into a Church Door N.Y. / Region, March 26

    Speculation persists as to the reason Fourth Universalist on Central Park West was the target of a hate crime.

  39. Looking Back on the Crime Scene That Spanned the Entire City N.Y. / Region, March 26

    A writer returns to the subject of past columns for a glimpse at what the future holds.

  40. ‘A Risk We Choose’: Emergency Workers Mourn One of Their Own N.Y. / Region, March 25

    Emergency responders gathered in the Bronx to mourn Yadira Arroyo, 44, who was killed in an ambulance hijacking.

  41. Seen on the Streets: Fashion Mavericks, a Stylish Couple and Fran Lebowitz Fashion & Style, March 25

    “I’m not really interested in color,” said Andre Wagner, a Brooklyn photographer who specializes in street style.

  42. Two Die in Separate Cases of Falling From Buildings in Brooklyn N.Y. / Region, March 24

    A man died after falling out of a window hours after one teenager died and another one was injured after falling from a rooftop, the police said.

  43. Owner of Airbnb Listing in Trump Tower Is Fined $1,000 N.Y. / Region, March 24

    The listing gave hints that the apartment was inside President Trump’s New York City residence. Officials said the listing itself was illegal.

  44. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, March 24

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

  45. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, March 24

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

  46. Africa Center Looks to Close Fund-Raising Gap, and Open Its Doors Arts, March 24

    The center in Harlem posted video of what its headquarters may eventually look like, and announced financing efforts under its new board president.

  47. Luxury Buildings’ Latest Amenity: Co-Working Spaces Real Estate, March 24

    As the line between live and work blurs, residential developers invest in co-working spaces.

  48. New York Today: A Tale of Two Blocks N.Y. / Region, March 24

    Friday: The state of the block, weekend activities, and a chat with our borough presidents.

  49. As a Paramedic Mourns a Colleague, the Calls Don't Stop N.Y. / Region, March 24

    With the funeral of a slain co-worker nearing, a paramedic spends his days racing to the aid of New Yorkers whose lives hang in the balance.

  50. When Your Commute Includes Hearing ‘You Don’t Belong in This Country’ Opinion, March 24

    For Rajpreet Heir, a ride to a friend’s birthday party turned into a disturbing incident of racist harassment.

  51. The State of Your Block, 2017 N.Y. / Region, March 24

    A crowdsourced portrait of New York City at its noisy, gentrified, garbage-strewn best.

  52. Semilla, Praised for Its Tasting Menu, Is Closing Food, March 24

    Saturday will be the final evening for the small chef’s counter in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

  53. This Week in Hate: A Sikh Woman’s Subway Ride Video, March 24

    Rajpreet Heir was on the L train, on her way to a friend’s birthday party in Manhattan, when a man started harassing her. As part of The Times’ series This Week in Hate, she recounts her story at the site of the incident in this 360 video.

  54. Cornell Law to Start Program on Roosevelt Island Business Day, March 24

    Law students will be able to study issues like privacy and cybersecurity at the new New York campus.

  55. Home Inspectors on Their Weirdest Discoveries Real Estate, March 24

    When a home is sold, buyers bring in inspectors who sometimes get a window into the life of the previous owner.

  56. Adulting, but With Your College Crowd Real Estate, March 24

    Living with college friends can offer a built-in social network.

  57. The State of Your Block, 2017 N.Y. / Region, March 24

    A crowdsourced portrait of New York City at its noisy, gentrified, garbage-strewn best.

  58. Timothy Caughman, the Other Terror Victim Opinion, March 24

    Homegrown hatred killed a proud American.

  59. Five Leaders on New York’s Five Boroughs N.Y. / Region, March 23

    The borough presidents in Brooklyn, the Bronx, Manhattan, Staten Island and Queens talk about the present and the future of their parts of the city.

  60. Plan for New Pier Along Manhattan Is Jeopardized by New Ruling N.Y. / Region, March 23

    A judge said Army Corps of Engineers failed to consider wildlife sanctuary protection when it issued the construction permit for Diller Island.

  61. Credibility of Key Witness Questioned in Gambler’s Insider Trading Case Business Day, March 23

    The lawyer for William T. Walters, a sports gambler accused of insider trading, said Thomas C. Davis lied about providing information to Mr. Walters.

  62. Another Murderer Crazed by Color, This Time Met by Silence N.Y. / Region, March 23

    The usual suspects on matters of terrorism have not been rushing to condemn James Harris Jackson, who came to New York with the single intention of killing black men.

  63. My First Panic Attack N.Y. / Region, March 23

    A recent arrival to New York passes out on a bus and is helped by a couple who was just arguing.

  64. The Mayor Will Now Take Your Questions. Wait, Where’d He Go? N.Y. / Region, March 23

    Irked that reporters were not asking questions about his chosen topic, Mayor Bill de Blasio walked out of his own news conference.

  65. Capturing Postwar New York Slideshow, March 23

    After bringing home images of devastation from Europe, Magnum photographers found a city bursting with new life.

  66. Hey, Bo. Nice to Meet You, Rocky. Welcome to the Mayor’s Race. N.Y. / Region, March 23

    The mayoral race is increasingly focused on Bill de Blasio and Paul Massey, but over a dozen other New Yorkers — and one San Diegan — have set their sights on City Hall.

  67. In the Bronx, Heroin Woes Never Went Away N.Y. / Region, March 23

    The opioid crisis is often seen as a scourge of white rural areas and the Rust Belt, but among blacks and Latinos in the Bronx it has been a constant presence.

  68. Peter Kwong, Authority on Chinese Immigration, Dies at 75 N.Y. / Region, March 23

    Professor Kwong was a scholar, journalist, documentary filmmaker and author, charting the history of Chinese newcomers in the United States.

  69. Preserving Art and Culture Slideshow, March 23

    Galas were held for the Frick Collection, Tibet House US and Diffa.

  70. New York Today: Spring Cleaning N.Y. / Region, March 23

    Thursday: Sprucing up the city, revisiting a mob figure, and breaking ground on the subway.

  71. Army Veteran Is Charged With Murder as a Hate Crime in Fatal Stabbing N.Y. / Region, March 23

    The suspect traveled to New York to attack black men and receive maximum media exposure, prosecutor says.

  72. A Man Who Hated Black Men Found a Victim Who Cared for Others N.Y. / Region, March 23

    James Harris Jackson, a white Army veteran from Baltimore, fatally stabbed Timothy Caughman after traveling to New York specifically to kill a black man.

  73. Manhattan Sunday: Photographs by Richard Renaldi Slideshow, March 23

    Richard Renaldi documented patrons of New York City’s nightclubs between midnight and 10 on Sunday mornings, often on their way back home.

  74. A Secret Little Glass Home in the Heart of New York T Magazine, March 23

    Deceptively unassuming, the architect Philip Johnson’s Rockefeller Guest House is an unspoiled minimalist gem.

  75. For a Half-Century, She Has Led the Blind With Chutzpah (and Often, No Cane) N.Y. / Region, March 23

    Rosemary Romano, an instructor at Helen Keller Services for the Blind in Downtown Brooklyn, has been teaching the visually impaired by example.

  76. In Harlem, a Home Without Wheels Real Estate, March 23

    Two self-employed artists and their dog left Durham, N.C., hoping to find a home in New York City.

  77. To the City, a Pollution Fighter. To Some Residents, an Eyesore N.Y. / Region, March 23

    New York has added 3,000 bioswales, or rain gardens, to absorb storm water and ease pressure on an aging sewer system. But not everyone is pleased.

  78. Acquitted in Lufthansa Heist, 82-Year-Old Is Charged in Car Fire N.Y. / Region, March 22

    Vincent Asaro, a reputed mob figure, was charged with arson and arson conspiracy after setting fire to a car after a recent road rage incident in Queens.

  79. Looks Are Not Always Deceiving N.Y. / Region, March 22

    No wonder the saxophone player didn’t look like an octogenarian.

  80. Suspect in Manhattan Killing Hated Black Men, Police Say N.Y. / Region, March 22

    James Harris Jackson, 28, an Army veteran from Baltimore claimed responsibility for using a sword to fatally stab a black man, the police say.

  81. Records Leak in Eric Garner Case Renews Debate on Police Discipline N.Y. / Region, March 22

    After revelations about the disciplinary history of Officer Daniel Pantaleo, attention has shifted to broader questions about the response to police misconduct.

  82. Greta Garbo’s East Side Co-op Goes on the Market Real Estate, March 22

    The seven-room residence where the elusive actress liked to be left alone is for sale.

  83. Greta Garbo’s East Side Refuge Is for Sale Slideshow, March 22

    The unit, at 450 East 52nd Street, is being sold by her heirs.

  84. Honey-Laced Drinks at Stinger in Times Square Fashion & Style, March 22

    The upscale cocktail lounge was opened by Todd English.

  85. Adam Leonti Will Become Chef at Sessanta Instead of Harvey Food, March 22

    Tired of waiting for Harvey to open in the Williamsburg Hotel, the former Vetri chef will join John McDonald’s restaurant in SoHo.

  86. Not Everyone in the Bronx Hates the Sheridan Expressway N.Y. / Region, March 22

    Some residents say the $1.8 billion it would cost to turn the highway into a greener boulevard should be spent on more pressing needs.

  87. New York Today: Russian Spies in Our Midst N.Y. / Region, March 22

    Wednesday: A brief history of Russian spies in New York, Preet Bharara joins N.Y.U., and swipe-sharing.

  88. Some Would Steal an Apple Opinion, March 22

    A reader recalls a burglary in her Upper West Side apartment.

  89. The Truth About New York City’s Elite High Schools Opinion, March 22

    Bad policy and a false narrative of inferiority are keeping black and Latino students out of some of the city’s best schools.

  90. Lenox Hill: A Neighborhood of Amenities Real Estate, March 22

    The new subway line adds one more perk to an area filled with them.

  91. Living in Lenox Hill Slideshow, March 22

    A new subway line adds one more perk to the Lenox Hill neighborhood on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.

  92. Where Halls of Ivy Meet Silicon Dreams, a New City Rises N.Y. / Region, March 22

    Focusing mainly on advanced technology and the sciences, three of the city’s biggest academic building projects in years will soon open for business.

  93. Standard Morning Fare, on the Go N.Y. / Region, March 21

    Enjoying breakfast in the back of a cab bound for La Guardia.

  94. Why Jimmy Breslin Matters: Fresh Truths, Bluntly Told N.Y. / Region, March 21

    From the long arc of his public work and life, the New York City columnist often stepped away from the crowd and told stories of people who were ignored.

  95. Freed From Custody, Then Accused of Murder: Is Bail System at Fault? N.Y. / Region, March 21

    The case of Jose Gonzalez, who is charged in the death of an emergency medical technician, shows the limitations judges have in setting bail.

  96. Alex Stupak Unveils His Empellón Flagship in Midtown Manhattan Food, March 21

    A move by James Kent, Masa Takayama’s non-sushi project moves forward, and other restaurant news.

  97. New York Today: Is My Broker Legit? N.Y. / Region, March 21

    Tuesday: Tips for working with a rental broker, news literacy in schools, and Jimmy Breslin and the sandhogs.

  98. When the French Chef Becomes the Pitmaster’s Pupil Food, March 21

    The new executive chef at Benoit in New York, Laetitia Rouabah, is teaming up with Hometown Bar-B-Que’s pitmaster, Billy Durney.

  99. Five Inexpensive Sushi Restaurants in New York Interactive, March 21

    Five restaurants that do sushi well for under $100.

  100. Testing the Limits of Trust, and Sushi, at Sugarfish Food, March 21

    The New York branch of a Los Angeles chain has plenty of efficiency and customers, but the fish options can be limited.

  101. Sugarfish by Sushi Nozawa Slideshow, March 21

    An outpost from a popular sushi chain in Los Angeles sets up shop in the Flatiron district.

  102. Why Robert Moses Keeps Rising From an Unquiet Grave N.Y. / Region, March 21

    In moving to replace a highway, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo invoked the legacy of the master builder of New York.

  103. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Real Estate, March 21

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.

  104. Double Feature at Brooklyn’s Kent Theater: Cheap Seats and Fresh Popcorn N.Y. / Region, March 21

    The Kent Theater in the Midwood neighborhood, which the filmmaker Woody Allen went to as a child, shows first releases at prices below what big chain theaters charge.

  105. More Campaign Money Hasn’t Stopped Political Stumbles for Paul Massey N.Y. / Region, March 21

    The first-time candidate and Republican challenger to Mayor Bill de Blasio has a robust and well-paid staff, but he’s continued to stumble in public appearances.

  106. Where It’s Made: The Times Newspaper Video, March 21

    The New York Times prints between 300,000 to 800,000 newspapers daily at its main facility in Queens. Take a 360° tour as the paper comes together.

  107. Can’t Wait for ‘Wonder Woman’ Metro, March 20

    An unexpected reason to stick around for the summer....

  108. Can’t Wait for ‘Wonder Woman’ N.Y. / Region, March 20

    An unexpected reason to stick around for the summer.

  109. In an Era of Fake News, Teaching Students to Parse Fact From Fiction N.Y. / Region, March 20

    Even before the 2016 presidential campaign put fake news front and center, a Brooklyn middle school saw a need for news literacy.

  110. Bruce Springsteen and Tom Hanks Join the Tribeca Film Festival Lineup Movies, March 20

    The men, who are longtime friends, will speak at the Beacon Theater as part of the Tribeca Talks series.

  111. Dan Barry: Way Back With Jimmy Breslin Times Insider, March 20

    Times columnist Dan Barry‘s 2009 tribute to Jimmy Breslin, who died over the weekend.

  112. New York Today: A Costlier Commute N.Y. / Region, March 20

    Monday: A rise in fares, the first day of spring, and steps to protect yourself online.

  113. A ‘Triumphant Return’ for 17th-Century Tapestries N.Y. / Region, March 20

    Ten works commissioned by Cardinal Francesco Barberini in 1643 and depicting scenes from the life of Christ are hanging again in a Manhattan church.

  114. That’s Not the Burglar Growling. It’s His Stomach. N.Y. / Region, March 20

    It’s a peculiar but not uncommon occurrence: criminals who pause for a snack, or even a full meal, in the middle of a burglary.

  115. A ‘Dying Breed’ Taking More Than Its Loud, Local Voice With It Business Day, March 19

    The columnist Jimmy Breslin’s death pushes a worrisome trend into view: As news organizations chase broader readership, they risk losing a local focus.

  116. A Contest to Design New York City’s Next ‘I Voted’ Sticker N.Y. / Region, March 19

    The city’s Campaign Finance Board is holding a competition to design a new sticker to be handed out during the Nov. 7 elections, when voters will cast ballots for mayor.

  117. Behind Unmarked Doors N.Y. / Region, March 19

    Tallying up dates spent at modern-day speakeasies.

  118. CUNY to Revamp Remedial Programs, Hoping to Lift Graduation Rates N.Y. / Region, March 19

    Administrators are trying to make necessary catch-up classes at community colleges less of a stumbling block toward earning a degree.

  119. Cuomo Plots Demise of Bronx’s Unloved Sheridan Expressway N.Y. / Region, March 19

    Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo endorsed a $700 million plan to tear down the highway built by Robert Moses and replace it with a tree-lined boulevard that could stitch the community back together.

  120. Once a Musician’s Haven, the Bronx Is Pricing Out Its Sidemen N.Y. / Region, March 19

    While some are pushing to create affordable housing for aging musicians, rising rents and shifts in the music business have left few options for many artists.

  121. Jimmy Breslin, Legendary New York City Newspaper Columnist, Dies at 88 Business Day, March 19

    With prose that was savagely funny, deceptively simple and poorly imitated, Mr. Breslin created his own distinct rhythm in the hurly-burly music of newspapers.

  122. As Uber Woos More Drivers, Taxis Hit Back N.Y. / Region, March 18

    Rival centers serving drivers underscore a fierce competition as ride-hailing apps have expanded in New York.

  123. Hugh Hardy, Architect Who Lent Pizazz to New York Landmarks, Dies at 84 N.Y. / Region, March 18

    With showmanship and affection for the past, Mr. Hardy breathed new life into storied theaters like Radio City Music Hall.

  124. What to Cook, Watch, Listen To and More This Weekend NYT Now, March 17

    Tips for making the most of your weekend.

  125. Norbert W. Sander Jr., Champion of New York Running, Dies at 74 Sports, March 17

    After Dr. Sander won the New York City Marathon in 1974, he helped turn the Fort Washington Armory into a track-and-field mecca.

  126. Questioning Whether de Blasio Will Learn From a Teachable Moment N.Y. / Region, March 17

    The mayor says the decision by prosecutors not to charge him means he can continue his fund-raising practices as before. Some onlookers in and outside of government aren’t so sure.

  127. An Early Bird Gets Caught in the Snowstorm N.Y. / Region, March 17

    American woodcocks were migrating north when the blizzard hit and many ended up injured in New York.

  128. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, March 17

    This week’s properties are on the Upper East Side, in the East Village and in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

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

    This week’s properties are on the Upper East Side, in the East Village and in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

  130. New York Today: Defining St. Patrick’s Day N.Y. / Region, March 17

    Friday: The story of our city’s Irish immigrants, weekend events, and the Little Ireland that was.

  131. Behind Lucky Peach’s Closing, Colliding Visions Food, March 17

    The irreverent magazine, which linked food and journalism in a fresh way, foundered in part on differences among its partners.

  132. Hudson Yards, Meet Your New Neighbor, Manhattan West Real Estate, March 17

    Another mega-complex takes shape on the Far West Side, with the area’s first major apartment tower.

  133. Frederic Nathan, New York City Legal Officer, Dies at 94 N.Y. / Region, March 17

    A city lawyer who was in charge of enforcing the Public Employees Fair Employment Act, which prohibited strikes by state and municipal workers.

  134. 10 Things to Do in NYC Now Arts, March 17

    It’s a big city, with plenty to do, see, hear and watch. Here’s a sampling of cultural highlights this weekend and over the week ahead.

  135. Suburban? Just Don’t Call Her a ‘Jersey Girl’ Real Estate, March 17

    Moving to the suburbs was never high on this writer’s list of priorities, but having escaped the city for Montclair, N.J., she doesn’t look back.

  136. 350 Square Feet, Two Kids, Two Cats and a Rabbit Real Estate, March 17

    Living in such a small space means eschewing bulky items and having only things you really need.

  137. How Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee, Cancer Expert, Spends His Sundays N.Y. / Region, March 17

    Dr. Mukherjee, who lives in Manhattan, gardens, cooks, visits museums and frequents bookstores with his family.

  138. When the Irish Invaded Canada Opinion, March 17

    The gall. Yet at this very moment, some 50,000 undocumented Irish are living in our country!

  139. De Blasio Proves That Some Laws Are Made to Be Unbreakable N.Y. / Region, March 16

    Prosecutors said the mayor and his aides had not violated election laws by funneling money to candidates. That may be the real crime.

  140. From Chorus to Lead in ‘Miss Saigon’ Video, March 17

    When "Miss Saigon" first looked to Broadway in 1990, controversy erupted over the fact that a white man was portraying a lead role. Jon Jon Briones, who is Asian, was in the chorus then. Today, he is one of the show's stars.

  141. Becoming the Engineer Video, March 17

    When "Miss Saigon" first looked to Broadway in 1990, controversy erupted over the fact that a white man was portraying a lead role. Jon Jon Briones, who is Asian, was in the chorus then. Today, he is one of the show's stars.

  142. Brooklyn NYPD Bribery Scheme Said to Be Even More Widespread N.Y. / Region, March 16

    During the sentencing of Alex Lichtenstein, who bribed officers to get dozens of handgun permits, prosecutors disclosed that other officers had accepted cash and gifts from him.

  143. Rough Night at the Circus Metro, March 16

    The impending demise of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey conjures memories of a toy flashlight, Mercurochrome and the old Madison Square Garden....

  144. New York City E.M.T. Is Killed in Ambulance Theft in the Bronx N.Y. / Region, March 16

    A second emergency medical worker was hurt and the police said a 25-year-old man was in custody.

  145. Rough Night at the Circus N.Y. / Region, March 16

    The impending demise of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey conjures memories of a toy flashlight, Mercurochrome and the old Madison Square Garden.

  146. Park Honoring Franklin Roosevelt Excludes Disabled People, Suit Says N.Y. / Region, March 16

    A group of three defendants, who all use wheelchairs, said the Four Freedoms Park violates the Americans With Disabilities Act.

  147. Now Cleared, de Blasio Gets Out of His Own Way in Mayor’s Race N.Y. / Region, March 16

    The investigations into Mr. de Blasio’s campaign fund-raising had dogged his re-election bid and might have contributed to his low fund-raising results so far.

  148. Making a Pro Debut at Boxing’s Mecca, 126 Pounds of Irish Moxie N.Y. / Region, March 16

    Michael Conlan, a featherweight from Belfast who has never fought a professional bout, will headline the main boxing event at Madison Square Garden on Friday.

  149. Capturing New York City, as It Awakens N.Y. / Region, March 16

    The photographer Sasha Arutyunova took photographs of New York City during its daybreak hours, before it applied its makeup or donned its power suit.

  150. Rise and Shine Slideshow, March 16

    Sasha Arutyunova documented New York City during the early morning hours in the fall of 2014.