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  1. Homes for Sale in Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx Real Estate, Today

    This week’s properties are in Gramercy Park, Brooklyn Heights and Spuyten Duyvil.

  2. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, Today

    This week’s properties are in Gramercy Park, Brooklyn Heights and Spuyten Duyvil.

  3. I Went Blind. I Still Owned Manhattan. New York, Today

    After a lifetime of poor vision, a woman learned to navigate the blur of New York City by memory and mental tricks. Then things got worse. And then, miraculously, better.

  4. We Need More Government Whistle-Blowers Opinion, Today

    New York City requires its employees to report corruption. It has worked.

  5. Why Ocasio-Cortez Is Endorsing Sanders New York, Today

    Thursday: She was a relatively unknown organizer on his 2016 campaign. This weekend, she'll star at his campaign rally in Queens.

  6. 1,713 Mammoth Boilers, and Winter Weeks Away New York, Today

    Families shivered last year as NYCHA experienced repeated heat outages. Now workers are scrambling to keep residents warm.

  7. What Does It Cost to Open a Coffee Shop? Business, Today

    Get ready to buy eight cases of $12-per-gallon oat milk per week.

  8. This Comedian Is Dead Serious About Staten Island Beer New York, Today

    Brian Quinn is reviving the borough’s most iconic brand. There are two other breweries on the North Shore, and beer fans are starting to notice.

  9. A Couple Trades Up in the Financial District. Which Apartment Did They Choose? Interactive, Today

    When their Crown Heights purchase fell through, Alex Wong and Michael Thomas thought they might find better space in lower Manhattan. Here’s what happened next.

  10. The Jean-Georges Recipe for Restaurants Magazine, Today

    In the era of the auteur chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten has figured out how to create high-end restaurants by the dozen. How — and why — does he do it?

  11. Rikers Would Close in Historic Plan to Remake N.Y. Jail System New York, Yesterday

    The City Council is expected to approve an $8 billion plan on Thursday to close the complex by 2026 and build four new jails that could become a national model.

  12. Socialism and the Young Voter Opinion, Yesterday

    A college student says the doctrine has its appeal, but many more students don’t care for any politics. Also: A jail plan for New York City.

  13. After 35 Years at Playwrights Horizons, He’s Ready to Seek New Ones Theater, Yesterday

    Tim Sanford, the longtime artistic director at the prestigious Off Broadway theater, will turn over the reins to his deputy, Adam Greenfield.

  14. Cat Marnell Is Back From the Brink Books, Yesterday

    In her new audiobook “Self-Tanner for the Soul,” the quasi-reformed party girl tells listeners that you can, in fact, run away from your problems.

  15. A Body in a Manhole, and Other Grisly Finds New York, Yesterday

    Wednesday: In New York, sometimes the deceased are found on the street, below the street or floating in the water.

  16. Yorkville, Manhattan: Still Relatively Quiet, but Easier to Get Around Real Estate, Yesterday

    Nearly three years after the Second Avenue subway opened, the neighborhood has grown in appeal. Residents say it was worth the wait.

  17. Living In ... Yorkville, Manhattan Slideshow, Yesterday

    Nearly three years after the Second Avenue subway opened, the neighborhood has grown in appeal. Residents say it was worth the wait.

  18. How Amazon Has Transformed the Hasidic Economy New York, Yesterday

    Amazon has become a lucrative place to do business for many Hasidic Jews, offering anonymity to a largely insular community and allowing women to work from home.

  19. Just Out of Prison, Brooklyn Gunman Is Killed by Officers, Police Say New York, Yesterday

    The man was on parole after serving a five-year sentence for robbery, and was firing at another man when officers encountered him in Brooklyn, the police said.

  20. New Yorkers Have a Chance to Remake How They Vote Opinion, October 15

    Ranked-choice voting is on the ballot in this fall’s election.

  21. Cuba Gooding Jr. Is Accused of Unwanted Sexual Touching by 14 Women Arts, October 15

    The actor is facing charges of touching one woman’s breast and another’s buttocks, and prosecutors said 12 others have come forward with allegations.

  22. Show Notes Slideshow, October 15

    Student protests, now and then.

  23. Babs, a European Grill Where Sparks Fly Food, October 15

    At Babs in Greenwich Village, the menu rubs Spanish, French, Mexican and other cuisines together to see what happens.

  24. An Eclectic Cafe on Macdougal Street Slideshow, October 15

    Babs, which opened over the summer, brings together ideas from the Basque Country, Mexico and elsewhere.

  25. Body Found Under N.Y.C. Manhole Cover, Baffling Police New York, October 15

    How did a dead man end up under a metal plate that can weigh as much as 300 pounds?

  26. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Real Estate, October 15

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  27. A Caribbean Mystery Catches Trump’s Eye New York, October 15

  28. Kristin Chenoweth’s Private Stage Real Estate, October 15

    The Broadway and TV star’s decorating style? Art Deco meets Hollywood Regency, with a bit of the 1960s thrown in.

  29. Where the Bookshelves Are Filled With Shoes Slideshow, October 15

    The Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth’s decorating style is Art Deco meets Hollywood Regency, with a bit of the 1960s (and a lot of shoes) thrown in.

  30. Kickstarter Calls Itself Progressive. But About That Union. New York, October 15

    A contentious organizing drive at the Brooklyn tech company has drawn in high-profile figures like the actor David Cross, the author Neil Gaiman and the cartoonist Matt Bors.

  31. Kee’s Chocolates Opens a Shop on the Upper West Side Food, October 14

    After shuttering its garment district shop, the chocolate company has a sliver of a storefront uptown.

  32. The Wild World of Natural Wine Food, October 14

    The Wild World Fermentation Festival lands in Brooklyn with wines, ciders and beer from more than 50 producers.

  33. Indigenous Peoples’ Day: The Unofficial, Columbus-Free Celebration New York, October 14

    No governor. No mayor. But plenty of activism, food, dancing and fun in New York City.

  34. How Did Rudy Giuliani Get Here? U.S., October 14

    A special episode of “The Weekly” shows how Rudy Giuliani’s wild, decades-long career brought him to this moment.

  35. An Artist’s Personal Museum in Brooklyn T Magazine, October 14

    Nayland Blake’s one-bedroom apartment is filled from floor to ceiling with personal treasures and works by their community of queer artists.

  36. Columbus Day: Racism Charge in Debate Over Monuments New York, October 14

    Actor Chazz Palminteri apologized for calling the mayor's wife a racist. Then he asked again for a statue honoring Mother Cabrini.

  37. Vashti Harrison Lets the Light In Books, October 14

    The best-selling author and illustrator shows us around her Brooklyn studio.

  38. The Bar That Has Fed SoHo for Almost a Century T Magazine, October 14

    Fanelli’s, on the corner of Mercer and Prince Streets, is a bastion of old New York beloved by artists and tourists alike.

  39. A Rent-Stabilized Apartment on Central Park? Of Course He’s Staying Real Estate, October 14

    Ian Jarvis was told that his building was going condo and that he would have to move. Happily, that wasn’t the end of the story.

  40. Brooklyn Shooting: Poker Player Opened Fire and Was Killed by Bouncer New York, October 13

    The 37-year-old man was among the four people killed at an unlicensed social club in Brooklyn, a police official said on Sunday.

  41. 111-Year-Old ‘Sturgeon King’ Barney Greengrass Is Closed by Health Department New York, October 13

    The shop and restaurant were ordered to clean up violations, including mouse droppings and roaches. The owner hopes to reopen soon.

  42. WeWork Planned a Residential Utopia. It Hasn’t Turned Out That Way. New York, October 13

    Adam Neumann, the company’s ousted founder, once said there would be WeLive apartments around the globe. But now, it has only two sites and has been under investigation.

  43. Homes That Sold for Around $1 Million Real Estate, October 13

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  44. Cars Were Banned on 14th Street. The Apocalypse Did Not Come. New York, October 13

    Despite the lawsuits and predictions of gridlock, restricting a single Manhattan street to buses has been a success. Why stop there?

  45. ‘As He Walked Toward Me, I Knew Instinctively That I Was in Trouble’ New York, October 13

    Recalling a thwarted childhood prank, help moving a car and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

  46. 5 Rappers Dropped From New York Music Festival at Police Request Arts, October 12

    The performers were removed from this weekend’s Rolling Loud festival at Citi Field after the N.Y.P.D. said they had “been affiliated with recent acts of violence citywide.”

  47. Brooklyn Shooting: 4 Killed at Crown Heights Social Club New York, October 12

    The motive was not clear, but illegal dice and card games were occurring at the club when the shooting started, the police said.

  48. Judge Obstructed Justice in $10 Million Corruption Case, U.S. Says New York, October 11

    The Brooklyn judge was accused of destroying text messages and emails during a fraud inquiry at a major credit union.

  49. Trump Taxes: Justice Dept. Asks Judges to Block Subpoena New York, October 11

    But the department did not agree with President Trump’s lawyers that a sitting president is immune from criminal investigation.

  50. A New Owner, and Layoffs, for amNewYork Business, October 11

    The newsroom at the tabloid intended for subway reading loses more than half its employees as Schneps Media, a New York publisher, takes over.

  51. Garbage Fires for Freedom: When Puerto Rican Activists Took Over New York’s Streets New York, October 11

    Fifty years ago, the Young Lords evolved from a street gang to a political force.

  52. ‘Junior’ Guzman Killing: 5 Trinitarios Sentenced to Life in Hacking of Teen New York, October 11

    Captured on video, the grisly killing of the 15-year-old boy last year outside a Bronx bodega in a case of mistaken identity shocked the city.

  53. ‘Junior’ Guzman Killing: 5 Trinitarios to Be Sentenced in Hacking Death of Teen New York, October 11

    Captured on video, the grisly killing of the 15-year-old boy last year outside a Bronx bodega in a case of mistaken identity shocked the city.

  54. Witches Are Having Their Hour Style, October 11

    Pam Grossman, author and host of the popular “The Witch Wave” podcast, said witches are having a resurgence among feminists who want authority over their lives.

  55. John Richardson’s Flatiron Co-op on the Market for $7.2 Million Real Estate, October 11

    The art historian and celebrated Picasso biographer died earlier this year. His extensive art collection is also slated to be sold.

  56. How Did Rudy Giuliani Get Here? The Weekly, October 11

    We present a special episode of “The Weekly” to show you how Rudy Giuliani’s wild, decades-long career brought him to this moment.

  57. Who’s Afraid of a Transit Desert? Real Estate, October 11

    Developers are moving farther away from train and rail stations in New York in search of bargains and untapped markets.

  58. How Linda Goode Bryant, Social Activist, Spends Her Sundays New York, October 11

    She’s run a gallery, made documentary films and operates a nonprofit. Now add urban gardener to the list.

  59. Relaxing, Weird, Beautiful: Riding the Bus on the New 14th Street New York, October 11

    All but banning cars on one of Manhattan’s busiest streets makes for a magical journey for buses. On another critical artery, they still crawl.

  60. James Murdoch Buys a Stake in Vice Media Business, October 10

    Rupert Murdoch’s son is focusing his investments on media businesses that bear little resemblance to those in his father’s empire.

  61. An Artist Who Works to Lana Del Rey and the Hum of Cable News T Magazine, October 10

    Jacolby Satterwhite, known for his virtual-reality installations and 3-D-printed sculptures, discusses a pair of new shows — and his daily routine.

  62. 7 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, October 10

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

  63. 8 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, October 10

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

  64. 12 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, October 10

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

  65. 4 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Movies, October 10

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  66. 9 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, October 10

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

  67. 5 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, October 10

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

  68. 13 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Theater, October 10

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  69. 18 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, October 10

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

  70. Better Priorities for Bill de Blasio Opinion, October 10

    The Partnership for New York City says the mayor should not adopt a model of profligate spending. Also: Ukraine’s president in a fix; domestic terror; bias in an H.I.V. drug.

  71. Rudy Giuliani Hasn’t Really Changed Opinion, October 10

    A reader takes issue with an Op-Ed article by a former press secretary to Mr. Giuliani in his 1993 mayoral campaign.

  72. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx Real Estate, October 10

    This week’s properties are in University Heights, on Sutton Place South, and in Prospect Heights.

  73. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, October 10

    This week’s properties are in Sutton Place, Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, and University Heights in the Bronx.

  74. Should the City Keep Its Gifted and Talented Schools? New York, October 10

    Thursday: A grueling admission process has filled the most elite programs with white and Asian students.

  75. Their Friends Come for Dinner — and Remake Their Home T Magazine, October 10

    In their New York apartment, Laila Gohar and Omar Sosa have created an urban oasis filled with art and design pieces created by their cherished guests.

  76. MoMA Reboots With ‘Modernism Plus’ Arts, October 10

    If they moved Monet, don’t despair. There are stimulating ideas and unexpected talents at every turn, from Africa, Asia, South America, and African America. (And plenty of works by women.)

  77. Cuba Gooding Jr. Facing New Charge as Groping Trial Is Delayed Arts, October 10

    Prosecutors said the actor, who had been set to face a Manhattan jury, has been accused in a second incident, but they provided no details.

  78. A Floating Jail Was Supposed to Be Temporary. That Was 27 Years Ago. New York, October 10

    The jail barge opened when New York City’s inmate population was surging. But with jails emptying, pressure is growing to close it.

  79. This Top Gifted and Talented School Is Integrated. Is It the Future? New York, October 10

    With New York sharply divided over gifted education, some parents point to a school in Harlem as proof that selective schools can be integrated.

  80. Californians Seek Adequate Space in TriBeCa. Which Did They Choose? Interactive, October 10

    With their children out of the house and a new job on the East Coast, two transplants come to grips with New York City floor plans. Here’s where they wound up.

  81. As White House Counsel, Pat Cipollone Builds Case for Defiance on Impeachment U.S., October 9

    He is pressing a no-cooperation approach that has substantial political risks and potentially far-reaching constitutional ramifications.

  82. Four Deaths, Four Mysteries: Why Were They on the Street? New York, October 9

    Police and social workers have struggled to identify one of the four men bludgeoned to death in Chinatown on Saturday.

  83. The Advanced Style of Orchard Street’s Old-School Men’s Shops Style, October 9

    Our columnist discovers the ways in which these timeless stores can also be of-the-moment.

  84. Jill Freedman, Photographer Who Lingered in the Margins, Dies at 79 Arts, October 9

    She immersed herself in the rougher precincts of American life for months at a time, portraying their denizens as noble but not necessarily heroic.

  85. In N.Y., a Generous Heap of Trouble for Trump and Friends New York, October 9

    Wednesday: As he girds for an impeachment fight in Washington, the resignation of an early supporter and shifting re-election prospects are among the president's headaches back home.

  86. They Took Different Paths. They Died Together in the Bronx. New York, October 9

    The lives of two young men — one an eager police officer, the other a troubled father with a gun — collided after midnight. Each has a story.

  87. MoMA Keeps Getting Bigger. Is That Better? Arts, October 9

    In a $450 million expansion, the museum added 47,000 square feet of gallery space, a spiffy new canopy and a restaurant. “It’s smart, surgical, sprawling and slightly soulless,” our critic writes.

  88. With a $450 Million Expansion, MoMA Is Bigger. Is That Better? Arts, October 9

    The museum added 47,000 square feet of gallery space, a spiffy new canopy and a restaurant. “It’s smart, surgical, sprawling and slightly soulless,” our critic writes.

  89. Alec Baldwin Gripes About Tour Boat ‘Scam,’ and N.Y.C. Cracks Down New York, October 8

    Mr. Baldwin complained that he had been victimized by a company that offered tickets to see the Statue of Liberty.

  90. Punches, Rages: Before Chinatown Killings, Suspect Grew Ever More Violent New York, October 8

    Randy Santos is accused of going on a murderous rampage, killing four homeless men, after years of erratic behavior.

  91. Bronx Teenager’s Death Is the Youngest Vaping Fatality in U.S. New York, October 8

    The 17-year-old who died last week is the youngest of 23 people to die nationwide of a vaping-related lung illness.

  92. Tiny Love Stories: ‘I’m Glad I Never Listened to Him’ Style, October 8

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

  93. Dean & DeLuca Closes Its Flagship Store, at Least for Now Food, October 8

    Signs at the SoHo location, which opened in 1977, say the closing is only temporary, but the company is mum.

  94. A Meaty American Menu on the Upper West Side Food, October 8

    A branch of a San Francisco Champagne bar, an appetizing shop from Black Seed Bagels, and more restaurant news.

  95. Running to the Wedding. Any Wedding. Fashion, October 8

    Wearing custom tuxedo shirts and sneakers, the Wedding Hashers race to join the wedding photo shoots.

  96. City Parks Piggyback on Infrastructure Business, October 8

    With land scarce, green space is being built into needs like transit hubs and power stations. But the projects come with challenges.

  97. Chinatown: Neighbors Recall ‘Uncle Kwok,’ Who Died in Rampage New York, October 8

    Tuesday: After a bloody attack on homeless men, Chinatown residents gathered to remember one of the victims.

  98. Miss Subways Is Back. This Year, a New Wave Rocker Takes the Crown. New York, October 8

    The storied “beauty” pageant, revived two years ago, now rewards those who most creatively vent their frustration at public transit.

  99. Climate Change Protests: With Fake Blood, Extinction Rebellion Hits N.Y. New York, October 7

    The provocative climate group is trying to disrupt the city, hoping for the success it has had in London and elsewhere in Europe.

  100. Mourning Humble ‘Uncle Kwok,’ 83, Killed in Chinatown Rampage New York, October 7

    He was among four homeless men beaten to death on Saturday. “Our friend and brother,” read a note left at a memorial.

  101. Ruling on Trump’s Tax Returns: 5 Takeaways New York, October 7

    A judge ordered President Trump to turn over eight years of tax returns, but the case raises constitutional issues that could end up in the Supreme Court.

  102. Randy Santos: What We Know About the Suspect in the N.Y.C. Homeless Killings New York, October 7

    Randy Rodriguez Santos, 24, had a history of violence and strange behavior before he was charged with murder on Sunday.

  103. New York City: Are We an Empire in Decline? Opinion, October 7

    The city was built on big ideas, but lately the vision seems smaller.

  104. New York City: Are We an Empire in Decline? Video, October 7

    The city was built on big ideas, but lately the vision seems smaller.

  105. Trump Taxes: President Ordered to Turn Over Returns to Manhattan D.A. New York, October 7

    A judge rejected the president’s argument that he was immune from criminal investigations.

  106. How New York’s Taxi Titans Roiled Cities Hundreds of Miles Away New York, October 7

    Monday: New Yorkers seized control of several markets, driving up the price of medallions and leaving the industry in tatters.

  107. The Chefs Reinventing the Midwestern Supper Club T Magazine, October 7

    Once a mainstay of midcentury dining, the convivial establishments have reappeared, even as the meaning of “all-American” has become more complicated.

  108. M.T.A. Pledges $5 Billion for Subway Elevators. Guess How Many. New York, October 7

    Disabled and older riders say they are long overdue. Transit advocates question the price tag.

  109. New York City Wants to Put a Climate Change ‘Laboratory’ on Governors Island Climate, October 6

    The island, which has an unusual history and considerable real estate potential, could host a complex devoted to climate policy under the plan, which is in its early stages.

  110. New York Democrats Balance Impeachment Issue With Local Concerns U.S., October 6

    In three distinct enclaves of New York, lawmakers found that voters were curious about impeachment, but far more preoccupied with regional issues.

  111. Bill de Blasio Needs to Get to Work Opinion, October 6

    It isn’t too late for the mayor to deliver for New York City.

  112. Murderous Rampage Reveals Perils for the City’s Street Homeless New York, October 6

    The brutal killing of four men occurred in a Manhattan neighborhood where the street homeless problem has long persisted.

  113. Homes That Sold for Around $1.5 Million Real Estate, October 6

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  114. ‘I Sat and Sketched Matisse’s Sculpture of a Woman Named Jeannette’ New York, October 6

    Skipping school to go to Manhattan, help with untied laces and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

  115. 4 Homeless Men Killed in Chinatown, Police Say World, October 5

    A fifth victim was in the hospital in critical condition, and a 24-year-old suspect was in custody.

  116. In Chinatown, Rampage Against Sleeping Homeless Men Leaves 4 Dead New York, October 5

    A fifth victim was in critical condition in the Manhattan attack, and a 24-year-old suspect was in custody.

  117. New Yorkers Will Have to Wait for an East River Pool Style, October 5

    Turns out public projects are hard to complete. For now, enjoy this light sculpture.

  118. Five-Alarm Fire at Bronx Apartment Building Injures 10 New York, October 5

    Two people, including a firefighter, were seriously injured in the blaze on the Grand Concourse, which took more than three hours to bring under control.

  119. A New History Celebrates Brooklyn’s Heights, and Depths Books, October 4

    Thomas J. Campanella, a fourth-generation Brooklynite, traces the borough’s vibrant past and comments on the hipster heyday happening there now.

  120. Misty Copeland Leads the Charge at Fall for Dance Arts, October 4

    Ms. Copeland, Caleb Teicher and the Mark Morris Dance Group were highlights of the popular, eclectic festival’s first two programs.

  121. Man Kills Estranged Wife With Car and Machete in the Bronx, Police Say New York, October 4

    The police are searching for the estranged husband of Noelia Mateo, 58, who was attacked outside her Bronx home, in front of her grandchildren.

  122. Stunt Aimed at Ocasio-Cortez Over Climate Change: ‘Start Eating Babies’ New York, October 4

    The congresswoman was criticized by President Trump and other Republicans for her measured response to a woman’s suggestion to “eat the children.”

  123. N.Y.P.D. Officer’s Funeral Brings Commissioner and Comrades to Tears New York, October 4

    They came by the thousands to mourn Officer Brian Mulkeen, who was killed by “friendly fire” during an arrest in the Bronx.

  124. Sichuan Food, Bracing and Measured, in Brooklyn Food, October 4

    The chef at Birds of a Feather, in Williamsburg, is classically trained but willing to experiment beyond the mainstays.

  125. A Duplex at a Candela-Designed Building Closes for $53 Million Real Estate, October 4

    The Upper East Side took the spotlight in September with three of New York City’s largest closings — albeit at markdown prices.

  126. Whistle-Blower? A Half-Century Ago in N.Y.C., It Was Serpico New York, October 4

    Friday: The current scenario in Washington is “so parallel to my situation,” said Frank Serpico, who in the 1970s spoke up about widespread corruption in the Police Department.

  127. Was WeWork Ever Going to Work? New York, October 4

    Tech investors are often the last to see what’s so problematic about the disrupters.

  128. ‘We Were Wiped Out’: New Yorkers Preyed on Chicago Cabbies New York, October 4

    After seizing control of the market, New Yorkers used tactics that helped leave the taxi industry in tatters and hundreds of immigrant drivers on the edge of ruin.

  129. For Churches, a Temptation to Sell Real Estate, October 4

    Religious leaders ponder whether selling their buildings to developers is really the best way to protect their congregations.

  130. 12 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, October 3

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

  131. 3 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Movies, October 3

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  132. 5 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, October 3

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

  133. 20 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, October 3

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

  134. 5 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, October 3

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

  135. 13 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Theater, October 3

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  136. 8 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, October 3

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

  137. 7 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, October 3

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

  138. Tekashi69’s Testimony Leads to Guilty Verdicts for 2 Gang Members New York, October 3

    A jury convicted members of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods after the flamboyant rapper testified about their crimes.

  139. Drag Is Exploding. What Does It Cost to Look Like Royalty? Business, October 3

    An illustrated look at what two iconic New York performers spend on their acts.

  140. ‘I Have to Get That’: How Henry Chalfant Became a Graffiti Ambassador Arts, October 3

    The artist’s photographs, a major act of urban historical preservation, are on view at the Bronx Museum of the Arts.

  141. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, October 3

    This week’s properties are in Greenpoint, Hell’s Kitchen and Murray Hill.

  142. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, October 3

    This week’s properties are in Greenpoint, Hell’s Kitchen and Murray Hill.

  143. What to Know About the New 14th Street Busway New York, October 3

    Thursday: New York's plan to speed up buses on the busy street is now in effect. Here are the new rules.

  144. Cars All but Banned on One of Manhattan’s Busiest Streets New York, October 3

    Starting on Thursday, cars are no longer welcome on 14th Street, a major crosstown route for 21,000 vehicles a day.

  145. Scouring Manhattan for the Right Rental. Which Did She Choose? Interactive, October 3

    To be closer to her new job, a young renter headed south with a tight budget and a couple of requirements. Here’s where she landed.

  146. Laurene Powell Jobs and Robin Hood Fund Give $16 Million for N.Y. Schools New York, October 3

    The plan marks the first major expansion of schools since Mayor Bill de Blasio took office nearly six years ago.

  147. New York Says End of AIDS Epidemic Is Near New York, October 2

    In New York, where the first cases of AIDS were reported in 1981, fewer than 2,500 new cases were reported in 2018, the lowest in many years.

  148. Ming, the Bengal Tiger Raised in a Harlem Apartment, Has Died New York, October 2

    Ming grew up for three years in a public-housing project as his owner’s “only friend,” and became front-page news when he was discovered in 2003.

  149. James Robinson, 79, Dies; Filled an Ambulance Gap in Brooklyn New York, October 2

    Frustrated that responses to emergency calls took too long in Bedford-Stuyvesant, he started a volunteer ambulance corps, and it’s been nimble.

  150. N.Y. Weather: Record Heat in October? It’s Possible New York, October 2

    If the mercury reaches 90 today, it will tie a record last felt in 1941.