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  1. Cornell’s Climate-Conscious Urban Campus Arises Business, Today

    A new complex on Roosevelt Island aims to produce as much energy as it uses. Here’s how the designers are making it happen.

  2. The Motive in a Manhattan Shooting? The Statue of Liberty Metro, Yesterday

    An unlikely turf battle at the bottom of Manhattan is being fought over the Statue of Liberty. There have been several assaults and most recently a shooting....

  3. Sheridan Expressway Shortcut Metro, Yesterday

    A fond memory of an unloved stretch of road....

  4. Tickets to Visit Lady Liberty: Eking Out a Living Insider, Yesterday

    Who are these ticket-sellers? How is their business organized? It sounded like a newspaper story....

  5. As Gas Stations Vanish, Harlem Sees Gentrification Creeping In Metro, Yesterday

    On a stretch of Upper Manhattan where three stations have been sold since 2015, residents are asking, “What’s going to happen to the neighborhood?”...

  6. Manhattanhenge 2017: Where and When to Watch Interactive, May 26

    The “best sunset picture of the year” will come on May 29 and 30, the first half of this year’s Manhattanhenge, when the sun kisses the city grid....

  7. At Amazon’s Bookstore, No Coffee but All the Data You Can Drink Editorial, May 27

    After crushing the independent bookstore industry, Amazon opens its own. Leave your cash at home....

  8. Capturing Love, It’s the Brooklyn Way Styles, May 27

    Love isn’t always black and white, and photographer Andre Wagner shows the range of the emotion through his gray-scale images....

  9. A Muslim-American Activist’s Speech Raises Ire Even Before It’s Delivered Metro, May 26

    The selection of Linda Sarsour to address the graduates of the City University of New York School of Public Health has resulted in hate messages and threats of violence....

  10. Governor Cuomo’s Pledge to Fix the Subways Editorial, May 26

    “We need to have the best transit system on the globe,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo said this week, but New York’s system is nowhere near the best and is getting worse....

  11. 10 Things to Do in NYC Now Weekend, May 26

    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....

  12. Awang Kitchen in Queens Slideshow, May 26

    The menu is long and rambling, but the waiters are patient guides....

  13. Awang Kitchen in Queens Slideshow, May 26

    The menu is long and rambling, but the waiters are patient guides.

  14. Manhattanhenge 2017: Where and When to Watch Interactive, May 26

    The “best sunset picture of the year” will come on May 29 and 30, the first half of this year’s Manhattanhenge, when the sun kisses the city grid.

  15. The New Math of Parking Placards Metro, May 26

    With 10,000 spots for cars at schools, Mayor de Blasio gave 50,000 new permits to teachers and others. Critics say that will equal abuse of the privilege....

  16. Cyclists: Where to Live in New York Real Estate, May 26

    The 10 most bike-friendly neighborhoods in the city....

  17. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, May 26

    This week’s properties are on the Lower East Side, in Carnegie Hill, and Crown Heights, Brooklyn....

  18. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, May 26

    This week’s properties are on the Lower East Side, in Carnegie Hill, and Crown Heights, Brooklyn....

  19. A Mural Designed by Carmen Herrera Will Be Painted by Bronx School Students Culture, May 26

    Through the program Publicolor, students at P.S. 244 will paint a mural based on the artist’s 1952 work “Untitled.”...

  20. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, May 26

    This week’s properties are on the Lower East Side, in Carnegie Hill, and Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

  21. Rental Building Rises on Domino Sugar Site Real Estate, May 26

    The first building to open on the former industrial site on the Williamsburg waterfront will be a 522-unit rental building....

  22. How Jo Miller of ‘Full Frontal With Samantha Bee’ Spends Her Sundays Metropolitan, May 26

    During the week, Ms. Miller, 50, lives with her cat, Sammy, in Harlem, but on Friday nights, they drive to her 650-square-foot house in the Catskills....

  23. Where to Live When the L Train Shuts Down Real Estate, May 26

    Here are some alternatives for renters looking for neighborhoods with a similar vibe....

  24. Still Haunted After a Case Goes Cold Metropolitan, May 26

    Irene Gowins-Sowells watched her husband die nearly 17 years ago after he was fatally shot in front of their Brooklyn home. And no one can tell her who killed him....

  25. New York Today: Making the Best of Memorial Day Weather Metro, May 26

    Friday: Activities for the holiday weekend, a new roller coaster, and Manhattanhenge....

  26. Judge Orders UPS to Pay $247 Million for Illegally Shipping Cigarettes Metro, May 25

    A federal judge in Manhattan said UPS needed to pay a “very significant award” to curb future conduct and to send a message to company executives....

  27. Even in Liberal Cities, Budgets Push Austerity Into Starvation Territory Metropolitan, May 25

    Proposed cuts in President Trump’s budget to food assistance programs would make the country’s hunger problem even worse....

  28. For Two Runners, Married Life Begins at Mile 6 Society, May 26

    Krissa Cetner and Alex Salazar exchanged vows just about halfway through a half marathon in Brooklyn....

  29. Developers Migrate to Areas Near the G, J, M and Z Trains Real Estate, May 26

    To avoid bringing new properties to market near the L train while the line is shut down, developers have been scouting property elsewhere....

  30. Eyeglass Vendor, Imprisoned for Terrorizing Consumers, Is Accused of Fraud Business, May 25

    Federal prosecutors charged Vitaly Borker, who spent over three years in prison for threatening customers of his previous online business, with wire and mail fraud....

  31. Injured Boy at Yankee Stadium Puts Face on Bill Seeking Safety Netting Sports, May 25

    Legislation by a New York City councilman calls for stadiums with more than 5,000 seats to extend protective nets from home plate to the foul poles....

  32. Pickup Basketball With a Backup Quarterback Metro, May 25

    N.F.L. teams shrink-wrap their quarterbacks between seasons now, but things were different in 1965....

  33. Student Brought Loaded Gun to Brooklyn School, Police Say Metro, May 25

    A teacher confronted the student, Daniel Barrow, on Thursday after seeing him in an online video with a gun, the police said. Mr. Barrow was arrested....

  34. Guides for Exploring New York Metropolitan, May 25

    From the changing demographics of the No. 7 train to the ruins of Jewish resorts in the Catskills, new publications reveal the metropolitan area....

  35. A Quarter of U.S. Babies With Zika-Related Birth Defects Were Born in New York Metro, May 25

    New data from the health department reveals that 32 infants were born in the city to 402 women infected with the virus, all in travel-related cases....

  36. Laughing Gulls, New York’s Handsome Scavengers Metropolitan, May 25

    The birds, longtime residents of Jamaica Bay, are beautiful and industrious characters on the summer shoreline....

  37. New York Today: Happy Birthday, Mr. President Metro, May 25

    Thursday: John F. Kennedy’s 100th birthday, Amazon’s first New York City store, and the opening of the Brooklyn-Battery tunnel....

  38. For Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th, Tours, Exhibitions and Tattoos Travel, May 25

    To celebrate the architect, museums, foundations and hotels will showcase buildings and drawings. Also, a bike route and sketch workshops....

  39. With a Balcony and Roof Deck, Room to Breathe Real Estate, May 25

    Justine Thorner and Tom Burke missed out on some opportunities in Greenpoint, their chosen neighborhood in Brooklyn, but finally found a one-bedroom that met most of their needs....

  40. M.T.A. Adds Funding for Expansion Projects Rather Than Subway Fixes Metro, May 24

    The new $32.5 billion capital plan increases funding for projects prioritized by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, but adds little to improve a subway system plagued by problems....

  41. Seeking Republican Nod for Mayor, an Assemblywoman Moderates Her Image Metro, May 24

    Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis is positioning herself as an antithesis to Mayor Bill de Blasio, even as she tries to distance herself from President Trump....

  42. A Doctor’s Unexpected Call Metro, May 24

    A physician is contacted by his squash partner at a particularly opportune time....

  43. 4 Teenagers Stabbed Outside a Manhattan Public School Metro, May 24

    The stabbings, outside Public School 35 on 52nd Street near Eighth Avenue, came after a simmering dispute between two students escalated....

  44. Flipped Emergency Switch Causes Another Round of Subway Delays Metro, May 24

    The electric rail at the Rockefeller Center station lost power for about 15 minutes, leading to delays on the B, D, F and M trains during the morning commute....

  45. Its Flagstaff Light Aglow Again, a Park Is Ready for Memorial Day Metro, May 24

    The Eternal Light Flagstaff in Madison Square Park is being relit, a prelude to a construction project that will give it more prominence....

  46. Artists Space Gallery Finds a New Home, in TriBeCa Culture, May 24

    The 45-year-old organization, which left SoHo last June, has signed a lease at 80 White Street....

  47. Michael Bloomberg Gives $75 Million to Shed Arts Center Culture, May 24

    His donation helps solidify New York’s first new cultural institution in recent memory, a $500 million project to be completed in spring 2019....

  48. New York Today: Roller Coasters Within Reach Metro, May 24

    Wednesday: The area’s best roller coasters, an Uber mistake, and Fleet Week....

  49. Amazon Sets Up Shop in the Heart of the Publishing Industry Business, May 24

    At physical bookstores like the new one opening in Manhattan this week, the company is drawing on its vast troves of customer data to shape the design....

  50. More Corporate Sponsors Abandon Puerto Rican Day Parade Metro, May 23

    The decision by parade organizers to honor a nationalist militant, Oscar López Rivera, led AT&T to withdraw sponsorship and Coca-Cola to scale back....

  51. A Dignified End for New York’s Forgotten Veterans Metro, May 23

    Some 50 veterans die poor and alone in New York City each year. A network of former military peers makes sure they receive a dignified send-off with all due ceremony....

  52. Cuomo Steps Into Transit Fray With Ideas for After ‘Summer of Hell’ Metro, May 23

    Recognizing the looming track repairs at Pennsylvania Station as a potential crisis, the governor called for a plan on par with the response to Hurricane Sandy....

  53. Witness Describes Arranging Meeting That Ended in Murder Metro, May 23

    In a case involving a brazen shooting on a Manhattan street in 2012, Quran Pender said he arranged the encounter between partners in a drug ring that led to one’s death....

  54. In Times Square Attack, Bollards Stopped One Car. But What About the Next? Metro, May 23

    A driver’s rampage, then an attack in England lead to a re-examination of how to balance security and convenience in busy areas of Manhattan....

  55. Talking Milkshakes on the Train Metro, May 23

    A subway rider gets a compliment after butting into a conversation among M.T.A. workers....

  56. Executive for ‘Soup Nazi’ Company Pleads Not Guilty to Felony Tax Evasion Metro, May 23

    The chief financial officer for Soupman Inc., which licensed recipes of the chef made famous by “Seinfeld,” is accused of avoiding taxes by paying workers off the books....

  57. Malaysian Money. Opulent Ideas. But Now, for Park Lane, a Forced Sale. Metro, May 23

    The Park Lane Hotel in Manhattan was to become an ultraluxury tower. Now, amid global intrigue and money laundering charges, it will go to the highest bidder....

  58. New York Today: Remembering Scott Joplin Metro, May 23

    Tuesday: The king of ragtime, Shakespeare in the park, and an American flag drive....

  59. Battle of Diller Island Goes Another Round, With a Pier 55 Appeal Metro, May 22

    The Army Corps of Engineers appealed a court ruling blocking the construction of the elaborate entertainment pier in the Hudson River....

  60. No ‘Fairy Godmother’ for the Subway: When $100 Billion Isn’t Enough Metro, May 22

    Despite years of investment and steady improvements, the century-old system may require more than current budgets allow to keep up with its needs....

  61. Staffing Imbalances Reveal New York Jail’s Growing Pains Metro, May 22

    The Correction Department has added a number of new employees to help with reforms, but many workers are not where the budgets say they should be....

  62. The Lollipop Guild Rides Again Metro, May 22

    An extremely gentle bank robbery on the Upper East Side....

  63. A Tiny Park Fights for Sunlight Among New York City Skyscrapers Metro, May 22

    Greenacre Park, an oasis in Midtown, could lose its afternoon sunlight under a city rezoning plan that would allow taller buildings to rise nearby....

  64. Homeless in New York Letters, May 22

    An editor at the Center for New York City Affairs writes that nearly half of families entering a shelter are separated from their support systems....

  65. An Identity Crisis at Italienne Dining, May 22

    The chef Jared Sippel’s restaurant is both French and Italian, formal and casual....

  66. Italienne Slideshow, May 22

    The chef Jared Sippel’s first New York restaurant is on its way to being something out of the ordinary....

  67. Italienne Slideshow, May 22

    The chef Jared Sippel’s first New York restaurant is on its way to being something out of the ordinary.

  68. Snacks From an East Village Wine Bar Available Online Dining, May 22

    The owners of Lois are now selling their crisps, crackers and candied nuts....

  69. A Gadget Favored by Fingers Both Fidgety and Sticky Metro, May 22

    Fidget spinners, a small toy said to relieve stress, have become an overnight sensation, inspiring copycats and thieves....

  70. New York Today: Birding by Subway Metro, May 22

    Monday: Bird-watching across the boroughs, behind the walls of Rikers Island, and calorie-counting at city restaurants....

  71. Tired of New York’s Subways? Blame Andrew Cuomo Op Ed, May 22

    The governor runs the city’s transit system. He needs to fix it....

  72. After Fleeing Bias at Home, Gay Russians Say It Persists in Brooklyn Metro, May 21

    On Saturday, about 200 people rallied in Brighton Beach to protest discrimination in what was described as the country’s first Russian-speaking march for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people....

  73. Cuomo Calls on Trump to Ease Penn Station’s ‘Summer of Agony’ Metro, May 21

    In a letter, the governor asked the president to provide funding for construction and transportation alternatives for commuters while some tracks are closed for repairs....

  74. Meeting Muhammad Ali Metro, May 21

    A boy is beckoned to the hotel lobby by his mother, and told to bring a pen and paper....

  75. ‘To Whom It Should Concern’ National, May 21

    Students speak out on equality in education....

  76. Homes That Sold for Around $900,000 Real Estate, May 21

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region....

  77. For Family of Times Square Crash Victim, ‘Nothing Is Safe Anymore’ Metro, May 19

    Alyssa Elsman, the 18-year-old killed on Thursday in a chaotic accident in Times Square, excelled in the culinary arts program at her high school in Portage, Mich....

  78. Angry About Subway Delays? De Blasio Says Blame Cuomo, and Vice Versa Metro, May 19

    On a day with more significant subway delays, Mayor Bill de Blasio lashed out at Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo in an interview, saying the state, which oversees the system, is at fault for its problems....

  79. 10 Things to Do in NYC Now Weekend, May 19

    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....

  80. A Rental Building With a Hip Hotel Bar Vibe Real Estate, May 19

    A new building is designed with a full-service lounge open to anyone, instead of a staid front lobby....

  81. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, May 19

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

  82. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, May 19

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

  83. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, May 19

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

  84. ‘The Red Shoes’ and ‘Brigadoon’: City Center’s New Season Culture, May 19

    A ballet by Matthew Bourne, a gala production of “Brigadoon” and the 25th anniversary of Encores! are among the highlights....

  85. Glenda Jackson to Return to Broadway in Albee’s ‘Three Tall Women’ Culture, May 19

    Laurie Metcalf will co-star in the production, which will be directed by Joe Mantello....

  86. Twilight of a Difficult Man: Larry Kramer and the Birth of AIDS Activism Metropolitan, May 19

    Larry Kramer — writer, advocate, “loudmouth” — helped define AIDS activism and gay life. He ruffled some feathers along the way....

  87. Return of the S.R.O., With a Twist Real Estate, May 19

    With rental prices out of reach for many New Yorkers, the market has created new ways to rent by the room, at affordable and luxury rates....

  88. How Daniel Garodnick, a New York Councilman, Spends His Sundays Metropolitan, May 19

    Mr. Garodnick, who represents the East Side of Manhattan, is a father, a runner and an enthusiastic resident of Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village....

  89. Stepped-Up Raids, but Gang Violence Persists Metropolitan, May 18

    The Trump administration says roundups by immigration authorities are the best way to target gangs, but they haven’t stopped the killings....

  90. One Dead and 22 Injured as Car Rams Into Pedestrians in Times Square Metro, May 18

    A 26-year-old Bronx man with a history of drunken driving arrests was taken into custody and charged with murder after trying to flee from the scene of the carnage....

  91. Like Match.com, for Roommates Slideshow, May 19

    It’s the return of the S.R.O., with a twist, as markets create new ways to counter rental prices that for many are out of reach....

  92. Only Thing Worse than the Subway? Not Being Able to Ride It Metro, May 18

    Slowed by Parkinson’s, Gene Russianoff, a longtime fighter for better mass transit, is now tackling Access-A-Ride, the M.T.A.’s system for people with disabilities....

  93. Like Match.com, for Roommates Slideshow, May 19

    It’s the return of the S.R.O., with a twist, as markets create new ways to counter rental prices that for many are out of reach.

  94. Why Does New York State Control the Subway? That’s the 20-Cent Question Metro, May 18

    A political clash of egos half a century ago, arising from an effort to keep fares from going up, helps explain current service woes and questions of accountability....

  95. When New Yorkers Fell for a Singer They Had Never Heard Metropolitan, May 18

    P.T. Barnum was taking a big chance when he brought Jenny Lind, the Swedish nightingale, to New York in 1850. But it paid off....

  96. 7 Victims Name Priests Who Sexually Abused Them as Children Metro, May 18

    The New York Archdiocese has paid each of the seven men settlements of $150,000 to $350,000. Since October, more than 100 victims have settled claims....

  97. One Dead as Car Hits Pedestrians in Times Square Video, May 18

    One person was killed and at least 22 were injured when a car struck pedestrians in New York’s Times Square. The driver of the car has been taken into custody....

  98. Under Settlement, City Shelters Will Do More for the Disabled Metro, May 18

    The homeless services agency has agreed to survey its shelters, track requests for accommodations, train staff members and take other steps....

  99. A Trip to the City Metro, May 18

    Traveling to Manhattan as a young man to see three great shows, but missing a pretty famous one by a day....

  100. An Organ Master Who’s Part Musician, Part Mechanic Metropolitan, May 18

    Jared Lamenzo, the keeper of the 150-year-old pipe organ at a Manhattan church, keeps a wrench handy. He both plays and repairs the instrument....

  101. ‘Abacus: Small Enough to Jail,’ a Classic Underdog Tale Weekend, May 18

    The only United States bank indicted on a charge of mortgage fraud after the 2008 economic crisis? A small one in Chinatown, founded and run by an immigrant family....

  102. The Ideal Aperitif: Good Vermouth, Cool and Fragrant Dining, May 18

    Sweet or dry and infused with herbs, spices and botanicals, this often misunderstood fortified wine whets the appetite....

  103. When Posters Were the Samizdat of the Lower East Side Weekend, May 18

    The exhibition “Taking It to the Streets!” puts the wheat-pasted political literature of the 1980s and ’90s in a central storytelling role....

  104. One Dead as Car Hits Pedestrians in Times Square Video, May 18

    One person was killed and at least a dozen injured when a car struck pedestrians in New York’s Times Square. The driver of the car has been taken into custody.

  105. East Meets West, and Cafe Becomes Sake Bar, at Hi-Collar Dining, May 18

    This East Village restaurant changes personality at night, moving away from Western-leaning comfort foods toward more Japanese snacks....

  106. Letter of Recommendation: Mr. Met Magazine, May 18

    A smiling, baseball-headed constant in a world of constant change....

  107. De Blasio Says Stick to Subway (but Don’t Blame Him if You Run Late) Metro, May 17

    The mayor said the biggest impediment to getting around was the city’s roads and blamed the state for continued problems with the subway system....

  108. With a Move to Williamsburg, More Sleep and More Workouts Real Estate, May 18

    Tiffany and Elish Le, both competitive power lifters, found a new place that solved all the headaches of their sixth-floor walk-up....

  109. Teenager Set Manhattan Synagogue Ablaze, Police Say Metro, May 17

    The police made the arson arrest after a blaze burned to the ground the landmark building on the Lower East Side that formerly housed Beth Hamedrash Hagodol....

  110. ‘Standpipes of New York’ Multimedia/Photos, May 18

    Clay Benskin’s photographs of New York standpipes show them to have as much personality as the city’s residents....

  111. ‘Standpipes of New York’ Lens, May 18

    Clay Benskin’s photographs of New York standpipes show them to have as much personality as the city’s residents.

  112. Puerto Rican Day Parade to Honor a Long-Jailed Militant Metro, May 17

    Oscar López Rivera, who was associated with a group that carried out a deadly bombing in Manhattan in 1975, will be a the parade’s National Freedom Hero....

  113. ‘Upstreamed’ While Hailing a Cab on West End Avenue Metro, May 17

    A fact of New York City life becomes a lesson of another kind on a cold Friday night....

  114. They Made the Meatpacking District Fashionable. Is Sunset Park Next? Styles, May 17

    The Milk Studios founders helped turn an uncool area into a hub of fashion and art. With Camp David, a co-working space, they’ll try their luck again....

  115. Three Thousand Miles From the Western Front Insider, May 17

    France and Britain waged war against Germany far from northern Europe, successfully wresting its African colony of Kamerun, now Cameroon....

  116. De Blasio Quietly Seeks Allies in Battle Over Homeless Shelters Metro, May 17

    The city is scrambling to enlist influential New Yorkers who can help marshal support for an unpopular plan to open 90 community-based homeless shelters....

  117. Amid Eavesdropping Accusations, City Fires Jail Agency Official Metro, May 16

    Days after New York City’s correction commissioner announced he would resign, he quietly fired his Internal Affairs chief....

  118. City Hall Stirs ICE Fears First, Gets Facts Later Metro, May 16

    A Twitter post by the mayor’s press secretary set off a firestorm over what many believed was an ICE action at P.S. 58 — except ICE agents were not involved....

  119. Spuyten Duyvil, the Bronx: Crosscurrents of Suburb and City Real Estate, May 17

    Full-service apartment buildings give an urban vibe, but historic homes and tidy yards suggest something quieter....

  120. Living in Spuyten Duyvil, the Bronx Slideshow, May 17

    Full-service apartment buildings in this Bronx neighborhood give an urban vibe, but historic homes and tidy yards suggest something quieter....

  121. Living in Spuyten Duyvil, the Bronx Slideshow, May 17

    Full-service apartment buildings in this Bronx neighborhood give an urban vibe, but historic homes and tidy yards suggest something quieter.

  122. Port Authority Wage Campaign Shifts as Union Takes Fight to Albany Metro, May 16

    After airport workers rallied for better pay, their union, 32BJ Service Employees International, is backing a bill that would set a minimum wage of nearly $18 an hour....

  123. Frustrated by Subway Delays? How the M.T.A. Plans to Improve Commutes Metro, May 16

    Officials have announced a new plan to address the root causes of delays: overcrowding, sick passengers and track and signal problems. But will it help?...

  124. A Man on Trial in a Drug Shooting in Midtown, and an Actor’s Role Metro, May 16

    Quran Pender, a Queens native and ex-Cornell basketball player who moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting, is set to be the key prosecution witness in the trial over the 2012 killing....

  125. This Nervous City Metro, May 16

    The Coney Island of one poet’s mind....

  126. Kitchen 21, Housing Several Restaurants, Opens in Brooklyn Dining, May 16

    Manhattan chefs head for the Hamptons, Jean-Georges Vongerichten at the Public Hotel, and other restaurant news....

  127. Pork Is Only the Starting Point at Pig Bleecker Dining, May 16

    A Greenwich Village sibling of the Brooklyn restaurant Pig Beach impresses with seafood, sandwiches and, running through it all, smoke....

  128. Pig Bleecker Slideshow, May 16

    The chef Matt Abdoo cooks regional favorites in Greenwich Village....

  129. Pig Bleecker Slideshow, May 16

    The chef Matt Abdoo cooks regional favorites in Greenwich Village.

  130. Ayodele Casel, Tap Storyteller, Lets Her Feet Do the Talking Metropolitan, May 16

    “I really, really, really want people to hear and experience tap dancing in a different way,” said Ms. Casel of the Bronx, who is rehearsing for the world premiere of her next show, in June....

  131. De Blasio Raises More Than G.O.P. Challenger for the First Time Metro, May 15

    The mayor’s best-funded Republican rival, Paul Massey Jr., raised less in this disclosure period than the previous one, threatening to undermine the best case for his candidacy....

  132. East Harlem Elementary Principal Is Out After a Yearlong Fight Metro, May 15

    On Friday, New York City’s Education Department gave Monika Garg, the leader of Central Park East I, a supervisor. On Monday, it said she was stepping down....

  133. Thomas V. Daily, Bishop With Legacy Tarnished by Response to Abuse, Dies at 89 Metro, May 15

    Bishop Daily raised tens of millions of dollars to repair schools and churches, but his last years were marred by criticism of how he had handled allegations of sexual abuse....

  134. She’ll Take a Snackhattan Metro, May 15

    A woman offers a rundown of the snacks she keeps for herself in friends’ apartments....

  135. NBC Woos Advertisers With Megyn Kelly, the New Morning Anchor Business, May 15

    Three New York Times media reporters discuss what happened, who showed, and about NBCUniversal’s plans to revive “Must See TV” this fall....

  136. Seaport Lures Guest Chefs for Dinner Series Dining, May 15

    Paul Kahan, Alon Shaya and Jessica Koslow are among the chefs who will cook dinners during two-week residences at the Seaport Food Lab....

  137. A New York Robbery Spree Video, May 15

    Multiple locations in Queens were robbed in May 2015, and the surveillance footage of the crimes shows them happening in similar fashion....

  138. A Dunkin' Donuts Robbery Spree Video, May 15

    Three Dunkin' Donuts locations in Queens were robbed in May 2015, and the surveillance footage of the crimes shows them happening in similar fashion.

  139. Return of the Campbell, an Ornate Grand Central Bar Dining, May 15

    After months of restoration, the former office of a railroad magnate is reopening with three bars, reservations and a more relaxed feel....

  140. Stroll Through Harlem With Marcus Samuelsson Dining, May 15

    A new audio tour from the app Detour highlights the chef’s favorite neighborhood haunts....

  141. Dinner and Two Plays at the New York Theater Workshop Dining, May 15

    Eat Offbeat, a catering company that employs refugees, caters a meal served between two Mfoniso Udofia plays....

  142. For Cooking Fries, New Shop Says Three Times Is the Charm Dining, May 15

    At 375° Fries on the Lower East Side, potatoes are steamed, par-cooked and then fried to order for that crispy-outside, creamy-inside ideal....

  143. Food Stalls Finally Arrive at Canal Street Market Dining, May 15

    The large market in Chinatown features ramen, dumplings, rice bowls and more for hungry shoppers....

  144. As Nationwide Gangs Fracture, Bullets Fly in New York Metro, May 15

    Jequan Lawrence was brutally murdered at a housing complex in the South Bronx. For detectives, it was a sign of a fissure running through gangs across the country, especially the Bloods....

  145. New York Today: Tips for Biking to Work Metro, May 15

    Monday: How to commute on two wheels, a blaze on the Lower East Side, and Rockefeller Center’s new toy....

  146. As Subway Riders Fume, City and State Leaders Are Mostly Mum Metro, May 15

    While frustrations and delays soar, Governor Cuomo has had little to say about the subway woes, and Mayor de Blasio has been wary of getting involved....

  147. Confronting Segregation in New York City Schools Editorial, May 15

    Major changes to the system are unlikely with a mayor who is running for office....

  148. An Elegant, Lyrical Look at Black Lives by Black Photographers Multimedia/Photos, May 15

    The elegant, lyrical work from “The Black Photographers Annual,’’ a four-volume anthology published between 1973 and 1980 that showcased black photographers, is now exhibited at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts....

  149. An Elegant, Lyrical Look at Black Lives by Black Photographers Lens, May 15

    The elegant, lyrical work from “The Black Photographers Annual,’’ a four-volume anthology published between 1973 and 1980 that showcased black photographers, is now exhibited at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.

  150. Fire Damages New York’s Beth Hamedrash Hagodol Synagogue Metro, May 14

    The abandoned building on the Lower East Side, built in 1850, once housed the city’s oldest Jewish Orthodox congregation. No injuries were reported in the blaze....