• The East River Dead Zone August 20, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: A first-time visitor to Roosevelt Island amused a listener by treating the tramway trip as if she were falling off the face of the earth.
    By LAUREN BLANKSTEIN
  • New York Today: Tennis Without Tickets August 20, 2014
    What you need to know for Wednesday: Free top-shelf tennis in Queens, a day of marches, and a development in the chokehold case.
    By KENNETH ROSEN and ANNIE CORREAL
  • Lunch Break on a Hot Summer Day August 19, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: Leaving her Midtown office for an hour to herself, a woman was struck by the stickiness and the clammy smells of Manhattan's great outdoors.
    By EMMA SKLAR
  • New York Today: An Operatic Accord August 19, 2014
    What you need to know for Tuesday: Metropolitan Opera musicians get to work, even more nice weather, and a familiar television voice is stilled.
    By ANNIE CORREAL and ANDY NEWMAN
  • From the Bronx, to Queens, Then Park Slope and Riverdale August 18, 2014
    Martin Kleinman grew up in the Bronx. In 1985, he decided to move to Brooklyn — a decision not lauded by his grandmother.
    By KAREN WORKMAN
  • New York Today: A Terror Trial Comes to Brooklyn August 18, 2014
    What you need to know in New York for Monday: New York jurors hear about bombings in Israel, more-than-fair weather, and a labor deal for the Metropolitan Opera.
    By ANDY NEWMAN
  • Celebrating All Things India August 18, 2014
    Displaying a mix of historical and popular culture figures, participants marched down Madison Avenue on Sunday in the 44th annual Indian Day Parade, sponsored by the Federation of Indian Associations. The country is celebrating 67 years of independence.
    By THE NEW YORK TIMES
  • Ode to Kishke August 18, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: A visitor from Greece got the hard sell on what the hostess likened to Olympian ambrosia from the delicatessen.
    By JOYCE GREENFIELD
  • Bomb Scare in Brooklyn Causes False Alarm August 16, 2014
    The police responded to reports of a possible explosive device at the Louis Pink Houses in the East New York neighborhood on Saturday, evacuating some residents.
    By THE NEW YORK TIMES
  • Big Ticket | Sky-High Park Views for $32.5 Million August 15, 2014
    A condo at One57 with a grand perspective on Central Park was the most expensive sale of the week, according to city records.
    By ROBIN FINN
  • Afghanistan orders New York Times reporter to leave August 20, 2014
    Afghanistan has given New York Times reporter Matthew Rosenberg 24 hours to leave the country for not cooperating with an investigation, a statement from the attorney general’s office said on...
  • 111-year-old Japanese man recognized as world’s oldest August 20, 2014
    TOKYO — A 111-year-old retired Japanese educator who enjoys poetry has been recognized as the world’s oldest living man. Sakari Momoi received a certificate from Guinness World Records on Wednesday....
  • $21K falls off truck after pickup from Revel Casino August 20, 2014
    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Nearly $21,000 is missing after the cash fell from the roof of an armored truck that had picked it up from a soon-to-be-closed Atlantic City casino....
  • Polls continue to show huge lead for Cuomo over Astorino August 20, 2014
    ALBANY — A spate of negative publicity about his administration’s interference with an anti-corruption panel isn’t hurting Gov. Cuomo in the polls or the campaign pocketbook. A Quinnipiac University poll...
  • Penske buys Fairchild from Condé Nast August 20, 2014
    Jay Penske’s Penske Media Corp. is buying Fairchild Fashion Media from Condé Nast, the publishing empire controlled by the billionaire Newhouse family. The price was not disclosed, but sources close...
  • Narrow Park Avenue townhouse sells for over $65M August 20, 2014
    Some sellers are adding clauses to deeds to ensure they are not giving up any future upside. The narrow 9,148-square-foot townhouse at 36 E. 57th St. by Macklowe’s soaring on...
  • NJ’s Roncin rooting on Mo’ne’s Little League team August 20, 2014
    Little League phenom Mo’ne Davis, the Philadelphia girl drawing rave reviews nationwide for her baseball talents and vibrant personality, has one big fan in New Jersey. Kayla Roncin, a 12-year-old...
  • Nicki Minaj lap dances for Drake in new video August 20, 2014
    We all knew that the video for “Anaconda” was likely to feature large butts, but Nicki Minaj has managed to outdo expectations. The brand new clip features Minaj (and some...
  • Yankees closer Robertson: ‘I blew it for our team’ August 20, 2014
    With two on, one out in the top of the ninth, Yankees closer David Robertson, in a non-save situation, fell behind Houston’s Chris Carter 3-0. So he tried to locate...
  • Weinstein’s ‘Peter Pan’ musical may never land August 20, 2014
    The reviews are in: “Finding Neverland,” Harvey Weinstein’s new Broadway-bound musical, is “evolving,” “determined,” “twee” and “the kind of show that kids drag their parents to.” In other words, dead...

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