• Big Ticket | A Glimpse of the Park for $17.8 Million August 29, 2014
    A three-bedroom sponsor unit in the Marquand, a century-old apartment building, is the sale of the week.
  • Blocked In for Prayer August 29, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: When a driver went to find the cabby who had blocked his car, a potentially unpleasant experience turned into an enlightening one.
  • New York Today: Pick Up a Paddle August 29, 2014
    What you need to know for Friday and the weekend: last chances to kayak, glorious weather gradually deteriorating, and Joan Rivers is hospitalized.
  • New York City’s Week in Pictures: Aug. 29 August 29, 2014
    A slide show from the past week in New York City and the region includes a Staten Island march that drew thousands and Ganesha Chaturthi celebrations.
  • Many Addresses Before Making Bed-Stuy Home August 28, 2014
    Some people live in the same place for a lifetime. Odehyah Gough-Israel is not among them, but she has now found a place to call home: Bedford-Stuyvesant, in Brooklyn.
  • Modesty Is Rewarded August 28, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: On a 90-degree day, a bodega owner told a woman he was giving her a discount because he liked the way she was covered up.
  • New York Today: Carnival Countdown August 28, 2014
    What you need to know for Thursday: preparing for the West Indian Day parade, cooler weather, and a surge in heroin deaths.
  • Barge Burns On Hutchinson River August 28, 2014
    A barge carrying scrap metal caught fire in the Eastchester section of the Bronx near the Pascap recycling center on Wednesday, the authorities said. No injuries were reported in the blaze.
  • ‘Life After Brooklyn’ Resonates With Readers August 27, 2014
    Mayor Bill de Blasio and his family aren't the only ones leaving Brooklyn.
  • A Friendly Teenager From Another Planet August 27, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: A young woman found a very young high school boy to be quite nice, but she couldn't understand his lingo.
  • Mets can’t meet 90-win goal after ugly loss to Phillies August 31, 2014
    Relax. The Mets still can win 89 games. The Mets, with their mostly lifeless offense, suffered a 7-2 drilling by the Phillies at Citi Field Saturday for their 73rd defeat...
  • Daily Blotter August 31, 2014
    Brooklyn ■ Cops are looking for a suspect who exposed himself on a train at the Pacific Street subway station in Prospect Heights, police said. Cops say the suspect boarded...
  • Woman fights off attempted rapist August 31, 2014
    A violent pervert tried to rape a 20-year-old woman on a Brooklyn street early Friday – but she bravely fought him off.. The victim was walking on Saint Marks Avenue...
  • Serena Williams keeps rolling through US Open draw August 31, 2014
    The other top women’s seeds have fallen by the wayside at the U.S. Open, as have all of the various American flavors of the month. But none of them include...
  • Hanging slider in first inning costly for Michael Pineda August 31, 2014
    TORONTO — One mistake by Michael Pineda was all it took to absorb a 2-0 loss to the Blue Jays on Saturday at Rogers Centre. A 0-2 slider to Jose...
  • Hondo’s laboring August 31, 2014
    Hondo’s deficit continued to seek its own level Saturday as it grew to 1,550 gilliams as a result of his setback with the Reds in Pittsburgh. Sunday: Mr. Aitch will...
  • Inversion will put a tax on US economy August 31, 2014
    A rising tide of US companies is expected to flood foreign shores in the next 12 months, shifting their legal domicile overseas to save billions in punitive US taxes, according...
  • Apple to give iTunes Radio some fresh attention August 31, 2014
    Phones and watches may not be all Apple will discuss on Sept. 9. The Cupertino-based consumer giant is giving iTunes Radio some fresh attention. Sources tell On The Money that...
  • Silicon Valley continues to blindly funnel money into Snapchat August 31, 2014
    Has the smart money in Silicon Valley lost its mind? Last week, the highly regarded venture-capital firm Kleiner Perkins invested an additional $20 million into Snapchat, which raised its valuation...
  • Dear John: Hey, scholarship kids! Play or pay August 31, 2014
    Dear John: With regard to the college sports scholarship issue, the athlete should be made to sign a contract and agree to play for the time of his eligibility. One...

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In a major victory for New York Citys rent stabilized tenants, New York State Supreme Court Justice Emily Jane Goodman struck down a 2008 supplemental adjustment imposed by the Rent Guidelines Board.

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