• Madonna of Batchelder Street, 1969 February 27, 2015
    Metropolitan Diary: A man's poetic memory of a late-night walk home through a snowy Brooklyn after visiting a woman dear to him.
    By Miles Beller
  • New York Today: Twilight of the Ice Age February 27, 2015
    Friday and the weekend: A salute to ice, gradually warming weather, and a look inside the lives of the men accused of supporting ISIS.
    By Andy Newman
  • Driver Is Too Smug, Too Soon February 26, 2015
    Metropolitan Diary: In Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, a driver scoffed at a bicycle rider on an ice-covered street. Then he hit the gas, and his smile disappeared.
    By Daniel Prebutt
  • New York Today: Hoodies, Hightops and Suspected ISIS Links February 26, 2015
    Thursday: A terrorism arraignment in Brooklyn, colder weather returns, and the most popular dog breeds by neighborhood.
    By Andy Newman
  • Time to Throw the Book at Us February 25, 2015
    The time for readers to help choose the next Big City Book Club selection has arrived.
    By The New York Times
  • A Year of Aerobics Class February 25, 2015
    Metropolitan Diary: A poem about what a woman learned in her Wednesday senior aerobics classes, from shopping to health tips and neighborhood news.
    By Jane Seskin
  • New York Today: Mr. de Blasio Goes to Albany February 25, 2015
    Wednesday: The mayor's annual ask, somewhat nicer weather, and a search for the city's smallest neighborhood.
    By Andy Newman
  • Preoccupied in the Station February 24, 2015
    On a rainy Monday morning, a commuter puzzled at why a woman was walking the length of the subway platform holding an umbrella over her head.
    By Liza Kent
  • New York Today: Spring Springs Eternal February 24, 2015
    Tuesday: Snow and cold help flowers grow, crime drops in city parks, and Abe Vigoda's dances with death.
    By Andy Newman
  • New York City Parking Alert: Alternate-Side Rules Are Suspended on Tuesday February 24, 2015
    Because of snow removal, alternate-side street-cleaning regulations will be suspended in New York City on Tuesday. Other regulations will remain in effect.
    By The New York Times
  • Slain Putin critic mourned by marchers in Moscow March 1, 2015
    MOSCOW — Carrying flowers, portraits and signs that said “I am not afraid,” tens of thousands of people somberly marched Sunday in Moscow to mourn opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, whose...
  • Russell Westbrook has surgery on facial crater March 1, 2015
    OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook had surgery to repair a fracture to his right cheek Saturday and the NBA’s hottest player will miss at least a game. The...
  • 2 shot at T.I., Young Jeezy concert March 1, 2015
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Two people were injured after being shot Saturday at a Charlotte nightclub where rappers T.I., Young Jeezy and Yo Gotti were advertised to appear, a Charlotte-Mecklenburg police...
  • Retiring Juan Pierre has one last, hilarious regret March 1, 2015
    MIAMI — Outfielder Juan Pierre announced his retirement Friday after a 14-year career in the majors that included a World Series championship with the 2003 Florida Marlins. Pierre, 37, ranks...
  • Teen charged with manslaughter in friend’s suicide March 1, 2015
    Massachusetts prosecutors say a troubled teen took his own life after exchanging texts with a fellow student who egged him on to do it. Prosecutors from the Bristol County District...
  • ISIS releases at least 19 Christian captives March 1, 2015
    BEIRUT — The Islamic State group released at least 19 Christians on Sunday who were among the more than 220 people the militants took captive in northeastern Syria last week,...
  • ‘Just…f–k’: Ronda Rousey dominates in 14 seconds, is not fair March 1, 2015
    LOS ANGELES — Ronda Rousey has stopped every opponent she has faced in her meteoric mixed martial arts career, so a first-round victory is no shock for the UFC’s bantamweight...
  • ‘Many tears are falling’: MLB, Chicago mourn Minnie Minoso March 1, 2015
    CHICAGO — Minnie Minoso, the seemingly ageless Cuban slugger who broke into the majors just two years after Jackie Robinson and turned into the game’s first black Latino star, has...
  • Kevin Garnett’s gift for 1,000 ‘unbelievable’ Minnesota fans March 1, 2015
    MINNEAPOLIS — Kevin Garnett has purchased 1,000 tickets to Minnesota’s next game in appreciation of Timberwolves fans for their welcome of his return to the team. The Timberwolves made the...
  • SNL blasted over ISIS sketch March 1, 2015
    “Saturday Night Live” used satire to take a shot at ISIS — and people are blasting them for it. The longtime NBC sketch comedy show sparked a Twitter frenzy early...

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