• Tell Us About Finding Your New York City Neighborhood July 25, 2014
    For the rest of the summer, City Room will be taking a look at how people live in New York City, and what’s changed in recent years. We want to hear your story.
    By THE NEW YORK TIMES
  • Correcting a Tour Guide’s Errors July 25, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: A man couldn't sit by and hear a tour director mangle New York's geography, so he interrupted with a few words about Jackson Square Park.
    By ALAN J. JACOBS
  • New York Today: Finale for a Ferry July 25, 2014
    What you need to know for Friday and the weekend: life aboard the Rockaway Ferry, nice weather eventually turning cloudy, and G train woes begin.
    By ANNIE CORREAL and ANDY NEWMAN
  • Ode to Grand Central July 24, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: A poetic tribute to the celestial-ceilinged railroad terminal the author calls a polyglot of promise.
    By MARY LOUISE STOVER
  • New York Today: Planes, Trains And … July 24, 2014
    What you need to know for Thursday: meeting the region's transit needs, slightly cooler weather, and the parking-spot critic of Glendale, Queens.
    By ANDY NEWMAN
  • Reading Other People’s Job Applications July 23, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: Reviewing résumés on a crowded train, a man was surprised to find a passenger reading the comments he was writing about each one.
    By GUY E. HILDEBRANDT
  • New York Today: Dispatch From Italy July 23, 2014
    What you need to know for Wednesday: A vacation with the mayor, afternoon showers, and the mystery around two white flags.
    By ANNIE CORREAL
  • Stranded in SoHo, With No Phone and No Money July 22, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: Unable to find her friend's SoHo apartment, a woman was ready to sleep on a bench until she decided to hail a cab and hope for the best.
    By TOSIN ABOYADE-COLE
  • New York Today: Live From the Line July 22, 2014
    What you need to know for Tuesday: Waiting for Shakespeare in the Park, a gorgeous day, and mysterious white flags atop the Brooklyn Bridge.
    By ANNIE CORREAL, KENNETH ROSEN and EMILY S. RUEB
  • An Elk Is New July 21, 2014
    A Roosevelt elk, born June 10, has joined the herd at the Queens Zoo.
    By ANDY NEWMAN
  • Mario Batali’s Times column ends after three years July 25, 2014
    Celeb chef/restaurateur Mario Batali’s “What I’m Drinking Now” mini-column in the New York Times Magazine has ceased after a three-year run. Jake Silverstein, the new editor of the magazine, said...
  • InStyle narrowly beats Vogue in ad page battle July 25, 2014
    Most of the fashion titles reported strong Septembers, but after a dismal first half, it has not been enough to push their totals into positive territory for the year to...
  • Russian newspaper prints front-page MH17 apology July 25, 2014
    The left-leaning Novaya Gazeta Russian newspaper has published a highly provocative apology — written in Dutch and splashed across its front page today. The paper has deviated from the official...
  • Leap of faith for passengers after aviation’s terrible week July 25, 2014
    WASHINGTON — Airline travel requires passengers to make a leap of faith, entrusting their lives to pilots, airlines, air traffic controllers and others who regulate air travel. Even after a...
  • Israeli airstrikes hit 30 Gaza Strip homes July 25, 2014
    JERUSALEM — Israeli aircraft struck 30 houses in the Gaza Strip early Friday, killing a leader of the militant Islamic Jihad group and two of his sons, while ground troops...
  • Indian teen has 232 teeth removed from his mouth July 25, 2014
    When Ashik Gavai began struggling to bite and chew due to severe swelling on the right side of his face, he took himself to see a doctor. After a number...
  • Billionaire’s apartment is oozing goo in neighbor’s homes: suit July 25, 2014
    A glass-encased Tribeca condo that is home to a restaurant billionaire and a top Wall Street banker is oozing sticky goo into the apartments of several big-bucks residents because of...
  • Overseas tax dodge taxing Obama’s patience July 25, 2014
    In his strongest plea yet to close a popular corporate-tax dodge, President Obama blasted US companies that shift their tax domiciles overseas — known as inversions — for “gaming the...
  • Yelp spreads out with 11 Madison Ave. move July 25, 2014
    Online review site Yelp has given five stars to 11 Madison Ave., where it has finalized a lease for 151,200 square feet. Yelp will join Credit Suisse, Sony and William...
  • Investors hope Alibaba will acquire Yahoo! July 25, 2014
    Forget about Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer and her plans to turn around the ailing Internet company. Thanks to an intriguing report making the rounds of Wall Street, investors are hoping...

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