• Cabdriver M.D. July 3, 2015
    Metropolitan Diary: When a man felt sick after lunch and needed medical advice, he discovered that a doctor was behind the wheel of his taxi.
    By Matt Dominianni
  • The Glass God July 2, 2015
    Metropolitan Diary: On the No. 7 train, a poet described the obliviousness of young riders to everything but the screens of their electronic devices.
    By Jeffrey Pascal
  • New York Today: A Revolution, Relearned July 2, 2015
    Thursday: New York in the Revolution, sunshine, and another Independence Day anniversary.
    By Tatiana Schlossberg
  • Independence Day Closings in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut July 2, 2015
    Independence Day Closings in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut
    By The New York Times
  • An Earful From a Barber in Queens July 1, 2015
    Metropolitan Diary: A longtime barbershop customer got a haircut from a barber he usually avoided, and was at first bored, but then amused, by the barber's monologue.
    By Samuel L. Leiter
  • New York Today: Summer Lovin’ July 1, 2015
    Wednesday: Romantic tales, wet weather, and a good old-fashioned steak.
    By Tatiana Schlossberg
  • Language Lessons and Mom June 30, 2015
    Metropolitan Diary: When his dying mother began speaking in Italian, then Sicilian, a man recalled his struggle to learn the language.
    By Gil Fagiani
  • New York Today: Freedom From Foam June 30, 2015
    Tuesday: A ban on plastic foam, humid weather, and a leap second.
    By Tatiana Schlossberg
  • New York Today: Bursting in Air June 29, 2015
    Monday: An encyclopedia for fireworks, nearly perfect weather, and the end of a manhunt.
    By Annie Correal and Tatiana Schlossberg
  • The Erie-Lackawanna Bar Car June 29, 2015
    Metropolitan Diary: The end of "Mad Men" brought back memories of bar cars of the past, especially the New Jersey commuter line with its wicker chairs,
    By Prosper A. Bellizia
  • Knicks use last of cap cash to nab forward Kyle O’Quinn July 4, 2015
    The Knicks completed use of their $28 million cap space by inking another role-playing big man, but this one is a local product who should bring some needed toughness. Flushing’s...
  • America’s best brokers are far from Wall Street July 4, 2015
    Brokers at regional firm Edward Jones are among the happiest in America. Forget about the big guns at Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley, the archrivals that raid each other’s staffs...
  • Dear John: Solution to a fishy situation July 4, 2015
    Dear John: We need your help, please! CVS Caremark mail service is billing my husband $131.20 for Omega-3-acid (fish oil) capsules. We have the unopened bottles, but it won’t take...
  • Greece’s debt turmoil may hurt Fed’s plans July 4, 2015
    Janet Yellen and the Fed can’t contain this Greece fire. The ripple effect of the Greek vote today in the financial markets is washing ashore here — with the US...
  • Can Greece trust Alexis Tsipras? July 4, 2015
    The Greeks should be heading to the polls Sunday to decide whether Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ economic vision has any real chance of helping them get out of “default” as...
  • In My Library: Barbara Barrie July 4, 2015
    Most actresses have trouble finding work after a certain age. Not Barbara Barrie. At 84, she’s winning raves as the grandmother of a commitment-hungry gay man in “Significant Other,” through...
  • This week’s must-read books July 4, 2015
    You Don’t Have to Live Like This by Benjamin Markovits (Harper) Markovits’ novel visits the nascent revival of downtown Detroit. Adrift academic Marny signs on to a Yale hedge-funder classmate’s plan...
  • Girl killed after being struck by jumping fish July 4, 2015
    LAKE CITY, Fla. — A 5-year-old Florida girl died after a sturgeon leaped into her boat along the Suwannee River and struck her. Wildlife officials said Jaylon Rippy died after...
  • Young ISIS members execute 25 Syrian soldiers in front of audience July 4, 2015
    BEIRUT — A video has been posted online purporting to show Islamic State fighters killing some 25 Syrian government soldiers in the historic town of Palmyra in central Syria. The...
  • Why Rangers face a costly decision with Derek Stepan July 4, 2015
    It was Christmas in July for Derek Stepan but a lump of coal in Jeff Gorton’s stocking, this gift of Buffalo’s seven-year, $52 million ($7.5 million per) extension to Ryan...

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