• New York Today: The R Roars Back September 15, 2014
    Monday: a subway link restored, superlative weather, and last rites for a beloved tree.
    By Andy Newman and J. David Goodman
  • A Fly Trapped in an A.T.M. September 15, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: Seeing a fly trapped, helpless, behind the screen of an A.T.M. reminded a customer of a famous horror movie scene.
    By Dan Heyman
  • Cuomo and de Blasio Attend Feast of San Gennaro September 14, 2014
    Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio both enjoyed an Italian sausage at the Feast of San Gennaro in Little Italy on Saturday.
    By The New York Times
  • Big Ticket | Mansion in the Making for $45 Million September 12, 2014
    A historic building in the West Village ready to be repurposed as a single-family home was the sale of the week.
    By Robin Finn
  • Autumn in New York, 2001 September 12, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: A poetic look back at the weeks after the attacks: the posters and photographs everywhere, the desperate messages, the unanswered appeals.
    By Elaine Greene Weisburg
  • New York Today: Last Chances for Art September 12, 2014
    Friday and the weekend: exhibits closing soon, partly delightful weather, and a smell map of the city.
    By Annie Correal and Andy Newman
  • New York City’s Week in Pictures: September 12 September 12, 2014
    A slide show from the past week in New York City and the region includes images outside Joan Rivers’s memorial service and scenes from the primary election.
    By The New York Times
  • The Aftermath September 11, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: A poetic recollection of trying to donate blood after the World Trade Center attack, and wondering why the hospital seemed so empty.
    By Ephraim Lewis
  • New York Today: The City Remembers September 11, 2014
    Thursday: a Sept. 11 guide, moody weather, and the governor reviews his primary performance.
    By Annie Correal and Andy Newman
  • Stood Up? A Good Cabby Can Help September 10, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: When, already on her way downtown, a woman was told by phone that her dinner date was canceling, her cabdriver knew just what to say.
    By Elizabeth Wehrli
  • Coughlin to fans, team: You gotta believe! September 16, 2014
    The Hall of Fame coach does not kick his team when it is down, does not allow his belief in a team that never imagined another 0-2 start to waver...
  • US would retaliate if Assad’s defenses attack planes September 16, 2014
    WASHINGTON — The United States would retaliate against Syrian President Bashar Assad’s air defenses if he were to go after American planes launching airstrikes in his country, senior Obama administration...
  • Man opens fire in Danish court building September 16, 2014
    COPENHAGEN, Denmark — A person opened fire Tuesday inside a court building in the Danish capital, Copenhagen, authorities said. One man was killed and another was seriously wounded. Police said...
  • Vendors slash each other after toy copter hits one’s girlfriend September 16, 2014
    A man selling toy helicopters near Columbus Circle got into a bloody box-cutter fight with another vendor Monday when he crashed his aerial gadget into the other man’s girlfriend, cops...
  • Gillibrand: I wanted to tell colleague to go f–k himself September 16, 2014
    Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand dropped an f-bomb during an interview Monday, while trashing a loudmouth male colleague who criticized her weight. The New York Democrat said she was enraged when the...
  • $1B to modernize and repair NYC’s libraries: research September 16, 2014
    New York’s public libraries are in a state of disrepair and need more than a billion dollars in repairs, according to a local think tank. Leaky roofs, busted heating and...
  • NY Dems distance themselves from illegal immigrant legislation September 16, 2014
    Democratic leaders ran for cover Monday from legislation that would allow illegal immigrants to vote in New York and become eligible for health and other benefits now reserved for citizens....
  • New social site makes a run for the rich September 16, 2014
    The rich have a new social toy to “like.” A former conductor of the Minneapolis Philharmonic Orchestra has started a new social network that has a $9,000 buy-in — so...
  • Kimmel, Carson teaming up for ABC sitcom pilot September 16, 2014
    Jimmy Kimmel and Carson Daly are teaming for an ABC sitcom pilot — a rare cross-network project for high-profile TV hosts. The untitled pilot — about a “massively popular VJ”...
  • Commerce’s Zinser ripped in Censusgate September 16, 2014
    If Todd Zinser, the Commerce Department Inspector General, were a pork roast he’d be just about done. The heat on him is being turned up to broil. Zinser is the...

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