• Fall Rain: Central Park November 28, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: A poet's description of a hard rain stripping the leaves from the trees.
    By Stephen Jones
  • New York Today: Property Rights and Wrongs November 28, 2014
    Friday and the weekend: a mystery in a tree, clear but cold weather, and two boys are rescued from a snowbank.
    By Andy Newman
  • Italian Thanksgiving Shopping, a Cappella November 27, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: Amid the chaos of a popular Italian grocery two days before Thanksgiving, a cheese buyer brought the crowd to a standstill.
    By Joan Vitale
  • Ponytails and Pompoms November 26, 2014
    A poem for throngs of high-school cheerleaders and marching-band musicians in town to perform at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
    By Tim Torkildson
  • A Window Washer Looks Back November 26, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: The recollections of a man who used to work on a 30-story building in Lower Manhattan with a belt, a brush and a squeegee.
    By Richard Kopperdahl
  • New York Today: Snow Snarl November 26, 2014
    Wednesday and Thanksgiving: A wintry mess, especially north and west, but less snow in the city. Also: decent parade conditions, a firefighter saves a 6-year-old, and John Lennon's last show.
    By Andy Newman
  • Have Your Holiday Travel Plans Changed Because of the Weather? Tell Us November 25, 2014
    Has the weather forecast changed your holiday travel plans? If so, how? The Times wants to hear your story for possible inclusion in our weather coverage.
    By Marc Santora
  • The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge at 50 November 25, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: A poetic tribute to the bridge spanning the narrows between Brooklyn and Staten Island, which opened on Nov. 21, 1964.
    By J.K. McCauley
  • New York Today: A Good Time to Give November 25, 2014
    Tuesday: Holiday volunteering, the calm before the snowstorm, and a proposed ban on rabbits.
    By Annie Correal and Andy Newman
  • New York Today: Lots of Weather November 24, 2014
    Monday: warm rain and high winds, a snowy Thanksgiving Eve, a civil rights investigation of a police shooting, and protecting a two-foot salamander.
    By Andy Newman

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