• Please Note: The N.Y. Today and Metropolitan Diary Columns Are Not Going Away October 27, 2015
    The City Room blog is going dark, but the features that appeared on it, like New York Today and Metropolitan Diary, are continuing as ever.
    By The New York Times
  • City Room, a Blog With a Broad Mandate, Is Retiring October 26, 2015
    Eight years, 20,000 posts and perhaps 100 million clicks later, City Room sails off into the sunset.
    By Andy Newman
  • No Cheating at Zabar’s October 25, 2015
    Metropolitan Diary: An old hand at the delicatessen's waiting line caught a newly arrived customer trying to use someone's discarded ticket.
    By Heidi Olson
  • Discovering New York Together October 23, 2015
    Metropolitan Diary: An autumn romance, including meeting on the F train platform in Brooklyn, hitting the greenmarket and the zoo, and letting a tourist take their picture.
    By Adele P.
  • After 82 Years, No More Driving October 22, 2015
    Metropolitan Diary: The day he sold his final car and gave up his keys, a 93-year-old was flooded with memories, starting with Pop's lessons behind the wheel.
    By Dawes Potter
  • Dating on a Budget in the 1960s October 21, 2015
    Metropolitan Diary: Dinner, a cruise and ground transportation, courtesy of the subway system, Chinatown and the Staten Island Ferry, could add up to very little 50 years ago.
    By Ivan Berger
  • Grieving With a Firefighter October 20, 2015
    Metropolitan Diary: A remembrance of a somber commute downtown nine days after the 9/11 attacks, when a firefighter boarded the subway in full dress uniform.
    By Helen Malmgren
  • The River Watchers October 18, 2015
    Metropolitan Diary: Canoeing around Manhattan at night, a man discovered eyes on the water from every available viewing spot, no matter how decrepit the pier or how late the hour.
    By Peter Tiso
  • ‘Is That Your Money?’ October 16, 2015
    Metropolitan Diary: A sleepy-looking commuter on the G train seemed strangely unconcerned about a folded $100 bill lying in front of him.
    By Phoebe Chao
  • Almost Missing Summer October 15, 2015
    Metropolitan Diary: As the writer awoke in the October chill, she began to romanticize summer, then remembered what it had been really like.
    By Jessica Fu
  • This gigantic tiger shark loves the South Carolina coast May 27, 2016
    HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. — It seems a huge tiger shark named Chessie likes the South Carolina coast. Local news outlets report the 1,400-pound shark tagged a year ago was caught again this week off Hilton Head Island by the same fisherman. Fisherman Chip Michalove first caught Chessie, named for the nearby Chechessie River, in...
  • Shipwreck uncovered in the middle of Boston May 27, 2016
    BOSTON — A shipwreck from the 1800s has been uncovered during construction in Boston’s Seaport District. City archaeologist Joe Bagley said it’s the first time a shipwreck has been found in that section of the city, a trendy waterfront area with office buildings, expensive condos and upscale restaurants. The vessel was uncovered last week during...
  • The gorgeous NYC skyscraper gardens you never see May 27, 2016
  • Johnny Manziel: ‘Friends and family with me’ May 27, 2016
    More parties, no problem. TMZ caught up with Johnny Manziel in New York on Thursday, and he seemed to be at ease despite pleas from his loved ones to seek help immediately. “My friends and family, they’re alright, they’re with me,” Manziel said as his posse trailed close behind. The hard-partying 23-year-old reportedly chugged champagne behind...
  • Climate change will erase these iconic spots from the face of the Earth May 27, 2016
    The Statue of Liberty, Stonehenge, the canals of Venice — they’re among the iconic tourist attractions we all have on our travel bucket lists. But now, getting to enjoy them could be more of a question of how long they — not we — are around. Those attractions are among the 31 protected sites that...
  • Why it was so hard for Baylor to do the obvious with Art Briles May 27, 2016
    The only thing more astonishing than the rise of Baylor football was Baylor’s decision Thursday to fire the architect of that rise. Art Briles is out as coach after the school no longer could look the other way as far too many of his players raped and plundered off the field while Briles turned the...
  • ‘Blue Lives Matter’ bill makes attacks on cops a hate crime May 27, 2016
    Louisiana’s governor signed a first-of-its-kind bill Thursday afternoon that makes it a hate crime to target police officers and first responders. Called the “Blue Lives Matter” bill, the measure expands the state’s hate crime law to include law enforcement officers, firefighters and other emergency medical services personnel. “The overarching message is that hate crimes will...
  • Russians weren’t the only ones cheating at the Olympics May 27, 2016
    LONDON — Nearly two dozen athletes tested positive in reanalysis of their doping samples from the 2012 London Olympics, adding to the more than 30 already caught in retesting from the 2008 Beijing Games. The International Olympic Committee said Friday that 23 athletes from five sports and six countries had positive findings in retests with...
  • ‘Groundhog Day’ actress Angela Paton dies at age 86 May 27, 2016
    Paton was in hospice care after a recent heart attack.

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