• New York Beats Los Angeles for Funerals November 21, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: A Los Angeles resident found it odd that his city is cheaper to live in but more costly to die in than New York.
    By David Tulanian
  • New York Today: A Bridge’s Birthday November 21, 2014
    Friday and the weekend: The Verrazano turns 50, freezing weather gradually warms, and the week in pictures.
    By Annie Correal and Andy Newman
  • Seeking Acts of Kindness During the Buffalo-Area Snowstorm November 20, 2014
    During this barrage of snow and warnings, friends and strangers have bravely ventured out to help those in need. Have you seen any unselfish acts? Tell us.
    By The New York Times
  • Snippets of the Unexpected November 20, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: Two visitors overheard interesting fragments of conversations in the subway and songs on the street.
    By George Bohmfalk
  • New York Today: Plastic Bag Talk November 20, 2014
    Thursday: Weighing in on a 10-cent plastic bag fee, a warmer day, and a silent performance group.
    By Annie Correal
  • Remembering Smith’s Bar and Grill November 19, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: A seedy Midtown bar, which has just closed, had memories for a former law student at Fordham and his opera-loving father.
    By Ray Camiscioli
  • New York Today: Wicked Cold November 19, 2014
    Wednesday: single-digit wind chills, a new marijuana policy takes effect, and Al Sharpton's tax issues.
    By Andy Newman
  • A City Girl Confronts Country Silence November 18, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: On a summer vacation, Michigan at night proved eerily quiet to a teenager who had grown up near Queens Boulevard.
    By Laura Weiss Petruska
  • New York Today: Thanksgiving Patterns November 18, 2014
    Tuesday: Our holiday habits according to Google, blistering cold, and the end of pay phones.
    By Annie Correal
  • A Little Help Amid the First Hints of Winter November 18, 2014
    New York Cares opened its 26th annual coat drive at the Bowery Mission on the Lower East Side.
    By The New York Times
  • Daily Blotter November 23, 2014
    Brooklyn A 64-year-old Italian tourist was robbed on a subway train in Brooklyn Heights. The victim was on a 2 train at 5:15 p.m. Monday when a thief roughed him...
  • A job for super ego November 23, 2014
    The short bios in the Post and other places featuring immigrants who are in the United State illegally were fascinating. I was struck by their courage to leave their homelands,...
  • Alec Baldwin’s stalker back at it day after release from jail: cops November 23, 2014
    She’s drawn to him like a moth to a flame — and ­apparently doesn’t care that she’ll be burned again. Just a day after Genevieve Sabourin was sprung from Rikers...
  • Nets get master class from Spurs in another loss November 23, 2014
    SAN ANTONIO — The Nets have spent the past several weeks talking about the need to learn one another, and the new systems coach Lionel Hollins is installing. Saturday night,...
  • Mom trapped in snowstorm writes goodbye letters to her kids November 23, 2014
    A mother trapped in her car under a mountain of snow wrote goodbye letters to her children, fearing she would not survive Buffalo’s epic winter storm. “It felt like I...
  • Cleveland cop shoots child holding fake gun November 23, 2014
    CLEVELAND — Police say a 12-year-old boy brandishing what turned out to be a fake gun at a Cleveland recreation center was shot and wounded by a responding officer. Cleveland’s...
  • Knicks snag ugly victory over horrible 76ers in Calderon return November 23, 2014
    Imagine low tide in August, a herring left unattended for upwards of a month, the physical result of combining pints of scotch, gin and vodka with a six pack. Imagine...
  • 3 ways to spice up your trimmings this Turkey Day November 23, 2014
    Add a dash of sophistication to your Thanksgiving meal with top toques’ delicious twists on classic sides. Red onions with walnut salsa Forget the old creamy onion casserole. London chef...
  • Why NeNe Leakes may leave ‘Housewives’ for Broadway November 23, 2014
    In the intro to season 5 of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” NeNe Leakes proclaimed, “I have arrived, and the spotlight is on me, honey!” With the larger-than-life reality star’s...
  • Islanders pop Penguins again, gain tie for first place November 23, 2014
    Meet your first-place New York Islanders. Well, tied for it, at least. Following Saturday’s emphatic 4-1 triumph over the Penguins at Coliseum, the Isles finished a back-to-back, home-and-home sweep of...

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