• Communication Failure at the Museum September 30, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: A museum visitor knew she was hard of hearing, but she didn't expect an exchange with a stranger to turn into mumbles and shrieks.
    By Janet Brof
  • New York Today: The Living Wage Law Expands September 30, 2014
    Tuesday: A big move for the mayor, scattered sprinkles, and rescue animals get a cardinal's blessing.
    By Annie Correal
  • New York Today: In Central Park, With a Speed Gun September 29, 2014
    Monday: Cyclists vs. reporters in Central Park, more warm weather, and remembering Brooklyn's sociable bandits.
    By Annie Correal and Andy Newman
  • Surrendering a New York License Plate September 29, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: A former Manhattanite, now in Los Angeles, enclosed a letter to New York's Plate Surrender Department about what she and her plates had been through.
    By Sarah Tuft
  • A Virtual Butterfly Hunt September 27, 2014
    We asked readers of NYTimes.com to send us monarch butterfly photographs.
    By The New York Times
  • Don’t Put the Sunblock Away Just Yet September 26, 2014
    Taking in the warm weather at Hudson River Park in Manhattan on Friday.
    By The New York Times
  • Big Ticket | Penthouse With Star Power for $20 Million September 26, 2014
    A SoHo duplex penthouse owned by Kelly Ripa and her husband, Mark Consuelos, is the sale of the week.
    By Robin Finn
  • Artifacts That Encapsulate New York City September 26, 2014
    "A History of New York in 101 Objects" explores the transformative, quirky, surprising and provocative artifacts that have defined the city over four centuries.
    By Sam Roberts
  • Wheelchair Bus Choreography September 26, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: A passenger marvels as the simple act of using a wheelchair ramp on the bus, once a contentious subject, proceeds like clockwork.
    By Madeline Dreifus
  • New York Today: A Sailor’s Life on Staten Island September 26, 2014
    Friday and the weekend: Free museums, extra-bright weather, heroics from Derek Jeter, and the enduring mystery of the dropped groundhog.
    By Annie Correal, Andy Newman and Emily S. Rueb

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