• The Stations of the Cross in Red Hook April 19, 2014
    A cross was prepared for the Good Friday procession at the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church of Red Hook, Brooklyn, on Friday. The Gothic church, built in 1855, is still struggling to make repairs from the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.
    By THE NEW YORK TIMES
  • Readers Share Their Memories of 50 Years Ago in Queens April 19, 2014
    The Times asked readers to share their memories of the 1964 New York World’s Fair. Here is an edited selection of those stories.
    By THE NEW YORK TIMES
  • The World’s Fairgrounds, Then and Now April 18, 2014
    A few structures from the fair stand in good condition; others have have fallen into disrepair or have been reinvented.
    By THE NEW YORK TIMES
  • Week in Pictures for April 18 April 18, 2014
    A slide show of photographs of the past week in New York City and the region includes a spring scene at Brooklyn Botanic Garden, a meat market in the East Village and the funeral for a New York police officer.
    By THE NEW YORK TIMES
  • In the Works of García Márquez, Finding a Link to Home April 18, 2014
    The death of Gabriel García Márquez set off a flurry of obituaries and appraisals, as well as appreciations from Latin American readers in New York who grew up in the world Mr. García Márquez described.
    By ANNIE CORREAL
  • Big Ticket | Light-Grabbing Penthouse for $42 Million April 18, 2014
    A 12-room penthouse with panoramic park views in the venerable Prasada co-op building.
    By ROBIN FINN
  • In the Bronx, a Tribute to a Salsa Singer April 18, 2014
    Muralists are honoring the singer Cheo Feliciano, who died Thursday in a car accident in Puerto Rico.
    By THE NEW YORK TIMES
  • Sympathy for a Rat April 18, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: Empathy with a dirty rodent created a lingering sense of guilt about why there was no similar feeling for the homeless.
    By MARTIN BUNIS
  • New York Today: Surviving Spring Break April 18, 2014
    What you need to know for Friday and Easter weekend: a guide for children, sunny skies, and a deal with transit workers.
    By ANNIE CORREAL and ANDY NEWMAN
  • Meat Market Has Its Loyalists, Even if They Shop Only Once a Year April 17, 2014
    East Village Meat Market, opened by Julian Baczynsky in 1970 and a vestige of the old Eastern European community, is contending with scores of customers at its busiest time of year, the weeks just before Easter.
    By MEGHAN GOURLEY

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