• 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
  • One dead after shooting inside Harlem bar February 13, 2016
    Two men were shot — one fatally — inside a Harlem bar and lounge early Saturday, authorities said. The shooting occurred inside the Harlem Nights Bar at Adam Clayton Avenue near Odell Clark Place at around 3:12 a.m., cops said. A 22-year-old man, whose identity was not immediately released pending family notification, was shot twice...
  • Russia’s PM accuses West of rekindling Cold War February 13, 2016
    MUNICH — Russia’s prime minister accused the West on Saturday of rekindling the Cold War, telling a meeting of top defense officials, diplomats and national leaders that sanctions imposed after the annexation of Crimea and new moves by the NATO alliance “only aggravate” tensions. Dmitry Medvedev said Russian President Vladimir Putin told the same Munich...
  • Hillary’s real Kissinger problem is spelled P-U-T-I-N February 13, 2016
    During Thursday’s Democratic debate, Bernie Sanders attacked Hillary Clinton for boasting about the advice she’s got from Henry Kissinger. He used Kissinger’s actions in the Vietnam War era to make his point. Evidently, Sanders hasn’t been following Kissinger lately: Things he said in Moscow last week could’ve provided better ammunition. Kissinger came to the Russian...
  • Get drunk at George Washington and JFK’S watering holes February 13, 2016
    Looking for a bit of American history to help celebrate Presidents Day weekend? Here are four spots in NYC with connections to our commanders in chief. George Washington Fraunces Tavern first opened in 1762. In 1783, Gen. George Washington gave his farewell address to his troops in the upstairs Long Room. Visit the museum and...
  • How the modern presidency endangers democracy February 13, 2016
    Perplexed by today’s turbulent US political scene? Not to worry: A distinguished political scientist wrote an essay 26 years ago that anticipated our predicament with eerie explanatory power. The downside: He specialized in the causes of democratic collapse. “The Perils of Presidentialism,” by Yale University’s Juan Linz, compared the Westminster-style parliamentary system with “presidentialist” systems...
  • 5 rare dog breeds you can play with this weekend February 13, 2016
    Wag the dog. Or just shake a paw. On Saturday, New Yorkers can get up close and personal with hundreds of pups ahead of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, which takes place Monday and Tuesday. The American Kennel Club is hosting its annual Meet the Breeds where visitors can learn about — and play...
  • Megan Hilty blames Bemelman’s Bar for her early labor February 13, 2016
    Wherever “Smash” star Megan Hilty goes, the phrase “blond bombshell” tends to follow. The Upper West Sider — who’s taking time off from Broadway’s “Noises Off” to sing love songs this Valentine’s weekend with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra — tells BARBARA HOFFMAN where she and hubby Brian Gallagher find romance. “With the baby [Viola,...
  • 9 Valentine dates that are cooler than candlelit dinner February 13, 2016
    Sure, nothing says “I love you” like heart-shaped Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. But if you really want to up your game this Valentine’s Day weekend — especially for someone allergic to peanuts — look no further than these cool NYC events to impress your sweetie. Even if the temps are freezing, no reason why things...
  • Art teacher killed after manhole cover goes airborne, strikes SUV February 13, 2016
    BOSTON — A dislodged manhole cover weighing more than 200 pounds went airborne and crashed through an SUV’s windshield on a major highway, killing an art teacher as she drove to work during the Friday morning commute, authorities said. Police didn’t confirm the victim’s name Friday, but Milton Public School district identified her as Caitlin...
  • Alexandria hideout overrun by ‘walkers’ in ‘Dead’ return February 13, 2016
    ‘No one gets to clock out today.” You know the situation is desperate on “The Walking Dead” when even pompadoured uber-geek Eugene (Josh McDermitt) goes nuts, runs out and slashes putrefying skulls — inspiring his friends to do the same. Yeah, things have gone real bad in Alexandria. When the show’s sixth season resumes Sunday...

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