• 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
  • One Couple, Alone, Together April 17, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: In a quiet moment on the subway, he was reading sheet music, and she was concentrating on a book about a murder spree.
    By FRANCESCA GIACCO
  • New York Today: Chilly Critters April 17, 2014
    What you need to know for Thursday: animals sleep through the cold, mostly sunny skies, and the Port Authority’s whimsical side.
    By ANNIE CORREAL and ANDY NEWMAN
  • Rating Men in New York April 16, 2014
    Metropolitan Diary: A man was overheard talking about another in terms of ones and zeros, but he was not discussing binary code.
    By DEBORAH R. SPENCER

Victory For New York City Tenants

In a major victory for New York Citys rent stabilized tenants, New York State Supreme Court Justice Emily Jane Goodman struck down a 2008 supplemental adjustment imposed by the Rent Guidelines Board.

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