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Metropolitan Diary: On the sidewalk, as an old man sings a Righteous Brothers classic, a woman endures her little boy as he throws a tantrum.
Friday: Opening day at the Whitney, leftover April showers, and the city defends police tactics.
Metropolitan Diary: Comparing the joy of a song with the forgettable souvenirs he bought, a visitor regretted not tipping a singer at Grand Central Terminal.
Thursday: Wily coyotes, a stunning day, and dozens arrested in protests.
Metropolitan Diary: A grown child in New York keeps in touch with a single father through a brief call once every couple of months.
The Big City Book Club will meet online tonight at 6:30 Eastern time to discuss Russell Shorto’s book, "The Island at the Center of the World," a selection nominated by readers.
Metropolitan Diary: A poet ruminates on his occupation and that of the hard-working woman who is cleaning his house.
Tuesday: Bodega masterpieces, breezy weather and Hudson River life forms.
Marchers on the Brooklyn Bridge Sunday condemned the February indictment of Peter Liang, 28, in the fatal shooting of an unarmed man in a Brooklyn housing project in November.
The annual Sakura Matsuri Festival was held over the weekend at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Metropolitan Diary: Conversation on a stoop ranges from small (first names, day jobs), to very large (the nature of God, and where we're all going).
The I Lift New York Super Crane, brought in to help build the replacement Tappan Zee Bridge, on Friday made its inaugural lift: a pile cap.
Metropolitan Diary: Elation turned to disappointment as one reader watched what she thought was a bird of prey outside her window.
Friday and the weekend: Mets surging, unseasonable cold, and a coyote still on the loose.
Metropolitan Diary: When a jogger twisted her ankle five miles from her home and really needed an ice pack, her husband went looking.
Thursday: Poems on demand, fingers crossed for no rain, and subway beauty queens.
Metropolitan Diary: Poetic word pictures of twilight on Central Park West, concrete and soul in Harlem, and Parisian dazzle in Greenwich Village.
Wednesday: Earth Day, surprise -- it's raining, and the results are in.
A jogger, undeterred, near the Manhattan Bridge on Tuesday. Thunderstorms are predicted for the New York area on Wednesday.
Metropolitan Diary: Is Amsterdam east or west of Broadway? One woman's mental map of the West Side failed her when she tried to give helpful directions.