|Filed Under:||United States / New York|
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|Archived Since:||March 7, 2008|
Tuesday: Steady rain and high winds, the royal couple ends their visit, and life-size gingerbread houses.
Demonstrators seeking a new inquiry into Eric Garner’s death staged a “die-in,” left, at City Hall on Monday.
Monday: The British have come, a very cold morning, and a gathering of mayors.
The Jolly Holidays Caroling Company performed outside of Cafe Edison at a rally to protest the eviction of the cafe at 228 West 47th Street in Manhattan.
Metropolitan Diary: At Katy's Delicatessen in Hell's Kitchen, Grandma Katy relentlessly talked unmarried patrons into tying the knot.
Demonstrations focused on fatal police encounters continued on Saturday, with a rally at the Louis H. Pink Houses in Brooklyn to protest the fatal shooting of Akai Gurley there and a grand jury’s decision not to indict an officer in the death of Eric Garner.
Metropolitan Diary: A woman wondered if she had done the right thing in giving a homeless-looking man money for a Chinese meal.
Friday and the weekend: Eric Garner protests continue, rain starts tonight, and bridge and tunnel tolls rise.
Metropolitan Diary: The author of a novel about a hamsa, a Middle Eastern charm, decided she needed one to display.
Thursday: More protests are planned in the wake of the Eric Garner decision, fair weather, and your chance to get a Nobel Prize.
Updates on a grand jury's decision not to indict the police officer who caused the death of a Staten Island man by putting him in a chokehold.
Metropolitan Diary: A patron of short stature at the old Roxy decided to take offense at an usher's innocent offer of help.
Wednesday: A decline in crime, wet weather, and the Rockefeller Christmas Tree lights up.
Metropolitan Diary: A poet sees a flock of blackbirds settling on wires and imagines judges in their robes or people watching a parade.
Tuesday: The story of our street trees, snow and sleet, and it's Giving Tuesday.
Monday: The holiday season goes into effect, warm but cloudy, and it's World AIDS Day.
Metropolitan Diary: A woman followed the seasons, and the progress of an acquaintance, through the ups and downs of his flower display.
Cranberries, a fruit that helped the European settlers cure scurvy, are sometimes found growing wild in New York City.
Metropolitan Diary: A poet's description of a hard rain stripping the leaves from the trees.
Friday and the weekend: a mystery in a tree, clear but cold weather, and two boys are rescued from a snowbank.