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Metropolitan Diary: A young woman feared the worst when a subway rider asked her an odd question, but it was about her book.
Wednesday: Election results, sun and rain, and a pop-up small batch market.
A collection of articles on Election Day spanning the New York region.
New Yorkers who voted Tuesday proudly and creatively showed off their "I Voted" stickers. Here's a selection of shots taken from neighborhoods around the city, worn by voters and even tolerated by a few pets.
Metropolitan Diary: A stranger on the subway smelled of tobacco, and suddenly, a rider was flooded with memories.
Tuesday: Voters head to the polls, a balmy day, and a visit from Henry Kissinger.
The regulations will not be in effect because of the election.
Monday: A chilly morning, the last day before elections, and vanishing billboard poetry.
Candidates worked hard on the trail as Tuesday's election loomed.
Metropolitan Diary: Two friends watch and reinvent an attempt at peacemaking in Washington Square Park.
Tell us your thoughts about the merging of 55 area parishes with neighboring churches in New York.
The yellow-rumped warbler (Setophaga coronata) overwinters farther north than any other North American wood warbler, and is very hardy.
The regulations will not be in effect because of All Saints Day.
Metropolitan Diary: A man is eating poached eggs with only his sunglasses and the contents of his pockets as companions, and devoting his time to reflecting.
Friday: Ghost tourism in Brooklyn, a cloudy day, and a beloved bar's last call.
Elsa, the ice queen in the animated movie "Frozen," has become a must-have costume for the Disney heroine's youngest fans.
Metropolitan Diary: A man recalled one memorable trick-or-treating expedition when he stumbled upon a black-tie dinner party.
Thursday: a world-class runner who is a fulltime lawyer, cooler weather, and weak sales for the governor's memoir.
A Staten Island house damaged by Hurricane Sandy that was bought back by the government was demolished on Wednesday.
Metropolitan Diary: Wolfing down a chicken kebab in Midtown, and a hot dog a block away, led to repentance by the end of the subway ride.