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Tuesday: A budget focused on public safety, some sun, and a week with no murders.
Monday: The mayor presents the budget, and freezing rain, sleet and snow.
Because of inclement weather, alternate-side street-cleaning regulations will be suspended in New York City on Monday. Other regulations will remain in effect.
Metropolitan Diary: The late-January snowstorm reminded a man of the blizzard of 1947, a long walk in the snow and the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
The bufflehead (Bucephala albeola) is a tiny, tough little duck, with a tight, stocky body that is well proportioned and beautifully suited to a life diving for food along the frigid shoreline of the Atlantic.
Metropolitan Diary: Exiting Central Park, a driver was cut off by another car, which had a very appropriate license plate.
Friday: Photographing the debris left by the Williamsburg fire, frigid weather, and it's Alligators in the Sewer Day.
Tunga Takavarasha of Ditmas Park, Brooklyn, and his father, Bernard Takavarasha, visiting from Zimbabwe, took a walk on the Coney Island beach on Thursday.
Metropolitan Diary: A few moments after seeing an old acquaintance in front of a supermarket, a man saw him inside being relieved of his hidden goods by security guards.
Thursday: service restored on Metro-North, rain and snow and falling temperatures, and a hearing on the Eric Garner grand jury minutes.
Metropolitan Diary: A woman waiting for a bus was surprised and grateful when a utility worker, about to begin street drilling, approached her.
Wednesday: the latest on Tuesday night's deadly crash, and milder weather.
Because of snow removal, alternate-side street-cleaning regulations will be suspended in New York City through Saturday.
Metropolitan Diary: A woman recorded her inner voice while putting up with a loudmouthed, sexist fellow rider on a packed subway platform.
New York Today: A very cold morning, the No. 7 is running, and the mayor delivers the State of the City address.
Monday: A treacherous commute, schools will open, and it's Groundhog Day.
A haiku writer and other creative types shared their suspicions about the cause of a fire that tore through a warehouse in the Williamsburg neighborhood.
Metropolitan Diary: A poem about winter weather conditions that turn pedestrians into acrobats and drivers into bumper-car operators.
The fire at a records storage company, visible from miles away, was fed by boxes of paper records.
Aude Back de Surany, center, of France, was among the C train passengers in Manhattan on Friday after uptown service on the line was restored. A power failure downtown had interrupted service.