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The bright sulfur shelf mushroom, known as the chicken of the woods, grows in the New York region from April to November.
Friday and the weekend: an art show protests a crackdown on artists, good-bad-good weather, and new sex-assault rules at state colleges.
The park, it turns out, harbors hundreds of distinct microscopic wildernesses, in part because it is so heavily managed by people.
Metropolitan Diary: A woman described the nervousness she and her companion felt wandering through the Museum of Modern Art and wondering what would happen.
Thursday: a city of report cards, more moody weather, and the mayor's house for rent.
A scene from outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art on a cloudy Wednesday in New York.
The death of Maria Fernandes, 32, who juggled three jobs and died Aug. 25 as she napped between Dunkin' Donuts shifts, was an accident, the authorities said.
Metropolitan Diary: A distinguished hotel's take on a fancy-looking beer that came all the way across the East River.
Wednesday: A festival for every taste, clouds stick around, and it's National Kale Day.
An article about a man charged with animal cruelty who is about to go on trial attracted more than 1,600 comments on The Times's website, and 790 comments on Facebook.
We've got a radar gun now. Tell us what moving objects in the city you'd like us to measure.
Metropolitan Diary: A museum visitor knew she was hard of hearing, but she didn't expect an exchange with a stranger to turn into mumbles and shrieks.
Tuesday: A higher wage for more workers, scattered sprinkles, and rescue animals get a cardinal's blessing.
Monday: Cyclists versus reporters in Central Park, more warm weather, and it's National Coffee Day.
Metropolitan Diary: A former Manhattanite, now in Los Angeles, enclosed a letter to New York's Plate Surrender Department about what she and her plates had been through.
We asked readers of NYTimes.com to send us monarch butterfly photographs.
Taking in the warm weather at Hudson River Park in Manhattan on Friday.
A SoHo duplex penthouse owned by Kelly Ripa and her husband, Mark Consuelos, is the sale of the week.
"A History of New York in 101 Objects" explores the transformative, quirky, surprising and provocative artifacts that have defined the city over four centuries.
Metropolitan Diary: A passenger marvels as the simple act of using a wheelchair ramp on the bus, once a contentious subject, proceeds like clockwork.