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|Archived Since:||March 7, 2008|
Monday: A coat drive returns, rain, and the Bergdorf Goodman holiday windows are revealed.
Metropolitan Diary: A toddler being pushed in her stroller on the Upper West Side made it clear what she thought of her attendant's behavior.
The blunt-lobed cliff fern and the smooth cliff brake are part of a “novel ecosystem” above an old viaduct on Park Avenue in Manhattan.
Metropolitan Diary: When a neighbor went on vacation, a friend discovered that taking care of her cat was an ideal nonpaying occupation.
Friday: Life inside a clock tower, clearing and cold, and an alarm clock for a tardy mayor.
Metropolitan Diary: After cautiously surveying the seating possibilities in her subway car, a woman took a spot, only to discover a fellow New Jersey transplant she knew well.
Thursday: plunging temperatures and snowflakes, mayoral tardiness, and an $82 million Warhol.
A man, a dame, a 1950s book cover: "Tough Kid From Brooklyn." Tell us how the story begins. It's City Room’s 2014 New York Pulp Fiction Contest.
Metropolitan Diary: Moving from Queens to Brooklyn, the author likened it to his grandfather's moving from Russia to the Lower East side a century ago.
Wednesday: A proposal to end texting while biking, a foggy morning, and the anniversary of Flight 587.
Has the emphasis on the importance of home cooking inspired you or frustrated you? Tell us. The New York Times is seeking working parents who cook family meals, or don't, on a regular basis.
Metropolitan Diary: A day after Dr. Craig Spencer became New York City's first Ebola patient, a Harlem neighbor chronicled the change in atmosphere.
Tuesday: The Veterans Day parade, balmy weather, and Dr. Spencer goes home.
The regulations will not be in effect because of Veterans Day.
Monday: A new station downtown, mild weather, and Veterans Day events.
Metropolitan Diary: The secret word is that the composer Marvin Hamlisch, a good friend of Groucho Marx's, was given the celebrated duck from "You Bet Your Life."
Metropolitan Diary: A lawyer in an elevator at Surrogate's Court in Manhattan suddenly realized that she was surrounded not by court clerks, but by a cast of familiar faces.
Friday: The week in pictures, gusty but clearing, and a very big tree comes to town.
Metropolitan Diary: A father overheard his eighth-grade daughter use lingo he had never heard in referring to an Upper East Side high school.
Thursday: preparing for the new lower speed limit, foul weather, and an admission from A-Rod.