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|Archived Since:||March 7, 2008|
Thursday: Saying goodbye to Jon, perfect weather, and the Voting Rights Act.
The funeral for Frank Musella, 37, a New York City sanitation officer who died on the job, was held in Brooklyn on Wednesday.
Metropolitan Diary: Three elderly women waiting for the bus have a frank discussion of things their grandmothers would not have discussed.
Wednesday: Sinkholes and more, sunny weather, and tips for city gardening.
Metropolitan Diary: After 14 years, an ex-New Yorker revisiting Grand Central Terminal encountered a former fellow commuter.
Tuesday: The heat wave is ending (but not until tomorrow), it's still hot, and local songbirds.
Monday: The Mets rally, it's still hot, and honoring James Baldwin.
Metropolitan Diary: A good word for the isolation that lasts for a few blocks on the subway: no cellphone service, no tweets, and time to read.
Metropolitan Diary: From the long early journey to the abrupt end around the bend, a road race becomes a metaphor of life to a participant.
Friday and the weekend: Herman Melville's birthday, more heat, and a blue moon.
A man tried to protect his clothes as he crossed 26th Street at Fifth Avenue in Manhattan on Thursday. Forecasters say Friday will be sunny, with a high in the 90s.
The Times is asking readers to submit a 15-second video of a person age 85 and older answering that age-old question.
Metropolitan Diary: A Canadian visitor who appreciated the availability of the restrooms in the Trump Tower got a chance to thank the Great Man personally.
Thursday: Restaurant Week, more heat, and a holiday sweet.
Metropolitan Diary: Riding in a crowded elevator up to an art gallery in Chelsea, a woman in her 70s recognized the familiar smell of marijuana.
Wednesday: Heat wave tips, local clips, and artsy trips.
Metropolitan Diary: A couple of riders carefully prevented a scruffy man, sleeping in pajamas, from falling out of the train with his suitcase.
Tuesday: La Guardia's makeover, Bloomberg's new digs, and New York's first mass civil rights protest.
Metropolitan Diary: Learning in mid-commute that his mother had died, a man had to make a good many phone calls at Grand Central Terminal.
Metropolitan Diary: A woman complained that her boyfriend had hit her with an ax, but the doctor discovered something different.