|Filed Under:||United States / New York|
|Posts on Regator:||4221|
|Posts / Week:||10.9|
|Archived Since:||March 7, 2008|
Friday: A look inside carwashes, steamy weather, and Brooklyn moonshine.
Metropolitan Diary: A young woman, seated at a supermarket cafe, exchanged messages with her mother about how to act when the couple next to her is angrily arguing.
Thursday: The manhunt continues, sticky weather, and dialing 9-1-1.
Metropolitan Diary: What sounded like an angry argument turned out to be a group of postal workers cheering on a colleague.
Wednesday: Fun with your Chinese food, summery weather, and the fortune cookie.
Metropolitan Diary: Newly arrived and preparing for his family to immigrate, a man wrote to his family in Buenos Aires about a polite police officer.
Tuesday: Playing with housing, wet weather, and the manhunt continues.
Monday: An old bridge made new, thunderstorms tonight, and the history of ice cream.
Metropolitan Diary: A poem about the sights, sounds and smells of early spring: magnolia petals, baby birds, mulch and more.
Metropolitan Diary: A stranger in a Dunkin' Donuts seemed loud and scary looking, but he just wanted to address a woman of his faith.
Friday: Bright spots of street art, more clouds and the original Belmont Stakes.
Metropolitan Diary: A young, unemployed acting student was feeling depressed until he saw something worse off than he: a blue crab walking up 10th Avenue.
Thursday: Newborn falcons, overcast skies and a view from the top.
Mayor Bill de Blasio looked on as relatives of Michael Demeo, a medal recipient, shared a moment of joy on Wednesday at the 146th annual Medal Day ceremony for New York firefighters at City Hall Plaza in Manhattan.
Metropolitan Diary: A would-be exhibitionist blocked a walking path as he publicly exercised on a bench, trying hard to be noticed.
Wednesday: Mending bridges, clearing weather and the not-so-English muffin.
Metropolitan Diary: After losing one's lease, reflecting on a beloved box of brick and crumbling asbestos, with little sunlight, but memories of all-nighters, young angst and dancing.
Tuesday: Flash flooding (did we mention rain?) and awards for public servants (not rain-related).
Monday: More on three-quarter housing, pouring rain, and roller-skating from coast to coast.
Metropolitan Diary: A woman leaving for a new job bid farewell to a Midtown vendor who was confidante, comforter and friend.