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What you need to know for Wednesday: up to six inches of snow and sleet in the city, more than that inland, and an awful commute.
Metropolitan Diary: A teammate recalled the future mayor in center field on the 78th Precinct coed team in Carroll Gardens.
What you need to know for Tuesday: a messy morning commute, another storm tonight, and the mayor's comic turn on late-night TV.
We've covered how some public figures in New York are living from their elevated viewpoint, but what about you, everyday New Yorkers?
What you need to know for Monday: four to eight inches, a primer on the city's shoveling law, and a guide to post-Super Bowl goings-on.
Metropolitan Diary: A visitor to the Museum of Modern Art was moved to ask an understandable question about an unhappy child.
To get into a Super Bowl party on the West Side, checkpoints, metal detectors and pat downs had to be endured.
The Friday before the big game, celebrities rubbed elbows at Cipriani in Midtown Manhattan for the Shape & Men’s Fitness Super Bowl party.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is New York City's tallest mayor in the modern era. But just how tall is he compared to some notable New York professional athletes?
A firecracker festival in Roosevelt Park in Manhattan’s Chinatown on Friday is one of many events this weekend to mark the beginning of the Year of the Horse.
A slide show of photographs from the past week in New York City and the region. Subjects include the frozen Hudson River, a giant crane on its way to New York and scenes from Super Bowl Boulevard.
At “Mike, Mike and Mike,” Mike Ditka joined the ESPN talk show hosts Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic to discuss the Super Bowl and answer questions from the audience.
A full-floor penthouse in the Walker Tower condominium in Chelsea is the most expensive home ever sold downtown.
Gabriel Kosakoff, 87, worked for decades as a music teacher, inspiring generations of future classical and jazz headliners set to salute him at a concert at the LaGuardia High School of Music and Art and the Performing Arts.
Metropolitan Diary: An act of rudeness against a subway user whose crime was having a broken leg.
What you need to know for Friday and the Super Bowl-Lunar New Year-Groundhog Day weekend: the man behind the halftime show, warm and cloudy weather, and a professional cuddler is open for business.
The 50 Yard Lounge, in a tent wedged between two restaurants in Midtown Manhattan, is a weeklong event intended to bring together the worlds of food and sports.
Metropolitan Diary: An argument over a missing $10 turned into a scam accusation, with a surprising ending and a show of honesty.
What you need to know for Thursday: Taking advantage of empty local spaces during the Super Bowl, and a reprieve from the extreme cold.
Melissa Mark-Viverito was sworn in as speaker on Wednesday.