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Are you a firefighter? If so, Times reporters and editors want to hear about your first fire.
A slide show of photographs of the past week in New York City and the region includes a memorial in the Bronx and more than one hot day.
A full-floor apartment at the bronze-and-glass tower One Madison is the most expensive sale of the week.
The New York Times plans to publish an in-depth article about a probationary New York City firefighter this weekend. In preparation, The Times examined a selection of major fires in the area since 1776.
Metropolitan Diary: Waitresses in the Hungarian Pastry Shop in Morningside Heights tried to save a bird that had flown inside.
What you need to know for Friday and the weekend; solstice celebrations, ideal weather, medical marijuana and lower speed limits.
Metropolitan Diary: A rider with a grammarian's ear hoped that subway announcements were beginning to be worded correctly, but was soon disappointed.
What you need to know if New York for Thursday: a reverse bucket list, unsettled weather, and ban on tattooing pets.
Enddi Harris, 19, tried to keep cool while eating lunch on Wednesday at the stand where he works in Manhattan. “I just pray for the shade to move,” he said.
New York can be a city with as many gripes as highlights. Tell us what you don't want to do in New York City before you die.
Metropolitan Diary: A poetic reminder that the bright colors in May can sometimes include loneliness, sadness and poverty.
What you need to know in New York for Wednesday: the first 90-degree day, a state lawmaker's mistrial, and a move to lower speed limits.
Metropolitan Diary: A subway rider realized how wrong she had been upon recognizing the pregnant girlfriend of the man she had been having an affair with.
What you need to know in New York for Tuesday: workers lobby lawmakers for a higher minimum, sticky weather, and a singing mayor.
The Times wants to know why you love your bodega. Is it what you buy, or the people who work there? Why do you prefer it over the convenience stores you can find elsewhere?
What you need to know in New York for Monday: the Regents return, sunshine continues, and a crackdown on the roads.
Metropolitan Diary: A sharp-eyed pedestrian can pick up some good things in New York: eye drops, breath mints, a MetroCard or two.
A slide show of photographs of the past week in New York City and the region includes the Puerto Rican Day Parade, fire breathers, and a soccer game that helps unite a community.
Eastern tent caterpillars, frequently mistaken for more destructive animals, nest together at night in large webby tents and emerge during the day ready to feed.
The sale of a palatial Fifth Avenue penthouse that was the longtime home of Edgar M. Bronfman was the most expensive of the week.