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Keana Durrant and James Thomas enjoyed the sun on the Brooklyn Heights promenade on Tuesday. Spring starts on Thursday.
Metropolitan Diary: A passer-by, surprised at a person's sense of childlike wonder, was courteous as well as generous.
What you need to know for Tuesday: softball season begins, plenty of sunshine, and a basketball giant returns to New York.
The St. Patrick’s Day parade marched its way up Fifth Avenue in Manhattan past a cheering crowd and protesters.
What you need to know for Monday: a snowstorm misses us, chilly parade weather, and everything you've always wondered about roast ducks in restaurant windows.
Metropolitan Diary: A sprawling napper insisted to crowded standees that the subway car was his private bedroom.
A slide show of photographs of the past week in New York City and the region includes snow removal in Bryant Park, a restored landmark in Brooklyn and the aftermath of an explosion in East Harlem.
The newly single media tycoon Rupert Murdoch closes on a downtown triplex penthouse, delivered raw so he can create his own design.
Metropolitan Diary: An elderly woman, bundled up against the snow, found an inspiring use for one of her two canes.
What you need to know for Friday: flowers survive the cold snap, warmer weather today, more snow coming, and searches continue in East Harlem.
Metropolitan Diary: In the 1940s, a knish from a mobile vendor was one of the few street-food options for schoolchildren.
What you need to know for Thursday: a return to winter temperatures, and the aftermath of a deadly building collapse.
The M.T.A. said that Metro-North Railroad service into and out of Grand Central Terminal would remain snarled until further notice.
Metropolitan Diary: One driver had a novel use for snow, heaving it back into the parking space he had just shoveled out.
What you need to know for Wednesday: a rainy day, a workshop for street trees, and a mayoral selfie.
The Spanish company contracted in 2006 to install public toilets around the city says it must wait for the Transportation Department to approve the sites -- a complicated process.
Metropolitan Diary: A young woman guided a newcomer from Italy in the right direction on the subway, leaving a permanent impression.
What you need to know for Tuesday: an intra-borough border war, balmy weather, and a runaway boy returns.
At 6:30 p.m., join an online discussion of Jay McInerney's "Bright Lights, Big City" with Gary Shteyngart and Ginia Bellafante tonight.
What you need to know for Monday: evening light returns, cloudy skies, and the city is sued over charter schools.