|Filed Under:||United States / New York|
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|Archived Since:||March 7, 2008|
A hoax article about a roller-coaster crash opens a window onto the weird world of untrue news.
Metropolitan Diary: The Parisian lovers' fad of attaching a padlock to a bridge has come to the Hudson River, but one couple appeared to be hedging.
Wednesday: Golden days, the mayor plays softball, and a vegetable version of the Manhattan skyline.
Preschoolers racing at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza on the East Side of Manhattan on Tuesday. Autumn arrives next week.
Metropolitan Diary: Told that her favorite bagel place was out of poppy seed and that the owner had died, a shopper made her priorities clear.
Tuesday: The Yankees' fading hopes, rain then sun, and a Beastie Boy builds a fancy house.
Monday: a subway link is restored, superlative weather, and a long night for marooned jet-skiers.
Metropolitan Diary: Seeing a fly trapped, helpless, behind the screen of an A.T.M. reminded a customer of a famous horror movie scene.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio both enjoyed an Italian sausage at the Feast of San Gennaro in Little Italy on Saturday.
A historic building in the West Village ready to be repurposed as a single-family home was the sale of the week.
Metropolitan Diary: A poetic look back at the weeks after the attacks: the posters and photographs everywhere, the desperate messages, the unanswered appeals.
Friday and the weekend: exhibits closing soon, partly delightful weather, and a smell map of the city.
A slide show from the past week in New York City and the region includes images outside Joan Rivers’s memorial service and scenes from the primary election.
Metropolitan Diary: A poetic recollection of trying to donate blood after the World Trade Center attack, and wondering why the hospital seemed so empty.
Thursday: a Sept. 11 guide, moody weather, and the governor reviews his primary performance.
Metropolitan Diary: When, already on her way downtown, a woman was told by phone that her dinner date was canceling, her cabdriver knew just what to say.
Wednesday: Primary results, humidity returns, and the million dollar parking spot.
Metropolitan Diary: After 20 years of passing each other on a Brooklyn block several times a week, two women introduced themselves.
Tuesday: Primary Election Day, cloudy skies, and Honey Week gets underway.
Today is the 350th anniversary of the surrender of Dutch New Amsterdam to the British and the settlement’s renaming as New York; no official commemoration is planned.