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A Boy’s Scream, a Door Ajar and 12 Dead in a Bronx Fire

A Boy’s Scream, a Door Ajar and 12 Dead in a Bronx Fire

Firefighters inspected a building in the Bronx on Friday where 12 people had died in a fire the night before.

In Bryant Park, 3 Million Bees, Sold From the Back of a Truck

In Bryant Park, 3 Million Bees, Sold From the Back of a Truck

Three million bees were delivered to Bryant Park in Manhattan on Friday, most for sale but some for the park’s apiary.

Nearly 6 Months on the Job, the Subway Chief Finally Meets the Mayor

Nearly 6 Months on the Job, the Subway Chief Finally Meets the Mayor

Andy Byford, who oversees New York City’s subway, after meeting with Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday, nearly six months after Mr. Byford started his job.

Review: ‘Anything Goes’ at Goodspeed Musicals in East Haddam

Review: ‘Anything Goes’ at Goodspeed Musicals in East Haddam

Rashidra Scott, as Reno Sweeney, and the cast of “Anything Goes” at Goodspeed Musicals.

How Andrew Bolton of Met Costume Institute Spends His Sundays

How Andrew Bolton of Met Costume Institute Spends His Sundays

Andrew Bolton, the curator in charge of the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, on Central Park West on a recent Sunday.

Judge Temporarily Halts Release of Police Body Camera Videos

Judge Temporarily Halts Release of Police Body Camera Videos

New York Police Commissioner James P. O’Neill has said that body cameras are necessary to increase public trust. The Police Department plans to equip all patrol officers with cameras by the end of 2018.

Marijuana: The Signature Olfactory Experience of New York

Marijuana: The Signature Olfactory Experience of New York

A 2016 rally and parade in New York in support of loosening strictures on marijuana. Had the giant blunt been real, entire neighborhoods would have smelled skunky.

In a Changing South Bronx, Residents See New Jail as Step Backward

In a Changing South Bronx, Residents See New Jail as Step Backward

A man walks across East 141st Street in the Mott Haven neighborhood of the Bronx, N.Y. on Monday, a block away from where the city plans to build a jail.

Far From the Great Lawn, Saving a Home Tied to Central Park

Far From the Great Lawn, Saving a Home Tied to Central Park

The Olmsted-Beil House in Staten Island, the one-time home of Frederick Law Olmsted, who designed Central Park with Calvert Vaux. The city bought the house about 12 years ago but it is now in disrepair.

Rising from the Ashes, Willets Point Redevelopment Will Go Forward, City Says

Rising from the Ashes, Willets Point Redevelopment Will Go Forward, City Says

Mayor Bill de Blasio struck a new deal with the original developers of Willets Point, near Citi Field, to build 1,100 apartments for low- and moderate-income New Yorkers, a school, open space and retail outlets — but no mall.

For Congestion Pricing Plan, New Support and Steadfast Critics

For Congestion Pricing Plan, New Support and Steadfast Critics

Bob Friedrich, an accountant who lives in Glen Oaks in eastern Queens, says that even a modest fee under a congestion pricing plan for people driving into Manhattan would be too much.

Full Shutdown of L Train Is Halted by Cuomo

Full Shutdown of L Train Is Halted by Cuomo

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said that workers will use a new plan to repair the tunnel between Manhattan and Brooklyn. Trains would still run at night and on weekends, but wait times would be longer.

Road Race of the Superwomen

Road Race of the Superwomen

The race organized by Orchard Street Runners is no jog in the park: runners fight traffic, and only the elite are asked to join in.

Michael Cohen Hints at Cooperating With Federal Investigators. Or Does He?

Michael Cohen Hints at Cooperating With Federal Investigators. Or Does He?

In his first interview since federal authorities raided his office and hotel room, Michael D. Cohen, the president’s longtime fixer, seemed to suggest a willingness to cooperate with federal prosecutors. “I put family and country first,” he said on ABC News.

Friday the 13th, a ‘Tattoo Holiday’

Friday the 13th, a ‘Tattoo Holiday’

Victoria Faythe, a visiting tattoo artist at Armageddon Ink Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, inked Nicole Callahan’s first tattoo on Friday the 13th.


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