The People of Central Park West Want Their Parking Spaces (Sorry, Cyclists) The city wants to carve out more space for cyclists. Opponents say the city is becoming increasingly hostile to drivers.
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How Ahmed Gallab, Sudanese-American Musician, Spends His Sundays He watches documentary films on repeat in a ‘snuggle room.’ He is also into caffeine, cookies and red velvet cupcakes.
‘I Would Like to Apologize to the Woman Driving a Subaru’ Parking karma, living where Edna St. Vincent Millay once lived and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
Man Sought in Connection With Rice Cooker Scare Is in Custody, Police Say The man was found in the Bronx on Saturday. No charges have been filed so far, the authorities said.
Inmate 76318-054: The Last Days of Jeffrey Epstein The notorious jail in Manhattan was a sharp departure from his formerly gilded life. Here’s what happened inside.
Banned on the Beach? It’s Still Nutcracker Summer Vendors think the police are cracking down on sales of the popular drink, sold from coolers around the city.
Pro Tennis Returns to the Bronx, but for How Long? The new Bronx Open, which begins Sunday at Crotona Park, is the only professional women’s event held the week before the U.S. Open.
Jeffrey Epstein Autopsy Results Show He Hanged Himself in Suicide The New York City chief medical examiner’s determination refutes conspiracy theories that he may have been murdered.
‘Sopranos’ Actress Who Accused Harvey Weinstein of Rape May Testify at His Trial To bolster their case, prosecutors want Annabella Sciorra to take the stand, even though Mr. Weinstein is not charged with assaulting her.
Customs Computer Failure Snarls Passengers at U.S. Airports Officials said service was restored after about two hours but travelers then faced long waits to be processed.
Rice Cookers That Prompted Bomb Scare in Subway Investigated as ‘Hoax Devices’ The police are seeking a man who was seen leaving the appliances at Fulton Street station. But they cautioned that his intent wasn’t clear.
Ernie Colón, Comic Book Artist Who Drew 9/11, Dies at 88 His art captured the whimsy of Richie Rich, the fantasy realms of Amethyst and the horror of the terrorist attacks.
Why a .2 Billion Gambling Mecca Has Fallen on Hard Times New York’s newest casinos are already struggling for survival, as an oversaturated market has cannibalized gaming revenue.
Lead Crisis in Newark Grows, as Bottled Water Distribution Is Bungled Worries about the safety of the drinking water in New Jersey’s largest city have raised comparisons to Flint, Mich.
Trump Tower on Obama Avenue: 290,000 Say Yes, but It Won’t Happen Even in deep blue New York, there are limits to trolling President Trump.