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How ‘Blue Bloods’ and Other Shows Resumed Filming in Pandemic N.Y.C.

“Just the Covid division alone for each production could be up to 40 people,” said Doug Steiner, the chief executive of Steiner Studios,...

How de Blasio Backed Himself Into a Corner on Closing Schools

It was just hours before Mayor Bill de Blasio would reveal that New York City had reached a test positivity rate that would...

Coronavirus in N.Y.: Latest Updates

Weather: Sunny but chilly. High in the upper 40s. Alternate-side parking: In effect until Thursday (Thanksgiving Day). For months, New York City...

Pandemic’s Fiscal Toll on New York City: 5 Takeaways

New York City has lost more than 24,000 people to the coronavirus — a devastating toll that could rise substantially as a second...

The Last Word: David N. Dinkins

new video loaded: The Last Word: David N. DinkinstranscriptBacktranscriptThe Last Word: David N. DinkinsThe first African-American mayor of New York on his...

Giuliani Is Among First Public Figures to Commemorate David Dinkins

Rudolph W. Giuliani was among the first major figures to commemorate the former New York City mayor David N. Dinkins, who died late...

David N. Dinkins, New York’s First Black Mayor, Dies at 93

Mr. Dinkins and his wife settled in Harlem, where her father, Daniel L. Burrows, was a real estate and insurance broker with political...

Cuomo Invited His Mother for Thanksgiving. New Yorkers Noticed.

ALBANY, N.Y. — For days, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has been preaching a message of sacrifice during the holidays, warning New Yorkers that...

Emergency Hospital Reopening on Staten Island to Handle 2nd Wave

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said on Monday that New York would reopen an emergency hospital on Staten Island to address a new surge...

A Filipino Kitchen Opened by Busy Nurses Who Wanted Breakfast

The restaurant was opened in August by three Filipino New Yorkers: Jude Canela, Maricris Dinopol and Joan Calanog. All three are nurses at...

As Customers Move Online, So Does the Holiday Shopping Season

The holidays will look different at Macy’s this year. The Thanksgiving Day parade will proceed without spectators, and Santa Claus will not be...

Met Museum Appoints Chief Diversity Officer

The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced on Monday that it is appointing its first chief diversity officer, Lavita McMath Turner.The search for the...

Small Social Gatherings Aren’t Driving the Virus Surge (So Far)

An analysis of nearly 800 nursing homes in six states experiencing the biggest surges, including North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin, found that...

Buffalo Diocese Accused of Yearslong Cover-Up of Sexual Abuse

The New York attorney general’s office on Monday accused the Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo and three bishops connected to it of violating...

‘Vision Zero’ Leader Is the Latest to Leave New York Mayor’s Team

Progress has not come without some backsliding. It’s hard to find anyone, Ms. Trottenberg included, who thinks the city will achieve zero fatalities...

1 Woman Is Killed and 6 Others Are Wounded in Brooklyn Mass Shooting

One woman was killed and six other people were wounded, including a 14-year-old girl, when at least two people opened fire at a...

In a Pandemic, Even Minimalists Need Space

For years, Erin Boyle wrote about living in a tiny apartment on her blog, “Reading My Tea Leaves,” detailing the creative, thrifty ways...

Electric Scooters Are Now Legal in New York. But Are They Safe?

“It couldn’t come at a better time during this Covid era,” Councilman Fernando Cabrera, who sponsored the measure, said in a recent interview....

Nail Salons, Lifeline for Immigrants, Have Lost Half Their Business

On most days, Juyoung Lee is the only person inside Beverly Nail Studio, the salon that she owns in Flushing, Queens. It is...

Sex Club Party for 80 Is Shut Down as Sheriff Targets Illegal Gatherings

By midnight on Saturday, about 80 guests had crowded into a sex club in Queens to drink and party. At around the same...

The U.S. Has Lots of Ventilators — but Too Few Specialists to Mind Them

A burst of production solved the dire shortage that defined the first wave of Covid. But the surplus may not be enough to...

Homes That Sold for Around $450,000

Each week, our survey of recent residential sales in New York City and the surrounding region focuses on homes that sold around a...

New York City Hit a 3% Positive Test Rate. Or Did It?

Three percent.It is the most important number in New York City right now, a critical threshold that triggers restrictions by state and local...

‘I Was on My Sunset Walk When I Came Upon a Gorgeous Ballerina’

Prima BallerinaDear Diary:I was on my sunset walk when I came upon a gorgeous ballerina in her mid-60s performing a barre routine at...

Arthur Imperatore, Founder of a Critical Ferry Service, Dies at 95

Arthur E. Imperatore Sr., a bluff entrepreneur who parlayed a trucking fortune into a dubious ferryboat operation that grew to be a critical...

What Happened When a School District Banned Thin Blue Line Flags

In late October, administrators in a suburban New York school district told employees that some of their apparel was making students feel uncomfortable,...

Inside America’s Thanksgiving Travel Chaos

“Our parents felt a need to both preserve our culture, but also make us see how we fit in,” said her daughter, Dr....

Democratic Leaders in Brooklyn Mingled at a Party. Few Wore Masks.

As Democratic leaders in New York institute more stringent restrictions to combat the coronavirus and urge people to follow them, one group of...

‘I Am Shaken’: Spate of Violent Subway Attacks Unnerves Riders

It was 2 p.m. on Tuesday, on what would have normally been a busy weekday as the Thanksgiving holiday neared. Alex Weisman, a...

House Race Between Tenney and Brindisi Is Down to 100-Vote Margin

A tight House rematch in Central New York between a first-term Democrat and an outspoken Republican supporter of President Trump has gone to...

When New York City Schools Reopen, 765,000 Students Won’t Be There

Several weeks before Mayor Bill de Blasio shut New York City’s school system, the nation’s largest, amid a surge in coronavirus cases, he...

A Bright Spot in the Pandemic Gloom: Jazz is Everywhere in New York

Every night after her shift this spring, Bridget Queral would leave the hospital where she worked as a nurse to find her husband,...

In Brooklyn, Grand Army Plaza Gets an Intervention

In the moments after the Presidential election was called in favor of Joseph R. Biden Jr. on Nov. 7, a jubilant crowd gathered...

How the Owner of a Coffee Shop With a Community Fridge Spends Sundays

With the holidays approaching, Ms. Begum plans to distribute 200 boxes of essentials, including coats and books, to Black, Indigenous and other people...

Will Manhattan’s Elite Really Spurn Ivanka and Jared (and Their Money)?

From the very beginning, members of the art world protested the Trump regime. Four years ago, they began a social media campaign under...

This Is How the Outbreak Is Resurging Across New York City

At first, New York officials tracked the resurgence of the coronavirus to a few neighborhoods in the city with large populations of Orthodox...

The Perilous State of the Subways: 5 Takeaways

Weather: Much more pleasant: sunny, with a high around 60. Still warm and mostly sunny on Saturday; overcast and cooler on Sunday....

NYC Parents Say School Shutdown Hurts Children: ‘Remote Learning is Not Working’

Laura Espinoza took an hourlong subway ride on Thursday morning from her Brooklyn neighborhood to City Hall, where she joined several dozen families...

‘Remote Learning Is Not Working’: Shutdown Hurts Children, Parents Say

Laura Espinoza took an hourlong subway ride on Thursday morning from her Brooklyn neighborhood to City Hall, where she joined several dozen families...

Trump Tax Write-Offs Are Ensnared in 2 New York Fraud Investigations

Two separate New York State fraud investigations into President Trump and his businesses, one criminal and one civil, have expanded to include tax...

C.D.C. Pleads With Americans to Stay Home on Thanksgiving

Faced with a seemingly unstoppable surge in coronavirus infections, officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday urged Americans to...

How to Run During the Winter

If you decide to try adding screws, Greg Haapala, race director of Grandma’s Marathon in Duluth, Minn., recommends trying it on old running...

Pot Legalization Hits an Unlikely Snag: ‘Magic’ Mushrooms

The addition of psilocybin mushrooms to a bill decriminalizing marijuana possession threw a monkey wrench into New Jersey’s legalization effort. Source link

How a Third-Generation Turkey Farmer Got a Leg Up From the Pandemic

After 81 years — and in the midst of a pandemic — Hemlock Hill Farm in New York is finally hitting its stride. Source...

Parents Adjusting to the U.S., Then to Remote Learning

THE NEEDIEST CASES FUNDFamilies found support after the coronavirus pandemic disrupted their children’s education.Jansy Molina de Maldonado’s son couldn’t speak.When he was a...

Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens

This week’s properties are in Williamsburg, Morningside Heights and Forest Hills. Source link

5 Things to Do This Weekend

Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually or in person in New York City. Source link

Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey

This week’s properties include a three-bedroom in Rye, N.Y., and a five-bedroom in Saddle River, N.J. Source link

Who Will Succeed Mayor de Blasio? N.Y.C.’s Future May Ride on the Answer

As much of New York City was consumed by the presidential election, a campaign for another critical race was already underway.Several mayoral candidates...

As the Virus Surges, How Much Longer Can N.Y. Avoid a Full Shutdown?

At the same time, Mr. McCoy and other county executives are terrified that if the virus continues to spread, it could force Mr....

N.Y.C.’s Schools Shutdown, Explained – The New York Times

Weather: Mostly sunny, with a high in the mid- to upper 40s. Alternate-side parking: In effect until Nov. 26 (Thanksgiving Day). This...

Classic and Cosmopolitan: N.Y.C. Restaurants Struggle to Stay Open

It’s never just about the food.From modest ethnic restaurants with dishes redolent of home to classic diners where the sever knows your name...

Getting ‘Black Mayonnaise’ Out of One of America’s Dirtiest Waterways

A long-awaited dredging of the Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn, a Superfund site, has begun in earnest. It may not be finished for at...

Subway Service Could Be Cut 40% if No Federal Aid Arrives

Subway service in New York City slashed by 40 percent. Bus routes eliminated and service on the rest cut by a third. Service...

About That Maligned Christmas Tree (and That Owl) at Rockefeller Center

It would be hard to find anyone in New York who has had an easy time of it in 2020.With the coronavirus surging,...

Even Without Peter King, G.O.P. Retains His House Seat in New York

Andrew Garbarino, a New York State assemblyman, has been elected to replace Representative Peter T. King, extending the Republican Party’s hold on a...

Archie Spigner, ‘Godfather of Politics’ in Queens, Dies at 92

Archie Spigner, a New York City councilman who was a political kingmaker in southeast Queens for a half-century, helping fellow Black politicians climb...

Frederick Weston, Outsider Artist Who Was Finally Let In, Dies at 73

Frederick Weston, a belatedly recognized New York artist who inhabited the cramped apartments of the city’s single-room occupancy hotels for decades, hermetically creating...

New York City to Close Public Schools Again as Virus Cases Rise

New York City’s entire public school system will shutter on Thursday, the schools chancellor Richard A. Carranza wrote in an email to principals,...

How Do You Have a Ski Season in a Pandemic?

From how we ride the lifts to where we sleep and what we eat, ski areas are taking steps to minimize crowding and...

Why New York Is Behind Almost All States in Counting Votes

Two weeks after Election Day, New York State was still counting hundreds of thousands of absentee ballots on Tuesday at a sluggish pace...

Danish Study Questions Use of Masks to Protect Wearers

Half were given surgical masks and told to wear them when leaving their homes; the others were told not to wear masks in...

Masks Protect Against Covid—and Awkward Social Situations

Bhushan Sethi, 47, lives on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and runs around Central Park, either the loop or the reservoir, daily....

N.Y. Shuts Funeral Home Where Dozens of Bodies Were Found in Trucks

The grisly discovery captured the tragedy and chaos of the pandemic at its height in New York City: dozens of bodies found decomposing...

Sunnyside, Queens: The Lure of Greenery in a Pandemic

Like many New Yorkers, Geoff Dyck and Casey Wang wanted to be closer to nature during the pandemic. The couple, who were renting...

What to Know About the Future of Tourism in N.Y.C.

Weather: Sunny, with a high near 40, but stiff wind will make it seem like it’s in the 20s. Alternate-side parking: In...

Sheldon H. Solow, Manhattan Real Estate Mogul, Dies at 92

Though shy of publicity not of his own making, he was often in the news, announcing a project or one of his 200...

Who’s Coming to Thanksgiving? N.Y. Sheriffs Say It’s Not Their Business

Mr. Azzopardi added that the governor’s office expected most New Yorkers to comply with the order, as they had with previous restrictions. Widespread...

Thanksgiving Options for Pickup and Delivery

Olivia Cooks for YouA Thanksgiving for two, $65 per person, with turkey, beef tenderloin or vegetarian squash lasagna as the centerpiece, is available...

Jacob’s Pillow Theater, Site of Dance Festival, Destroyed in Fire

A theater at Jacob’s Pillow, a destination for dance performance in Becket, Mass., was destroyed on Tuesday in an early morning fire.The fire...

‘I Had to See That Owl’: Central Park’s New Celebrity Bird

It was late afternoon in the North Woods of Central Park, and the sun was setting fast. Joshua Kristal, a photographer with a...

Immunity to the Coronavirus May Last Years, New Data Hint

“Sterilizing immunity doesn’t happen very often — that is not the norm,” said Alessandro Sette, an immunologist at the La Jolla Institute of...

Why Cities Are Finally Showing Skateboarders Some Respect

In New Jersey, the debut of Jersey City’s inaugural skate park was the culmination of years of struggle by local skate skateboarders, who...

How Republicans in N.Y. Are Responding to the Election

Weather: Mixed sun and clouds, turning gusty in the afternoon with a chance of rain. High in the mid-40s. Overnight, it could...

Tourism, Engine for N.Y.C. Economy, May Not Fully Recover Until 2025

Tourism in New York City will need at least four years to recover from the free-fall triggered by the pandemic, according to a...

I❤️NY in Crisis: How Do Tourist Shops Survive With No Tourists?

Like many souvenir stores in New York City, Memories of New York in Manhattan is packed with shirts. They bear the logos of...

A Pattern of Leniency Toward Officers Accused of Misconduct

Weather: Sunny, but cool and blustery, with a high in the low 50s and gusts up to 28 miles an hour. Alternate-side...

‘Rumble in the Bronx’ Fight Club Drew 200. The Sheriff Shut It Down.

More than 200 people stood shoulder to shoulder shouting as two men sparred at the center of a Bronx warehouse. Some people hung...

Did It Hit 3%? Why Parents and Teachers Are Fixated on One Number

The news that hundreds of thousands of parents and educators had been awaiting arrived at 9:45 on Sunday morning, in a tweet from...

Catch the Vibe: Club Culture Comes to Life at Lincoln Center

It’s more than just another dance film born during the pandemic, because it is more than a dance. It’s a celebration of a...

Homes That Sold for Around $675,000

Each week, our survey of recent residential sales in New York City and the surrounding region focuses on homes that sold around a...

‘It Was Hard Not to Eavesdrop on the Two Men at the Next Table’

EavesdroppingDear Diary:It was fall 1969, and I was a college student in Manhattan. One afternoon, I met a friend for lunch at a...

A Watchdog Accused Officers of Serious Misconduct. Few Were Punished.

One New York City police officer was accused of pepper-spraying a woman, then denying her medical treatment while she was handcuffed in a...

Staying Apart, But Praying Together

Emilio Artea, the beloved longtime deacon at St. Agatha’s, a Roman Catholic church in Brooklyn, died from Covid-19 on Good Friday this year....

Missing From State Plans to Distribute the Coronavirus Vaccine: Money to Do It

Record-keeping requirements will also be an overwhelming task, officials said. The C.D.C. wants to track, in real time, the age, sex, race and...

A Woman Is Stabbed, and Two 15-Year-Olds Are Charged With Murder

Nyla Bond, 20, met Anmerie Morales, 15, about a year ago. Despite their age difference, they became friends and often spent time together...

Rep. Katko Wins Rematch, Keeps G.O.P. Seat in Democratic District

Representative John M. Katko, a moderate Republican who has defied the nation’s partisan drift by holding on to a seat in a Democratic-leaning...

8 Months After Virus Hit, an Ominous Sign: Long Lines for Testing Again

New Yorkers stood for hours in long lines to be tested for the coronavirus on Friday, a disturbing indicator that shows the basic...

Before ‘I Have a Dream,’ Martin Luther King Almost Died. This Man Saved Him.

The bar in Showman’s Jazz Club, a Harlem destination for visitors from just down the block to Japan and back, stretched from the...

The ‘Inn’ Is Out at the Beatrice, but History Still Holds Sway

The Beatrice Inn has been at 285 West 12th Street for nearly 100 years in one form or another, drawing generations of New...

Homeless Men Moved Into a Tourist Hotel. What Followed Was Unexpected.

An opera singer who also studied public relations is struggling to find work. His new roommate, released from prison a year ago, is...

New Director for the Bronx Museum of the Arts? It’s a Familiar Name.

Mr. Rodriguez was recruited to the Bronx Museum of the Arts by Holly Block, the museum’s longtime executive director, from the Frost Art...

Two People Killed in Explosion at Connecticut V.A. Hospital

Two people performing mechanical work at a Veterans Affairs hospital in Connecticut were killed on Friday morning in what officials described as a...

Why Liberal New Yorkers Threw Money at Doomed Candidates All Over the U.S.

On the Democratic side, the biggest of these is the Senate Majority PAC, aligned with Senator Chuck Schumer of New York. It put...

As Coronavirus Cases Spike, Should Indoor Dinning be Allowed When Classrooms Close?

In many European countries, keeping schools open, with safety precautions, has been a political and social priority, even as governments have recently moved...

As Soon as Trump Leaves Office, He Faces Greater Risk of Prosecution

In his lawsuit seeking to block the grand jury subpoena, Mr. Trump’s lawyers quoted 2018 campaign statements by the attorney general, Letitia James,...

As Soon as Trump Leaves Office, He Faces Greater Risk of Prosecution

In his lawsuit seeking to block the grand jury subpoena, Mr. Trump’s lawyers quoted 2018 campaign statements by the attorney general, Letitia James,...

How a Designer of Outdoor Spaces Spends His Sundays

Since the onset of the pandemic, the landscape designer Todd Haiman has received “a ton” of calls from New Yorkers with terraces, yards...

Is This the Worst It’s Ever Been for N.Y.C. Cabbies?

Weather: Chilly and rainy; high in the low 50s. Sunny, cool and breezy on Saturday. Warmer Sunday, with a chance of late...

Covid Pushes Real Estate Into the Future

Thyssenkrupp Elevator, one of the largest elevator manufacturers, has begun installing air systems that pull in purified air straight from the elevator shaft....

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