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Manhattan

  1. the epstein case
    Prince Andrew Reportedly Still Refusing to Cooperate in Epstein CaseU.S. prosecutors say he still hasn’t agreed to be interviewed by the FBI, despite his insistence to the contrary.
  2. animals
    High-Stakes Duck Rescue Under Way in Central ParkProtect her at all costs!
  3. grocery wars
    Wegmans Is Now Delivering Groceries to ManhattanThe cult grocery chain will hop the East River with a little help from Instacart.
  4. closings
    Good-bye to Taste of Persia, a Throwback to the New York We LovedSaeed Pourkay’s restaurant-within-a-restaurant will close at the end of the month.
  5. crime
    Police Arrest Driver in Slow-Moving Chase Outside Holland TunnelA paramedic on the scene said the arrest was not related to the shootout in Jersey City though the NYPD has yet to confirm that information.
  6. openings
    Peoples Is the Wine Destination That New York’s Been Missing“It’s about having a playful, creative way to sell things.”
  7. openings
    Veggie God Amanda Cohen Enters the Plant-Based Burger WarsOn November 19, the celebrated chef will open Lekka in Tribeca.
  8. closings
    Good-bye to Peasant, an Ageless Restaurant 15 Years Ahead of Its TimeThe fire will soon go out on Elizabeth Street.
  9. bitter end
    How Manhattan’s City Bakery Crumbled Under Weight of DebtsWhile doing brisk business in sweet treats, the Union Square institution was embroiled in high-cost borrowing from an industry under state probe.
  10. problem solving
    31 Ideas for Renting an Apartment in New YorkCraigslist is a wasteland, Zillow owns everything, so try these slightly off-kilter, in-the-side-door tips instead.
  11. cityscape
    The Challenges of Constructing New York’s Tallest Apartment BuildingA conversation with the architects of the 131-story Central Park Tower.
  12. anthony weiner
    Is Anthony Weiner Moving Into Huma Abedin’s Apartment Building, or Out of It?Some reports say he’s renting a one-bedroom in the building; others insist he’s moving out for good.
  13. meat alternatives
    Is NYC Ready for ‘Plant-Based’ Breakfast Sandwiches?Dunkin’ and Beyond Meat certainly think so.
  14. blackout
    Power Back On After Blackout Strikes ManhattanCon Edison restored all service a little before midnight after some kind of mechanical failure knocked out power for more than 70,000.
  15. the top line
    There Is No Crisis of Retail Vacancy in ManhattanYou may have heard the widely circulated statistic that one in five storefronts on the island are empty. You heard wrong.
  16. big tip
    Where Should I Take a Large Group in Manhattan?Events maven Katie Longmyer shares her favorite places to wine and dine with more than six people in the city.
  17. grub guides
    15 Terrific Versions of Linguine and ClamsGood morning to clam sauce and to clam sauce only.
  18. setting up shop
    CoverGirl Will Open Its First Store in Times SquareEasy, breezy shopping.
  19. reasons to love new york
    A Reason to Love New York for Every Day of 2017 (So Far)In an attempt to prove it hasn’t been such an awful year after all…
  20. chat room
    Rachel Brosnahan Auditioned for Mrs. Maisel While Terribly Sick“I was so sick, I couldn’t touch anybody. My feet were sweating so much I had to take my shoes off.”
  21. High Schooler’s Snapchat Story Allegedly Shows Shooter in Downtown ManhattanThe footage allegedly shows the shooter running in the street before being detained by police.
  22. A Look at Trump’s Trillion-Dollar Blue-State Tax HikeA GOP proposal to kill the deduction for state and local taxes mostly hits high-tax, high-income blue states, but some House Republicans will object.
  23. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Brunch in New YorkPlaces that expertly mix leisurely vibes, great drinks, and a mind-boggling array of eggs.
  24. first bite
    Is Manhattan’s Newest Dim-Sum Hot Spot Really Worth a 3-Hour Wait?Tim Ho Wan has been packed since opening in the East Village. Our critic braves the wait to see if it’s really worth the hype.
  25. space of the week
    How a 19th Century Apartment Got a Sleek, Unfussy UpdateInterior designer Lucy Harris gave her client’s Henry James–era home a modern, eclectic upgrade.
  26. the urbanist
    The Rise of the Franken­mansionMegahouses smack in the heart of the city are sprouting up all over the globe. And they’re not all built for Russian oligarchs.
  27. cosmos!
    How the Inventor of the Cosmopolitan Learned to Embrace the Famous DrinkIt’s been hard to own such a hated drink.
  28. fall preview 2016
    This Chef Will Combine French and Italian Sensibilities at His New Restaurant“I’d been here a year eating and sizing up the competition … I had something to prove to myself.”
  29. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Downtown-Hotel BarThe spots below 23rd Street that manage to maintain the glamour and sophistication of the city’s finest lobby-adjacent drinking establishments.
  30. best of new york
    The Absolute Best Gay Bar in ManhattanSix great gay nightlife spots with awesome music and a fun scene.
  31. scary things
    4-Alarm Fire Breaks Out at Historic Flatiron ChurchThe Cathedral of Saint Sava in Manhattan caught fire around 7 p.m. Sunday.
  32. Closings
    The End of Mekong, a Final Relic of Soho’s Glory Days“You’d start the night as a four-top outside, and within an hour your table would be spilling over into eight or ten.”
  33. What’s Going on at WGN America?How the Chicago sports channel rebranded itself.
  34. Mysteries
    Why Doesn’t Lin-Manuel Miranda Have His Own Sardi’s Caricature Yet?Only one Broadway honor continues to elude the Hamilton creator and star: a portrait at the Times Square institution.
  35. best of new york
    Best of New York Nightlife 2016A pop-up hip-hop night, a Tribeca date bar, and a fried-chicken party room.
  36. the urbanist
    These Are the Cities Within New York CityPart industrial park, part adult playground.
  37. goodbyes
    Goodbye Manhattan, the Historical Drama That Never Took OffNot with a bang or a whimper, just a slightly smaller bang.
  38. super-rich city
    There Are More Manhattan Apartments for Rent Over $15,000 Than Below $2,000Get super rich or get out.
  39. chat room
    Mamie Gummer on the Skill Women Have to Practice“[Women] can be adversarial and annoying and also really endearing when [they] need to be.”
  40. real estate
    Buyers Are Getting Priced Out of Manhattan“I don’t see any relief, outside of a recession where people have to sell.”
  41. Toward a Unified Theory of Joan DidionThere’s nothing to be ashamed of in loving Joan Didion, whether you’re a 20-something woman who’d wear Céline if she could afford it or a Gen X man in corduroys.
  42. What to Eat
    Here Are (Almost) All of Sadelle’s PastriesThe babka is pretty amazing, but the chocolate-chip loaf may turn out to be the sleeper hit.
  43. new york city
    Wes Anderson’s Municipal Periwinkle Penny-Farthing (It’s a Citi Bike)Chapter 1.
  44. Interviews
    This Is Schatzie, the O.G. Butcher Who Wants to Take the Bullsh*t Out of Burgers“All butchers wanna be in the restaurant business … We think we can do it better.”
  45. Openings
    NYC’s All-Breakfast-Sandwich Emporium Opens“We’re not trying to compete with the corner bodega.”
  46. Menu Changes
    Danny Meyer’s Porchlight Rolls Out Light Cocktails Made for WeekdayThe hospitality king is pioneering what you might call the half-martini lunch.
  47. Burgers
    Where to Find One of NYC’s Best New BurgersThe secret ingredient: beef hearts.
  48. Menu Changes
    Wylie Dufresne Will Launch a New $65 Nightly Tasting Menu at AlderIt kicks off on April 29.
  49. real estate
    Brooklyn’s Housing Market Beats ManhattanThe borough’s prices continue to break records.
  50. Openings
    El Original Specializes in Authentic Tex-MexThe latest spot to jump on the Lone Star State consciousness that has begun permeating the foodscape.
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