A toy basketball hoop in the woods off Geoffrey Way at the Toys “R” Us headquarters in Wayne, N.J. The campus once housed as many as 1,600 workers, but will empty out as the retailer shuts down.
Second from right, Kimberly Watkins, president of the District 3 community education council, a parent advisory group. She said the “recalibration” was “a first step toward meaningful change in our long-term District 3 segregation problem.”
Passengers made their way through the Union Square subway station in Manhattan last week.
The transit board on Wednesday delayed a $1 billion proposal by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo to renovate and add amenities to 33 subway stations. The mayor had opposed the plan.
Gusty winds fueled a deadly fire on Thursday at a five-story apartment building in the Belmont section of the Bronx.
Michael Cohen before a federal court appearance in Manhattan.
Lisa Parks and Matt Diaz are plaintiffs in a lawsuit saying that high school sports in New York City discriminate against black and Latino students, by not offering teams as their schools.
Anthony Distefano, left, an engineer with American Aerospace, and Ryan Archer, a drone pilot, set up a gas-powered drone for a test flight at Woodbine Municipal Airport in Woodbine, N.J. Mobile phone companies have been testing drones for use after disasters and in areas without wireless service.
During a trip to visit shelters for separated families at the border in Texas last month, Mayor Bill de Blasio and an entourage may have themselves crossed the border illegally.
The white crow in Kim Jones’s exhibition can be found amid shadowy projections of crab apple trees from outside the museum.
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.
Dave Gelfman, 101, at the Silver Gull Beach Club in Queens. Summers at the club may not have helped him live this long, he said, “but it certainly didn’t hurt.”
Arepa Mania is family-owned and -operated Venezuelan restaurant in New Rochelle.
Kazem Abdullah conducting the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra.
PRINCETON “Naomi and Her Daughters” (2013), oil on canvas by Kehinde Wiley, is in “A Material Legacy: The Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection of Contemporary Art,” a show at the Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton University campus, through Oct. 30. For information: 609-258-3788; artmuseum.princeton.edu.
Tanzie Youngblood, a Democrat running in Tuesday’s New Jersey Primary election for a seat in the House of Representatives, spoke with a customer at a diner in Vineland, N.J. — her second diner visit that day.
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