N.Y. Today: For New York City, Glimmers of Hope and Signs of Revival

Yankee Stadium welcomed fans on Thursday, and some high-end hotels are opening their doors.

Yes, There Are Nice Landlords in New York

Building owners are making deals with struggling businesses. As one put it: "A half a loaf of bread is better than no loaf."

By Jane Margolies

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A Stand-Up Set at the Swipe of a MetroCard

For about three months, an Upper West Side comedy club has been organizing Saturday-night shows on the 1 train.

By Julia Jacobs

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Queens Man Is Charged in 1976 Killing of Pregnant Teenager

Luis Sierra, 63, of Ozone Park, was arrested this week in the killing of Evelyn Colon, a Jersey City 15-year-old whose dismembered remains were found along a riverbank in Pennsylvania, the authorities said.

By Neil Vigdor

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Manhattan Sales Market Is Poised for a Revival, Just a Year After It Collapsed

First-time buyers, significant price cuts and progress on vaccines in New York City helped boost first-quarter sales.

By Stefanos Chen and Sydney Franklin

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The Mini Crossword: Here is today's puzzle.

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