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  1. Algae That Can Kill Dogs Is Discovered in 3 N.Y.C. Parks New York, Today

    The green-blue blooms of toxic algae have been found in Central Park, Morningside Park and Prospect Park.

  2. Making City Streets Safer for Cyclists and Walkers Opinion, Today

    Readers call for stricter enforcement of traffic rules for bike riders and stricter punishments for reckless drivers. Also: When Obama picked Joe Biden; whose history gets taught.

  3. Homes That Sold for Around $450,000 Real Estate, Today

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  4. Things to Do in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, August 23

    A guide to the concerts, art exhibitions and movies to check out on your days off.

  5. Can a Puppy Help Sell Your Home? Real Estate, August 23

    Some brokers are bringing their love for animals to work and showing properties with shelter animals in tow.

  6. Mixing Real Estate With Puppies and Kittens Slideshow, August 23

    Some brokers try to combine their work with animal shelters with their real estate listings.

  7. How a Comedian on the Rise (With a Day Job) Spends Her Sundays New York, August 23

    Julia Lindon can’t quite let go of her summer camp phase. Or of her formative years in the West Village. So she revisits both.

  8. ‘Beyond the Streets’ Embraces the Sprawling World of Graffiti Arts, August 22

    An epically scaled exhibition flaunts the art form’s pioneers as well as its provocateurs.

  9. You Make the Call: Finding a Decent Kitchen in Bay Ridge Interactive, August 22

    A search for a two-bedroom co-op with enough kitchen space led this couple to southwest Brooklyn. Which apartment did they choose?

  10. Five Killed in One Day of Shootings in New York City New York, August 21

    The shootings come amid a slight increase in gun violence, echoing an earlier era when multiple deadly shootings in one day were common.

  11. Cyclist Deaths in New York City: Accidents or Crimes? New York, August 21

    The horrific death of a cyclist has intensified debate over whether drivers are being treated too leniently.

  12. Myrna Katz Frommer, 80, Dies; Oral Historian of Catskills and Brooklyn Books, August 19

    She collaborated with her husband, Harvey, on “It Happened in the Catskills” and other histories told in the voices of the people who were there.

  13. Homes That Sold for Around $600,000 Real Estate, August 18

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  14. Banned on the Beach? It’s Still Nutcracker Summer New York, August 17

    Vendors think the police are cracking down on sales of the popular drink, sold from coolers around the city.

  15. Paule Marshall, Influential Black Novelist, Dies at 90 Books, August 16

    A child of Barbadian immigrants, Ms. Marshall drew on her upbringing to animate the lives of her characters, many of them strong women.

  16. A Teen Pretends to Be Trans, and Some Viewers Object to the Deception Arts, August 16

    The indie film “Adam” centers on the 17-year-old title character passing as transgender to win the affection of a lesbian. Is the boy problematic? Or is the whole film vexing?

  17. A Gentler Way to Gentrify? Real Estate, August 16

    Gentrifier, interloper, developer: A new breed of builders is attempting to reclaim the “D” word and make development a little kinder and friendlier.

  18. Developer, and Other Dirty Words Slideshow, August 16

    A growing number of development companies are trying to shake the image of developers as interlopers and soften the blow of gentrification.

  19. How Ahmed Gallab, Sudanese-American Musician, Spends His Sundays New York, August 16

    He watches documentary films on repeat in a ‘snuggle room.’ He is also into caffeine, cookies and red velvet cupcakes.

  20. Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn Real Estate, August 15

    This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side and in Chelsea and Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.

  21. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, August 15

    This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side and in Chelsea and Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.

  22. The Most Popular Listings of July Real Estate, August 15

    The most popular listings of July had views of water, mountains or New York City.

  23. Horseback Riding on the Beach, in Brooklyn. Seriously. New York, August 14

    The Jamaica Bay Riding Academy is home to about 70 horses on 450 acres and is open every day for 50-minute guided rides through the Gateway National Wildlife Refuge.

  24. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Real Estate, August 13

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  25. Interviewing Bill de Blasio in the City He’s Trying to Leave Times Insider, August 10

    Matt Flegenheimer, a political reporter for The Times, set out to do what the New York City mayor running for president seems to believe few others have done — understand him.

  26. Now Crowding New York’s Streets: Rented Mopeds Going 30 M.P.H. New York, August 9

    A moped-sharing company has unleashed 1,000 Vespa-style vehicles in Brooklyn and Queens, raising concerns about safety.

  27. Now, Crown Heights Gets a Taste of Luxury Real Estate, August 9

    A large-scale condo joins the Brooklyn neighborhood’s century-old townhouses and rental buildings.

  28. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan Real Estate, August 8

    This week’s properties are in Crown Heights, Jackson Heights and on the Upper West Side.

  29. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, August 8

    This week’s properties are in Crown Heights, Brooklyn and Jackson Heights, Queens, and on the Upper West Side.

  30. As Shootings Spike in Northern Brooklyn, N.Y.P.D. and Prosecutors Collide New York, August 8

    A progressive district attorney’s efforts to give offenders a second chance have upset the police, who are struggling to contain gun violence.

  31. The Chef on a Mission to Bring Soulful, Healthy Food to All of Brooklyn T Magazine, August 7

    Francesca Chaney, the owner of the plant-based Sol Sips cafe in Bushwick, is expanding her business without losing sight of its roots.

  32. Harvey Frommer, Historian of Sports and New York, Dies at 83 Books, August 6

    He wrote prolifically, with a focus on the Yankees, while teaching at Dartmouth and collaborating with his wife on New York oral histories.

  33. Driverless Cars Arrive in New York City New York, August 6

    Six autonomous cars will shuttle passengers around the Brooklyn Navy Yard for free.

  34. Homes That Sold for Around $1 Million Real Estate, August 4

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  35. R. Kelly Denied Bail; His Lawyer Says Accusers Have ‘Groupie Remorse’ New York, August 2

    Judge cites fear of witness tampering as he orders the singer held in Brooklyn on charges of exploiting underage women.

  36. Nigerian Street Food and the Full Power of Spice at Brooklyn Suya Food, August 2

    At this Crown Heights spot, suya — grilled meat coated with spices — is more of a composed dish, served in a bowl over rice with a choice of sides.

  37. How the Fate of a Rapper’s Mural Lit a Fuse in Crown Heights New York, August 2

    A rumor about a hip-hop image getting whitewashed stirred up racial tensions in a neighborhood that knows them well.

  38. Meet the Beetles: Newly Discovered Brooklynites Have 6 Legs New York, August 1

    Researchers studying trees at Green-Wood Cemetery found a nonnative beetle previously unknown to science.

  39. Meet the Beetles: Newly Discovered Brooklynites Have 6 Legs New York, August 1

    Researchers studying trees at Green-Wood Cemetery found a nonnative beetle previously unknown to science.

  40. The Frankies Partners Will Open a Slice Shop Food, August 1

    Frank Castronovo and Frank Falcinelli are expanding their Brooklyn campus of Italian-American food.

  41. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, August 1

    This week’s properties are in Greenwich Village, Beekman Place, and Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

  42. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, August 1

    This week’s properties are in Greenwich Village, Beekman Place, and Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

  43. Handcrafted: Inside Brooklyn’s Best Tailors New York, August 1

    They are colorful hives of activity, where politics are a battleground, but so are pleats.

  44. Why Are Democrats Defending Al Sharpton? Opinion, July 31

    They’ve handed Trump an easy win and yoked themselves to a genuine bigot.

  45. ‘We Saw People Dropping’: How a Brooklyn Rite of Summer Ended in Bloodshed New York, July 30

    The mass shooting at the Brownsville Old Timers Day block party stunned a city where violence has dropped but gang shootings still take a toll.

  46. Neil Estern, Sculptor of Monumental Public Works, Dies at 93 Arts, July 30

    With his renderings of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, Fiorello La Guardia, John F. Kennedy and others, he strove for realism (as he once did with a doll).

  47. Brooklyn Gets a Dominican Chocolate Shop Food, July 29

    Kahkow in Williamsburg is owned by Rizek Cacao from the Dominican Republic.

  48. New York Knows Its Arts Organizations Have a Diversity Problem. Now What? Arts, July 29

    The city asked cultural institutions, including museums and performing arts centers, to draw up plans to make their staff and board members more diverse.

  49. They Were Singing ‘Family Reunion’ at a Block Party. Then Gunmen Opened Fire. New York, July 28

    Thousands were gathered for Old Timers Day in Brownsville, Brooklyn, when shooters began firing, killing one man and injuring 11, the police said.

  50. Homes That Sold for Around $1.5 Million Real Estate, July 28

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  51. ‘I Just Wish We Could’ve Made It’ New York, July 27

    Davion Powell came close to escaping Brooklyn’s gang violence, but in the end he ran afoul of the Bloods in his neighborhood.