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  1. Uber and Lyft Drivers Rush to Register Cars Ahead of City’s New Cap Metro, Yesterday

    Drivers flocked to the offices of the ride-hail apps to register before the city’s freeze on new for-hire vehicles goes into effect.

  2. Documenting ‘Slavery by Another Name’ in Texas Editorial, Yesterday

    An African-American burial ground recently unearthed in Texas reveals details about an ugly chapter in the history of the American South.

  3. Watering New York’s Transit Deserts Op Ed, Yesterday

    Now that the city has capped ride-hailing services, it needs a real solution for commuters outside Manhattan.

  4. ‘It’s a Woman Thing’ Metro, Yesterday

    A woman in a pale yellow sundress has a question.

  5. Shalane Flanagan Will Defend New York City Marathon Title at Age 37 Sports, Yesterday

    She won the New York Marathon last year at 36. Now, after taking a good long while to consider retirement, she will try to do it again.

  6. New York Today: Is Your Wi-Fi Network Safe? Metro, Yesterday

    Monday: Taking extra precaution on public networks, and a new city landmark.

  7. Elite New York High Schools to Offer 1 in 5 Slots to Those Below Cutoff Metro, Yesterday

    Specialized high schools will fill 20 percent of seats through the Discovery program, with offers going only to students from low-income middle schools.

  8. Pok Pok Ny to Close After 6 Years Dining, Yesterday

    Andy Ricker, the chef and restaurateur, cited rising rent and a squeeze on his profits among the reasons for his decision.

  9. How Trump’s Plan for Immigrants on Welfare Could Hurt a Million New Yorkers Metro, Yesterday

    A proposed rule would make it difficult for immigrants and their family members who use government services to obtain permanent residency, city officials said.

  10. A Hole in the Wall for Brisket Dining, Yesterday

    Cash Only BBQ, in the former Bistro Petit space, gives Williamsburg, Brooklyn, another barbecue option.

  11. Shakespeare With an Eight-Course Feast Dining, Yesterday

    The Shake & Bake theater company brings “Love’s Labour’s Lost” to the meatpacking district, and dinner is included with the ticket.

  12. Money for Sale, Heroin-Injected Lasagna: How One Artist Is Defining Our Era T Style, Yesterday

    As playful as he is provocative, Darren Bader interrogates the meaning of art itself. Plus, four works he created exclusively for T.

  13. Australian Tourist’s Death Renews Cyclist Calls for Safer Lanes Metro, August 12

    Madison Jane Lyden, 23, was killed while bicycling in New York during “the trip of a lifetime.” A garbage truck driver has been charged in her death.

  14. A Dominican Celebration Slideshow, August 12

    The annual Dominican Day Parade in New York City was filled with bright music and bold colors.

  15. She Had a Genius Idea: Air-Conditioned Doghouses. Then the City Showed Up. Metro, August 12

    New York City said the doghouses on sidewalks outside stores were illegal but they are welcome at rest stops along the New York State Thruway.

  16. A Party With Theodore Bikel Metro, August 12

    Changing his mind changed his life.

  17. Texts Offer No Hint Schools Chief Would Back Out of New York Job Metro, August 12

    There was talk of money and power in messages between the mayor’s office and the would-be schools chancellor, but no indication that Alberto M. Carvalho would change his mind.

  18. Homes That Sold for Around $1,500,000 Real Estate, August 12

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  19. Flash Floods in New York Area Engulf Roads: ‘Yes, That’s a Cone Floating in the Waves’ Metro, August 11

    Parts of New York City, New Jersey and Long Island will remain under a flash flood warning through Sunday morning.

  20. Malcolm X. Mosque No. 7. Hotel Theresa. Remembering Harlem’s Muslim History. Metro, August 12

    Many of the sites are gone or have been transformed, but one woman offers tours to help preserve a legacy at risk of being forgotten.

  21. Father of Baby Found Dead in East River Is Jailed in New York Metro, August 10

    James Currie took a bus and a train with his son in a backpack — probably already dead — before throwing him into the East River, prosecutors said.

  22. Too Many Politicians Misuse and Abuse Crime Data Op Ed, August 10

    When sloppily cherry-picking isolated numbers, they disrespect our intelligence and our democracy.

  23. What’s the Right Number of Taxis (or Uber or Lyft Cars) in a City? Upshot, August 10

    Technology has made it easier to identify and manage the optimal supply, but it also depends on which problem you’re trying to solve.

  24. She Chronicled the Great Photographers of the 20th Century. Then, She Stopped Taking Portraits. T Style, August 10

    A lost photo shoot illuminates the roots of Lynn Davis, who is, along with Peter Hujar and Robert Mapplethorpe, one of the masters of black-and-white portraiture.

  25. Thomas Carter Steps Away From His Restaurants After Being Accused of Abusing Employees Dining, August 10

    The co-owner of Estela and Flora Bar is said to have created toxic workplaces.

  26. T Suggests: Abstract Gnomes, Japanese Breads and More T Style, August 10

    A roundup of things T editors — and a few contributors — are excited about in a given week.

  27. New York Today: Snacking in, and on, City Parks Metro, August 10

    Friday: Urban foraging and your favorite neighborhood mom-and-pop shop.

  28. In Moscow’s Newest Park, All of Russia Comes Together Culture, August 10

    The architects behind New York’s High Line have created a new urban space that reflects the diversity of Russia’s regional landscapes.

  29. Luxury Apartments Rise in Industrial Greenpoint Real Estate, August 10

    A 30-story rental tower arrives on Brooklyn’s waterfront.

  30. Brokers With a Song and Dance Real Estate, August 10

    Bohemia Realty caters to (and draws talent from) New York City’s theater community.

  31. A Romance Born on the Beaches of Brooklyn Society, August 10

    Their love of the ocean, in cold weather or warm, brings a couple together at an unexpected time in their lives.

  32. How Melanie Charles, Singer and Flutist, Spends Her Sundays Metropolitan, August 10

    She chants; listens to cassette tapes; plays flute for a yoga class; eats expensive burgers; shops vintage; plays gigs; and sometimes goes dancing.

  33. He Spoke for the Tree. Then He Got Fired. Metro, August 10

    A popular hollow tree at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden got the ax. So did the arborist who campaigned to save it.

  34. Riders Wonder: With Uber as New York’s Plan B, Is There a Plan C? Metro, August 9

    Customers mull a world with fewer Ubers, a day after New York became the first major American city to cap the growth of for-hire vehicles.

  35. 3 Years Ago, Uber Beat Back a Cap on Vehicles. What’s Changed? A Lot. Metro, August 9

    Political and market forces have changed since Mayor Bill de Blasio lost in his bid to institute a cap on for-hire vehicles three years ago.

  36. How ‘Summer in the City’ Became the Soundtrack for Every City Summer Metropolitan, August 9

    The dog days of 1966 were filled with riots, protests and a nation on edge. Not to mention a brutal heat wave. But in Greenwich Village, something new was happening.

  37. Uber and the False Hopes of the Sharing Economy Metropolitan, August 9

    Though ride share companies fought hard against City Council regulations, the laws are unlikely to quell the miseries of professional drivers.

  38. Speedy Trials Return to a Bronx Court Known for Delays and Dysfunction Metro, August 9

    A class-action lawsuit ended with a settlement that promises defendants charged with misdemeanors in the Bronx the right to seek a quick trial.

  39. Former M.T.A. Official Accused in iPhone Resale Scheme Metro, August 9

    A former chief procurement officer for the M.T.A. ordered the unauthorized purchase of $58,000 worth of phones that no employees used, prosecutors said.

  40. Rainy Day Walk Metro, August 9

    She thought the storm was over when she headed off through Central Park.

  41. Coming of Age in the Loft Jazz Scene Metropolitan, August 9

    A child’s visits to 501 Canal Street in the 1970s meant no heat, creaky stairs, dusty air and watching his uncle, a saxophonist, make unforgettable music.

  42. 3 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, August 9

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  43. 7 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, August 9

    Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  44. 5 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, August 9

    Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  45. 13 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, August 9

    Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  46. 5 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, August 9

    Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  47. 11 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, August 9

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  48. 7 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, August 9

    Our guide to cultural events in New York City for children and teenagers happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  49. 32 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, August 9

    Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.

  50. Where Fans of Rare Retro Soul Get Their Groove on Metropolitan, August 9

    On Wednesdays at Botanica, Matt Weingarden, a.k.a. D.J. Mr. Fine Wine, spins 45s from his collection of 20,000 rarely heard Motown-era singles.

  51. Taking Walks on the Wild Side Metropolitan, August 9

    New books featuring prominent sites, proposed walks and maps cover subjects like rock ‘n’ roll, architecture, the history of Harlem and pop culture.

  52. Let There Be Music Under the Stars. And Maybe a Sandwich. Metropolitan, August 9

    New York Times photographers have long captured the outdoor sounds of summer in the city.

  53. Rebel Women Are Coming to a Public Monument Near You National, August 9

    For years, men have made up the vast majority of public monuments in this country. A series of campaigns are now pressing for women to get their (monumental) due.

  54. New York Today: Balancing Bikes Metro, August 9

    Thursday: Running a dockless bike program and an Italian festival in Harlem.

  55. July’s Most Popular Properties Real Estate, August 9

    The TV home of “The Brady Bunch,” on the market for the first time in decades, was the most viewed property of the month.

  56. 3 Lush Parks Drastically Remake the East River Waterfront Weekend, August 9

    Acres of green space, new or expanded, along the Brooklyn and Queens shorelines offer quiet places to pause, look and stroll. What are you waiting for?

  57. 12 Great New York Summer Songs Metropolitan, August 9

    What are your favorite tunes about summer in the city? The host of “New Sounds,” on WNYC, shares his own list.

  58. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens Real Estate, August 9

    This week’s properties are in the Flatiron District, Park Slope South, Brooklyn, and Jackson Heights, Queens.

  59. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, August 9

    This week’s properties are in the Flatiron District, Park Slope South, Brooklyn, and Jackson Heights, Queens.

  60. A Renter Decides Not to Go It Alone Real Estate, August 9

    He thought he could navigate the city’s real estate market on his own — until the smell of formaldehyde convinced him he needed an agent.

  61. Uber Hit With Cap as New York City Takes Lead in Crackdown Metro, August 8

    The City Council voted on Wednesday to cap Uber vehicles and other ride-hail services.

  62. A Rare Break for Renters: 325 Units at Waterside Plaza Could Become Affordable Metro, August 8

    A deal between the city and the property’s owner, Richard Ravitch, the former lieutenant governor, would allow longtime residents of the Manhattan complex to age in place.

  63. Prep Is Everything at Rowing Blazers. But Is Prep Alone Enough? Styles, August 8

    The spirit of the 2000s is alive and well at Rowing Blazers in SoHo.

  64. NADA Cancels Its New York Art Fair Culture, August 8

    The New Art Dealers Alliance announced that it would cancel its annual fair, one of many in a crowded scene, and open a new gallery for its members.

  65. Father of Baby Found in East River Detained in Thailand Metro, August 8

    New York authorities are seeking the extradition of James Ronnie Currie, 37, to face charges in connection with the death of his son, Mason.

  66. City Council Approves Inwood Rezoning, Despite Resident Protests Metro, August 8

    Inwood will be the fifth neighborhood to be rezoned under Mayor Bill de Blasio, who has pledged to use zoning laws to increase affordable housing.

  67. Dr. Robert Newman, Apostle of Methadone Treatment, Dies at 80 Obits, August 8

    Since 1970, when he established a major treatment program in New York, Dr. Newman emerged as a global expert on opioid addiction.

  68. Rolling Thunder in the West Village Metro, August 8

    Rescuing an abandoned artist’s desk bound for the trash

  69. A Handsome Fish, Spikes and All Metropolitan, August 8

    The bluegill can be found in fresh waters across the city. Although it is an attentive creature that responds to prey, it is also popular prey itself.

  70. Guarding the Throats of Broadway Metropolitan, August 8

    Dr. Linda Dahl, a throat doctor to many Broadway actors, is known for her emergency visits to dressing rooms of panicking performers.

  71. Why a Cap on Uber in New York Would be a Major Blow for the Ride-Hail Giant Metro, August 8

    The New York City Council is expected to vote on Wednesday on a cap for Uber vehicles and other ride-hail services.

  72. New York Today: Eating in a Heat Wave Metro, August 8

    Wednesday: Appetites during the heat wave, and the city gets a new park.

  73. Some Freestyle Wild Style Culture, August 8

    Popmaster Fabel improvised this solo for us: “I’m basically freestyle popping — Electric Boogaloo style, and some other techniques that I’ve learned along the way.”

  74. Patent Pending in Nomad is a Cafe by Day, Speakeasy by Night Styles, August 8

    The space, which occupies the basement of the Radio Wave Building in Manhattan, was designed to honor the inventor and engineer Nikola Tesla.

  75. Letter of Recommendation: Urban Fly-Fishing Magazine, August 8

    You don’t have to escape to Montana to take part in the sport. You can do it right in Central Park.

  76. Rudy Giuliani Is Wrong About Chicago’s Bloodshed Op Ed, August 8

    More Republicans are needed, Mr. Giuliani says, but simple explanations are rarely the right ones.

  77. A Nail Salon Brawl Opened a Racial Rift Online. In Brooklyn, the Mood Is Calmer. Metro, August 7

    A viral video of Asian nail workers fighting black customers led to protests. But most people in the neighborhood don’t recognize that picture of ethnic conflict.

  78. At Gem, a Teen Wonder Plays in the Big Leagues Dining, August 7

    Flynn McGarry, who has been charging money for meals since he was 13, gets his first real restaurant at age 19.

  79. Fighting Over the Future of Inwood, Manhattan’s Last Affordable Neighborhood Metro, August 7

    The City Council will vote on a plan Wednesday to rezone 59 blocks of Inwood, at the northern tip of Manhattan. Residents worry about displacement.

  80. City Investigates Hiring of Convicted Killer as Youth Counselor Metro, August 7

    A criminal complaint says Jacques Edwards, a counselor with a violent criminal past, shoved a 6-year-old boy into a door and a filing cabinet.

  81. Father Sought in Death of Baby Boy Found Floating Near Brooklyn Bridge Metro, August 7

    The mother of the 8-month-old filed a police report after the child’s father failed to return him to his home in the Bronx, a police official said.

  82. Bar Mitzvah in May Metro, August 7

    It was so hot they took a cab to the synagogue. That turned out to be a mistake.

  83. Big Ambitions in a Small Kitchen Slideshow, August 7

    With a three-person cooking crew (the size of the team at your corner slice joint), Flynn McGarry turns out elaborate tasting menus on the Lower East Side.

  84. New York Today: Should We Cap Uber? Metro, August 7

    Tuesday: A ride-hail question for our readers and women in craft beer.

  85. A Culinary Walking Tour of Staten Island Dining, August 7

    Enjoy the cuisines of Albania, Guatemala, Sri Lanka, Mexico and West Africa.

  86. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, August 7

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  87. A Baseball Player Needed a Haircut. His Barber Flew 7,000 Miles to Give Him One. Sports, August 7

    For vanity, culture and other reasons, many major leaguers so swear by their barbers that they fly them in, from as far as South Korea, for a cut.

  88. Man Who Attacked Cafe Workers Was a Suspect in Boston Murders Metro, August 6

    Carlton Henderson told investigators he arranged the killings of two men in 1988, but a judge ruled last week that the statements could not be used and released him.

  89. ‘Activist’ Councilman Found Guilty of Blocking Ambulance at Protest Metro, August 6

    A jury convicted Councilman Jumaane Williams of blocking an ambulance during an immigrants’ rights protest, but acquitted him of two other charges.

  90. A Video of a Nail Salon Brawl Went Viral. Racially Tinged Protests Broke Out. Metro, August 6

    A customer and an employee were arrested at the salon on Friday. On Monday, dozens of people protested outside.

  91. Phone Calls From New York City Jails Will Soon Be Free Metro, August 6

    A new law will eliminate the charge to make a call, which was 50 cents for the first minute and 5 cents for each additional minute — for local calls.

  92. Identifying Dead Baby Pulled From East River Poses Challenges to Police Metro, August 6

    Detectives have scant clues or leads at a crime scene like the one at the East River on Sunday, where the body of an infant boy was found dead.

  93. No Ordinary Man Metro, August 6

    Taking in the latest revival of “My Fair Lady.”

  94. A ‘Landmark’ Restaurant Returns: A Preview of the Four Seasons Dining, August 6

    Just three blocks from the original, the new Four Seasons nods to the past while forging its own identity.

  95. As America Grieved, Sports Helped Console a Nation Weekend, August 6

    Lump-in-the-throat, intimate stories that allowed fans to temporarily forget the tragedy have emerged at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum.

  96. New York Today: Making Surfboards in the Rockaways Metro, August 6

    Monday: “Shaping” surfboards in the city and Andy Warhol’s birthday.

  97. Taxi and Uber Drivers Are United in Backing a Cap on Ride-Hail Vehicles Metro, August 6

    As New York City moves to limit for-hire vehicles, yellow-cab and Uber drivers are both hopeful that the proposal could ease their financial plight.

  98. When the Dog Decides Where You Live Real Estate, August 6

    A Brooklyn couple forgo nicer apartments to get outdoor space for their ailing Beagle mix, Bonnie.

  99. A Beach for Manhattan Editorial, August 5

    It’s not as far-fetched as you think.

  100. Bodega Where Teenager Was Killed to Reopen, and Community Is Angry Metro, August 5

    The Bronx store where Trinitarios gang members fatally stabbed Lesandro Guzman-Feliz will reopen under new owners, but neighbors want a youth center.

  101. Body of Baby Boy Washes Up Under Brooklyn Bridge, Police Say Metro, August 5

    Investigators are searching for the parents of the infant, who was seen floating in the water by tourists from Oklahoma. Police failed to revive him.

  102. A Hundred Years Ago, High Tech Was a Paint Job Metro, August 5

    A former New York City fireboat has been repainted with a nod to dazzle painting, a technique developed during World War I to help allied ships fool German U-boats.

  103. Bayside to Penn Station Metro, August 5

    A ticket collector doesn’t pull any punches.

  104. Man Found in Cafe Freezer Attacks Worker, Then Dies, Police Say Metro, August 5

    The police said the man, from Arizona, attacked an employee with a kitchen knife. Other workers helped wrestle the man to the floor.

  105. Those Subway Delays Letters, August 5

    A reader suggests learning from the subways in London and Paris.

  106. A City Grapples With Ride-Hailing Apps Letters, August 5

    New York City is considering bills to reduce traffic congestion, including a cap on the number of Uber-type cars.

  107. Homes That Sold for Around $450,000 Real Estate, August 5

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  108. Can My Co-op Board Hold a Secret Meeting Without Me? Real Estate, August 4

    When a board member broke a rule, a meeting was clandestinely arranged to discuss it. Must every meeting include every member?

  109. Cooling Off in the City and the Suburbs Sunday Business, August 4

    For the commercial air-conditioning business, this is the busy season: “It’s a good feeling when you restore a system.”

  110. Deal Gives Kushners Cash Infusion on 666 Fifth Avenue Metro, August 3

    Brookfield Asset Management will take a 99-year lease on the troubled building, in a deal that eases the financial pressure on the Kushner family.

  111. Americans Are Terrible at Small Talk Op Ed, August 3

    One Irish woman’s unscientific investigation.

  112. Some Separated Children Will Go Home, Despite Government’s Failure to Act Metro, August 3

    Eight children in New York will soon return to Guatemala, thanks to pressure from nonprofits and activists. But a judge says reunifications are the government’s responsibility.

  113. Weinstein Releases Emails Suggesting Long Relationship With Accuser Metro, August 3

    The producer said in court papers a grand jury never saw emails showing a consensual relationship with one accuser, lasting years after an alleged attack.

  114. Video Shows Sergeant Shooting Man and Dropping Knife, Spurring Inquiry Metro, August 3

    Investigators are scrutinizing Sgt. Ritchard Blake’s actions after he shot a man who confronted him Thursday near the home of a woman they both knew.

  115. Ex-‘Manhattan Madam’ Meets With Russia Investigators Metro, August 3

    Kristin Davis is a longtime friend of Roger J. Stone Jr., the Trump adviser who has become a focal point of Mueller’s investigation.

  116. Zephyr Teachout Is Running for Attorney General. But Her Real Target Is Trump. Metropolitan, August 3

    The law professor and activist challenged Gov. Andrew Cuomo in the Democratic primary in 2014, and is a godmother to the current moment of upstart women candidates.

  117. New York Today: A Picnic Packing List Metro, August 3

    Friday: Essentials for city picnics, and a fund for women in film, TV and theater.

  118. A Tornado Took On New York. The Tornado Didn’t Last Long. Metro, August 3

    A tornado touched down in Queens on Thursday, tearing down trees. There were no reported injuries. The warning, however, inspired jokes on social media.

  119. Village Townhouse Sale Breaks Record Real Estate, August 3

    A fully renovated Greenwich Village house closed last month at $37.2 million, a new high for downtown, while the producer Bob Weinstein sold his duplex.

  120. How Alex Branson, Entrepreneur, Spends Her Sundays Metropolitan, August 3

    The founder of Lavender Blues, which offers music classes for babies and toddlers in Brooklyn, likes to spend her day in the borough with her family.

  121. In Retrial of Norman Seabrook, All Eyes on an Imperfect Witness Metro, August 2

    The retrial of Norman Seabrook, the ex-president of the New York City correction officers’ union, began Thursday. His last trial ended in a mistrial.

  122. Top City Health Official, Who Faced Down Ebola and Zika, Will Resign Metro, August 2

    Dr. Mary Bassett, New York’s health commissioner, is leaving to take a position at Harvard University.

  123. The Old Beer Hall in the Bronx Metropolitan, August 2

    A wooden building in Eastchester, which was torn down in 1960, had a long history — possibly dating to the 17th century — as a watering hole.

  124. It Wasn’t a Crime to Carry Marijuana. Until the Police Found a Loophole. Metro, August 2

    In 1977, New York State made carrying small amounts of marijuana in someone’s pocket a ticket-worthy violation, not a crime. But arrests soon skyrocketed.

  125. Coco and Thelma and Me: Outdoor Movies Make August in the City a Joy Weekend, August 2

    Family films, box-office hits, art-house fare: here are our recommendations for open-air screenings for every taste.

  126. The Next Wave Metro, August 2

    A poem about how the time of year affects one’s feeling about a 70-degree day.

  127. Painting: An (Incomplete) Survey of the State of the Art Weekend, August 2

    The latest in a series initiated in 1998 by two Chelsea art dealers, “Painting: Now and Forever, Part III” examines the medium’s turn toward figuration.

  128. The Radical Empathy of Dan Weiner Photo, August 2

    His photographs of mid-20th-century New Yorkers capture a moment in the city, but more than that, they preserve the people who lived those moments.

  129. 6 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, August 2

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  130. 29 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, August 2

    Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.

  131. 13 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, August 2

    Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  132. 5 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, August 2

    Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  133. 5 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, August 2

    Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  134. 5 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, August 2

    Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  135. 4 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, August 2

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  136. 7 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Weekend, August 2

    Our guide to cultural events in New York City for children and teenagers happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  137. 12 Video Games Made in New York Metropolitan, August 2

    The city might not be a major hub for video game development, but it’s no ghost town, either. Here is a list of notable projects being created by New Yorkers.

  138. Programming New York for Video Game Development Metropolitan, August 2

    Can a city known as a media, film and television capital also become a hub for creating video games? Tax subsidies would help.

  139. Made in New York New York, August 2

    The city might not be a major hub for video game development, but it’s no ghost town, either. Here is a list of some notable projects being created by New Yorkers.

  140. Actually, Curbing Uber Won’t Relieve Heavy Traffic Op Ed, August 2

    The real factors for congestion are increased freight movement, construction activity and tourism, population and job growth.

  141. New York Today: Getting a Subway Ad Metro, August 2

    Thursday: Soup-to-nuts on underground advertisements, and results from the New York State Craft Beer Competition.

  142. A House Built on Family and Dungan Food in Brooklyn Dining, August 2

    At Lagman House, the chef and his wife, descendants of Chinese Muslims who fled China, specialize in hand-stretched noodles presented in bracing dishes.

  143. The Noisiest Places in New York Real Estate, August 2

    All neighborhoods are not equal when it comes to noise. These are the loudest.

  144. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, August 2

    This week’s listings are in Murray Hill, Midtown East, and Park Slope, Brooklyn.

  145. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, August 2

    This week’s listings are in Murray Hill, Midtown East, and Park Slope, Brooklyn.

  146. Three Friends, Two Homes, One Brooklyn House Real Estate, August 2

    When James and Rachael Patalano couldn’t find the home they wanted in their price range, they took a chance on a partnership with a longtime friend.

  147. An Odd Day at Court: A Mayor on Jury Duty, a Councilman on Trial Metro, August 1

    A jury heard evidence that Councilman Jumaane Williams blocked an ambulance at a protest. Upstairs, Mayor Bill de Blasio chatted with fellow jurors.

  148. Stop Uber From Flooding New York Op Ed, August 1

    A City Council bill to temporarily cap the number of for-hire vehicles is a good first step.

  149. On Broadway, Near La Salle Metro, August 1

    Doing their parts to retrieve a delivery man’s lost keys.

  150. Subway Ridership Dropped Again in New York as Passengers Flee to Uber Metro, August 1

    Joseph J. Lhota, the M.T.A. chairman, said the decline was caused by poor service, the rise of Uber and other ride-hailing services, and fare evasion.