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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. Trump’s Signature New York Hotel and the Art of the Compromise U.S., Today

    Facing demands to change the name of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, the president’s business is considering signage that would elevate its Central Park West address.

  3. 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.

  4. Pave Our Paradise With Fake Grass? Skateboarders Say No Way. New York, Today

    For decades, New Yorkers have skated on asphalt in Tompkins Square Park. Now the Parks Department may cover it with artificial turf.

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

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  6. The Artist Behind the Biggest Illustration The Times Has Ever Run Times Insider, Today

    For a special section from the Sports desk on the U.S. Open’s history of night tennis matches, Chris Buzelli had a big space to fill: about the size of a mini-fridge.

  7. ‘I Looked Around and Saw a Man Holding His Phone Up Surreptitiously’ New York, Today

    A very chunky scarf, in search of the usual gang of idiots and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

  8. A Child Bumps Her Head. What Happens Next Depends on Race. Opinion, Yesterday

    My black and Latino clients are accused of abuse when their kids have accidents.

  9. Tom Brady Is No ‘Tom Terrific.’ Any New Yorker Can Tell You That. New York, August 23

    The federal patent office has rejected Mr. Brady’s bid to trademark a nickname associated with the Mets pitching legend Tom Seaver.

  10. Werner Kramarsky, Rights Official and Arts Patron, Dies at 93 New York, August 23

    He played prominent roles in both city and state government in New York. He wore another hat as well, supporting artists and building a vast drawing collection.

  11. 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.

  12. When It Comes to Dance, ‘Pose’ Never Stands Still Arts, August 23

    The show’s commitment extends beyond voguing and runway. It also has an unexpected modern-dance bent.

  13. Barr Seized on Epstein Case as Doubts Mounted About Justice Dept. U.S., August 23

    The attorney general has been unusually personally involved in the investigations into the jailhouse suicide of Jeffrey Epstein, the high-profile financier accused of sex trafficking.

  14. Jillian Bell on ‘Brittany Runs a Marathon’ and Chasing Down Roles Movies, August 23

    The comedian puts laughing matters aside — for now, at least — to go deep in “Brittany Runs a Marathon.”

  15. Tragedy in a Kips Bay Elevator New York, August 23

    Friday: Man crushed after the elevator dropped suddenly as he was exiting into the lobby.

  16. 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.

  17. 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.

  18. 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.

  19. $7 an Hour, 72 Hours a Week: Why Laundry Workers Have Had Enough New York, August 23

    For some immigrants, owning a laundry can be a path to prosperity. But their employees, also immigrants, can get caught in a spiral of low wages, poor working conditions and social isolation.

  20. The Mystery of This Dusty Book, Signed by Amelia Earhart and Eleanor Roosevelt New York, August 23

    A recently discovered artifact shows the power and influence of Lillian Wald, who revolutionized social services in New York.

  21. Inslee Out. Moulton Out. De Blasio? Town Hall May Be Last Gasp. New York, August 23

    Trailing badly in the polls and in fund-raising for 2020, Mayor Bill de Blasio hopes that an hour on CNN Sunday before the nation’s voters can change his standing.

  22. 12 Instagram Accounts That Reveal Life as a Times Journalist Reader Center, August 23

    Use these feeds to visit the New York Times Building, travel around Afghanistan, find cooking inspiration and more.

  23. Who Says Building Scaffolding Has to Be Ugly? New York, August 23

    A discussion with an architectural matchmaker on construction sheds, Hudson Yards’ machismo, and what to do when you’ve chosen the wrong celebrity architect.

  24. Desegregating N.Y. Schools Was His Top Priority. What Happened? New York, August 23

    Entrenched inequality, attacks by conservatives, student protests: Richard A. Carranza’s first year as schools chancellor.

  25. George Washington Bridge Closes for Investigation of Suspicious Package New York, August 22

    The episode caused traffic delays on a span connecting Upper Manhattan and New Jersey.

  26. Afropunk and 8 Other Outdoor Concerts to Put on the Calendar Arts, August 22

    A guide to some of the late-summer shows coming up in New York City, including the Charlie Parker Jazz Festival this weekend.

  27. 6 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Theater, August 22

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  28. 33 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, August 22

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

  29. 3 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Movies, August 22

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  30. 12 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, August 22

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

  31. 5 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, August 22

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

  32. 5 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, August 22

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

  33. 5 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, August 22

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

  34. 7 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, August 22

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

  35. ‘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.

  36. After Pantaleo, Wary N.Y.P.D. Officers Say No One Has Their Backs New York, August 22

    For many members of the force, the decision to fire the officer whose chokehold led to Eric Garner’s death signaled a shift in the rules of engagement.

  37. City School Test Scores Inch Up, but Less Than Half of Students Pass New York, August 22

    Gaps between black and Hispanic students and their white and Asian-American peers remain fixed, raising questions about school segregation.

  38. Man Crushed to Death in Manhattan Building With History of Elevator Problems New York, August 22

    The Manhattan Promenade, a residential tower in the Kips Bay neighborhood, was recently fined for unsafe elevator conditions.

  39. Handsome Rice Serves Beautiful Korean Short Ribs Food, August 22

    The small, counter-style spot in Murray Hill has galbi and purple rice in lunchboxes called dosirak.

  40. Korean Specialties in a Lunchbox Slideshow, August 22

    Handsome Rice in Murray Hill serves the kind of galbi you would expect at Korean barbecue restaurants a few avenues west, in Koreatown.

  41. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, August 22

    This week’s properties are in Williamsburg, Greenwich Village and on the Upper East Side.

  42. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, August 22

    This week’s properties are in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Greenwich Village and the Upper East Side.

  43. Why It’s Unusual for Drivers to Be Charged in Cyclist Deaths New York, August 22

    Thursday: 19 bike riders have been killed this year, but only two motorists are facing criminal charges in the incidents.

  44. New York’s Hottest Makeup Counter: The Port Authority Bathroom New York, August 22

    The transit hub’s bad rap stands in contrast to its spacious second-floor bathroom, where women primp for the day amid the cheerful hum of attendants.

  45. How We Created Our 50 States Quiz Times Insider, August 22

    A team of editors wanted to highlight images from across America for the 60th anniversary of the day Hawaii became a state.

  46. 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?

  47. Final Punishment in Eric Garner Case: Sergeant Loses Vacation Time New York, August 21

    The sergeant faced charges of failing to supervise officers who pressed Mr. Garner to the ground as he said, “I can’t breathe.”

  48. Overlooked No More: Lau Sing Kee, War Hero Jailed for Helping Immigrants Obituaries, August 21

    Kee was awarded for his bravery in World War I, but later became a convicted criminal when he skirted discriminatory laws to help immigrants move to America from China.

  49. 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.

  50. A Sailing Lesson on the Hudson, Followed by Nature, History and Good Eats in Inwood New York, August 21

    With affordable instruction from Hudson River Community Sailing, you’ll learn the ropes, while taking in incomparable views of the Palisades and George Washington Bridge.

  51. Once Declared Passé, Foam Returns to the Restaurant Table T Magazine, August 21

    From a dragon-fruit cloud to aerated lobster bisque, chefs are breathing new life into the most clichéd of culinary techniques.

  52. Why New York Just Banned Floating Billboards New York, August 21

    Wednesday: The governor signed a bill to stop the ads on the waterways, but the company that operates them said it was undeterred.

  53. 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.

  54. Weinstein Wants Trial Moved Because of His 11,000 Page Six Mentions New York, August 20

    The mogul filed a motion contending he cannot find an impartial jury in Manhattan because of the robust news media here.

  55. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Real Estate, August 20

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  56. Jeffrey Epstein dejó una fortuna de 500 millones de dólares en Español, August 20

    El financiero acusado de tráfico sexual firmó su último testamento dos días antes de suicidarse en prisión y pidió mover los fondos a un fideicomiso.

  57. Elk? Hare? Camel? All That and More in Sandwiches, at Foxface Food, August 20

    This tiny kitchen next to an absinthe bar takes wild-hare stew, shrimp and grits, and other far-flung dishes and puts them on a bun.

  58. Let a Thousand Sandwiches Bloom Slideshow, August 20

    In a tiny kiosk in the East Village, Foxface serves a constantly changing menu of sandwiches inspired by dishes around the globe, from eggs to elk. There’s no actual fox, though.

  59. ‘If You’re Like Me, You Can’t Sit By. This Is America.’ Opinion, August 20

    With a lawyer, most unaccompanied immigrant children don’t get deported. But most don’t have one, and go before a judge alone.

  60. ‘If You’re Like Me, You Can’t Sit By. This Is America.’ Opinion, August 20

    With a lawyer, most unaccompanied immigrant children don’t get deported. But most don’t have one, and go before a judge alone.

  61. The Jones, Paying Homage to Great Jones Cafe, Opens in NoHo Food, August 20

    New kitchens from Gabriel Stulman and Russell Jackson, an Eataly kiosk and other restaurant news.

  62. Restaurant Associates Hires Some Big Names: Colicchio, Andrés, Ansel Food, August 20

    The managing company is teaming up with high-profile chefs, seeking to recapture the luster of the days when it ran major restaurants.

  63. Hate Those Floating Digital Billboards? New York Just Banned Them New York, August 20

    Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signed legislation to outlaw the ads that “blight our shores.” But you may not have seen the last of them.

  64. The City Just Sweated Through Its 10th-Hottest July Ever New York, August 20

    Tuesday: Last month, 26 of 31 days had temperatures that were above average.

  65. Gluten-Free Specialties at Le Gourmand Food, August 20

    Mounir Jabrane went into the baking business because his son could not tolerate gluten.

  66. Jeffrey Epstein’s Will: He Signed 2 Days Before Killing Himself New York, August 19

    He left behind a $500 million fortune, which he ordered placed in a trust, according to documents filed in the Virgin Islands.

  67. Prince Andrew, ‘Appalled’ by Epstein Scandal, Denies Any Role World, August 19

    The denial followed the publication of a video from 2010 showing the prince waving goodbye to a young woman at the mansion of Jeffrey Epstein.

  68. A Measure of Justice for Eric Garner, and for Daniel Pantaleo Opinion, August 19

    The police commissioner sent a valuable message by firing the New York City officer who put Mr. Garner in a chokehold that turned fatal.

  69. 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.

  70. Daniel Pantaleo, N.Y.P.D. Officer Who Held Eric Garner in Chokehold, Is Fired New York, August 19

    Mr. Garner’s last words, “I can’t breathe,” gave impetus to the Black Lives Matter movement.

  71. Daniel Pantaleo, Officer Who Held Eric Garner in Chokehold, Is Fired New York, August 19

    Mr. Garner’s last words, “I can’t breathe,” galvanized the Black Lives Matter movement.

  72. N.Y.C. Is on Pace to Draw a Record 67 Million Tourists This Year New York, August 19

    Monday: The city could see close to two million more visitors than it did in 2018, according to the tourism marketing agency.

  73. Officer in ‘I Can’t Breathe’ Chokehold Was ‘Untruthful,’ Judge Says New York, August 18

    The account Officer Daniel Pantaleo gave after Eric Garner died was “implausible and self-serving,” according to the opinion obtained by The New York Times.

  74. The People of Central Park West Want Their Parking Spaces (Sorry, Cyclists) New York, August 18

    The city wants to carve out more space for cyclists. Opponents say the city is becoming increasingly hostile to drivers.

  75. The Met Reviews Items It Received From a Dealer, Now a Looting Suspect Arts, August 18

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art is studying the Indian artifacts it holds that track back to a man accused of running a major antiquities smuggling ring.

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

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  77. ‘I Would Like to Apologize to the Woman Driving a Subaru’ New York, August 18

    Parking karma, living where Edna St. Vincent Millay once lived and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

  78. Los últimos días de Jeffrey Epstein, el prisionero 76318-054 en Español, August 17

    El financiero acusado de tráfico sexual pasó de una vida de lujos a una prisión de Manhattan donde se suicidó. Así fue su tiempo dentro de la cárcel.

  79. Man Charged in Connection With Rice Cooker Scare, Police Say U.S., August 17

    The man, who was found in the Bronx on Saturday, faces three charges of placing a false bomb.

  80. Pro Tennis Returns to the Bronx, but for How Long? Sports, August 17

    The new Bronx Open, which begins Sunday at Crotona Park, is the only professional women’s event held the week before the U.S. Open.

  81. The Long Road to Injury Recovery Well, August 17

    As I ate my breakfast on a tree stump by the trailhead after my run, I finally saw that I was on my way, and that there’s no shame in taking the time I need to get there.

  82. Inmate 76318-054: The Last Days of Jeffrey Epstein New York, August 17

    The notorious jail in Manhattan was a sharp departure from his formerly gilded life. Here’s what happened inside.

  83. 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.

  84. 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.

  85. ‘Sopranos’ Actress Who Accused Harvey Weinstein of Rape May Testify at His Trial New York, August 16

    To bolster their case, prosecutors want Annabella Sciorra to take the stand, even though Mr. Weinstein is not charged with assaulting her.

  86. Jeffrey Epstein Autopsy Results Show He Hanged Himself in Suicide New York, August 16

    The New York City chief medical examiner’s determination refutes conspiracy theories that he may have been murdered.

  87. 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?

  88. Rice Cookers That Prompted Bomb Scare in Subway Investigated as ‘Hoax Devices’ New York, August 16

    The police are seeking a man who was seen leaving the appliances at Fulton Street station. But they cautioned that his intent wasn’t clear.

  89. 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.

  90. 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.

  91. 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.

  92. Why the N.Y.P.D.’s DNA Database Has Some People Worried New York, August 16

    Friday: The police say the database is effective in identifying criminals and solving crimes, but some New Yorkers are concerned that it violates privacy rights.

  93. 38 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, August 15

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

  94. 5 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, August 15

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

  95. 13 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, August 15

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

  96. 6 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Theater, August 15

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  97. 5 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Movies, August 15

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  98. 5 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, August 15

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

  99. 8 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, August 15

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

  100. 4 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, August 15

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

  101. N.Y.P.D. Detectives Gave a Boy, 12, a Soda. He Landed in a DNA Database. New York, August 15

    The city has 82,473 people in its database. Many of them have no idea their genetic information is there.

  102. Trump Tower on Obama Avenue: 290,000 Say Yes, but It Won’t Happen New York, August 15

    Even in deep blue New York, there are limits to trolling President Trump.

  103. New York Needs to Move Aggressively to Protect Cyclists and Pedestrians Opinion, August 15

    Too many people are being killed by drivers.

  104. Small Miracles, Wrapped in Pancakes, at Let’s Makan Food, August 15

    The apam balik, a popular Malaysian snack, at this spot in the Chinatown of Manhattan, is dosa-thin, tender at the heart, crisp outside and worthy of accolades.

  105. Where Malaysian Snacks Rule Slideshow, August 15

    At Let’s Makan, items like apam balik, found everywhere in Malaysia, and treats like kuih lapis, a springy layered rice-flour cake, define the menu.

  106. La autopsia de Jeffrey Epstein revela que tenía el cuello fracturado en Español, August 15

    La rotura del hueso hioides puede ocurrir en ahorcamientos, especialmente en los casos de personas mayores, como el financiero, quien tenía 66 años.

  107. Commuting Has Always Been Soul-Crushing, but There Are Inspiring Options Business, August 15

    Instead of the freeway, try a seaplane.

  108. In Central Park, a Concert for Immigrant Rights. And Selena. Arts, August 15

    Kali Uchis, Helado Negro and Cuco are coming to SummerStage for a performance series with a message.

  109. Autopsy Shows Bones in Jeffrey Epstein’s Neck Were Broken New York, August 15

    Such injuries can occur in a suicide by hanging, especially in older people like the financier, who was 66.

  110. Autopsy Shows Bones in Jeffrey Epstein’s Neck Were Broken New York, August 15

    Such injuries can occur in a suicide by hanging, especially in older people like the financier, who was 66.

  111. 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.

  112. 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.

  113. 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.

  114. What We Know About Jeffrey Epstein’s Death New York, August 15

    Thursday: New details have begun to answer some of the questions about how a high-profile prisoner could have possibly gone unsupervised for several hours.

  115. At ‘Black Woodstock,’ an All-Star Lineup Delivered Joy and Renewal to 300,000 Arts, August 15

    Before Afropunk, Nina Simone, Sly Stone, Mahalia Jackson and more graced a Harlem stage in 1969.

  116. You Make the Call: Finding the Right Manhattan Neighborhood to Start a Family Interactive, August 15

    A young Greenwich Village couple aims to stay in the area, but how far will their budget take them? Here’s where they wound up.

  117. Hundreds of Child Sexual Abuse Lawsuits Flood N.Y. Courts New York, August 15

    Wednesday was the first day in a one-year window allowing victims of child sexual abuse to file lawsuits, regardless of their age.

  118. ‘Huddled Masses’ in Statue of Liberty Poem Are European, Trump Official Says U.S., August 14

    “Give me your tired and your poor who can stand on their own two feet,” said Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II, a top Trump administration immigration official. His remarks set off a controversy.

  119. 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.

  120. Jeffrey Epstein me violó cuando yo tenía 15 años en Español, August 14

    Ahora he interpuesto una demanda contra su patrimonio y sus cómplices.

  121. Epstein Accuser Sues His Estate, Saying He Groomed Her for Sex at 14 New York, August 14

    The lawsuit from Jennifer Araoz is one of many possible lawsuits his estate may face after his death by an apparent suicide.

  122. Jeffrey Epstein Raped Me When I Was 15 Opinion, August 14

    Now I’m suing his estate and accomplices.

  123. The Cuomos, ‘The Godfather’ and the ‘Fredo’ Insult New York, August 14

    Wednesday: Mario Cuomo once spoke out against Mafia references. An incident with his son Chris brought that history flooding back.

  124. The Five Best Hikes in N.Y.C. (to Make You Forget You’re in the City) Interactive, August 14

    It’s quite simple to find yourself happily lost in the urban wilderness if you know where to look. Luckily, no matter which borough you live in, there’s a trail nearby.

  125. Fall for Dance Unveils Its 2019 Season Arts, August 13

    The diverse lineup includes four world premieres, as well as appearances by the stars Misty Copeland and Sara Mearns, and the Mariinsky Ballet.

  126. 8th N.Y. Police Officer Dies by Suicide, Further Unsettling the Force New York, August 13

    A 35-year-old who worked in the Bronx was found dead, continuing a rash of suicides this year that has rattled the nation’s largest police department.

  127. ‘It’s Like an Automatic Deportation if You Don’t Have a Lawyer’ Opinion, August 13

    New York has had success with a project that provides pro bono lawyers for detainees. The Trump administration is undermining it.

  128. Back to Pastis for a Second Helping of Nostalgia Food, August 13

    A new edition of a beloved restaurant brings simple, unadorned, hunger-obliterating French cuisine to the meatpacking district.

  129. Can Pastis Do It Again? Slideshow, August 13

    The hookers and meat slicers have gone home, but Pastis, the obsessively detailed French restaurant in the meatpacking district, is back.

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

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  131. Talking Trash in New York, and Taking Photos of It New York, August 13

    Tuesday: The Sanitation Department says the city is getting cleaner, but social media has made images of dumping more ubiquitous.

  132. Tiffany Cabán Was the Next Progressive Hope. Now What? New York, August 13

    After an achingly narrow defeat in the Democratic primary for Queens D.A., Ms. Cabán is not ruling out another run for office.

  133. Epstein Conspiracy Theories: De Blasio, Scarborough and Others Join Unfounded Speculation New York, August 12

    “It’s just too convenient,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said of Jeffrey Epstein’s death.

  134. Epstein Conspiracy Theories: De Blasio, and Others Join Speculation New York, August 12

    “It’s just too convenient,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said of Jeffrey Epstein’s death.

  135. Epstein Conspiracy Theories: De Blasio, and Others Join Speculation New York, August 12

    “It’s just too convenient,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said of Jeffrey Epstein’s death.

  136. In Short-Staffed Jail, Epstein Was Left Alone for Hours; Guard Was Substitute New York, August 12

    Only one of the two people guarding Jeffrey Epstein normally worked as a correctional officer, according to three prison officials.

  137. In Jeffrey Epstein Suicide, Barr Criticizes ‘Failure’ by Manhattan Jail New York, August 12

    “We are now learning of serious irregularities at this facility that are deeply concerning and demand a thorough investigation,” Attorney General William P. Barr said.

  138. ‘The Lightning Thief’ to Open on Broadway in September Theater, August 12

    The popular Percy Jackson musical will have a limited run at Longacre Theater.

  139. Why a Plan to Ban Most Cars on 14th Street Has Stalled (Again) New York, August 12

    Monday: For a second time, a judge halted a proposal aimed at speeding up buses.

  140. Your Tales of Trash Hell Interactive, August 12

    We asked you to document the piles of garbage bags and overflowing trash cans on New York’s streets. Here’s what you sent. Send us more.

  141. Why the Jeffrey Epstein Investigation Is Not Over New York, August 11

    Mr. Epstein is dead, but prosecutors will focus on those who may have helped him in a sex-trafficking ring. Accusers still plan to pursue lawsuits.

  142. Before Jail Suicide, Jeffrey Epstein Was Left Alone and Not Closely Monitored New York, August 11

    The disclosures about apparent failures in Mr. Epstein’s detention deepened the questions about his death.

  143. Homes That Sold for Around $750,000 Real Estate, August 11

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  144. ‘After a Few Moments of Awkward Silence, We Reached the Other Side’ New York, August 11

    Taken aback while crossing the street, a photogenic doughnut and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

  145. For Jeffrey Epstein’s Accusers, Suicide Marks Another Setback New York, August 10

    With many questions unanswered, the women called for investigations to continue into Mr. Epstein’s associates.

  146. Jeffrey Epstein: Why He Symbolized Privilege and Depravity New York, August 10

    Mr. Epstein, the financier charged with sex trafficking of minors, died by suicide in jail about a month after he was indicted.

  147. Jeffrey Epstein se suicida en prisión en Español, August 10

    El financiero acusado de tráfico sexual no se encontraba bajo vigilancia por riesgo de suicidio en la prisión de Manhattan donde estaba recluido. El procurador general William Barr declaró que se abriría una investigación para esclarecer su muerte.

  148. Jeffrey Epstein Dead in Suicide at Jail, Spurring Inquiries New York, August 10

    Mr. Epstein, the financier accused of sex trafficking, was not under suicide watch at the Manhattan jail at the time of his death.

  149. Running With My Mom: What We Talk About When We Talk About Running Well, August 10

    Preparing for a marathon as steps on a long path to a closer relationship.

  150. 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.