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    Monday: The Mets rally, it's still hot, and honoring James Baldwin.
    By Benjamin Mueller and Tatiana Schlossberg
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    By Elizabeth Svokos
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    Metropolitan Diary: From the long early journey to the abrupt end around the bend, a road race becomes a metaphor of life to a participant.
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    Friday and the weekend: Herman Melville's birthday, more heat, and a blue moon.
    By Noah Remnick
  • Bad Day for Dry Cleaning July 31, 2015
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    By The New York Times
  • What’s Your Secret to a Long Life? Tell Us in a Video July 30, 2015
    The Times is asking readers to submit a 15-second video of a person age 85 and older answering that age-old question.
    By The New York Times
  • A Moment With Mr. Trump July 30, 2015
    Metropolitan Diary: A Canadian visitor who appreciated the availability of the restrooms in the Trump Tower got a chance to thank the Great Man personally.
    By Farley Helfant
  • New York Today: If You Can’t Stand the Heat July 30, 2015
    Thursday: Restaurant Week, more heat, and a holiday sweet.
    By Noah Remnick
  • An Aroma From the Past July 29, 2015
    Metropolitan Diary: Riding in a crowded elevator up to an art gallery in Chelsea, a woman in her 70s recognized the familiar smell of marijuana.
    By Mickey Waring
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    Wednesday: Heat wave tips, local clips, and artsy trips.
    By Noah Remnick
  • Caitlyn Jenner versus the thought police August 4, 2015
    Caitlyn Jenner hasn’t transitioned enough for some folks. That much became clear in a segment on her reality series, “I Am Cait,” as she chatted with her new transgender friends...
  • Fire Carmen Fariña — or be complicit in rampant school fraud August 4, 2015
    Does Mayor de Blasio support systemic fraud in the city’s schools? If not, he’ll fire his schools chancellor, Carmen Fariña. Pronto. As The Post has been reporting, the schools under...
  • Planned Parenthood’s pathetic ‘3 percent’ lie August 4, 2015
    The nation’s premier provider of abortions doesn’t want to be known for providing abortions. Planned Parenthood, embroiled in a scandal over secret videos capturing its cavalier dismemberment of unborn babies...
  • The new war on boondoggles August 4, 2015
    From Boston to Tokyo, from Rio to Madrid, people have found a common cause: They’re tired of marquee mega-projects. That’s a good thing — mostly. Even as we’ve got to...
  • Sneaking corrupt pork back into state politics August 4, 2015
    Assembly Republicans should pass on pork. Democratic Speaker Carl Heastie has agreed to allow each Republican Assembly member to receive $125,000 of pork, known officially as “district allocations” and “district...
  • DARE’s accidental pro-pot stance was prescient August 4, 2015
    It seems appropriate that an organization called DARE would do something bold. That’s what seemed to happen last week, when Drug Abuse Resistance Education, the well-known anti-drug group — which...
  • NYC’s top structural engineer sells Pythian condo for $1.45M August 3, 2015
    New York City’s top structural engineer Silvian Marcus — who once made a video that went viral explaining how 432 Park Avenue, the tallest residential structure in the Western hemisphere,...
  • Jackson hints Knicks would’ve taken Okafor with No. 1 pick August 3, 2015
    The general consensus prior to the NBA Draft Lottery was had the Knicks lucked out and won the top pick, they would’ve selected Karl-Anthony Towns. But in his latest sitdown with...
  • Zooey Deschanel and her new husband welcome baby girl August 3, 2015
    Insiders said the bouncing bundle of joy was born in Austin, Texas last week.
  • Cecil the lion is now a Beanie Baby August 3, 2015
    Creator of the beloved Beanie Baby, TY Inc. is dedicating its latest toy to Cecil the lion, whose recent death has caused an uproar around the world. The plush animal...

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