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    Team members of “Two by the Trash” discuss their answers during the music category of the King’s Cup Trivia Championship in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
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    New York City Is a Trivia Town

    The team sport, more brain than brawn, is played in bars throughout the city and culminates in the King’s Cup.


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    Liliana Bravo, an adoption supervisor at a New York City animal shelter, holds one of the many guinea pigs to be surrendered in recent weeks. The City Council is considering a bill that would ban their sale in pet shops.
    CreditNatalie Keyssar for The New York Times

    The Great Guinea Pig Giveaway Has Begun

    From geckos to chinchillas, small pets were a pandemic balm. Now shelters across the country say they are being surrendered.


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    After arriving by bus in New York from Texas, a family of Venezuelan migrants received clothing and food at a Win shelter in Queens.
    CreditVictor J. Blue for The New York Times

    New York’s Invisible Migrant Crisis

    Thousands of asylum seekers have suddenly arrived in the city with infinite need. What is being done to help them?