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Goings On About Town: This Week • As New York City venues reopen, it’s advisable 1to confirm in advance the requirements for in-person attendance.
Classical Music: Summer Preview
Contemporary Music: Summer Preview
The Theatre: Summer Preview
Dance: Summer Preview
Art: Summer Preview
Movies: Summer Preview
Tables for Two: So Do Fun • 155 Third Ave.
Comment: After the Leak
Scooping the Court: Roe-gate
In the Streets: Primal Screaming
Visiting Dignitary: Mission Creep
Pandemic Project: Hat Trick
Annals of War: Weapon of Influence • A new drone has changed the nature of warfare and enabled Turkey’s rise.
Shouts & Murmurs: Tucker Carlson on the Alien Invasion
Dept. of Science: The Grothendieck Mystery • Alexander Grothendieck revolutionized mathematics—then he disappeared.
Profiles: Light and Shadow • Matthew Wong’s art conveys a life of extraordinary pain and self-determination.
Letter from Chengdu: A Bitter Education • A teacher in China encounters the limits of free expression.
Poem: First Day of War
Comic Strip: Confessions of a New Mitski Lover
Fiction: The Face in the Mirror
Books: You're Talking Nonsense • How queer was Ludwig Wittgenstein?
Books: Briefly Noted
Books: Burned Out • How fame fed on Edna St. Vincent Millay.
The Art World: Going Flat Out • The revolutionary charge of Henri Matisse.
The Current Cinema: For Those in Peril • “Happening” and “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.”
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A challenging puzzle.