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Goings On About Town: This Week
Goings On About Town: Celebrating the Holidays
Goings On About Town: Podcasts
Tables for Two: Kingfisher • 505 Rogers Ave., Brooklyn
Comment: Squawk on the Wild Side
Insulation Dept.: Captive Audience
News Hole: Playing Anchorman
The Musical Life: Four Valves
Juvenilia Dept.: Director’s Cut
Letter from Antarctica: Journey to Doomsday • How soon could a Florida-size glacier slide into the sea?
Poem: The Old Painter on a Walk
Annals of a Warming Planet: A Vast Experiment • The climate crisis from A to Z.
A Reporter at Large: The Coming Storm • An Alaskan town is losing ground—and a way of life.
Poem: To the Realization of Perfect Helplessness
Portfolio: Blade Runners • In West Virginia, some energy workers spend their days up in the air.
Fiction: The Hollow Children
Books: Little Houses on the Prairie • In “Cheap Land Colorado,” Ted Conover goes off the grid in search of another America.
Books The Evolutionists • How the Huxleys helped make our world.
Book: Briefly Noted
The Current Cinema: Trouble in Mind • “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,” “White Noise,” and “The Son.”
The Theatre: Salt of the Earth • Will Arbery’s existential comedy mines our dark moment.
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: ELEMENTAL CHANGE • A themed crossword.