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The Mail: The Mail
Goings On About Town: This Week
Goings On About Town: Podcasts
Tables for Two: Japanese Breakfast in Brooklyn
Comment: Pill Battles
Gone South: Oxymoron
Stop the Press: Personal News
The Boards: Connections
Sketchpad: Meet the Gators of N.Y.C. • “An emaciated alligator found in Prospect Park … was the latest in a long line of saw-toothed reptiles found all over New York City.”—The Times
The Wayward Press: Villagegate • At a downtown paper, a fight over succession—and Sarah Jessica Parker.
Shouts & Murmurs: How to Tell if You’re in a TV Show
Onward and Upward in the Garden: Pay Dirt • Leafing through the seed catalogues.
Life and Letters: Magic Realism • The novelist H. G. Carrillo’s inventions went too far.
Annals of Science: A Little-Known Planet • An entomologist races to find caterpillars before they disappear.
Fiction: False Star
Books: Abolish the Poor • Matthew Desmond argues that poverty persists because we let it.
Books: Good Talk • Can conversation save our souls?
Books: Use Your Hands • How Maylis de Kerangal turns work into writing.
Books: Briefly Noted
Pop Music: Drill Bits • Central Cee brings Americans on a tour of British hip-hop.
The Art World: The Good Earth • Senga Nengudi’s journeys through air, water, and sand.
The Theatre: Close Listening • Jessica Chastain stars in “A Doll’s House.”
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A beginner-friendly puzzle.