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The Mail: The Mail
Goings On About Town: This Week
Goings On About Town: Television
Tables for Two: Superiority Burger • 119 Avenue A
Comment: Florida Machine
Dept. of Sanitation: Reduce, Retain, Remember
Art Fair: My Kid Could Do That
Dog’s Life Dept.: The Rescue Circuit
Survival Dept.: The Song
Annals of Music: The Trials of Ed Sheeran • Who owns a groove?
Shouts & Murmurs: Lesser-Known Postpartum Mood Disorders
Onward and Upward with the Arts: Front Man • Matty Healy, of the 1975, remains torn between the heartfelt and the arch.
A Reporter at Large: One for the Money • How to hire a pop star for your private party.
Profiles: Pop Up • Kim Petras has dreamed of superstardom since she was a teen-ager. Has her moment arrived?
Letter from Memphis: Soul Survivors • A trove of unreleased songs reveals a hidden history of Stax.
Poems: What Is the Smell of a Circle?
Fiction: Do You Love Me?
Poems: Coyotes by the Eliot House
Books: Letting Go • What women writers give up in order to come into their own.
Books: Briefly Noted
Books: No More Rules • The long afterlife of libertarianism.
A Critic at Large: Pleasant Sorrows • The mysticism of Paul Simon.
Musical Events: The Pit and the Podium • Gustavo Dudamel, at the Philharmonic, and Nathalie Stutzmann, at the Met.
Pop Music: Shooting Star • Christine and the Queens’ restless self-inventions.
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Puzzles & Games Dept.: Broken Records • A themed crossword.