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Goings On About Town: This Week • In an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, many New York City venues are closed. Here’s a selection of culture to be found around town, as well as online and streaming.
Tables for Two: Gastronomy Underground
Comment: Man With a Plan
Wind on Capitol Hill: The Green Zone
Atlanta Postcard: Holdout
The Pictures: The Natural
Paris Postcard: The Trap
Letter from Washington: Trump Gets Dumped • Mitch McConnell’s break with him was yet another act of self-interest.
Shouts & Murmurs: Things That Are Different in Europe
Personal History: Living With a Visionary • We shared a world. Then Diana’s hallucinations became her own reality.
A Reporter at Large: The Vanishing Wild • Paula Kahumbu’s crusade to get Kenyans to save their country’s animals.
Annals of Architecture: Office Space • The post-pandemic future of open-plan work.
Poem: Portrait of My Brother at Thirteen and 5’2”
Fiction: The Wind
Poem: Horse in a Gas Mask
Books: On the Nose • How to make sense of scents.
Books: Briefly Noted
Books: Struggle Sessions • What are the Cultural Revolution’s lessons for our current moment?
Books: Doctor Doctor • A new biography of the trailblazing Blackwell sisters.
A Critic at Large: The Falconer • What we get wrong about Joan Didion.
The Art World: Movements of One • Josef Albers and Giorgio Morandi.
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