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Goings On About Town: This Week
Theatre: Summer Preview
Contemporary Music: Summer Preview
Dance: Summer Preview
Art: Summer Preview
Classical Music: Summer Preview
Movies: Summer Preview
Tables for Two: Aunts Et Uncles
Comment: India in Crisis
Ars Longa: Up in Smoke
Slideshow Dept.: Mars Time
Here Today Dept.: Ghost Forest
London Postcard: Sprucing Up the Lane
Personal History: Pearls • Thirty years with Hugh.
Shouts & Murmurs: Emily Post’s Post-Pandemic Etiquette
Dept. of Exploration: Cold Case • A new solution to the mystery at Dead Mountain.
A Reporter at Large: The Big Gamble • Is Robinhood democratizing finance or encouraging risk?
Poem: First Date During Social Distance
Annals of Gastronomy: Yuck! • What makes food disgusting, and who gets to judge?
Fiction: Children of the Good Book
Books: Good Years • Facing death in a world that’s living longer.
Books: Briefly Noted
Books: Rising in the East • The secret history of Asian nationalism.
Pop Music: Lucid Dreams • The clear-eyed songs of girl in red.
On Television: Bad Mirror • Season 2 of “The Circle,” on Netflix.
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A challenging puzzle.