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Goings On About Town: This Week
Goings On About Town: Television
Tables for Two: Ernesto’s • 259 East Broadway
Comment: One in a Million
Play-by-Play: Fight Club
The Boards: Doing Iambic
L.A. Postcard: Ask Her Anything
The Art World: Proto-Goth
Onward and Upward with the Arts: Showtime • In “Russian Doll,” Natasha Lyonne barrels into the past.
Shouts & Murmurs: What Tsunami?
Notebook: Stir-Crazy • What the Mad Trapper, Huck Finn, and the rest of us have in common.
A Reporter at Large: The Unthinkable • Child suicide is on the rise. Where are we going wrong?
Poem: Pocket Garden in the City
Dept. of Criminology: Murder, He Wrote • Stéphane Bourgoin was a celebrated expert on serial killers. Then his own story came under investigation.
Fiction: The Pub with No Beer
Books: Down With Love? • Modern intimacy, modern loneliness, and the advent of the sex robot.
Books: Briefly Noted
Books: By the Collar • How does a nation emerge from theocracy? Ask the Irish.
The Art World: All Together Now • The Whitney Biennial returns, after a pandemic-induced delay.
Pop: Music: Dumb Fun • The glorious lightness of Wet Leg.
The Theatre: Husbands and Wives • Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick star in Neil Simon’s “Plaza Suite.”
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A challenging puzzle.