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Goings On About Town: This Week
Tables for Two: Great N.Y. Noodletown • 28 Bowery
Comment: Different Worlds
Judge Not: Good Vibrations
The Pictures: Micro-Society at Sea
Food Memories: Hold the Onions
Your Own Back Yard: Natives
Letter from India: Screen Test • When the Hindu right came for Bollywood.
Shouts & Murmurs: More Types of Parents
Our Local Correspondents: Sound Affects • The science and emotions of improving a famous concert hall’s acoustics.
A Reporter at Large: The Abortion Underground • Post-Roe, a Mexican activist helps American women defy the law.
Poem: Romantic Poetry
Portfolio: Waiting for the Bus in Uvalde • After a horrific shooting, a morning ritual takes on new meaning.
Fiction: Come Softly to Me
Poem: Before Notre Dame Burned, We Went on Vacation
Sketchbook: Here is a Song My Son and I Sang to His Almost Two-Year-Old Kid
The Theatre: Act, Memory • Tom Stoppard resurrects the past in “Leopoldstadt.”
Books: Better Nature • Lydia Millet’s ambivalence about humans.
Books: Briefly Noted
Books: National Treasure • Rediscovering Alessandro Manzoni’s “The Betrothed.”
Musical Events: In Extremis • “Otello,” at Opera Philadelphia, and “Medea,” at the Met.
The Current Cinema: Cherchez La Femme • “Decision to Leave” and “Amsterdam.”
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A beginner-friendly puzzle.