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Goings On About Town: This Week
Tables for Two: El Quijote • 226 W. 23rd St.
Comment: Gun Fight
Endangered Species Dept.: Superman Was Here
With the Band: Cooking Against the Wind
Postscript: Roger Angell
Dept. of Transportation: Shipping News • Containerized cargo changed the world. What happens when it takes a dive?
Shouts & Murmurs: Flat
Onward and Upward with the Arts: Ring of Fire • Angel Olsen transfigures grief and anger into songs of survival.
Annals of Justice: Harvey Weinstein’s Last Campaign • How the Hollywood producer lost control of the story during his criminal trial in New York.
Letter from Los Angeles: Above the Law • Are there gangs operating inside the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department?
Poem: A Meaning
Fiction: The Boy Upstairs
Books: The Gentleman • Thom Gunn’s letters reveal the person behind the poems.
Books: Reading the Leaves • What the novelist Barbara Pym knew about tea and sympathy.
Books: Briefly Noted
Musical Events: Outsiders • “X” in Detroit and “Hamlet” at the Met.
The Theatre: Daddy Issues • “Fat Ham” and “Who Killed My Father.”
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A beginner-friendly puzzle.