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Goings On About Town: This Week
Goings On About Town: Television
Tables for Two: Patti Ann’s • 570 Vanderbilt Ave., Brooklyn
Comment: Highs and Lows
L.A. Postcard: Caffeinated
Supporting Player Dept.: Animal Act
Footlights Dept.: Name Change
Life’s Work: A Beginner’s Mind
Profiles: Becoming Modern • How Salman Toor left the Old Masters behind.
Shouts & Murmurs: Come On to My House
Annals of Sound: On Alert • Should quiet cars be heard?
American Chronicles: The Hard Sell • A door-to-door salesman’s quest to rebrand his profession.
Poem: An Ordinary Morning
Letter from Ukraine: The Law of War • What does justice look like for the victims of Russia’s atrocities?
Fiction: A Duet
Poem: I Am Simon Armitage
Books: Affective Disorder • Some psychologists contend that our emotions are culturally specific. How should we feel about that?
Books: Briefly Noted
Books: Reigning Men • How toxic is masculinity really?
The Art World: Time Capsule • “New York: 1962-1964” captures a period of creative preëminence.
The Theatre: Charming Princes • The fraught fantasies of “Into the Woods” and “Hamlet.”
On Television: Down South • “P-Valley,” on Starz.
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A lightly challenging puzzle.