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Goings On About Town: Podcasts
Tables for Two: Zhego • 38-4 61st St., Queens
Comment: Moving On
Red Carpet Dept.: The Debt Gala
Recycling Dept.: Paper Trail
Second Start Dept.: Blue Flash
Postscript: Bruce McCall
Personal History: The Ghostwriter • Prince Harry’s collaborator on life in the margins.
Shouts & Murmurs: Is Not Drinking a Problem for You?
Profiles: Gut Feelings • The filmmakers trying to capture experience—from inside the body.
A Reporter at Large: The Planned Parenthood Problem • Is the group too cautious and corporate, forcing independent abortion providers to take the biggest risks?
Letter from I’skenderun: Fractured Land • The earthquakes in Turkey highlighted the corruption and authoritarianism of President Erdoğan. Can he be defeated?
Poems: Mid-Century Modern
Fiction: Maintenance, Hvidovre
Books: The Voice • Martin Luther King, Jr., and the perilous power of respectability.
Books: Briefly Noted
Books: Click-Witted • Ben Smith’s adventures in Web traffic.
Musical Events: Cave Art • The Louisville Orchestra goes underground with Yo-Yo Ma.
The Current Cinema: Get the Message • “BlackBerry” and “Chile ’76.”
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A challenging puzzle.