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Goings On About Town: This Week
Tables for Two: Dacha 46
Comment: Unpacking the Court
Together Again Dept.: Adult Supervision
Maine Postcard: Weed Work-Around
Infrastructure Dept.: A New Highline
Our Local Correspondents: Scooter City • Is New York ready for mode change?
Shouts & Murmurs: Other Digital Passports to Reduce Your Risk to Society
Annals of Medicine: Mind Machines • Brain implants can transform how patients feel—and who they feel they are.
A Reporter at Large: Rocket Men • How North Korean hackers fund their country’s weapons program through cybercrime.
Profiles: Make Me an Offer • Ari Emanuel takes on the world.
Poem: In the Presence of Sunlight
Fiction: Old Babes in the Wood
Poem: The Way Things Were Up Until Now
Pop Music: Show Stopper • The Afrofuturist sounds of Dawn Richard.
Books: Measure Twice • What we’ve learned from home economics.
Books: Internal exile • The reorientations of Edward Said.
Books: Briefly Noted
Books: Married to It • What do we want a First Lady to be?
The Art World: Her American Life • Alice Neel’s portraits of difference.
The Current Cinema: Wild Sides • “Voyagers” and “Monday.”
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A moderately challenging puzzle.