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Goings On About Town: This Week
Television: Fall Preview • Murder Mystery, Intergalactic Drama
Art: Fall Preview • Kandinsky in the Round, Worldwide Surrealism
Dance: Fall Preview • Ballet, the Joyce, Fall for Dance
Night Life: Fall Preview • James Blake, Wizkid, Adrianne Lenker
Classical Music: Fall Preview • The Met, BAM, Carnegie Hall
The Theatre: Fall Preview • Broadway’s Star Casting and New Diversity
Movies: Fall Preview • Hollywood Veterans and Rising Independents
Tables for Two: Margie’s • 108-10 Rockaway Beach Dr., Queens
Downfall Dept.: Upriver
Home-Town Kid: Playing Time
L.A. Postcard: Going Out in Style
The Pictures: Pianist, Protector
Annals of Astronomy: The Youthful Universe • A new space telescope will allow us to see deeper into the past than ever before.
Shouts & Murmurs: E-Mail Escalation
Life and Letters: Mirror Writing • What Jason Reynolds wants his young readers to see.
The Control of Nature: The Lost Canyon • Drought is shrinking one of the country’s largest reservoirs, revealing a hidden Eden.
Personal History: The Hospital • A road to recovery in the psychiatric ward.
Poem: Gertrude Stein
Fiction: Selection Week
Poem: Amelia’s Model
On Television: Comfort Zone • “Ted Lasso,” on Apple TV+.
Books: Briefly Noted
Books: Legitimation Crisis • Did liberal reformers shake our faith in government?
Books: Renovations • Deborah Levy and Dana Spiotta write about old houses and new beginnings.
Musical Events: There Will Be Blood • John Corigliano’s opera “The Lord of Cries” reimagines Dionysus as Dracula.
The Current Cinema: Family Values • “Annette” and “Ema.”
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A challenging puzzle.