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Tables for Two: Casa Enrique • 5-48 49th Ave., Queens
Comment: Omicron by the Numbers
Up the River: Artists at Work
Dept. of Exclusivity: Members Only
The Boards: Playing in Space
Utopia Dept.: No Riffraff
Dept. of Technology: Flying Aces • Artificial intelligence is transforming warplanes. Will pilots trust it?
Shouts & Murmurs: Wirecutter: The Best Partner
Life and Letters: Behind the Mask • The ironic genius of Thomas Mann.
A Reporter at Large: The Bounty Hunter • Jordan Thomas’s army of whistle-blowers has exposed one Wall Street wrongdoing after another. But is he changing the industry?
Poem: Sixteen Center
Annals of Justice: Fault Lines • A woman’s quest to free the man convicted of killing her father.
Poem: My Mother in Bardo
Fiction: What’s the Deal, Hummingbird?
A Critic at Large: Eat Prey Love • The unsettling book behind a classic children’s movie.
Books: Riefly Noted
Books: Radical Acts • The many lives of Lorraine Hansberry.
Pop Music: Life Goes On • John Mellencamp finds inspiration in aging.
On Television: Sinnermen • “The Righteous Gemstones,” on HBO.
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A lightly challenging puzzle.