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Goings On About Town: This Week
Tables for Two: Hawksmoor • 109 E. 22nd St.
Comment: Trumpism and Ukraine
Ukraine Postcard: The Vlog of War
The Deep: And Not to Yield
Dream Role: Ambitious, Realistic
Paris Postcard: Between Two Chairs
American Chronicles: The Parent Trap • How school fights, from evolution to anti-racism, pit parents against the state.
Letter from Ukraine: The Siege • A journey through Russia’s military assault.
Portfolio: Destinations Unknown • At the Polish border, Ukrainians fleeing the invasion weigh their next moves.
A Reporter at Large: Dangerous Minds • The government hunted Chinese spies on campuses. Did it go too far?
Fiction: Wood Sorrel House
Poem: The Letter, 1968
The Art World: Facing War • How artists have pictured conflict.
Books: Offensive Play • Can Peter Handke’s fiction be separated from his notorious politics?
Books: Briefly Noted
Books: Muscle Memory • Is fitness culture our friend?
Books: Hard Lines • Solmaz Sharif’s poetry refuses to fill in the gaps.
Musical Events: Behind the Throne • Verdi’s “Don Carlos,” at the Met.
The Theatre: History Lesson • “The Chinese Lady” tells the story of Afong Moy.
On Television: Fresh Take • “Bel-Air” on Peacock, and “Abbott Elementary,” on ABC.
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Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A challenging puzzle.