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Goings On About Town: This Week
Tables for Two: Dunya Kabab House • 696 Coney Island Ave., Brooklyn
Comment: Legitimate Decisions
Ugly Babies Dept.: Flashback
Time Capsule: Mint
Fifteen Minutes Dept.: Trivia Question
Day in the Life: Incognito
Annals of Inquiry: Becoming You • Are you the same person you were when you were a child?
Shouts & Murmurs: My Flight Delay at J.F.K.
Letter from Texas: The Bodies in the Cave • Amateur archeologists found Native remains. Whom should they belong to?
A Reporter at Large: In the Filtration Camps • Russian forces claim that they’re rooting out enemy combatants. But their detainees are Ukrainian civilians.
Poem: True Apothecary
Profiles: Close to the Sun • The making of Bertrand Piccard’s solar-powered air journey around the world.
Poem: From "Musical Tables"
Fiction: Take Half, Leave Half
A Critic at Large: Spooked • What’s wrong with the C.I.A.?
Books: Briefly Noted
Books: Soul Music • John Donne and the purpose of poetry.
The Art World: Stilled Life • The photography of Wolfgang Tillmans.
Pop Music: Extremely Online • Gayle, and the rise of meta-pop.
The Theatre: The Outsiders • “American (tele)visions” and Little Amal.
The Current Cinema: Baton Charge • “Tár.”
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A lightly challenging puzzle.