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The Mail: The Mail
Goings On: Goings On
Tables for Two: Cecchi’s • 105 W. 13th St.
Comment: Politics and Politicians
Wormhole Dept.: Do-Overs
Members Only Dept.: Schvitz and Tonic
The Family Business: Foot Stomping
Sketchpad: Latest in Hard Seltzers
Life and Letters: Glow in the Dark • What Kate DiCamillo understands about childhood.
Profiles: The Believer • How the Times columnist Ross Douthat translates faith to the secular world.
Shouts & Murmurs: Old Men and Sea
A Reporter at Large: Off the Street • A journey from homelessness to a room of one’s own in New York City.
Poems: A Protactile Version of “Tintern Abbey”
Sketchbook: Art-Envy Dream
Annals of Literature: Mother Tongue • Emily Wilson makes Homer modern.
Poems: Maybe in Another Life
Fiction: On the Agenda
Books: The X-Man • How Elon Musk became a superhero and then a supervillain.
Books: The Catalyst • Betty Friedan and the movement that outgrew her.
Books: Absence Africaine • A Prix Goncourt-winning novel about a quest to unearth a literary legend.
Books: Briefly Noted
Books: Hot and Bothered • James Ellroy finally takes on Marilyn Monroe.
Books: Close Encounters • The world-bridging poetry of Ben Lerner.
Pop Music: Eurotrip • Romy’s exuberant solo début.
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A beginner-friendly puzzle.