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Goings On About Town: This Week
Tables for Two: Bonnie’s • 398 Manhattan Ave., Brooklyn
Comment: Gun Deal
Paris Postcard: Showrunner
Go Fish Dept.: Deep Water
Curriculum Dept.: Best Self
Listening Dept.: Beethoven Beats
On and Off the Avenue: Tossed and Turned • Decoding the mattress disrupters.
Personal History: A Time Line of My Recent Arrest • The times are fast and loose. The events are precise.
Annals of Law: Keep Out • Has the right to privacy gone too far—or not far enough?
Profiles: Party Crasher • Can Ron DeSantis supplant Trump as the dominant force of the G.O.P.?
Poem: “Skeleton” and “Flesh”
A Reporter at Large: Sanctuary • A mother flees Ukraine with her daughters.
Books: In Flagrante • Must we burn Casanova?
Books: Scale Model • The novelist Patrice Nganang rewrites a nation.
Books: Briefly Noted
Books: She’s Leaving Home • A pioneering trans novel and the trails it blazed.
The Current Cinema: Living the Role • “Official Competition” and “Apples.”
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A lightly challenging puzzle.