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Goings On About Town: This Week
Tables for Two: Osteria La Baia • 129 W. 52nd St.
Comment: Pandemic Choices
On the Runway: Like Lichen
Unidentified Parcel: Listening Party
Dept. of Labor: Jousting in Jersey
Sketchpad: Sunday in the Park
Personal History: Boy • Leaving Cedarwood Road.
Annals of Comedy: The Joker • Shane Gillis’s fall and rise.
Shouts & Murmurs: Confusing Batman Cameos
The World of Fashion: The Tastemaker • Behind the scenes with Laila Gohar, the Björk of food.
Onward and Upward with the Arts: An Uncertain Image • A collector thought he had bought a Lucian Freud painting. How far would he go to prove it?
Sketchbook by Roz Chast: Margie Discovers Barbiecore
Poem: Among the Trees
The Current Cinema: That Fifties Show • “Don’t Worry Darling” and “Blonde.”
Books: Disgraced • What happened to Rudy Giuliani?
Books: Alone Together • A woman is isolated by a mysterious force in Marlen Haushofer’s classic novel.
Books: Serpentine City • In search of the soul of Naples.
Books: Briefly Noted
On Television: Second Life • “American Gigolo,” on Showtime.
The Theatre: In the Retelling • Two plays make old stories new.
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: Freestylers • A themed crossword.