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Goings On About Town: This Week
Goings On About Town: Podcasts
Tables for Two: Little Banchan Shop • 5-28 49th Ave., Queens
Comment: Cycles of History
Secret Mission Dept.: Price Tracker
Breaking in Dept.: Expert Advice
The Boards: Skate Camp
Postscript: Peter Schjeldahl
Onward and Upward with the Arts: Restless Farewell • He’s in his eighties. How does Bob Dylan keep it new?
Shouts & Murmurs: It Takes a Village
A Reporter at Large: The Money War
Annals of Politics: Only Connect • Across the country, Democrats are transforming their identity to retain the working class.
Poem: Six Notes
The Sporting Scene: In Reverse • Toto Wolff’s Mercedes team dominated Formula 1 for a decade. Now it can’t win a race.
Poem: To Noah, from Wife, Some Years After
Fiction: Narrowing Valley
Books: Finding the Founders • How Samuel Adams helped ferment a revolution.
Books It’s Spreading • Outbreaks and uprisings in Orhan Pamuk’s “Nights of Plague.”
Books: Briefly Noted
The Art World Making Do • Surveys of Just Above Midtown and Edward Hopper capture New York’s history.
Musical Events: Vision Quest • The New York Philharmonic’s future depends on more than a renovated hall.
Pop Music: Looking Back • Will Sheff’s aching lament for a starry-eyed rock-and-roll dream.
The Theatre: Confidence Game • Suzan-Lori Parks’s tour de force “Topdog/Underdog” returns to Broadway.
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A challenging puzzle.