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Goings On About Town: This Week • As ever, it’s advisable to check in advance to confirm engagements.
Night Life: Spring Preview
Art: Spring Preview
Dance: Spring Preview
Classical Music: Spring Preview
Television: Spring Preview
The Theatre: Spring Preview
Movies: Spring Preview
Tables for Two: Eyval • 25 Bogart St., Brooklyn
Comment: The Field
Ephemera Dept.: Poster Power
The Pictures: Where the Girls Are
Hand-Me-Down Dept.: Kicking the Tires
Reboot Dept.: Server Tales
Letter from Riga: News in Exile • How Russian journalists are covering the war in Ukraine.
Shouts & Murmurs: I Have Questions for ChatGPT
Brave New World Dept.: Milking It • Can breast milk—the gold standard in infant nutrition—be re-created in a lab?
Profiles: Marriage of the Minds • The philosopher Agnes Callard’s search for what one human can be to another human.
Poems: Guilt Mountain
Our Local Correspondents: The Way Things Work • Money, politics, and the public good in the fight over Penn Station and Madison Square Garden.
Fiction: How I Became a Vet
Books: Running Scared • Jenny Odell takes on time and its captors.
Books: The Gardener • How Eleanor Catton thickens the plot.
Books: Briefly Noted
Pop Music: A Little Bit Rock 'n' Roll • HARDY brings fresh energy to an unfashionable genre.
Musical Events: Mysteries of Love • Kate Soper’s “The Romance of the Rose,” and Wagner’s “Lohengrin” at the Met.
The Theatre: Village People • A revival of Lorraine Hansberry’s “The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window.”
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A lightly challenging puzzle.