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The Mail: The Mail
Goings On About Town: This Week
Goings On About Town: Television
Tables for Two: Balkan StrEAT • 353 Sixth Ave.
Comment: Emergency Measures
The Pictures: Decorative
Time Travel Dept.: Witness Buildings
At the Museums: Loot Reboot
Sketchpad: Baseball Has New Rules for 2023
Brave New World Dept.: Fertile Ground • The biotech startups that want to revolutionize human reproduction.
BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN IN MANHATTAN
Annals of Gastronomy: The Crunch Bunch • How Taco Bell fired the first shot in the stunt-food wars.
A Reporter at Large: Security Breach • Criminals presumed that a new kind of phone network couldn’t be infiltrated by cops. Big mistake.
Poems: All Souls
Sketchbook: Bon Voyage
Onward and Upward with Technology: The Language Game • Luis von Ahn turned Duolingo into the world’s most popular education app. How much can it teach us?
Fiction: The Stuntman
Poems: Rowan Tree
Books: The Great Interruption • What was the English Revolution about, anyway?
Books: Inspiration, Inc. • How “creativity” was created.
Books: High Achievers • How taking drugs changed the science of the self.
Books: Walk the Line • In Dennis Lehane’s “Small Mercies,” the Boston busing protests are murder.
Books: Briefly Noted
The Theatre: Guiding Light • “Regretfully, So the Birds Are” and “White Girl in Danger.”
The Current Cinema: Parent Traps • “Beau Is Afraid” and “Everything Went Fine.”
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: Access Denied • A themed crossword.