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Goings On About Town: This Week • In an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, many New York City venues are closed. Here’s a selection of culture to be found around town, as well as online and streaming.
Goings On About Town: Television
Tables for Two: Milu • 333 Park Avenue South
Comment: The Final Days
On Capitol Hill: “Ma’am, We’ve Got to Go”
A Proud Boy Speaks: Cretin Hop
Dispatch: Mob Rule in the Capitol
Georgia Postcard: The Run-Ons
The Waves: Solstice Surfathon
Letter from Colorado: Bad Influencer • Trolling the great outdoors.
Personal History: The Hard Crowd • Coming of age on the streets of San Francisco.
The Control of Nature: Life Hacks • New gene-editing techniques could be used to revive species. Or do them in.
Profiles: Structure and Flow • How El Anatsui broke the seal on contemporary art.
Poem: The Cricket
Poem: what the angels eat
Books: Starting Fresh • The value of learning to do things you’ll never do well.
Books: Briefly Noted
Books: Dispossessions • Human history and the hunger for land.
A Critic at Large: We Work • Labor without end.
Musical Events: Road Trip • David Hockney’s “Wagner Drive.”
The Theatre: On Book • The restlessly inventive plays of Adrienne Kennedy.
The Current Cinema: Aftermaths • “Pieces of a Woman” and “Some Kind of Heaven.”
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