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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: Podcasts
Tables for Two: Rolo’s • 853 Onderdonk Ave., Queens
Comment: A Climate Change
Dept. of Agitprop: Keeping Count
Legacies: Wrecking Ball
Kids Today Dept.: Beautiful Soup
Hyphenate: Lights on the Corner
Letter from Moscow: Five-Month Plan • When the pandemic struck, Russia set out to beat the West to a vaccine.
Shouts & Murmurs: Tips for Public Speakers
American Chronicles: The Color of Money • An activist tried to build a capital of Black capitalism. What could go wrong?
A Reporter at Large: The Damage • Trump transformed immigration through hundreds of quiet measures. Can they be uncovered and reversed?
Poem: There Is Nothing Quieter
Annals of Geography: Promised Land • A young climate activist is creating maps to help the Catholic Church combat global warming.
Poem: This Is Not a Poem
Sketchbook: Paul and Audrey
Fiction: A Wrinkle in the Realm
Books: Zero Day • Hacking the whole world.
Books: Now Do It as You • How Mike Nichols met his moment.
Books: The Human Clay • How Lucian Freud found his subject.
Books: Briefly Noted
Books: That’s the Joke • Big laughs and hard silences in Erin Belieu’s poetry.
Pop Music: Old Soul • Revisiting the sounds of Dusty Springfield.
On Television: Double Agent • When work becomes life, in “Call My Agent!” and “The Bureau.”
The Current Cinema: Connections • “The Little Things,” “Supernova,” and “Two of Us.”
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