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The Mail: The Mail
Goings On: Goings On • What we’re watching, listening to, and doing this week.
Tables for Two: Foxface Naturale • 189 Avenue A
Comment: Best Shots
New Neighbor Dept.: Mystery Box
The Bench: What a Man
The Boards: Unafraid of Success
At Bat: Seamheads
Brave New World Dept.: Designing the Apocalypse • A young architect faces the climate crisis.
Personal History: Best Foot Forward • How to feel about an “okay” rating of your feet by strangers on the Internet.
Onward and Upward with the Arts: Bloomsbury Chic • The English group’s revolt against dour Victoriana inspires designers today.
Annals of Fashion: The Suitor • Thom Browne’s eccentric American tailoring.
Profiles: Outside Man • Jeremy O. Harris, before and after “Slave Play.”
Poems: Mr. Sandman
Fiction: The Narrow Way
Poems: So Attached You Are to Living in the World
Books: Makeover • Building a billion-dollar beauty brand in the influencer era.
Books: Concealed Carry • What’s really in your pocket?
Books: Briefly Noted
Books: True West • How Larry McMurtry defined and undermined the idea of Texas.
Books: The Mother Trap • Everyone’s talking about “mom rage,” but what is it?
The Theatre: Bodies at Rest • Annie Baker’s “Infinite Life.”
The Current Cinema: They Came by Night • “A Haunting in Venice” and “El Conde.”
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: Seeing Things • A themed crossword.