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The Mail: The Mail
Goings On About Town: This Week
The Theatre: Summer Preview • David Byrne, “Hamlet” in the Park, “The Doctor”
Dance: Summer Preview • Al-Fresco Dance, Mark Morris, A.B.T.
Classical Music: Summer Preview • Louis Langrée, the Shed’s Sonic Sphere, Tanglewood
Contemporary Music: Summer Preview • Beyoncé, Madonna, the Moldy Peaches
Art: Summer Preview • Garden Layers, Park Crochet, Picasso Problems
Movies: Summer Preview • Technology, Adventure, Romance
Tables for Two: West African in Brooklyn • West African in Brooklyn
Comment: Justices and Money
Wind on Capitol Hill: Too Late for the Trees
Sendoff Dept.: Toasting Norman
The Musical Life: Comic Timing
L.A. Postcard: Talking Points
Our Local Correspondents: The Revolving Door • What a subway killing reveals about mental illness and homelessness.
Shouts & Murmurs: Translation
The World of Fashion: The Bling King
A Reporter at Large: Hunting the Hunters • A conservation N.G.O. infiltrates wildlife-trafficking rings to bring them down.
Poems: To Astraeus
Letter from the U.K.: Chaos Theory • How a disaster expert prepares for the worst.
Fiction: Long Island
Poems: The MRI
Books: Driven Around the Bend • The real cost of our cars.
Books: Reckless Disregard • Do our media-friendly defamation rules hurt our democracy?
Books: Briefly Noted
On Television: Drama Queen • The “Bridgerton” prequel series “Queen Charlotte,” on Netflix.
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A moderately challenging puzzle.