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The Mail: The Mail
Goings On: Fall Preview • What we’re watching, listening to, and doing this season.
Comment: Fire Alarm
D.C. Postcard: Insurrectionabilia
Edible Content: Ted’s Pizza
In the Water: A Staten Island Lap
Sketchpad: The Sighting
Personal History: Man of Steel
The Control of Nature: Hive Mind • Is beekeeping wrong?
Shouts & Murmurs: The Wisdom of Rudolph Giuliani
A Reporter at Large: Elon Musk’s Shadow Rule • How the U.S. government came to rely on the tech billionaire—and is now struggling to rein him in.
Poems: The Nature of Memory
Letter from Brooklyn: A Neighborhood, Authored • Revisiting “The Making of Boerum Hill.”
Fiction: The Autopsy
Poems: What’s Poetry Like?
Musical Events: Requiem for a Festival • Does the end of Mostly Mozart signal a rising disdain for classical music at Lincoln Center?
Books: Briefly Noted
Books: The Biggest Losers • How the Bible turned a history of defeat into triumph.
Books: Blank Space • The sly enchantments of Hilary Leichter’s novel “Terrace Story.”
The Current Cinema: Altered States • “Gran Turismo” and “Fremont.”
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A challenging puzzle.