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Oh, Shoot: Illustrations from the Biathlon Mixed Relay at the Winter Olympics

Edward Steed‘s cartoons of the biathlon mixed relay at the 2018 Winter Olympics, in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

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A Day at the Winter Olympics, in Pyeongchang

Marcellus Hall illustrates and narrates a day at the Winter Olympics, in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

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Daily Cartoon: Friday, February 23rd

In Peter Kuper‘s Daily Cartoon, lawmakers take aim at gun-control laws.

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Ask the N.R.A.!

In this satirical advice column, Sarah Hutto imagines the N.R.A.‘s response to straightforward, everyday problems: There‘s a fire? Fight it-with fire! Bees are stinging you? Sting them right back!

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The N.R.A. Lobbyist Behind Florida‘s Pro-Gun Policies

Mike Spies on Marion Hammer‘s unique influence over legislators, which has produced laws that dramatically alter long-held American norms.

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At Last, a Fitness Class That Delivers Electric Shocks While You Exercise

Lauren Mechling on Shock Therapy, a boutique-fitness studio on the Upper East Side that offers group classes with electronic muscle-stimulation technology, or EMS.

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Pandemonium

A dynamic flutist makes a career out of creating community.

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Flames Rise Again

Alexei Ratmansky‘s ‘Flames of Paris‘ comes to American cinemas.

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The Way Station

683 Washington Ave., Brooklyn (347-627-4949)

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ESG‘s Otherworldly Sound

The seminal eighties art band celebrates forty years of its dance-punk music.

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The Unorthodox, Uncanny Eye of David Bowie

The Brooklyn Museum displays four hundred items-costumes, handwritten lyrics, album art, videos-from the artist‘s personal archive.

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How Colorado Gun-Control Advocates Beat the N.R.A.

Eli Stokols writes about Democrats and parents who lost children to gun violence banding together to achieve legislative victories

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After Parkland, a Visual of the Trumpian Empathy Script

Doreen St. Flix on a photograph of the empathy prompts that Donald Trump held during Wednesday‘s White House meeting with survivors of mass shootings in Parkland, Florida, and elsewhere.

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‘Black Lightning,‘ Reviewed: An Ambivalent Superhero (and Superdad) for the Post-Obama Era

Troy Patterson on the CW superhero series ‘Black Lightning,‘ based on the DC Comics character and starring Cress Williams as Jefferson Pierce, a high-school principal.

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‘Black Lightning,‘ Reviewed: An Ambivalent Superhero (and Super-Dad) for the Post-Obama Era

Troy Patterson on the CW superhero series ‘Black Lightning,‘ based on the DC Comics character and starring Cress Williams as Jefferson Pierce, a high-school principal.

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Sizing Up Yannick Nzet-Sguin, the Met‘s Incoming Music Director, in Wagner‘s ‘Parsifal‘

Russell Platt writes about Yannick Nzet-Sguin, who will replace James Levine as the music director of the Metropolitan Opera, and his recent interpretations of Wagner‘s opera ‘Parsifal.‘

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Inside Trump‘s Dirty Deals Abroad

Adam Davidson joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss how the Trump family‘s business dealings abroad could inform the Mueller investigation.

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The Truth About Queso (And How Chipotle Got It Wrong)

Hannah Goldfield writes about the variations and history of queso, a staple of Tex-Mex cuisine, and why Chipotle‘s recent attempt at the cheese dip went awry.

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Things to Do in New York City This Weekend, Feb. 2325, 2018

Our critics pick the best music, art, theatre, restaurants, and more.

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‘Game Night‘ and the Obsolete Exertions of Improv Comedy

Richard Brody reviews ‘Game Night,‘ a new comedy-slash-thriller starring Rachel McAdams and Jason Bateman and directed by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein.

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How Much Yelling Do We Need in Our Olympics Coverage?

Ian Crouch on TV commentary at the 2018 Winter Olympics and the former skier Bode Miller‘s subdued announcing style, which has received criticism.

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The Alien Richness of Kate Braverman‘s Short Stories

Katy Waldman on Kate Braverman‘s new collection of short fiction, ‘A Good Day for Seppuku,‘ which floods readers in images that throb with menace or pleasure.

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Dear Pepper: Odd Moms and Corporate Overlords

Liana Finck illustrates the latest installment of her weekly advice-column comic called Dear Pepper, and offers suggestions for weird moms and former corporate drones.

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The Ups and Downs: Ski-Jumping Illustrations from the Winter Olympics

Edward Steed illustrates scenes from the Winter Olympics ski-jumping competition in Pyeongchang.

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