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Naftali Bennett and the New Hard Line in Israeli Politics
A Rift over Racism Divides the Southern Baptist Convention, Plus, the Fallout from Gamestop
Jon M. Chu on “In the Heights”
Yo-Yo Ma and Emanuel Ax on Beethoven’s Politics of the Cello
A Vaccinated Day at the Ballpark, and Sarah Schulman on ACT-UP
Spike Lee on the Knicks’ Resurgence
Can We Finally End School Segregation?
“Fire in Little Africa,” A Rap Album about a Historical Tragedy
The Post-Pandemic Dress Code, Plus Hilton Als on Alice Neel
Thomas McGuane Reads “Balloons”
Three Women Who Changed the World
Are U.F.O.s a National Security Threat?
A Surge at the Border, and the Children of Morelia
What Is Happening in the Internment Camps in Xinjiang
Rickie Lee Jones’s Life on the Road
The Brody Awards, and Louis Menand on “The Free World”