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In this issue:
COMMENT
"Gun Shots" by Margaret Talbot: The gun-control debate after Parkland.
ANNALS OF ECOLOGY
"Home Invasion" by Kathryn Schulz: Infiltrating residences and decimating crops, the stinkbug keeps spreading.
BOOKS
"Night Music" by Adam Gopnik: What Andrew Lloyd Webber did to musical theatre.
THE THEATRE
"Hellzapoppin'" by Hilton Als: Jerry Springer: The Opera and Black Light take on turbulent times.
THE ART WORLD
"Return of the Native" by Peter Schjeldahl: A Grant Wood retrospective at the Whitney.
ON TELEVISION
"Love, Actually" by Emily Nussbaum: The feminine craftiness of Jane the Virgin.
THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Rank and File" by Anthony Lane: Reviews of Red Sparrow and Foxtrot.
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