today's MUG 01.20.17

arts
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Invitation
the skint


circus Same circus, different clowns? Not at all. Atlas Circus, started by college students in 2014, makes its New York debut on February 17 at Dixon Place. The show is titled The Optimist and you'll find an unexpected emphasis (for a circus) on narrative. As Ringling Brothers prepares to shut down, the circus impulse doesn't change—its expression does.




book New Yorker staff writer Alan Burdick contemplates the idea of time and particularly Why Times Flies. The subtitle is 'a mostly scientific investigation' but, inevitably, philosophy slips in. The book is available next week—no time at all.



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