Dancing Through New York

In a summer of joy and grief.

"Back then, the summer seemed luxuriously long. But our reckless rush to make the most of it told another story. Even before the sudden surge of the Delta variant, we knew whatever freedom we'd chosen to feel would be hyperlocal, most likely temporary and possibly destructive. We were right to think it might be our only chance."

In our cover story this week, Carina del Valle Schorske writes about how "dancing activates the pleasure in this roiling field of possibilities, makes it feel as if there will always be another chance to choose."

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