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Flier’s Remorse

Gulfstream’s new G500 and G600 private planes offer every luxury—marble counters, living rooms, multiple sleeping areas—except the ability to land in wind

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War Criminal, Perhaps. Beautiful Writer, For Sure Did Henry Kissinger, now 99, ever meet a powerful world leader he didn’t like?


Ibiza Tries a New Drug Following years of hard partying, the Spanish island is not only going back to its bohemian roots—it’s taking them a step further

Just Arrived • June 25, 2022
Issue No. 154
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Big Little Lives The kids are all right, or at least they will be, thanks to our careful selection of the world’s top toys, children’s clothing, and baby miscellany. As the wise maxim goes, “People who say they sleep like a baby usually don’t have one.” So you might as well spend some of that time shopping

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The Rhys Woman A new book sheds fresh light on the elusive 20th-century writer behind After Leaving Mr. McKenzie and Wide Sargasso Sea

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Going Rogue In an interview, “New Yorker” writer Patrick Radden Keefe discusses the Irish Troubles, the Sacklers, and his new book, “Rogues”

Plot Twist Anthony Horowitz gets revenge for a bad review by killing off the Sunday Times theater critic in his forthcoming novel The Twist of a Knife


You Say Tomato, I Say Tomahto With Ten Tomatoes that Changed the World, William Alexander offers a smart, engaging history of the humble fruit (or vegetable, depending on who you ask)

20th-Century Picture Show A new coffee-table book collects some of the last century’s most enduring photographs, shot by Norman Parkinson, Sebastião Salgado, Weegee, and others

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My Favorite Things Interiors stylist Colin King is tapped by top design publications and brands for his ability to imbue spaces with difficult-to-pinpoint dynamism. Herewith, he shares his favorite items for both home and body

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America Slides Backward The most divisive of cultural issues gets tangled in a rightward leaning Supreme Court

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