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A Class of Their Own To educate the nouveau riche owners of their sports cars, Ferrari is offering multi-day driving classes—hotels included

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The Princess in the Tribeca Loft A new biography of Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy looks at the glamorous but caged life of J.F.K. Jr.’s wife, whose influence endures 25 years after her death


Portrait of the Artist as a Monster A searing new memoir recounts a daughter’s toxic and chaotic relationship with her father, the artist Lucian Freud

Easy Breezy A personal air-conditioning unit from Japan! The best way to keep your fridge smelling clean! An adapter that will bring your analog audio gear into the streaming age! And more …

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The Way Things Were Morris Engel’s 1980s telephone-booth photos—published for the first time in AIR MAIL—harken back to a bygone New York City

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House of the Spirits Gabriel Smith’s buzzy debut novel is a semi-autofictional gothic story about ghosts

Book of Judith A new biography revisits the life of Judith Jones, the publishing legend who worked with Sylvia Plath, John Updike, Langston Hughes, and countless others


A Most Wanted Man Was M.I.6 agent Dick Ellis one of the worst traitors of the 20th century—or an unsung hero who first sounded the alarm on Pearl Harbor?

The Nanny Diaries A solo show in New York honors Vivian Maier, the 20th-century nanny and amateur photographer whose richly nuanced work is only now getting its due

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Best-Guest List As the summer season arrives, so too do invitations for weekend getaways. No matter if you RSVP out of duty or delight, make Emily Post proud—and secure your status as a gold-medal guest—with these gestures of gratitude, each of which has been specially selected to please even the most particular of hosts

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Hamptons Agonistes When the starry New York club Zero Bond tried to lease a historic inn in tony East Hampton, battle lines were swiftly drawn in the well-groomed sand

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