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Putin’s New Opposition

Back home in Russia, Vladimir Putin is facing the first serious challenge to his leadership, but it’s not coming from the direction you’d expect

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Handbags at Dawn! Chipolata-penis shaming, fake tans, and a four-letter word that starts with c! It’s the legal Circus Maximus as two British soccer wives go to High Court

The Kratom Kick It’s an upper. It’s a downer. It’s legal in most of the U.S. And everyone’s taking it

Just Arrived • May 21, 2022
Issue No. 149
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Air Supply

The Exquisite Voyager Prepare to pack your bags and set off in style. We have you covered with a perfect travel-ready shopping guide—from tech and accessories to transit-optimal skin care, clothing, and footwear. Here’s to spending more time enjoying the journey

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At Zabar’s, the Lox is Still Fresh A family story—plus recipes—help explain why the Upper West Side Jewish deli is more successful today than it has ever been

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Risky Business Pulitzer Prize–winning war correspondent Ray Bonner always had a taste for trouble, but he just took on his most dangerous assignment yet: he bought a bookstore in Australia

Who Killed Jane Stanford? A new book excavates the enduring mystery surrounding the Stanford University founder’s death

Staff Picks Don’t miss a journalist’s memoir about re-invention; an appeal for readers to start writing; and the story of two men’s search for the source of the Nile River

A Frenchman with a Cause The 29-year-old French author of piercing autobiographies makes his American acting debut in the stage adaptation of his 2018 book, Who Killed My Father

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My Favorite Things

My Favorite Things After attracting great attention in the aughts as a street-style pioneer, Taylor Tomasi Hill assumed the creative helm at brands Moda Operandi, Forty Five Ten, and, most recently, cutting-edge shopping platform THE YES. Herewith, she reveals her leading recommendations

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It’s Complicated Single middle-aged women of means have been known to rely on matchmakers. But with men in short supply, one high-end fixer-upper is turning to lowlifes

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