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Foul Play How a group of former basketball players teamed up with a dodgy Beverly Hills dentist to defraud the N.B.A. out of $1 million

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A Great New Yorker Cartoonist, Remembered George Booth’s cartoons didn’t punch up or down but elbowed gently to the side


When the Lights Go Out All Over Europe An argument over pasta in Rome speaks of a winter of discontent across the whole of Europe

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My Favorite Things The Mozambique-born painter Cassi Namoda highlights her favorite international finds, from French oil paints to Austrian bath salts

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Hot Topic Ever since Edward VIII abdicated the British throne to marry the American divorcée Wallis Simpson, there has been speculation about their relationship. A new book attempts to set the record straight

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Man of Letters The British painter Lucian Freud’s correspondence, collected in a new book, includes postcards, sketches, and love letters

In Colder Blood In Deliberate Cruelty, Roseanne Montillo explores the high-society murder that obsessed Truman Capote


Murder, They Wrote As the holiday season approaches, gifts for mystery book–lovers of every type

All Roads Lead to Paolo Di Paolo Ahead of a new movie by Bruce Weber on the forgotten photographer and chronicler of postwar Italy, we collect some of his most memorable pictures

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Gifts for the Cinephile This holiday season, set the mood—and spread the cheer—with AIR SUPPLY’s premier gift guide, especially edited for the film lovers on your list

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The Nine Lives of Corner Bistro From a gay bar to a butcher shop with a speakeasy in back, the raucous history behind the much-loved West Village burger hangout

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