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Romancing the Twitter Bro The untold story of the lengths to which Twitter founder Jack Dorsey went to sway his company’s acquisition in Elon Musk’s favor

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Weathering the Storm The Pulitzer Prize–winning author and critic Michiko Kakutani discusses disruptive politics, the technology of the future, and her new book, The Great Wave


Guiding Spirit To write about Carson McCullers, the great American novelist, a biographer briefly lived in her childhood home

A Night Celebrating Sloane Crosley Salman Rushdie, Griffin Dunne, Naomi Fry, Gary Shteyngart, and others gathered at the Waverly Inn in celebration of the writer’s new memoir

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A Classic Is Born A new book tells the making-of story of Mike Nichols’s film Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton

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Spy Games Ronald Drabkin’s new book Beverly Hills Spy tells the story of Frederick Rutland, a double-agent war hero who helped Japan attack Pearl Harbor

Making the Whole In her new memoir, the writer Lucy Sante tells the deeply moving—and surprisingly humorous—story of transitioning from male to female at the age of 66


Unfriendly Envoys A new book blends family memoir and geopolitical history to tell the personal story of two Vietnam-era American government officials

Carving Beauty A retrospective at the Huntington Art Museum celebrates the artist Sargent Claude Johnson, a key figure of the Black Renaissance

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Air Supply

Detox No More After hibernating for the start of winter—and perhaps even partaking in Dry January—prepare to socialize again with the help of AIR SUPPLY. So pour a glass of wine, treat yourself to mind-sharpening chocolates, and trade out your cashmere sweats for elegant (but nevertheless effortless) ensembles

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Diary of a Trump Ghostwriter Back in the 1990s, when Donald Trump was still in his larval stage, it was almost possible to feel sorry for him

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