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Blue-Hair Specials The safest places to enjoy indoor dining in New York? Follow AIR MAIL’s “Three out of six” rule. And take your Tums

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Good News for Kids! A young cancer survivor’s grit and optimism inspires a Cannes-nominated short film; a pair of bulls gets the mud treatment; and a Nepalese immigrant to England makes her childhood dream come true

American Eden Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, the newly rejuvenated High Hampton resort offers access to paradise

Air Supply

The Wheel Deal Even if you’re not geared up to hit the pedal with Le Mans–level torque, it’s tough to argue with the notion of a satisfying pleasure drive. So for those who love the open road—or even just the trappings that it inspires—AIR MAIL presents these favorites to accompany life in the fast lane


Where the Magic Happens Beatrice Monti della Corte has been welcoming writers to her villa in Tuscany for what feels like forever. Ralph Fiennes and Edmund White recount the extraordinary experience of being there

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Going South

Flying Lessons The author of a new book on Virgin Galactic didn’t have to look far for inspiration—like Virgin’s lead test pilot, his dad was a fighter pilot and Top Gun grad

Bourgeois Fever A long career. A merciless eye. Implacable life force. In museums and galleries, Louise Bourgeois is the queen to Picasso’s king.

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My Favorite Things Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran, the mastermind duo behind Milan-based design firm Dimorestudio have no shortage of buzzy projects afoot. Case in point: the recently unveiled Browns flagship on Brook Street in Mayfair. Inside, the bright, elevated space typifies the couple’s knack for mixing objects, art, and architecture in a way that sticks in the mind like an inspired film. Herewith, Salci, an AIR MAIL Editor at Large, and Moran highlight four new items that have won their focus


Heartbreak Hotel Photographs from a new book pay homage to the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc, the dazzling seafront retreat that has played host to Ernest Hemingway, Jane Birkin, and Mick Jagger, on its 150th anniversary

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