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Let Them Eat Pudding! Until recently, only the friends and family of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire could experience their Yorkshire estate. Now just about anyone can come

Anna Bottinelli The president of the Monuments Men and Women Foundation hunts down invaluable works of art that went missing during World War II

Air Supply

Gifts for Kids of Every Age From baby blankets and colorful crafts to a pen-pal kit that may even earn you a handwritten thank-you, this AIR SUPPLY gift guide has been carefully curated to win over the pickiest tots and teens alike

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Le Coucou Confidential From a New York City maître d’, an inside look into what critics mean for restaurants—and how owners steel themselves for the dreaded reviews

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A Man of Parts John le Carré was always obsessed with controlling his narrative. Following the publication of a tell-all by one of his mistresses, the spy novelist is once again seeking to set the record straight—this time, from the grave

How the Bright Young Things Bloomed Nino Strachey’s Young Bloomsbury explores the influence of the Bloomsbury Set on the 1920s’ Bright Young Things

Larger than Life Paul Clements writes Jan Morris: Life from Both Sides, the first ever biography of the intrepid author and trans pioneer

Hepworth’s Natural Habitat A retrospective of British sculptor Barbara Hepworth’s work goes on view at Tate St. Ives, in Cornwall, England, where the artist lived and worked

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My Favorite Things Michael Bargo, the interior designer sought out by New York’s most discerning aesthetes, shares the pieces with which he’d never part, from a mother-of-pearl caviar set to Art Deco–inspired champagne tumblers

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The Spectacular Fall of the “Wife Guy” Cheating scandals involving everyone from Adam Levine to Ned of the Try Guys are putting a crack in the carefully tailored “wife guy” aesthetic

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