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Arrivederci, San Lorenzo Princess Diana played out her love life at the London institution, but after 40 years of being the center of the scene, it’s closing

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Meltdown in Millbrook After leaving Eleven Madison Park, restaurateur Will Guidara set out to open a five-star hotel in New York’s Hudson Valley. The town has other plans …


Ibiza Tries a New Drug Following years of hard partying, the Spanish island is not only going back to its bohemian roots—it’s taking them a step further

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Big Little Lives The kids are all right, or at least they will be, thanks to our careful selection of the world’s top toys, children’s clothing, and baby miscellany. As the wise maxim goes, “People who say they sleep like a baby usually don’t have one.” So you might as well spend some of that time shopping

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Kuwait from on High In Imagine a City,the commercial-airline pilot Mark Vanhoenacker beautifully details his experiences traveling the world, while never being in one place for very long

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The Rhys Woman A new book sheds fresh light on the elusive 20th-century writer behind After Leaving Mr. McKenzie and Wide Sargasso Sea

Going Rogue Eight questions with Patrick Radden Keefe, best known for his accounts of the Irish Troubles and the Sacklers, whose new book profiles all manner of crooks


Plot Twist In his forthcoming novel, The Twist of a Knife, Anthony Horowitz has taken a metaphysical approach to revenge by killing the Sunday Times theater critic

Rebel with a Cause The New Museum in New York City hosts the first large-scale retrospective of Robert Colescott’s work since his death, in 2009

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My Favorite Things Interiors stylist Colin King is tapped by top design publications and brands for his ability to imbue spaces with difficult-to-pinpoint dynamism. Herewith, he shares his favorite items for both home and body

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America Slides Backward The most divisive of cultural issues gets tangled in a rightward leaning Supreme Court

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