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Lunch with Colin Jost

The S.N.L. staff writer and “Weekend Update” co-anchor joins host Bruce Bozzi on this week’s episode of Table for Two to discuss his Staten Island Ferry dreams, his unchanged childhood bedroom, and more …

On the Scent

Tracking down the essential oils that become perfumes took one fragrance aficionado to far-flung places, from Bulgarian rose fields to Somalian mountains

Magical Mystery War

Martina Mondadori’s Guide to Milan

The founder and editor of Cabana shares her favorite spots in her home city

AIR MAIL’s Guide to the Venice Biennale

As the 60th contemporary art exhibition descends on the city, we recommend the must-see shows, plus where to eat and stay

Russia, China, and Us

Risko’s Sketchbook

Aindrea Emelife

One of the Venice Biennale’s youngest-ever curators is bringing Nigerian art to the masses

The 20th Century’s Enfant Terrible

From bare-bottomed sailors to opium-smoking lovers, a new Jean Cocteau exhibition in Venice—the French artist’s first major retrospective in Italy—brings together some of his most risqué works

Kim Kardashian Gets Sued over Her (Alleged) Fakes

On this week’s podcast, Dan Rubinstein reveals why the influencer finds herself the subject of a strange lawsuit

“Bipartisan Karaoke” Night

There is one thing that can still bring a divided Washington together: the music of Elton John

High Life, Low Life

In his new book, the photographer Dafydd Jones captures a bygone New York, an era of new and old money, La Grenouille and Le Cirque

Barry Blitt’s Sketchbook

Mandatory Reporting

Long Live La Latteria

Over six decades, the couple behind this quaint Milanese spot served spaghetti al limone to Kennedys, Agnellis, artists, and locals alike

Playing Hardball

Separating the man from the myth of Pete Rose, one of baseball’s most fabled—and controversial—stars

French Dispatch

Divided We Fail

Alex Garland’s Civil War hurtles through the ravaging violence and chilling anomie of a Disunited States

Lunch with Michael Mann

On this week’s episode of Table for Two, the Ferrari director and action-film master discusses the importance of surrounding oneself with strong characters, writing Heat 2, and how Miami Vice defined a decade

A Place in the Sun

Eighteen months and 35,000 sheets of gold leaf later, Louis XIV’s prized Apollo Fountain sculpture returns to Versailles in a sparkling restoration

“All the Romance of Filmmaking Is Gone”

Woody Allen on Paris, cancel culture, retirement, and “the whole mortality question”

What Woody Allen Told Me

On this week’s podcast, Sam Wasson takes us inside his conversation with the writer-director

Ruby Wright’s Sketchbook

Murder, They Wrote

The settings for this month’s best mystery books range from the Las Vegas underworld to cosseted suburban London