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Suspect Protection Program History’s largest-ever counterterrorism investigation enlisted efforts from the U.S., the U.K., and Pakistan. Why was its main suspect allowed to run free?

De-sensitization Station Songs you think you know, from Bruce Channel, Dion, the Staple Singers, and more

Flora Collins The Brooklyn-based writer whose debut novel combines Freud, Jordan Peele’s Us, and her own upbringing

Tom Ford Does Gucci The former creative director of Gucci measures Ridley Scott’s movie about the Italian fashion dynasty that flamed out

Goy Makes Good Fifty years after he directed the movie adaptation of Fiddler on the Roof, Norman Jewison looks at his storied career

The Gang’s All Here The first collection of Bruce Weber’s golden-retriever shots celebrates the dogs who never leave the photographer’s side, otherwise known as “the gang”

Miserly Musketeer The co-creator of Tesla and founder of SpaceX shares his money-saving tips

Cloud Atlas A new book explores the 10 regions, from Australia to Ethiopia to outer space, that tell us where the world is headed next

November 22, 2021

Opera Pick of the Week Der Zwerg (The Dwarf), Alexander von Zemlinsky’s decadent exploration of the female gaze, in rival productions from the transgressive hot spots of Amsterdam and Berlin

November 22, 2021

The Real Pulp Fiction Hard Case Crime reissues the best in hard-boiled crime novels—and has turned Stephen King into a contributor

Beatlemania Get ready for Get Back with this collection of Fab Four covers, from Lonnie Mack, Santo & Johnny, Ella Fitzgerald, Doris Troy, and more

Caroline Schiff The Brooklyn chef was in charge of her restaurant’s sourdough starter during the pandemic. She turned the experience into a cookbook filled with epic desserts

Full Frontal Louis In his 1964 best-seller, The Rector of Justin, Louis Auchincloss shrank from taking on sexual predation in New England prep schools. Four decades later, he made up for it