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Golden Girls

This Sam Adams Is for You

Eight questions with Stacy Schiff, biographer of everyone from Cleopatra to Nabokov’s wife, Véra, about her latest subject: Samuel Adams

Kerry Condon

After two decades focused on her craft, the actress has suddenly become the talk of Hollywood with her role in Martin McDonagh’s latest film

Hugh Bonneville Spills the Beans

Who knew Paddington Bear had a substance-abuse problem?

The Art of the Everyday

Edward Hopper was born in 1882, but as a new documentary about the artist attests, his sensitive paintings of empty storefronts and dimly lit motels have lost none of their poignancy

Michael Lindsay-Hogg’s Sketchbook

Poster Boy

The illustrator Paul Davis’s subtly Surrealist posters for theaters, movies, and museums get their own show in Italy

The Woke Mob

Because intersectional justice is a dish best served cold

Barry Blitt’s Sketchbook

Sleeping Beauty, Re-awakened

The Vienna State Ballet’s new production of the fairy tale adds substance to the gossamer world

Getting It Right

For the British playwright Alan Bennett, other people’s lives are just the dress rehearsal

Stroke of Luck

The Home Front

After fighting overseas in World War II, Black soldiers came home to racism and violence in America

From the Front Lines

Bernard-Henri Lévy’s new documentary gives an unflinching look at the brutality of Russia’s war on Ukraine

Angelica Hicks’s Sketchbook

Older and Wiser

Barry Blitt’s Sketchbook

Newman’s Own

The Book of Life

The stage adaptation of Hanya Yanagihara’s best-selling novel A Little Life heads to the Brooklyn Academy of Music for its New York premiere

Grace Gummer

The actress, a member of a great acting family, is pivoting from theater to television

How TikTok Turned a Disease Into a Hot Brand

Inside the AIR MAIL story on Gen Z’s latest ailment. Plus, more on the new Trump tell-all books

Charlie Kirk’s Turning Point

Early on, the conservative activist and founder of Turning Point USA was just lonely. His path to the radical right reflects a larger trend among America’s youth

Ice Ice Baby

A salacious new memoir by John le Carré’s longtime mistress leaves his once thrilling spy stories looking rather dull