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Trump Goes Coup-Coup On this week’s AIR MAIL podcast, Alessandra Stanley presents a rational idea on how to short-circuit this madness

The Tastemaker Azu Nwagbogu is building a vibrant art scene in Nigeria. Can he reclaim the continent’s artistic glories?

Après le Déluge The Louvre is sending thousands of unseen works to safety in case the Seine overflows

Bird’s Eye View Museums may be shuttered, but birding is not halted by pandemics. In New York City, a rare visit from three forest-dwelling Barred Owls

January 7, 2021

The Parent Trap As she expanded her viral essay on millennial burnout into a book, the writer reveals the one parenting stat she couldn’t shake

January 6, 2021

Mean Streets Fran Lebowitz’s name is synonymous with two things: caustic wit and New York City. Martin Scorsese’s rollicking new documentary series captures both

January 6, 2021

Zooming with the Cast of The Wire Is America finally ready for David Simon’s HBO masterpiece?

That Old Feeling Dance into the New Year with Dua Lipa, the Ronettes, Yvonne Elliman, the Rolling Stones, and more

Did Frank Sinatra Do Yoga with Goats? On this week’s edition of the AIR MAIL podcast, it seems anything is possible

Tuppence Middleton In Mank, the vibrant British actress plays “Poor Sara,” the put-upon wife of Herman Mankiewicz

Ed Sorel The longtime illustrator and satirist recommends his favorite books, spanning three centuries

His Way The cat-and-mouse game Frank Sinatra and Gay Talese played in 1965 produced arguably the greatest magazine feature ever. The story behind it is riveting

David Byrne Burns Down the House The once-in-a-lifetime experience of American Utopia

In Bloom Flowers from ancient to modern times inhabit a festive book of photographs and works on paper

Crimes and Misdemeanors A look back at the eight best mystery books of 2020

December 30, 2020