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The Podcast You Need to Hear From scheming patriarchs to the world’s best pizza, we’ve got it all this week

We’ll Always Have Fabio How does a certain bronzed male model with free-flowing golden hair stay relevant? By remaining every bit himself … and sleeping in a hyperbaric chamber

Around the World with Oscar Wilde Following in Wilde’s footsteps, from his birthplace of Dublin to the Peloponnese, the American Midwest, and the prison he spent the better part of two years in

Susan Soon He Stanton The playwright and screenwriter takes us into the Succession writers’ room

Guilty Treasures Allow yourself to indulge in these songs from Carly Rae Jepsen, the Guess Who, Stephen Bishop, Cher, and more

Chic Korea Squid Game, Parasite, BTS—there’s a “K-” revolution afoot, and for once that prefix isn’t followed by “ardashian”

Underneath the Velvet Underground Todd Haynes turns to documentary to get at the heart of Lou Reed’s 1960s New York City band

He’s More than Logan Roy In his new memoir, Brian Cox recounts his journey from growing up poor in Scotland to ruling Succession

Opera Pick of the Week If you liked The Bride of Frankenstein, you’ll love Charles Gounod’s Gothic thriller La Nonne Sanglante

October 14, 2021

Petty Clash The left-leaning Paul Samuelson and right-leaning Milton Friedman went to their graves disagreeing with each other over economics

October 13, 2021

Amor Towles The A Gentleman in Moscow author shares the American classics he read while preparing to write his latest novel, The Lincoln Highway

October 13, 2021

Cosmic Yuri A new biography details the life of Yuri Soloviev, the best ballet dancer you’ve never heard of

October 12, 2021

Country Comfort Country songs for aficionados and newcomers alike, from Gary Stewart, Kacey Musgraves, Eric Church, Glen Campbell, and more

A Walk on the Wild Side Eight questions with Susan Orlean, the writer portrayed by Meryl Streep in Adaptation, whose new book explores our interactions with animals

Honor Titus Rather than go to art school, the musician turned painter apprenticed with his idols. Now he’s Frieze’s brightest star

Swans Along Fifth Avenue A new book feeds our continuing fascination with Truman Capote—and the society beauties he loved and hated

La Dolce Marina A documentary on the Italian film producer Marina Cicogna, who worked with everyone from Sergio Leone to Franco Zeffirelli, premieres in Rome

Welcome to “The Grifted Age”! From Elizabeth Holmes to Adam Neumann to the Dopesick Sacklers, we’re all getting royally fleeced