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The Id of HBO

Bill Murray had Harold Ramis. Danny McBride has Jody Hill, who discusses the duo’s “misunderstood-angry-man trilogy”

When in Rome

The Polish Canon

Jim McMullan’s Sketchbook

Olivia Laing

On the books that cure her writer’s block

A Monster Among Angels

The Night of the Iguana, now in an eloquent production in London, is Tennessee Williams’s last great work

History on His Mind

Dressing the Part

The Story of L

A noted French author reimagines Nabokov’s novel from Lolita’s point of view

Queen of Muses

The always extraordinary Patricia Clarkson on Sharp Objects, portraying difficult characters, and the correct way to make jambalaya

Open House

Class Act

Fool’s Gold

Tangier Style

A new book, out in September, features photographs of the Moroccan coastal city’s picturesque homes and gardens


Beck, Ray Charles, the Beastie Boys, Vans Morrison and McCoy, and more

All Modern Women Are Jealous

News from the Front

Laura Carlin

The London artist whose illustrations and ceramics appeal to children and grown-ups alike

Hilary Knight’s Sketchbook

Year of the Moon

Museums and stages across the world celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing

Museum-Going Etiquette

Spoiler alert: you’re not the most fascinating thing in the place

Top Shop

The author, whose new book is out this fall, selects his favorite Scottish bookshop

War Games

Malcolm Mackay

On the crime fiction that never gets old