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Just When You Thought He Was Out… Francis Ford Coppola is pulling us back in with a new edit of The Godfather Part III, timed to the film’s 30th anniversary

December 9, 2020

AIR MAIL’s 10 Best Books of 2020 Music, film, history, and its bad boys: holiday reading for every type

December 9, 2020

Luis Gerardo Mendez The actor made it big in Mexico. Now he’s bringing diversity and humor to Hollywood

Groucho’s Dinner with T. S. Eliot Comedy meets tragedy over roast beef in London

The Populist and His Flock The rise and fall of Father Coughlin, the Depression-era version of the departing president

How Does It End for Trump? Graydon Carter discusses what awaits the grifter-in-chief

Schlock and Awe Confessions of a male Hallmark-Christmas-movie addict

Breakfast Nook Feeling ambushed in the A.M.? These tracks—from Dion, Alan Jackson, Nancy Sinatra, Little Eva, and more—will help you find the high ground

Elliott Erwitt’s Paris Photographs capture the romance of the City of Lights but also the whimsy of life on its streets

Hypnotized by Chess Beth Harmon’s doe-eyed gaze reflects centuries of chess in art history

Coyote Ugly Among the stars of animation’s golden age—Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig—Wile E. Coyote is the most relatable of the bunch

In Love and Song In Vienna, a new exhibition showcases the lives of Jan Kiepura and Marta Eggerth, husband-and-wife stars of opera and operetta on both sides of the Atlantic

December 4, 2020

There and Back Again A never-before-published collection of essays by J. R. R. Tolkien will reveal new details about The Lord of the Rings

December 2, 2020

A Day in the Life Lady Anne Glenconner discusses her friendship with Princess Margaret, her abusive husband, and finally finding happiness

December 2, 2020

Subterranean Writer’s Block Blues Having trouble putting pen to paper (or fingers to keys)? Believe it or not, taking the subway might offer salvation

December 2, 2020

Hide and Seek Will Maclean added a single extra word to each of the first 1,000 copies of his debut novel. Together, they tell a short story—one which readers are eagerly piecing together

December 2, 2020

The Mice Will Play The crawling creatures of The Nutcracker, much loved by the choreographer George Balanchine, make their annual appearance this holiday season

December 1, 2020

He Contained Multitudes A Frank Zappa documentary by the co-star of Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure brings the musician’s originality to a new generation

December 1, 2020