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A Guide to Frieze London and Frieze Masters

If there’s one person who knows the fairs backwards and forwards, it’s Andrés Perez. Here, he suggests what to see and do this week

As Seen in Scandinavia

Erling Haaland

The Premier League’s latest superstar is so talented he might spoil the sport for good

Misery Porn

Blonde is sexist, cruel, and degrading—so why is it currently the No. 1 film on Netflix?

Geena Davis Didn’t Know Thelma & Louise Is Still a Thing

The movie star reflects on the film’s enduring popularity, and how Hollywood has changed in the years since it was made

Barry Blitt’s Sketchbook

It’s a Natural Fit: Trump and Victoria’s Secret

Just two of the subjects discussed on this week’s podcast. Plus, will Liz Truss survive?

Wasn’t It a Long Way Down?

Marcellus Hall’s Sketchbook

Down and Out in Architecture

Lift Every Voice and Sing

From Heartbeat Opera, a Fidelio for our time

Lower the Tsar

Motherless Russia

Before Gwyneth Paltrow, There Was Lydia E. Pinkham

For a time, the face of a popular yet ineffective health tonic was the most recognizable woman in America. Her marketing set the stage for today’s $4.4 trillion wellness industry

Caio Twombly

The 26-year-old curator spotlights young artists at his new East Village gallery

Murder, They Wrote

Mystery books past and present honor Queen Elizabeth II and the kingdom she leaves behind

Drew Friedman’s Sketchbook

The Anxiety of Assimilation

The powerful new play Leopoldstadt mirrors its author’s journey from Tomáš Sträussler to Tom Stoppard

Anthony Bourdain’s Last Days, Revisited

How the chef’s biographer got past the guardrails of France’s Le Chambard hotel and into the room where Bourdain took his last breath

Whine O’Clock

Just in time for next week’s return of Archetypes … What if Meghan Markle and First Lady Imelda Marcos reclaimed the word “diva” and didn’t kiss any frogs?

Barry Blitt’s Sketchbook

Seriously Stevie

Back to the Future

Surveying Cézanne