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A Word from the Wiseguys
Twenty-two years after The Sopranos premiered, a new oral history revisits the gritty mobster universe the show created
Photographers Douglas Kirkland, Gered Mankowitz, Norman Parkinson, Milton Greene, Terry O’Neill, and Gary Bernstein offer different looks at Hollywood’s brightest star
The Magic of Jan Morris
Will we ever have another like the Welsh writer extraordinaire who managed to write as beautifully on Che Guevara as she did on the virtues of sneezing?
The Call of the Wild
A mountaineer spent his life scaling the world’s great heights. Then he lost a friend in an avalanche, and everything—well, most everything—changed
A new book traces India’s history and future through 100 objects
Revisiting Lucky Jim, which Kingsley Amis wrote in collaboration with Philip Larkin before the friends fell out, a writer uncovers equal parts humor and spite
December 8, 2021
A new book tells the story of Vivian Maier, the 20th-century nanny who led a secret life as a street photographer
Boeing’s Double Game
Why was a sole Boeing employee criminally charged in the 737 MAX debacle that cost 346 lives and at least $21 billion?
Crown of Thorns
A new book reveals the identity of the royal whom Meghan and Harry called out in their Oprah interview. Hint: he’s next in line to the throne