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The Dogaressa’s Palace

Mamma Tua!

Abba morphs from musical to interactive dinner theater

Louche Cannon

With Fleabag, Phoebe Waller-Bridge has caught lightning in a bottle. When someone hits with such a seismic wallop, it’s both a miracle and a mystery. Why now? Why her?

Lovable Geniuses, Preening Taskmasters?

Robbie Robertson, Levon Helm, and the complicated truth about band—and Band—dynamics

The Stuff of Dreams

Change of Scene

Open Book

On the Rails

Byrne on Broadway

Larger Than Life

This month, a number of exhibitions pay tribute to those artists that died too young

The Man of Mode

Tim Walker, one of fashion’s most talented eccentrics, reflects on his smashing new show at the V&A

Cynthia Talmadge

The American artist who takes inspiration from female courtroom villains—and their outfits

Cultural Evolution

A young audience, an impressive schedule, and a woman president: the 140-year-old Shanghai Symphony Orchestra is very much of the moment

Drop That Corn Dog

No platform is better suited for letting candidates bypass the hokey rituals of retail campaigning than the humble, motley podcast

Standing Room Only

George Stubbs, King of the Beasts

The 18th-century British painter was the “Liverpudlian Leonardo,” revered for his portraits of racehorses and other creatures

Faces in the Crowd

Populist Art

Iron Ladies

The Secret’s Out

In a Flash

Palette Pleaser

A Modernist Marie Kondo

The architect and designer Charlotte Perriand went from Le Corbusier disciple to fearless visionary

A Guide to FIAC and Beyond