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George Kalogerakis


George Kalogerakis was one of the original editor-writers at Spy and later worked for Vanity Fair, Vogue, New York, Travel + Leisure, and The New York Times, where he was deputy op-ed editor for 13 years. A co-author of Spy: The Funny Years and co-editor of two books on the Times’s Civil War series, Disunion, he is a Writer at Large for AIR MAIL.

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Has the Queen Buried Meghan? And other strange news about these curious days …

Russia’s Rich Hunt for New Homes Plus, are Swedes rude? And other strange news about these curious days …

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Natalie Portman Takes to the Pitch And other strange news about these curious days …

Olicards! More trading cards of all your favorite oligarchs, so you can tell who’s who, whose boat is whose, and who has the most to lose!

Olicards—Collect ’Em All! Trading cards of all your favorite oligarchs, so you can tell who’s who, whose boat is whose, and who has the most to lose!

Playing with Fire For the years that Australia banned Philip Roth’s controversial novel Portnoy’s Complaint, a cottage industry churned out handmade bootleg copies

February 9, 2022

A Fawlty Tower of Billionaires 432 Park Avenue flipped a middle finger to New York’s elegant skyline. Now the hyper-rich who bought in, finding it riddled with shoddiness, are flipping the finger to the developers

No, That’s Not a Boom Mike in the Frame. That’s … Tommy How a grainy sex tape of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee jump-started the Web—and a Hulu mini-series

In Paris, Breadlines Are Drawn And other curious news about these strange days …