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George Kalogerakis


George Kalogerakis is a Writer at Large for AIR MAIL. His first job was for Spy magazine, and he has since written for Rolling Stone and New York Magazine. With Graydon Carter and Kurt Andersen, he is the co-author of Spy: The Funny Years. Kalogerakis lives in New York.

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The Name Game Sometimes, musicians make it personal. Herewith, tracks from Joni Mitchell, Elton John, Dave Edmunds, Chuck Berry, and more

Can a Juggler Beat the Mafia? And other curious news about these strange days …

No Butts on Topless Beaches? And other curious news about these strange days

Odes to the Office Dying to return to your place of work? (Or are you back in the office and doing your dying there?) Herewith, a collection of songs that will make you feel better in either case

Al Pacino Gets Whacked in Rome And other curious news about these strange days

A Jewel Heist in Paris And other curious news about these strange days …

Venice Has a Ship Fit And other curious news about these strange days

Rhiannon Giddens The American singer’s new album is a moving ode to the pleasures and losses of a year in lockdown

Learning to Reed On the occasion of the birthday of one of rock ’n’ roll’s finest songwriters, a playlist of Lou Reed covers (and some that aren’t) from Bryan Ferry, Sandra Nkaké, David Bowie, Mink DeVille, and more

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Self-love in the time of social distancing, and other news about these strange days

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Plans to build a second Venice, and other curious news about these strange days

Funny Valentines Oh, the things we overlook for love. Herewith, honest tracks for faithful lovers, from Alvin Robinson, Ella Fitzgerald, Dorothy Lamour, and more

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The Birkin-bag-theft ring, and other curious news about these strange days