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

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Trump’s taping troubles; a dumped fortune; swag-stealing monkeys; and more

Sir Brian and Lady Urquhart They died a day apart, and embodied the great spirit of the 20th century

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Terry Gilliam tilting at windmills; penis problems in Denmark; and more curious news about these strange days

Psst! A Special Roundup of Scandal and Crime From The Orgasm Cult to Ghislaine Maxwell’s travails, we’ve got it all

Did You Hear About … ? The new toy for billionaires, and more quirky news for these curious days

Little Feat In this New York City miniaturist’s workshop, it’s the pictures that got small—the classic-movie props, that is

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Stanley Kubrick’s unfulfilled dream, and more quirky news for these curious days

Heebie-Jeebies Don’t let this spooky time of year get the best of you. These songs from World Party, Lou Reed, Sam Cooke, and others will help light the path

Autumn Armagnac Mellow melodies to suit the season, from Big Star, Billie Holiday, Eva Cassidy, Neil Young, Yo La Tengo, and more