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The View from Here Nothing—no, nothing—shall be named for Bill de Blasio

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Bullfighters Enter Ring with Stepmother Brothers demand return of their father’s legacy

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Javanka in Exile Will Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner ever regain a place in high society, or are they simply too toxic?

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Curious news about these strange days

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“I’m sorry, honey. But sometimes life is going to treat you fairly.”

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Warming Trend According to actress turned Lady Sophie Winkleman, marrying into the Windsors isn’t nearly as bad as it seems

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“No, the billboards are not based on our search history.”

Olivia Cooke For the actress, who at 26 has already starred in Ready Player One, Modern Love, and Vanity Fair, the pandemic offered a much-needed re-start

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Alan Cumming Remembers Sean Connery A Boxing Day treat; the prince of Scotland shares a memory of “the king of Scotland”; and more

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Casting Spells

Andile Dyalvane grew up on a farm, looking after his father’s cattle in the Eastern Cape. Today he is an artist whose primary medium is derived from the earth. The Cape Town–based ceramist, a co-founder of Imiso Ceramics, has become known as South Africa’s master of clay. His intricate ceramic pieces, shaped by a profound spiritual connection to his Xhosa ancestors, hold and share narratives. Since his first solo international show, in 2016, Dyalvane has continuously sought to preserve his language, identity, and cultural traditions. His new body of work, on show at Cape Town’s Southern Guild gallery, is no exception. READ ON

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“I got Pfizer, I got Moderna, I got AstraZeneca.”

New York Minute Ernst Haas’s bright, blurry photographs capture the vibrancy and transience of a city on the move


The Biscuit: The History of a Very British Indulgence

by Lizzie Collingham
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The Lenin Plot: The Unknown Story of America’s War Against Russia

by Barnes Carr
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Murder, They Wrote

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An Empress in Code She was known for her three-hour hairstyling sessions, but Elizabeth of Austria also provided key, secret support to her husband, the Habsburg emperor

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“I fly south for the winter, and north for the bagels!”

Dyslexia’s Dynamic Champion Patience Thomson was a pioneer for misunderstood children

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Not a creature was stirring, not even a souris.
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Issue No. 76
December 26, 2020
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Issue No. 76
December 26, 2020
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