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Issue No. 47

The View from Here

In an age when 500 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute, it is often a single indelible photograph that tells you where we are, where we’ve been, and who we are…

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Social (Media) Unrest For twentysomething protesters, passions run high. Not just in the streets but also on Instagram

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Red Summer A century ago, another U.S. president and his top cop turned a blind eye to violence against black Americans

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Diamonds Are a Thief’s Best Friend A daring and, some would say, inspired $4.5 million jewel heist in the middle of Mayfair

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Small Talk
“Can we at least acknowledge the fact of how generationally diverse our board is?”

Bleach Party For enterprising hoteliers, paranoia is the new sustainability

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Nazi Lockdown The German occupation crushed ordinary life in Paris as its citizens hid from the “brown plague”

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The Road Less Traveled For adventurous drivers, lockdown has been a boon. For the car industry as we know it, it’s been all but a death warrant

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Sex and the System In New York and in red-light districts around the world, intimacy just got even more complicated

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“That’s What She Said!” (And He, Too) A brief, writers’-room oral history of The Office

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Small Talk
“And on that fateful night, Mr. Gregson, do you recall how many times Björn Borg won Wimbledon?”

Hunger Games Despite the pandemic, enterprising young chef Alexia Duchêne is determined to keep Parisians well fed

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Open Book

Cyber Castoffs A visual history of computers that are gone but not forgotten


Sealand: The True Story of the World’s Most Stubborn Micronation and Its Eccentric Royal Family

by Dylan Taylor-Lehman
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Rigged: America, Russia, and One Hundred Years of Covert Electoral Interference

by David Shimer
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Small Talk

Freddie Garland The young British florist delivering fresh, dazzling arrangements to all of the U.K.

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James Sherwood In 1982, he boldly resurrected the fabled Orient Express. It became the cornerstone of Belmond, the billion-dollar hotel group

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Is Edited By

Graydon Carter and Alessandra Stanley

Deputy Editors

Chris Garrett Michael Hainey Nathan King

Design Director

Angela Panichi

Chief Technology Officer

John Tornow

Books Editor

Jim Kelly

Arts Intel Report Editor

Laura Jacobs

Style Editor

Ashley Baker

Features Editor

Ash Carter

Senior Editor

Julia Vitale

Photo Director

Ann Schneider

Associate Editors

Elena Clavarino Clementine Ford Alex Oliveira Elinor Schneider


Cazzie David Emma Freud Walter Isaacson
Pico Iyer John Lahr James Wolcott

Writers at Large

Bill Cohan Rich Cohen Stuart Heritage George Kalogerakis Sam Kashner Alexandra Marshall

International Editor

Isabelle Harvie-Watt

London Editor

Bridget Arsenault

Communications Director

Anna Bradlee

Cartoon Editor

Bob Mankoff

Music Supervisor

Randall Poster

Copy Editor

Adam Nadler

Photo Editor

Emine Gozde Sevim

Production Editor

H. Scott Jolley


Gasper Tringale-White

Chief Operating Officer

Bill Keenan

Chief Marketing Officer

Emily Davis

Brand Partnerships

Anjali Lewis

Sales Director

Michael Pescuma

Financial & Business Operations

Marc Leyer

Integrated Marketing Manager

Madeline Spates

Issue No. 47
June 6, 2020
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Issue No. 47
June 6, 2020

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