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Issue No. 61

The View from Here

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Welcome to the Show NEW: Spirited chat about this week’s top stories

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When Harry Met Netflix On the heels of Harry and Meghan’s multi-million-dollar Hollywood deal, we imagine what’s behind the grasping. And what’s to come

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Did You Hear About … ? Quirky news about these curious days

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Black and White and Read All over the South How a comic book about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. rallied 1960s civil-rights fighters, including John Lewis


Oedipus Vex For father-and-son French philosophers, dishing is a revenge best served cold

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“I guess I expected, I don’t know, classier?”

Call Girl Talking dirty on an actual phone is the new sexting

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Alan Partridge Has Something to Say “It’s the real, raw, be-cardiganed me.” Britain’s No. 1 raconteur is back with a podcast

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Planes Have Changed While You Were Away In the Flying-V, passengers will sit in the wings. It’s also better for the environment

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Hoodoo Economics

“When Yermo and I went to the Wahweap hoodoos for the first time at 3:30 A.M., he gave me a headlamp and insisted he didn’t need one,” says Priscilla Rattazzi, whose photographs of southwestern Utah, featuring the primeval rock formations known as hoodoos, go on display at New York’s Staley-Wise Gallery next week. “It was a moonless night. I am not sure how he got us there, but he did.” READ ON

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Ear to Ear Listen to a selection of five AIR MAIL stories read aloud

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Forever in Fashion On the occasion of a new documentary about his life and career, Pierre Cardin reflects on politics, #MeToo, and social media

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“Nobody’s in the mood, Greg.”

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Wagnerism: Art and Politics in the Shadow of Music

by Alex Ross
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The Spymasters: How the CIA Directors Shape History and the Future

by Chris Whipple
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Soul-Searching They are known as history’s most ruthless warriors, but the Vikings also believed in luck and guardian angels

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Ariel Arce A young restaurateur is reimagining the city’s dining-and-drinking experience

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“I always wait till Labor Day to check if he’s still alive.”

Patmos Dreaming Monks roam, the water is crystalline, and the living is rustic on this bucolic Greek island with a rich—and star-filled—history


She Changed the Rhythm of American Life Part of an all-female, mixed-race swing band in 1940s America, Helen Jones Woods dodged the Klan to make a joyful—and powerful—noise

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My homage to Coco Chanel, pictured here in her heyday.
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Issue No. 61
September 12, 2020
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Issue No. 61
September 12, 2020
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