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When Savile Row Met Carnaby Street Tommy Nutter clothed the Beatles and just about every other member of “Swinging London”

Duncan Hannah The acclaimed artist, writer, and AIR MAIL contributor is remembered by two of his friends

Once upon a Time in Hollywood In the course of their brief, intense marriage, Dennis Hopper and Brooke Hayward lit the match for a cultural explosion in 1960s Los Angeles

The Hills Were Alive … … with the sound of rock ’n’ roll music. And many of the finest strains on the West Coast were emanating from Dennis Hopper and Brooke Hayward’s house

She’s Got the Art World Sewn Up Lucy Sparrow has stitched herself into the front rank. Now she’s showing her most ambitious work yet

Making Trouble A searing satire of the Black experience in the largely white New York theater, Trouble in Mind sees the light 66 years after it was written

Beatlemania Get ready for Get Back with this collection of Fab Four covers, from Lonnie Mack, Santo & Johnny, Ella Fitzgerald, Doris Troy, and more

In Her Own Time Bob Dylan said Karen Dalton had “a voice like Billie Holiday.” A new film looks at the enigmatic singer’s enormous influence

Hollywood’s Kitchen Table How did a 17-table restaurant become a clubhouse for everyone from Clooney to DiCaprio, Joni Mitchell to Quincy Jones? At Dan Tana’s, it isn’t the food …

Backside Bash Ride the wave to summer’s end with tunes from Allah-Las, Tortoise, Brant Bjork, and more

American Eden Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, the newly rejuvenated High Hampton resort offers access to paradise

Sonic Boom Everyone from Bob Dylan to the Beach Boys is selling their catalogues in multi-million-dollar deals. Is classic rock the new blue chip?

His Way The cat-and-mouse game Frank Sinatra and Gay Talese played in 1965 produced arguably the greatest magazine feature ever. The story behind it is riveting

He Contained Multitudes A Frank Zappa documentary by the co-star of Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure brings the musician’s originality to a new generation

December 1, 2020

Call of the Wild For Tom Kundig, architecture is about blurring the lines between design and its surroundings

Miracle on Gansevoort Street Keith McNally has reopened Pastis in Lower Manhattan—a wonder, given his recent run of terrible luck