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Forget billboards! In L.A., Oscar-mania has production studios advertising their films on everything, even the coffee-cup sleeves at a local hot spot
Who’s That Girl?
After a short-lived romance, Kanye West immediately moved on from Julia Fox. We can’t say the same for our writer
Yat’s a Wrap
Move over, NFTs—Yats, or personalized emoji sequences, are the next big thing in digital assets, and it’s surprisingly easy to buy in
Allow Me to Intro Myself
Craving some quality expert advice? A savvy new start-up promises better living through videoconference
Meet the Russian women’s-rights activist exposing predatory oligarchs—all while staying loyal to Vladimir Putin and the late Jeffrey Epstein
Bill de Blasio said he’d kick the Trump Org out of Wollman Rink. So why did Trump’s pals get the contract?
“Not a Complete Clown”
The parties, Wallpapergate, the police investigation, the apology to the Queen—Boris Johnson tries to hold it all together
The Rules Still Apply
In the 40 years since The Official Sloane Ranger Handbook encapsulated the British upper class, has anything really changed?
The hard-partying moneyed set, with New York roots dating back to Studio 54, traded the city for their old jet-set life in the spring of 2020. Will they come back?
The Way We Wordle
How to win at the Internet’s latest obsession—now a part of The New York Times
The Cousteau family gets into the cannabis business
No worries! I am literally about to circle back to that … Some words are better left unsaid
As the beauty industry strives for a younger and younger look, the only place left to go is … skin as soft and supple as a baby’s (literally)
John Bird’s Big Issue
John Bird, who grew up homeless and made it into the House of Lords the unfashionable way, on running the London street newspaper The Big Issue
No #Girlbosses Allowed
Inside the Garrick, Boris Johnson’s favorite 190-year-old club at the heart of a sexism row
Sons of Anarchy
How an F.B.I. informant stopped the gun-crazed, conspiracy-theorizing group behind the plot to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer
Words to Live By
A British linguist wants to bring back the better halves of the English language