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Kind Hearts and a Baronet? What happens when an eccentric 74-year-old British aristocrat looks for someone to pay him $23,000 to live with him?

Africa Rising Harvard? Yale? Princeton? A nonprofit program is recruiting Kenya’s top high-school students and connecting them with America’s most competitive universities

No Spring Chickens Women—most of them single and nearing their mid-30s—are rushing to freeze their eggs as the coronavirus makes finding a partner more difficult

October 14, 2020

Hugging My Pillow A day in the Notting Hill life of the great British actor

Party Like It’s 1929! Americans are finagling their way around international-travel bans and decamping to Europe, where the living is (comparatively) easy

“Off with Their Euros!” Welcome to Royalist theme park Puy du Fou, the least woke place in France

Take a Right at the Second Cloud After 50 years, is one man’s dream of flying cars closer to reality?

Whatever You Say, Sir! Trust in the media is as low as the president’s approval rating. Here are the Top 10 media remora of the Trump era

September 30, 2020

Vick Hope The rising star in British radio and television brings a focus on diversity and mental health

Boundless as the Sea The Italian couple who fell in love across their balconies during the height of the coronavirus are finally united—and engaged

September 23, 2020

Members Only A Belgian urologist lays out everything a man should know about shape, size, and “penisfulness”

The Ladies Doth Protest Move over, Simone de Beauvoir! In France, a sex war not between men and women but between feminism’s Old and New Guards

It’s Just Not Cricket The world’s snootiest sporting club is being rocked by revolt from within

Instascam Kuwaiti prosecutors charge social-media influencers with money-laundering and boost their online popularity

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

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

Mob Rule During the plague years, Milan’s criminal gangs controlled the streets. When cholera hit, they disposed of corpses. Now, Roberto Saviano says the mafia is behind a major coronavirus response

September 8, 2020

The Official Wheels of Squaresville? The new Citroën Ami looks like a Playmobil, but it could be the future of driving

Wild Wheels On what would have been festival weekend, photographs by Scott London celebrate Burning Man’s most eccentric rides

Cocaine Blues The white powder has become so ubiquitous among London’s middle class that it’s losing its edge

August 26, 2020

Up in Flames As Burning Man goes virtual, a new documentary reveals what really goes down on the playa

Days of Whine and Rosés The Hamptons put the “distance” in social distancing

Hot Priest The young, handsome vicar charming the streets of London with Judy Collins’s “Amazing Grace”

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