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Record Scratch A Hamptons charity event calling itself Safe & Sound was anything but. Working the turntables was Goldman Sachs C.E.O. David “DJ D-Sol” Solomon

Lily Cole The British model who has shifted her focus from the fashion industry to environmental activism

So, Maybe You Should Toke with the Rabbi? For weed-loving Jews, edibles are manna. But a kosher option? Not so easy

Flying Start With help from Rolls-Royce, makers of the Concorde engines, Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic is at work on a jet that will cross the Atlantic in under two hours

August 5, 2020

Bee List The planet’s most vital species has life lessons for these turbulent times

Worst. Bond Villain. Ever. Beleaguered Facebook C.E.O. Mark Zuckerberg disrupts Hawaii

Gondoliers’ Row In Venice, a rule favoring the offspring of gondoliers sparked fury. Its defenders point to the importance of passing the tradition from father to son

July 29, 2020

The End or the Beginning? Anne Applebaum says democracy is in its final days. The author says, Not so fast

An Outsize Burden America’s Black elite deserve to be reckoned with on their own terms—not those created by the media

Signifying Nothing The coronavirus is not here to teach humanity a lesson. Beware of its self-proclaimed interpreters

Money Pit The sheikh who can’t remember how many villas and castles he owns

Sounding the Alarm Thomas Chatterton Williams, an originator of Harper’s “Letter on Justice and Open Debate,” on cancel culture and the future of free speech

Voyage of the Damned The harrowing inside story of the coronavirus-ravaged cruise ship with 2,500 passengers that no one wanted

Help Is Here? In pandemic times, the most privileged New Yorkers find that dealing with domestic staff is especially fraught

Anatomy of a Catastrophe Why we need a coronavirus commission, and who should—and shouldn’t—lead it

Capital Offenses The latest battleground in the push for racial justice? The copydesk

Back to School A nation of strivers under lockdown meets the à la carte subscription academy MasterClass

Monuments Men Guess which side surrendered at Appomattox

Hamptons Behaving Badly In this installment: The Tale of the Sag Harbor Squatter

Dutch Courage At a protest in Amsterdam, flashbacks to a childhood shaped by the civil-rights movement

Watch Your Step A Harvard medical professor gets to the root of the 10,000-steps-per-day fad, and it has nothing to do with science

June 17, 2020

Fawlt Lines The newest wave of political correctness infects the BBC—and takes away from the Black Lives Matter movement’s urgent cause

June 15, 2020

FOSO: Fear of Standing Out Online, the only thing worse than not showing solidarity with an important cause is showing it in the wrong way

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