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No Rest for the Famous Nine things celebrities could sell us without killing the planet

Old Money vs. Machine A pair of Transformers figures provokes an epic battle in staid Georgetown

The TikTok Star Who Hates TikTok Sixteen-year-old Sissy Sheridan has 5.3 million TikTok followers and can’t imagine her life without the app. That doesn’t mean she likes it

BetterNot How we in lockdown view the Fresh Prince of Montecito, and other follies

Parlez-Vous Parler? The love story behind the app that threatened the Capitol

Maskless and Topless in Lamu The coronavirus-free Kenyan island attracting socialites, Marina Abramović, and Dominic West (post–Lily James hoo-ha)

#MeToo Comes for Philip Roth, In Death Women argue that the acclaimed novelist of sex and depravity deserves a “re-contextualizing”

Out of the Shadows The 22-year-old woman who used Instagram to open the U.K.’s eyes to teen-on-teen sexual abuse

The Spice Girls of Niger Meet the woman-led band rocking West Africa and beyond

Princess Academy How a Welsh school dubbed “Hippie Hogwarts” became the popular choice for European royalty and Russian oligarchs

Zoom-Smart Online students have become masters of trickery, cheating, and fun at their teachers’ expense—all while adhering to the unspoken rules of high school

Living with Steve Jobs’s Biographer Walter Isaacson has written about da Vinci and Einstein. His wife writes about his creative process. Salad, anyone?

Class War At Dalton, one of New York’s toniest private schools, a bruising battle rages between the woke and the trads

Pet Peeves From Shepherd’s Bush to Barking Park, pandemic dogs are clogging the curbs

Sweet Oblivion The hottest social network in Silicon Valley is anti-viral by design

Go West, Young Homme For generations, western Long Island has been home to servicers of the more easterly Hamptons elite. Will an influx of rich Europeans change that?

Faking It Notes on TikTok’s misplaced morals and unattainable beauty standards

Dangerous Liaisons The coronavirus is catching up with its runaways, dealing revenge in the form of arrests, forced quarantines, and decrepit jails

Tahira Dhillon The New Delhi–based 16-year-old who founded a magazine written by teenagers, for teenagers

Me-Documentaries are the New Status Symbol Who wants to read a family history? The rich are hiring directors to tell their stories

Angry White Males Savage infighting goes public at one of London’s most exclusive private clubs

Dr. Spock for the Goopsters Lockdown meltdown has made “Dr. Becky” the child-raising guru for stressed-out millennial parents

A Boy, a Mole, a Fox, and a Horse Walk into Lockdown … Charlie Mackesy’s charming illustrations bring levity to dark times

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