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Nathan King

Nathan King is a Deputy Editor for AIR MAIL. He lives in New York.

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Blues Run the Game: The Strange Tale of Jackson C. Frank

A Night Celebrating Michael Chow

After Thursday night’s premiere of AKA Mr. Chow, a documentary directed by Nick Hooker and executive-produced by AIR MAIL Co-Editor Graydon Carter, guests including Victor Garber and Griffin Dunne gathered to celebrate the inimitable restaurateur at—where else?—Mr. Chow

A Night Celebrating Adam Nagourney

On Tuesday, Gay Talese, Maureen Dowd, Maggie Haberman, and other journalistic swells gathered at a book party hosted by AIR MAIL Co-Editors Graydon Carter and Alessandra Stanley in celebration of the writer’s new book, a history of The New York Times

Forever on the Wild Side

A Night Celebrating Gay Talese

Judy Collins, Tony Danza, David Remnick, and others gathered at the Waverly Inn to celebrate the writer’s new memoir

Stop Making Sense

Theater Camp

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

The Sopranos

Sons of Anarchy

Rodney Smith’s Leap of Faith

A new book of nearly 200 images, many never before published, chronicles the photographer’s trajectory from a student of theology at Yale to one of the great artists of our time

Uncut Gemstones

If the Safdie brothers made a movie about a Christian mega-church, it would look a lot like a Hillsong service

The View from Here

Introducing AIR MAIL’s first special issue, devoted entirely to the theme of downtown New York, past and present

End of the Line

Teacher’s Pet

Graham Veysey

The design entrepreneur reimagining Cleveland with sleek apartment buildings, canned wine, and the best deli in America

Letting It Loose

On the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones’ Exile on Main St., and the legendary tour that followed, the unlikely story of how a rock ’n’ roll masterpiece came to be

Paradise Regained

On the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones’ Exile on Main St., the unlikely story of how the greatest rock ’n’ roll album of all time came to be

Ennio: The Maestro

Enter the Beaux-Arts

A new book highlights the gilded Beaux-Arts architecture of turn-of-the-last-century New York City

MoMA Presents: Peter Bogdanovich’s Squirrels to the Nuts

Jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy

New Year’s Resoluteness

Songs for the hopeful and indefatigable, from the Impressions, the Persuasions, and the Bob Dylan

Forever Elizabeth

Photographers Douglas Kirkland, Gered Mankowitz, Norman Parkinson, Milton Greene, Terry O’Neill, and Gary Bernstein offer different looks at Hollywood’s brightest star