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Can a Juggler Beat the Mafia? And other curious news about these strange days …

This Season’s Model? The man behind fashion powerhouse Zadig & Voltaire swaps his wife for her twin sister

The Bench Strikes a Bum Note Meghan Markle’s new book lacks a good story and basic rhythm. But, hey, it’s still a best-seller!

Fifty Shades of Washington Inside the underground kink scene dominating the U.S. capital, where politicians tie up locals in the name of B.D.S.M.

The Sun Sets on Bain de Soleil From Monaco to Montauk, the jet set is in a panic—the fabled sunscreen is nowhere to be found

Welcome to Our 100th Issue And we wouldn’t be here without these stars, the greatest of the next generation

Eva Sereny From Fellini to Brando to Burton and Taylor, the self-taught photographer captured stars in intimate on-set shots

Burning Benjamins Meet the MeWork generation, a new class of American billionaire making fortunes despite running companies into the ground

Platinum Card Planners of the Queen’s Jubilee will mix pomp and woke

The Little Con Man That Could A baby-faced fraudster, the king of Spain, and a possible 30-year prison sentence—it’s not a Hollywood film, yet …

The View from Here Paris is looking worse for the wear, and the Internet is outraged. Is this the end for Mayor Anne Hidalgo?

Naked Lunch You’re invited to strip down—and Zoom in—for cocktail parties, yoga classes, and more!

A Shot in the Dark How did the partner of a British billionaire’s son end up being held on charges of manslaughter in a prison infested with scorpions, tarantulas, and cockroaches?

The Fight for Tulsa’s Soul A Jewish billionaire, a Southern preacher, and the side of Tulsa no one is talking about

Vanishing Ink “Made-to-fade tattoo” parlors offer a chance to get inked without the risk of turning into a Pete Davidson doppelgänger

Rehoboth What? Democratic aides accustomed to Hawaii and Martha’s Vineyard are in for a surprise when they decamp to Biden’s summer home in Delaware

Barbara Stone The modeling agent made stars of Cybill Shepherd, Cheryl Tiegs, and a young Martha Stewart

The Wizard of Woke Why is Pollyanna, the anti-racism organization advising New York’s toniest private schools, so controversial?

No Butts on Topless Beaches? And other curious news about these strange days

The View from Here Boris Johnson’s poisonous former aide, Dominic Cummings, trashes the prime minister’s handling of the pandemic

Norse Myth The new film Oslo neglects an essential detail about the diplomat it glorifies: his connection to Jeffrey Epstein

From Russia Without Love Stolen passports, armor-plated cars, and a possible $8 billion payout. Haven’t these oligarchs ever heard of a pre-nup?

Tunnel Vision Why one Candy brother is selling his $241 million London apartment and the other has built a subterranean storehouse for his 57 supercars