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The Way We Live Now How Sir Terence Conran Turned Bauhaus into Your House

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

Diary Dearest Savage memoir by the wife of a well-connected, upper-class British M.P. puts Conservatives’ knickers in a twist

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

She Changed the Rhythm of American Life Part of an all-female, mixed-race swing band in 1940s America, Helen Jones Woods dodged the Klan to make a joyful—and powerful—noise

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

When Harry Met Netflix On the heels of Harry and Meghan’s multi-million-dollar Hollywood deal, we imagine what’s behind the grasping. And what’s to come

Oedipus Vex For father-and-son French philosophers, dishing is a revenge best served cold

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 Bird (and Wine) Men of Gorgona On a remote island, inmates at Italy’s last penal colony produce one of the region’s most expensive wines and learn to care for animals

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

Those Naughty Evangelicals! Jerry Falwell Jr. was very happy to bear witness as wife Becki ministered to the young pool attendant

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

The Da Vinci Coda Best-selling author Dan Brown’s marriage unravels amid accusations of affairs and financial shenanigans worthy of, well, a very bad novel

Fearless Leader After fighting to hold her employer accountable for a Kenyan town’s lead poisoning, Phyllis Omido is being called East Africa’s Erin Brockovich

The World’s Most Amusing Naughty Person As Sotheby’s prepares to auction the treasures of John Richardson, his friend remembers the art historian’s intense, inspiring, high-low life

Dee-Ann Kentish-Rogers The star athlete and pageant winner who is shaking up politics in Anguilla

The Morning After … Just what might happen in America if there is no indisputable victor on Election Night?

Wreck the Halls Juan Carlos of Spain’s former girlfriend is embroiled in a scandal surrounding her Shropshire, U.K., estate

September 2, 2020
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