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Whitney’s Final Bow
Sparkle’s producers on Houston’s bittersweet role.
Imagining the airport of the future as destination.
Harry Shearer’s Favorite Mistake
The comedian on when marriage is a punchline.
On The Trail Of Edvard Munch
The love-hate relationship of a painter and his city.
Watch out, Ryan Seacrest. Reality TV’s oddest new star.
Soccer’s Spanish Fury
The Euro Cup winner’s passionate style has deep roots, says Jimmy Burns, author of the new book 'La Roja.'
I’ll Have What She Had
Nora Ephron: writer, filmmaker, maven, wit. James Atlas talks to Meryl Streep, Calvin Trillin, and more of Ephron's admirers.
How to Beat the Heat
Dress like a bedouin. Not Kate Upton.
The Electroshock Novelist
England's literary bad boy has always been fascinated by the dustbin empire. Now Martin Amis takes on American excess. By Sam Tanenhaus.
Steroids are way more dangerous than you think.
Charlie Sheen’s Last Stand
Hollywood’s enfant terrible is back with a new show. Despite ‘Anger Management’, he’s still unhinged, unchanged, and unrepentant.
In Search Of Paris Terroir
Yannick Alléno is reviving the capital’s locavore roots.
Mightier Than the Sword
Magdy El Shafee, Egypt’s most famous cartoonist, reflects on the revolution. By Maya Jaggi.
Emma Stone, Revealed
‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ star on her reality-TV origins, Ryan Gosling, and creating a teen advice column.
Return of the Gladiator
How mixed martial arts took the fighting world by storm.
The City: Durban
Lynn Freed on a South African city of jacaranda trees and electric fences.
The Summer’s Hot GOP Villains
At last, conservatives are leaving their (bite) mark on Hollywood.
Entitled to a Fair Shot
The president reflects on the impact of Title IX.
The News On Abuse
Child molestation is on the wane.
This Just in From HQ
Former ABC News chief David Westin on network news in crisis and his book, ‘Exit Interview.’ By Marcus Wilford.
My Favorite Mistake: Marina Abramović
On her ill-fated attempt to look like Brigitte Bardot.
Manchester United’s IPO is no winner.
Aaron Sorkin’s chatty idealists invade cable TV.
‘I’m A Professional Refugee’
Lawrence Durrell envisioned our postmodern world.
Scott Turow reflects on Chicago
Scott Turow on a uniquely American city striving to be second to none.
Woody Allen’s Black Magic
The legendary filmmaker returns to his old obsessions-sexual avarice and megalomaniacal control.
The newly crowned Tony winner relives her mortifying wardrobe malfunction.
Because It Is Bitter
How bitters became the cocktail flavor of the moment.
Soweto’s Stand-Up Son
Can Trevor Noah’s comedy cross the Atlantic?
Muse, Kingmaker, Queen
The woman who inspired Paris’s legendary artists.
We Want What You Have
In his sweeping new novel, ‘Capital,’ John Lanchester delivers the London of the rich and precarious. He speaks to Craig Taylor.
The Culture Queen
Queen Elizabeth II is used constantly as a pop-culture icon—but not always kindly. By Tom Shone.
Go Toward the Light
A Scottish designer freezes flight and “materializes” emotions.
The Pillow As Companion
A cure for loneliness from a couple of romantics.
A trio of Dutchmen aims to create, and sell, the impossible.
Your Home Will Look Like This
Cutting-edge designers from six countries give us a glimpse of the future today.
Maggie Gyllenhaal's Favorite Mistake
On flubbing the lines of perfection.
Big? Jammy? Not Anymore!
California’s new direction.
The Disney Diet
Can cutting junk-food ads make kids healthier?
From Scribble to Table
The very idea of furniture, sketched in the air, made real.
Mornings With My Son
Why I chose fatherhood over fame.
A mix-and-match man breaks items down, then builds them back up.
An Exploded Museum
Get ready for the Olympics of the art world.
A Liberal Takedown of Texas
Gail Collins talks to Michelle Cottle on what the state has done to the rest of us, and why its paranoia about the federal government is so strange.
Girl Meets World
Greta Gerwig on insecurity, marriage, and ‘Lola Versus’.
The Cost of Hope
Terence was dying. Why didn't they know?
Jason Schwartzman’s Awful Massage
On the worst massage of his life.
Feting Fashion’s Sphinx
The anti-celebrity success of Rei Kawakubo.
Can’t Be Tamed
Miley Cyrus grows up.
Waking up early is making us fat.
Melik Kaylan on Nurhan Atasoy’s new history, which examines the eastern empire’s influence on European culture.
The Beach Boys’ Crazy Summer
He heard voices, did drugs and fell apart. Can the band’s reunion tour help put Brian Wilson back together again?
Jeremy Denk's Favorite Mistake
On his ill-fated lab experiment.
Remembering Carlos Fuentes
The passionate novelist was Latin America’s literary father. But Mac Margolis says his footprint stretches far beyond literature.
The Spectacular Spektor
A glimpse into the life of the quirky singer-songwriter.
Rob Verger explores the art of sacred books through the exhibit 'Illuminated' at New York's Rubin Museum.