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  • Sarina Jain

    Bring on the Bhangra!

    Indian dance isn’t just for weddings anymore. Sarina Jain has exported it to the fitness center—and the masses.
  • things-fall-apart-achebe-om04side

    Hilary Mantel’s Book Bag

    The English writer, author of the new Tudor novel 'Bring Up the Bodies,' shares her five favorite historical fictions with Newsweek.
  • Milan

    Milan Magic

    Tim Parks, the author of 'Teach Us to Sit Still,' on Italy's 'unlovely and frenetic' business capital—and its cappuccino breaks.
  • 21-going-6-fe04-bissinger

    'You're 21, Not 6'

    'Friday Night Lights' author Buzz Bissinger comes to terms with a son who can never grow up in his new book, 'Father's Day.'
  • dan-rather-nb60-groove

    Dan Rather’s White Whale

    The man once called ‘the face of CBS News’ is still battling his old network. Lloyd Grove on the anchorman’s autobiography.
  • engines-of-change-OM02

    Baby, You Can Drive My Car

    Pulitzer winner Paul Ingrassia's cruising history looks at how sheet metal helped to shape an era. By Tony Dokoupil.
  • houston-fe01-2ndary

    Whitney's Private Hell

    A drug-using family. Heartbreaking dysfunction. Why no one could save Whitney Houston from herself.
  • prada-met-om01-givhan-2ndary

    The Curator Wears Prada

    The Met honors fashion’s subversive feminist Miuccia Prada in a new show, "Impossible Conversations." she talks to Robin Givhan.
  • spanking-fe01-roiphe

    Working Women’s Fantasies

    She wants to be spanked? Katie Roiphe on 'Fifty Shades of Grey' and the curious case of the modern woman's retro bedroom fantasy.
  • roberto-bolano-OV10-main

    Bolaño's Literary Ghost

    Even ‘The Secret of Evil,' a posthumous collection of essays and short stories by the great Chilean writer, haunts the field. By Mac Margolis.
  • what-money-buy-sandel-cover

    Everyone’s Got a Price

    Harvard’s rock-star moralist Michael Sandel says capitalism is ruining America. By Michael Fitzgerald.
  • Montage Residences Deer Valley

    Mountain Hideaway

    Ski season is wrapping up, but there are plenty of year-round adventures at Deer Valley ski resort. The Montage Residences are set in Utah’s outdoor oasis, ideal for hiking, biking, horseback riding, rafting, and fly-fishing. Ranging from one to five bedrooms and $2 million to $11 million, the 65 residences sit atop the resort. Home rentals are also available. Owners have full access to the 35,000-square-foot spa, the bowling alley, and other amenities at the luxury hotel. Montage Deer Valley will even plan a morning of guided nature photography or an afternoon of species spotting with a gourmet picnic.
  • doctors-fe05-main-tease

    The Doctor Won't See You Now

    Feeling like your doctor is rushed, distracted, or just doesn't care? You're not alone, and it may be hurting your health and your pocketbook.
  • history-surrender-fe01history-shades-grey

    A History Of Surrender

    From the 1950s classic 'Story of O' to this year’s 'Fifty Shades of Grey,' see the evolution of submission in popular culture.
  • Song Saa, Private Island Resort

    My Own Private Island

    Off the coast of Cambodia, the Song Saa islands offer Robinson Crusoe–like isolation in luxury.
  • The Peninsula Papagayo Hotel in Costa Rica

    A Wedge Of Heaven

    A New York family goes to Costa Rica for some world-class pampering.
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    What Obama Can Learn from LBJ

    The latest volume of Robert Caro’s biography charts LBJ's transformation into a leader who wielded ruthless power. By David Frum.
  • steven-tyler-my01-kutruzzula

    Steven Tyler

    Aerosmith's frontman Steven Tyler shares his favorite mistake: blowing money on clothes in the early days and dressing a little bit like a lady (thanks to Janis Joplin).
  • game-of-thrones-cookbooks-om03-main-tease

    Pigeon Pie, Anyone?

    ‘Game of Thrones’ is jumping on the cookbook bandwagon, and Regina Schrambling says ‘A Feast of Ice and Fire’ is almost scholarly.
  • etgar-keret-OV11-main

    When a Writer Draws a Blank

    Dan Ephron says Israeli author Etgar Keret turns a dry spell into gold in his latest short story collection.
  • turkey-archeology-OV10-main

    Reclaiming Hercules

    Turkey’s government is playing hardball to repatriate archeological treasures.
  • michelle-yeah-om04-streib

    ‘The Lady’ and Me

    The actress reveals how her portrayal of the Burmese revolutionary changed her life.
  • Bill Clegg

    One Final Hit

    The literary agent Bill Clegg, who rose to the top only to get addicted to crack, recounts a relapse in his new memoir, 'Ninety Days.'
  • Social Groups

    Why Humans Hate

    Religion. Sports. War. In 'The Social Conquest of Earth,' the biologist E.O. Wilson says fighting for a group is what makes us human.
  • favorite-mistake-john-grisham-MY01-tease

    John Grisham's $6 Million Blunder

    In Newsweek's 'My Favorite Mistake' segment, the author of the upcoming 'Calico Joe' talks about giving away first editions of 'A Time to Kill.'
  • social-dairies-NB40

    The Rise of Big-Game Hunting

    From Teddy Roosevelt to Donald Trump Jr., the rich have heeded the call of the wild and fallen for big-game hunting.
  • hitlerland-book-nagorski-OM02-main

    Tea Time with Hitler

    Andrew Nagorski's 'Hitlerland' is the story of the Americans who cavorted with the Nazis. Reviewed by Christopher Dickey.
  • acid-co08-lewis

    My Kool Acid test

    LSD is freedom, SSRIs are security. A former addict’s trip down memory lane.