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A Meal to Remember
Take 46 top chefs. Add Britain’s freshest ingredients. Stir.
Betting on Baby
May the royal odds be ever in your favor.
The Man Behind the Image
Lynsey Addario on 'Here I Am,' a new biography of the late war photographer Tim Hetherington. In Newsweek.
Michael Bay, Transformed?
The ‘Pain and Gain’ director on Roger Ebert, George Lucas, and easing up a bit. By Marlow Stern in Newsweek.
A medical journal corrects an obituary from 1858.
Bristol, Bridge to the Wide World
Travel writer Sara Wheeler, famous for her stories of polar expeditions, returns home to her city: Bristol.
Gaddafi Is Dead. Long Live Art.
In Libya, behold a cultural revolution. Novelist Hisham Matar walks the streets of Tripoli with poet Khaled Mattawa.
Food to Die For
Welcome to Bangkok, heaven on a plate.
For Luxury, Look East
Beyond Istanbul’s bustle, the rest of Turkey beguiles upscale travelers.
The Man Who Would Be King
Young, handsome, and eloquent, A-Rod represented the future of baseball. Then came the downfall.
Russia Is Dying
Peter Pomerantsev on Oliver Bullough’s bleak mix of biography and reportage that looks inside the soul of a bitter country.
Golf’s Young Master
Guan Tianlang, 14, is the sport’s newest prodigy.
The Unknown Kipling
Three never-before-published poems from the British master.
The Writer’s Speech
Novelist Charles Dubow says his stuttering caused him pain—but also led to his greatest joy.
First World Problems?
The global importance of emotions and health.
Diamonds in the Rough
Can Major League Baseball bring China into the big leagues?
The Last Remnant
Michael Korda on William Dalrymple's rich history of how the Afghans defeated the British.
Australia's Outpost at the Edge
Writer Barry Lopez has had a long affection for Australia's lone west-coast city, which looks out into emptiness in every direction.
Did Dennis Rodman Just Change the World?
Going to North Korea was the smartest move the famously eccentric former basketball star ever made. Buzz Bissinger on America's latest renaissance man.
The Baroness of Bebop
Hannah Rothschild on the trail of her elusive, bohemian relative. By Liesl Schillinger.
Marilyn Minter has something to say—and the art world is finally listening.
Here Be Dragons
The complex new season of ‘Game of Thrones.’
Please Call It Bombay
The city might have a new name, but King George's colonial legacy is still everywhere. By Dilip D'Souza.
America’s restaurant technology is worse than Polynesia’s.
Wait Before You Date
Is middle school too early for kids to couple up?
Nora Ephron’s last work comes to Broadway.
Heart of Culture
The Congo hosts a celebration of African arts.
Why experts know what’s best for your health.
Gut Putt? Tut-tut!
A proposed rule sparks revolt in the golfing world.