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    The Man Behind the Image

    Lynsey Addario on 'Here I Am,' a new biography of the late war photographer Tim Hetherington. In Newsweek.
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    Michael Bay, Transformed?

    The ‘Pain and Gain’ director on Roger Ebert, George Lucas, and easing up a bit. By Marlow Stern in Newsweek.
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    Slow Progress

    A medical journal corrects an obituary from 1858.
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    Russia Is Dying

    Peter Pomerantsev on Oliver Bullough’s bleak mix of biography and reportage that looks inside the soul of a bitter country.
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    The Writer’s Speech

    Novelist Charles Dubow says his stuttering caused him pain—but also led to his greatest joy.
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    The Last Remnant

    Michael Korda on William Dalrymple's rich history of how the Afghans defeated the British.
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    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.
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    The Baroness of Bebop

    Hannah Rothschild on the trail of her elusive, bohemian relative. By Liesl Schillinger.
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    Gritty Glamour

    Marilyn Minter has something to say—and the art world is finally listening.
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    Please Call It Bombay

    The city might have a new name, but King George's colonial legacy is still everywhere. By Dilip D'Souza.
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    Check, Please!

    America’s restaurant technology is worse than Polynesia’s.
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    Tabloid Man

    Nora Ephron’s last work comes to Broadway.
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    Sweet Truth

    Why experts know what’s best for your health.
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    The Miracle on Marshland

    Booker International finalist Josip Novakovich on the miracle on marshland, the city of steeples.
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    Gone Girl

    Inside ‘Top of the Lake,’ Jane Campion’s gritty new thriller.
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    The UK's Underground Town

    Novelist Alison Moore on why her city has so many dungeons and caves—appropriate for the 'birthplace' of Robin Hood.
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    Hoop Dreams

    Two athletes bring their talent from Congo to the American court.
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    From Iran With Love

    A selection of poems excerpted from ‘Faces of Love: Hafez and the Poets of Shiraz.’
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    Eggs in Purgatory

    Or what to eat when you’re feeling like hell. I’m not saying that New Year’s Day has to mean you have a hangover, but after that evening of almost-enforced carousing, this dish of eggs cooked in a fiery tomato sauce can feel like heaven.
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    A Nasty Piece of Work

    A tawdry new book accuses the late Christopher Hitchens of plagiarism—and worse.
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    Can London Fashion Week Grow Up Without Selling Out?

    The last time I was in London for Fashion Week was in the spring of 2001. I was working for GQ magazine in London and blagged a few tickets off the girls who toiled upstairs on the pages of Vogue. The event struggled so badly to attract financing that shows were held in cheap and drafty tents on the lawn of the Natural History Museum in South Kensington.
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    DIY Dialysis

    In China, desperate patients are forced to innovate.
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    Italian Roast Chicken with Bell Peppers & Olives

    A roast chicken always feels celebratory; indeed, a roast chicken always is celebratory. The vibrantly colored and intensely flavored vegetables that are cooked alongside here seem only to underline this, offering their own brightness and brio, sunny in taste as well as mood.