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The continuing appeal of novelist Rachel Ingalls

2.11.19

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(1 of 9) Typography instructor Herbert Bayer’s design for a cinema (c. 1924-1925) is a stark contrast to the elaborate theaters of the 1920s.
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Exploring the Bauhaus and Harvard

March-April 2019

Illustration by Gaby D’Alessandro

The continuing appeal of novelist Rachel Ingalls

March-April 2019

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Navigating the challenges of caring for a child who is very ill

March-April 2019

Paolo Pasco

Photograph by Jim Harrison

Paolo Pasco and the art of making crosswords

March-April 2019

Illustration by Matt Chinworth

Unpacking “what art does to us”

March-April 2019

The multitalented Edward Gorey in September 1977, on the distinctive set he designed for the Broadway production of Dracula—for which he won a Tony Award for best costume design

Photograph by Jack Mitchell/Getty Images

An idiosyncratic new biography of Edward Gorey

March-April 2019

Since 2016, says showrunner David Mandel, shown here with Veep stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Tony Hale (below), it has become increasingly difficult for the show to outrun reality.

Photograph by Justin M Lubin/HBO

Showrunner David Mandel guides the final season of Veep—and finds himself politicized.

March-April 2019