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London Sartorial: See How the British Do It in Style

Written by Dylan Jones | Rizzoli; $45 London is well known for — among other things — its sense of style, and London Sartorial: Men’s Style from Street to Bespoke offers an...

Strike a Pose: The Vogue Years Captures Doisneau’s Keen Eye

By Robert Doisneau | Flammarion; $60 Robert Doisneau was a 20th Century visionary. His photography both elevated magazine work to the level of art, while also creating immortal...

90 Miles From Florida, Cuban Culture Flourishes

Since relations between the United States and Cuba are thawing, the chance to visit this long-forbidden nation is finally becoming a reality. By Alicia E. García | Rizzoli; $55...

Sicilian Cooking: Melting Pot of the Mediterreanean

Sicily is a center of fusion cuisine — spicing traditional Italian recipes with flair from elsewhere in the Mediterranean. By Melissa Muller | Rizzoli; $40 Here Melissa Muller...

Ayurvedic Cooking Is a Tasty Pathway to Better Health

Ayurveda is one of the old’s oldest forms of holistic healing. It originated between two and five thousand years ago and is still practiced today. It teaches that the body can...

"How to Survive a Plague:" AIDS and Hard Lessons Learned

Looking to the past for lessons on struggling against stubborn silence. As 2016 concluded, The New York Times reported that the number of people diagnosed HIV positive in Russia...

BOOK: Showstoppers

Whether you were a musical theater nerd in High school or came to appreciate it later in life, you’re bound to be riveted by these surprising backstage stories of Broadway’s...

Wherever You Go, There You Are in Yellow House

In a powerful novel about the epidemic in the ‘80s, a professor learns that he can’t just move away from AIDS....