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Stephen Sondheim, Theater’s Greatest Lyricist

This story is one of the seven covers of T Magazine’s Greats issue, on newsstands Oct. 22. Sondheim: I hope…

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The Humble Beginnings of Today’s Culinary Delicacies

IN THE NEWLY moneyed Beijing of the early 1990s, a curious type of restaurant started to appear. Limousines idled in…

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Covetable Timepieces That Give New Meaning to the Term ‘Winter Whites’

There is something to be said for understated elegance, which with this trio of watches comes in the form of…

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A Collector Who Fills His Los Angeles Home With Carefully Sourced Clutter

IT HAD TAKEN several months of scouring flea markets before Jonathan Pessin finally found the weathered, hollow fiberglass Coke bottle…

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Dior’s Iconic Bar Jacket Inspires Anew

Christian Dior’s original Bar Jacket, from the designer’s debut 1947 haute couture collection.Credit...© 2021 Association Willy Maywald/Artists ...

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The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week

Welcome to the T List, a newsletter from the editors of T Magazine. Each week, we share things we’re eating,…

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A Fashion Stylist Who Found Inspiration in New Surroundings

For many years, Melissa Ventosa Martin, a fashion stylist, and her husband, Walter Martin, a musician, lived in New York…

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A Pioneering British Artist’s Painting of a Negotiation

In each installment of The Artists, T highlights a recent or little-seen work by a Black artist, along with a…

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The Gene-Synthesis Revolution

Ten years ago, when Emily Leproust was a director of research at the life-sciences giant Agilent, a pair of scientist-engineers…

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How the $4 Trillion Flood of Covid Relief Is Funding the Future

Covid-19 put American infrastructure to the test — and by most measures, it failed, exposing the unstable, outdated systems that…

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