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Our writers hold no party line; their only allegiance is to clarity of thought, elegance of expression and independence of opinion.
Turin has an easy elegance that speaks to its role as a major center of Italian industry
By Benjamin Riley
Wanting to avoid the airport, I took a late-evening, six-and-a-half-hour train from Edinburgh to Bristol
Greece may never be this empty again
Take hope, ye who enter here
While some swear that only while barefoot can you properly detect clams, connoisseurs know that’s bosh
Hunting cigarettes up I-95
While his fellow Germans were rounding up résistants, Jünger was visiting Braque and Picasso
El Greco is at the Art Institute of Chicago. Can we trust the modernists on the gifts of ‘The Greek’?
Some call Chatham slightly precious, too sure of its own perfection. They have a point
The ban is about much more than animal rights. It is about punishing the rich. And it has to be, because the animal-rights case has no merit
Armed with a lever-action rifle, some elephant-gun slugs and a pack of six dogs, we set out into the brush
Jan van Eyck at the Frick Collection
Time to buy brown
No smokes without buyer
Scotland by sleeper
Paying the ferryman in Greece
An old master who still feels new
Digging for clams on the Jersey Shore
The perception of doors
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