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Books

  1. books
    What Will It Take to Design (Actually) Healthy Cities?The Topography of Wellness explores a century of how we’ve gotten it wrong and the resilient systems we need to get it right.
  2. books
    Walking the Streets, Looking for a Long-Lost MadamThe historian Debby Applegate knows where all the best disreputables once hung out.
  3. architecture
    The Candy-Colored Tudors and Mini Mediterranean Palaces of Queens‘All the Queens Houses’ shows the most diverse borough’s most diverse residences.
  4. books
    The Power Broker Is Still Not Available As an E-Book. Except … It Is.“A myth,” says Robert Caro’s publisher. Yet, somehow, I just bought the Kindle edition.
  5. mutual aid
    A New Network of Little Free Libraries Stocks Exclusively BIPOC Authors“A lot of people don’t have exposure to Black authors; I didn’t.”
  6. in the stacks
    How the Strand Lost Its WorkersThe bookstore’s owner says it’s hanging by a thread — and staff say they’re the ones paying the price.
  7. up high
    This Artist Posed As a Hungarian Billionaire Buyer to Get Into 25 PenthousesAdopting a new persona, then photographing the view from the 100th floor.
  8. at home
    Your Quarantine Clutter Has a Long and Distinguished HistoryEmbrace the mess.
  9. space of the week
    An Insider’s View of the Grit and Glamour of the Fashion WorldAmy Fine Collins’s new book, The International Best-Dressed List, chronicles the history of stylish, larger-than-life personalities.
  10. space of the week
    Inside a Book Editor’s Legendary Home LibraryMadeline Kripke has been known to walk visitors through her shelves with a flashlight in hand and card catalogue in her head.
  11. space of the week
    Inside a Book Editor’s Legendary Home LibraryMadeline Kripke has been known to walk visitors through her shelves with a flashlight in hand and card catalogue in her head.
  12. design hunting
    Take a Rare Glimpse Inside the Art-Filled Homes of ArtistsA new book takes you inside the lofts, townhouses, and upstate retreats of Will Cotton, Rashid Johnson, and Marilyn Minter.
  13. design hunting
    Design Hunting: Albert Hadley’s Books, Moss and Ferns in Midtown, and Dinner With Anya HindmarchPlus, Simon Doonan — a Fashion Week must.