On the front cover is the work of a Canadian icon, Lawren S. Harris. His 1920 oil on canvas, Algama Hill, is matched on the reverse cover by “one of the most famous images in Inuit art,” Kenojuak Ashevak’s The Enchanted Owl.... Read More
Save those pennies and hike a few stairs, take the metro instead of a taxi, and live like a local in an apartment instead of a three-star hotel. That’s the advice Lain, author of London for Families and London for Lovers dishes up in... Read More
They weren’t models of the “National Socialist ideal of femininity-the tall, hard-working, Nordic blonde of cheerful disposition, keeper of the hearth and home, surrounded by many children.” The elite women who stood at the... Read More
The title of this book causes a reaction—a comment, a startled glance, a nervous chuckle. The subject of weight and feeling fat is a touchy issue, but according to the author, feeling fat is not really a feeling, it is a code. In order... Read More
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