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Parisian Shopping: Black Week 2020 Part 1

These past few days I walked into the November sunset, into a marvelous light that bewitches, for Paris has a certain energy, an energy that feels like being plugged in to electricity. Here, you don’t have to go to a special place to find beauty. Look around wherever you are and you will see it: the parcs; the libraries and museums—but mostly on the streets.

Winter Shopping: A Few Cosy Pieces for Chilly Days

RECENTLY ORDERED A new chunky cable knit sweater and it’s the warmest, cosiest thing. In fact, if it were not for cosy jumpers and crackling cottage fires, autumn would be nearly unbearable with its damp, cloudy days, bare branches after all the leaves have fallen, and inevitable end in winter …

News 11.26.20 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

If you go outside on a dark night, in the darkest places on Earth, you can see as many as 9,000 stars. They appear as tiny points of light, but they are massive infernos. And while these stars seem astonishingly numerous to our eyes, they represent just the tiniest fraction of all the stars in our galaxy, let alone the universe.

Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

THIS WEEKEND we put up the Christmas lights and watched The Holiday with wine and popcorn. Yes, it might be a little soon, but this year needed cheering up, so we’re beginning early. We’re also wrapped up in the holiday mayhem that comes with tracking down missing packages and making sure everyone receives everything on time and are in the midst of beginning a brand new …

News 11.23.20 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

Six years ago, after I contacted David Fincher and told him I wanted to write an article about how he makes movies, he invited me to his office to present my case in person and, while I was there, watch him get some work done. On an April afternoon, I arrived at the Hollywood Art Deco building that has long served as Fincher’s base of operations …

Playlist 11.22.20 : Five Songs for the Weekend

Shygirl’s “Alias” is less than twenty minutes long, yet it’s weighty with the jolting hyperpop and club music that the London electronic artist has been making for the past few years. Each song is meant to show off a different side of her personality, a tactic that frees her up to play with a frenzied palette of sounds: “SLIME,” co-produced by the like-minded Scottish experimentalist …

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