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The Top 8 Home Decor Magazines

01  of 08 Architectural Digest Published monthly and focused on the homes of “the rich and famous,” Architectural Digest is a resource for many professional designers and serious homeowners. The editors take you into the homes of known personalities and discuss how the spaces were structured and decorated for the owner. Many…

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Business Book of the Year 2021

This year’s longlist for the Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award features a number of titles that promise to offer routes away from impending disaster. FT journalists filtered a record-breaking entry of some 600 books to produce 15 for the panel of judges to read. (A complete interactive list of all…

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Authors Thinking Outside the Book

Charles Theonia’s latest book looks nothing like a book. Instead it is a collection of twenty-one tiny glass bottles, each one with a poem inside. When Theonia, a transgender writer who goes by the pronouns they and them, was beginning hormone replacement therapy, they rubbed a saw-palmetto tincture into their scalp to prevent hair loss;…

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Why We Need Diverse Books

When teacher and author Torrey Maldonado was in third grade, his mother brought home A Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats—the beloved book about a young Black boy exploring his city in fresh snow.  Until then, Maldonaldo—who is Black and Afro-Puerto Rican—had never seen a kid who looked like him in a book. “I thought…

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Best Summer Meal Cookbooks of 2021

Bress ’n’ Nyam by Matthew Raiford with Amy Paige Condon Chef Matthew Raiford’s Gullah Geechee cookbook, Bress ’n’ Nyam, is ideal for long, shared summer meals. Begin with a pot of earthy-sweet Gullah rice, then pick from his recipes for paprika-seasoned snapper, grilled watermelon, pork loin sauced in mango dressing, to accompany it. Or spread…

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