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At 88, Willie Nelson is still singing, writing, championing the causes he believes in—and staying true to his renegade Texas roots.
Here’s WSJ.’s monthly roundup of new pop releases—everything that’s grabbing our attention, making us think or getting us dancing.
The cultural icon, pandemic hero and newly minted beauty-brand mogul hates exercise, loves food and is thrilled by cheap makeup.
Since opening the Inn at Little Washington in the late ’70s, the James Beard Award–winning chef Patrick O’Connell has transformed Washington, Virginia. Now he’s introducing Patty O’s Cafe & Bakery, his first new restaurant in 40 years.
The acclaimed chef’s latest book, “We Are What We Eat,” is a broadside against the fast-food industry and an exploration of sustainability, in school lunches and elsewhere. The 77-year-old also shares a few of her favorite things.
In addition to kite-surfing, tennis and bike rides, the Virgin Group founder also recently started lifting weights for the first time.
An informal group of self-styled cryptocurrency advisors are using TikTok, Discord and other online platforms to instruct and, according to some, sometimes con nascent crypto investors.
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The media mogul and his wife have donated more than $260 million to build an innovative public park on the Hudson River that will see about 500 events and performances this year.
The co-creator of HBO’s ‘Insecure’ on her show’s final season and the post-vaccination party she can’t wait to throw.
Art patron and museum founder Dasha Zhukova enters residential real estate with Ray, a new development firm with projects in three cities.
Writing a novel can provide escapism, control and a dash of positive publicity for politicos like Abrams and Clinton, who this year join Newt Gingrich, Jimmy Carter and other politician-novelists.
“It’s almost impossible to get a table at Le Bernardin…. People want to celebrate…. They want to spend a lot of money to support our community—the restaurants that have been suffering—and also to indulge.”
A year of being out of office has us bent out of shape.
ABC’s first Black Bachelor is healing—and back with his embattled ex: “I think it’s unfair to leave people without the ability to unlearn and be better.”
After her hit Outline trilogy, the author’s latest novel gestures toward the emotional tenor of the Covid epidemic while questioning gender norms and further establishing her authorial powers of control.
The Science Guy also tells us about not taking vitamins and why we all might be descendants of Martians.
In "The Premonition: A Pandemic Story," the bestselling author offers another timely parable that stirs the pot—and again puts the moral of the story in his characters’ hands.
The Japanese photographer and architect, who’s redesigning the Hirshhorn Museum’s sculpture garden, is sick of modern architecture and the art made amid contemporary capitalism