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    A Rare View of the Met Gala

    For most of us, fashion’s party of the year ends with the red carpet. But our reporter got a look inside.

    By Matthew Schneier and Landon Nordeman

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    No Regrets

    Katy Perry Comes With Extra Cheese

    Inside the Met Gala after-parties held by Gucci, Moschino and the Top of the Standard.

    By Ben Widdicombe

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    Does This Dress Make Me Look Guilty?

    This week Anna Sorokin, Elizabeth Holmes and Cardi B all provided a visual brief on how to use clothes to communicate in court.

    By Vanessa Friedman


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    The Secret World of Life (and Death) in Ireland’s Peat Bogs

    A handful of museums and protected natural sites have made it easier for visitors to appreciate the cultural and ecological importance of Ireland’s mucky peatlands.

    By Emily Toner

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    The Perfect Divorce

    The couple endured many changes in their long marriage. But the space between them grew when he took up sailing and she opened her own restaurants.

    By Louise Rafkin

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    See How the Shadows of New York Create a Second City

    In photographs taken over 80 years, a look at the shifting architecture that emerges with the sun and disappears by nightfall.

    By Anika Burgess

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    Shipwrecks and Secluded Beaches: Exploring the Greek Island of Zakynthos

    Escape this Ionian island’s Instagram-friendly hotspots to discover its true charms: tranquil villages and less-crowded coves.

    By Stephen Hiltner

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    How to Fold a Fitted Sheet

    Do not be intimidated by that lump of fabric with no corners. We’ll show you how to tame that fitted sheet.

    By The New York Times

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    “Who’s That?”: Running for President at Zero Percent

    To even see where Seth Moulton ranks in the race, you have to click “expand” on most polls. But that isn’t stopping him from campaigning. We followed him for a day in Iowa this month.

    Photographs and Text by Alyssa Schukar

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    A Look Inside the Secretive World of Guantánamo Bay

    Take a tour of the base and its military prison, which has been housing detainees for more than 17 years.

    By Carol Rosenberg

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    We Want to Hear About Pumping at Work

    Tell us the toughest part about pumping at work.

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    Writing Cover Stories Is Hard. For Atlantic Editor, Talking About Diversity Is Harder.

    “It’s really, really hard to write a 10,000-word cover story,” Jeffrey Goldberg said in an interview about writers who can produce marquee magazine pieces. He said his comments were misconstrued.

    By Marc Tracy

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    15 European Pop Acts You Might Not Know, but Should

    European music is more than just the glitz of Eurovision. Turn on your sound to hear 15 of the region’s most important acts, musically and socially, right now.