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They Broke The Rules And Changed The World THE ESQ&A: WOODY ALLEN - The film legend on Café Society, his 48th—or is it his 49th?—movie; Miley Cyrus; not being the nebbish we’ve mistaken him for all these years; and having “nothing but regrets.” VIGGO MORTENSEN: AN UNCOMPROMISING ACT - The quintessentially un-Hollywood actor stars in a film about a man who goes off the grid. Sound like him? Let’s start with his flip phone. Caroline Wozniacki: The Singles Girl - Ferocious talent, cutthroat intensity, good looks, and blond hair. We’ve seen them before on the tennis court, but never quite like this. A Modest Proposal for Our Times - In which a cardcarrying member of the East Coast cultural elite travels the length of the border in search of Donald Trump’s America and learns to stop worrying and love the Wall.

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