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"I Hope My Hindsight Will Be Others' Foresight"
Mother Jones

"I Hope My Hindsight Will Be Others' Foresight"

A decade after Elliot Rodger's horrific massacre, his mother is on a quest to help threat assessment experts-and other parents-prevent the next tragedy.

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10+ mins  |
July/August 2024
WEST COAST MEETS NORTH SHORE
Northshore Home

WEST COAST MEETS NORTH SHORE

A FARMHOUSE IN BEVERLY GETS A COASTAL MAKEOVER THAT MARRIES NEW ENGLAND CHARM WITH CALIFORNIA COOL.

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3 mins  |
Summer 2024
Storybook Ending
Northshore Home

Storybook Ending

A collaboration between Found Design Studio and Carpenter & MacNeille transforms this 19th-century cottage into a gracious family home.

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2 mins  |
Summer 2024
RESORT LIFE
Northshore Home

RESORT LIFE

AN ANDOVER BACKYARD IS TRANSFORMED INTO A STAYCATION HAVEN

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Summer 2024
ORGANIC MODERN
Northshore Home

ORGANIC MODERN

KASIE DINELLA OF MEND INTERIORS INJECTS A NEW HAMPSHIRE HOME WITH WOOD TONES, ALONG WITH BLUES AND GREENS, TO GIVE IT A FRESH, CLEAN FEEL.

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3 mins  |
Summer 2024
SUMMER HOUSE
Northshore Home

SUMMER HOUSE

KENNERKNECHT DESIGN GROUP CREATES A TIMELESS NEW ENGLAND AESTHETIC ON THIS SMALL ISLAND 30 MILES OUT TO SEA.

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Summer 2024
Dreamscape
Northshore Home

Dreamscape

Dan Gordon Landscape Architects designs an idyllic outdoor setting for a young family.

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Summer 2024
THE ART OF CREATING HOUSES
Northshore Home

THE ART OF CREATING HOUSES

AUTHOR JOHN R. DASILVA, FAIA OFFERS A DEEP DIVE INTO THE PSD'S SHINGLE-STYLE HOUSES.

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2 mins  |
Summer 2024
SLUMBER STYLE
Northshore Home

SLUMBER STYLE

INTERIOR DESIGNER BARI LIEBERMAN INTRODUCES COLOR, TEXTURE, AND PATTERN IN THIS BOLD BEDROOM

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2 mins  |
Summer 2024
ALFRESCO LIVING
Northshore Home

ALFRESCO LIVING

WILMINGTON-BASED REFINED RENOVATIONS AND ANDOVER-BASED ANDOVER LANDSCAPE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION BLUR THE LINES IN THIS ANDOVER RENOVATION.

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3 mins  |
Summer 2024
REIMAGINING the Past
Northshore Home

REIMAGINING the Past

Patrick Ahearn brings 19th-century character back to an 1850s farmhouse.

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4 mins  |
Summer 2024
CONCRETE COASTAL
Northshore Home

CONCRETE COASTAL

SASHYA THIND WARMS CONCRETE WITH WOOD, CREATING CONTEMPORARY INTERIORS THAT FEEL PERFECTLY AT HOME ON THE WATER.

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3 mins  |
Summer 2024
A Girl Like You – Annika Malacinski
Women Fitness

A Girl Like You – Annika Malacinski

Annika Malacinski's journey from a gymnast to a Nordic combined athlete is inspiring.

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Women Fitness July 2024
THE LAST RAVE
The New Yorker

THE LAST RAVE

Remembering a summer of estrangement.

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10+ mins  |
July 08, 2024
HOW THE WEST WAS LONG
The New Yorker

HOW THE WEST WAS LONG

“Horizon: An American Saga—Chapter 1.”

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6 mins  |
July 08, 2024
TWICE-TOLD TALES
The New Yorker

TWICE-TOLD TALES

The seditious writers who unravel their own stories.

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10+ mins  |
July 08, 2024
CASTING A LINE
The New Yorker

CASTING A LINE

The hard-bitten genius of Norman Maclean.

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10+ mins  |
July 08, 2024
THE HADAL ZONE
The New Yorker

THE HADAL ZONE

Arwen Rasmont waits hours at Keflavík International for his flight; they call it as he leaves the men’s room. He walks past the mirrored wall and is assaulted, as usual, by his dead father’s handsome image: high-arched nose, yellow hair.

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July 08, 2024
OPENING THEORY
The New Yorker

OPENING THEORY

Ivan is standing on his own in the corner while the men from the chess club move the chairs and tables around.

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10+ mins  |
July 08, 2024
ANTIHERO
The New Yorker

ANTIHERO

“The Boys,” on Prime Video.

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5 mins  |
July 08, 2024
КАНО
The New Yorker

КАНО

I’ve dated all kinds of women in my life,” the man said, “but I have to say I’ve never seen one as ugly as you.”

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July 08, 2024
WHEEL OF FORTUNE
The New Yorker

WHEEL OF FORTUNE

Taffy Brodesser-Akner weighs the cost of generational wealth.

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6 mins  |
July 08, 2024
THE DRUMMER BOY ON INDEPENDENCE DAY
The New Yorker

THE DRUMMER BOY ON INDEPENDENCE DAY

This story was written in the mid-nineteen-fifties, after E. L. Doctorow, then in his twenties, had completed his military service in Germany.

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9 mins  |
July 08, 2024
THE BLUE AND THE WHITE
The New Yorker

THE BLUE AND THE WHITE

The London imprint Fitzcarraldo Editions makes challenging literature chic.

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10+ mins  |
July 08, 2024
TEARDROPS ON MY GUITAR
The New Yorker

TEARDROPS ON MY GUITAR

Four years ago, when Ivan Cornejo was a junior in high school, he had a meeting with his family to announce that he was dropping out. His parents were alarmed, of course, but his older sister, Pamela, had a more sympathetic reaction, because she also happened to be his manager, and she knew that he wasn’t bluffing when he said that he had to focus on his career.

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7 mins  |
July 08, 2024
The Hidden Dutch Colonial
New York magazine

The Hidden Dutch Colonial

When Nicholas Howey and his late husband, Gerard Widdershoven, bought this 1925 house tucked away behind the hedges in Bridgehampton, they did little more than paint it-and fill it with art.

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2 mins  |
July 1-14, 2024
The Citi Bike Juice Crews
New York magazine

The Citi Bike Juice Crews

The docks don't charge e-bikes (yet). These folks do.

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1 min  |
July 1-14, 2024
Faust Goes to Fidi
New York magazine

Faust Goes to Fidi

The producers of Sleep No More are back with the whirlwind immersive-theater project Life and Trust.

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3 mins  |
July 1-14, 2024
The Empty Seat
New York magazine

The Empty Seat

At Paris Couture Week, one question everyone's lips: Who will lead Chanel?

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8 mins  |
July 1-14, 2024
No Man's Land
New York magazine

No Man's Land

Rachel Cusk's gender fundamentalism fully surfaces in her latest novel, Parade.

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10+ mins  |
July 1-14, 2024

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