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The Luxury Issue
Around the globe, people want to know how the rich stack up against one another.
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Hirshhorn head Melissa Chiu proved critics wrong and made the museum hot again.
For Vetements and other fashion labels, the banal is beautiful.
1 star | At the Greenbrier, one bright spot is breakfast.
Niermann Weeks makes elegant pieces that grace penthouses and mansions.
The sweatshirt, the summer shoe, the staycation and more, re-imagined.
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Previously in the Magazine

The secret ingredient? Making the garden a full partner.

The HBO comedy is back for its sixth season. And the world is a very different place.

Professors focus on news literacy for a generation raised on social media.

  • Kitson Jazynka
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  • Apr 6
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Allan Stypeck, owner of Second Story Books, remembers when, pre-Internet, “booksellers ruled.”

Supreme Court to hear appeal from men convicted of killing Catherine Fuller.

She was here to study the ancient ways of the sport. She hit something much deeper.

  • Leigh Ann Henion
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  • Mar 16
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A lifetime of answering questions of race, and the increasingly complicated answers.

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Donated items from all over reflect our racial history and bloodied path to democracy.
  • Sep 15, 2016
Oprah Winfrey’s museum donation was huge. Her hopes for the museum are even larger.
  • Sep 15, 2016
The civil rights legend recalls what it took to win the legislative battle for the museum.
  • Sep 15, 2016
Millions of stories help shape collective memory and point us to the future.
  • Sep 15, 2016
The filmmaker sees an opportunity to confront the legacy of the nation’s original sin.
  • Sep 15, 2016
Four sets of architects executed the vision for housing the past and the future.
Activists talk across generations about economic power, policing and voting in 2016.
  • Sep 15, 2016
(Courtesy of the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History & Culture)
An antique dollhouse at the National Building Museum in July 2016 (Randy Mays)
  • Apr 20
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