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Could Republican Senator Rand Paul Win the White House? — Tough talk and fearless politics have made Senator Rand Paul a leader in the Republican Party. Could he-and his charming, secret-weapon wife, Kelley-win the White House? On a sunny Saturday in July, Rand Paul and his wife, Kelley Ashby, are taking a long drive across Kentucky horse country.
Nov 22, 2014

This old (and good!) @jasondhorowitz profile of Rand Pau in Vogue has a really fantastic headline. Instant classic.…

Pinterest Engineer Tracy Chou is Breaking the Silicon Ceiling — "There are a lot of engineers here," Tracy Chou, a programmer at Pinterest and one of the fastest-rising engineers in tech, tells me one evening at Dogpatch Boulders, a climbing gym named after the bayside San Francisco neighborhood now transformed into a playground for the start-up set.

Cabin Fever: Seven Chic Cabins to Rent (or Merely Ogle) This Winter — This summer, the designer and woodworker Tom Bonamici led a rustic timber-framing workshop at the Beaver Brook forest preserve in Sullivan County, New York. On 55 acres of white pine and hemlock, Bonamici taught five students how to craft njallas-tiny cabins on top of tree trunks, traditionally used as food caches in northern Scandinavia.

Remembering Mike Nichols - Vogue — Few directors have been both as savage and as light as Mike Nichols, whose death, at eighty-three, was announced today. Few, too, have taken mainstream moviemaking quite as seriously as a literary art. Over the course of a career that was at once long and precocious-Nichols's first two movies, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Nov 20, 2014

Mike Nichols was a writer's director, with an ear for language and its effect on interior life. @voguemagazine

Joseph Altuzarra and Seth Weissman's Wedding

Nov 21, 2014

Ivanka Trump in a Bob Mackie dress of her mom's, dancing at the Rainbow Room, keeping NY gilded n glam…

Phil Klay Wins the National Book Award for Redeployment — Congratulations to who won the National Book Award for fiction for Redeployment, his debut story collection set against the Iraq War and its aftermath. Beating out a field that included Marilynne Robinson, one of the greatest authors writing in English today, even Klay himself seemed startled, but while the win is a dark-horse surprise, it's a happy one.

From Smartphone to Smartwatch, Can Geek Ever Be Chic? — Dear Lynn, I can't wrap my mind around it: Is wearable tech chic? Will it ever be? Am I going to be the only person out there without some sort of Google/Apple/Samsung-ified accessory? Will I be left in the dust as everyone else flicks through their Tweets and Facebook mentions with only the subtlest of eye twitches?