Jorge Luis Borges. Photographer unknown. This interview was conducted in July 1966, in conversations I held with Borges at his office in the Biblioteca Nacional, of which he is the director. The room,
The fashion world has embraced Tevas and Crocs, but not Danskos — and that’s okay with me. Racked is no longer publishing. Thank you to everyone who read our work over the years. The archives will remain
A South African safari needn’t cost a packet. Our money-saving tips include going out of season, looking for online deals and doing what the locals do The words “budget” and “safari” are not often found
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Emma Cline’s debut novel, The Girls, may be loosely based on the Manson murders, but it isn’t really about Manson at all—it’s about the women around him, those attracted to life at the edge of the world.