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The Week Magazine

Mar 26 2021
Magazine

The Week makes sense of the news by curating the best of the U.S. and international media into a succinct, lively digest.

Editor’s letter

Biden promises vaccine doses for all by May

It wasn’t all bad

A growing crisis at the southern border

Cuomo refuses to resign as accusations multiply

One year on: How has the pandemic changed us?

Good week/bad week

Only in America

Chauvin trial

Naked protest

Pfeiffer’s Hollywood hiatus • Michelle Pfeiffer

The lawyer who became the ‘Pitching Ninja’ • Rob Friedman

New York’s Covid ‘patient zero’ • Lawrence Garbuz

In the news

America’s falling fertility rate

Daylight time is the least worst option

Judging Lincoln on race

Voter suppression can backfire

Viewpoint

I read it in the tabloids • It must be true…

Race still matters in translation

Biden is no more generous than Trump

United Kingdom: Are police and politicians failing women?

Mexico: Does legal marijuana bill go far enough?

Desperate Netanyahu lashes out

Where leaders keep on dropping dead

The rescue bill: A new era of much bigger government

Noted

The filibuster: A crossroads for Congress

After the shot: What can you safely do?

Wit & Wisdom

Pick of the week’s cartoons

Big Tech: Finding few friends in Biden’s White House

What’s new in tech • Bytes

Innovation of the week

Obesity sharply raises Covid-19 risks

Super-rare space rock

No symptoms, then ‘long Covid’

More tests for lung cancer

The self-decapitating slug

The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Race • Book of the week

Foregone • Novel of the week

A World Without Email: Reimagining Work in an Age of Communication Overload

Chosen by Rufi Thorpe • Best books…

In long-view histories • Also of interest…

Sherry Turkle • Author of the week

Beeple: The digital artist who just broke the market

Duchess! Duchess! Duchess!

The 2021 Grammys: An awards show renewed by crisis

The Moon and Stars • Valerie June

Obviously • Lake Street Dive

The Week’s guide to what’s worth watching

Streaming tips

Tina • Show of the week

Persian-style chicken: An excuse to break out the saffron

Cider: The wine disciples

Smell training: Rehab hope for Covid’s taste victims

The 2022 Acura MDX • What the critics say

Staying hydrated • The best of…

Caring for a wooden cutting board • Tip of the week…

Homes built in the 1950s

Stripe: Most valuable U.S. tech startup

Security: Microsoft investigates source of mega-hack

The bottom line

Business travel: Maybe we’ll all just keep Zooming

What the experts say

Charity of the week

Growth: U.S. could power a global recovery

How money learned to do stupid tricks

Goldman goes for the Gulfstream

The ‘marvelous’ boxer who dominated the ring • Marvelous Marvin Hagler, 1954–2021

The high-wire artist who flirted with death • Carla Wallenda, 1936–2021

The Dutch engineer who the changed the way we listen to music • Lou Ottens, 1926–2021

One year of isolation

Love vax • The Week contest


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 40 Publisher: The Week Publications, Inc. Edition: Mar 26 2021

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The Week makes sense of the news by curating the best of the U.S. and international media into a succinct, lively digest.

Editor’s letter

Biden promises vaccine doses for all by May

It wasn’t all bad

A growing crisis at the southern border

Cuomo refuses to resign as accusations multiply

One year on: How has the pandemic changed us?

Good week/bad week

Only in America

Chauvin trial

Naked protest

Pfeiffer’s Hollywood hiatus • Michelle Pfeiffer

The lawyer who became the ‘Pitching Ninja’ • Rob Friedman

New York’s Covid ‘patient zero’ • Lawrence Garbuz

In the news

America’s falling fertility rate

Daylight time is the least worst option

Judging Lincoln on race

Voter suppression can backfire

Viewpoint

I read it in the tabloids • It must be true…

Race still matters in translation

Biden is no more generous than Trump

United Kingdom: Are police and politicians failing women?

Mexico: Does legal marijuana bill go far enough?

Desperate Netanyahu lashes out

Where leaders keep on dropping dead

The rescue bill: A new era of much bigger government

Noted

The filibuster: A crossroads for Congress

After the shot: What can you safely do?

Wit & Wisdom

Pick of the week’s cartoons

Big Tech: Finding few friends in Biden’s White House

What’s new in tech • Bytes

Innovation of the week

Obesity sharply raises Covid-19 risks

Super-rare space rock

No symptoms, then ‘long Covid’

More tests for lung cancer

The self-decapitating slug

The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Race • Book of the week

Foregone • Novel of the week

A World Without Email: Reimagining Work in an Age of Communication Overload

Chosen by Rufi Thorpe • Best books…

In long-view histories • Also of interest…

Sherry Turkle • Author of the week

Beeple: The digital artist who just broke the market

Duchess! Duchess! Duchess!

The 2021 Grammys: An awards show renewed by crisis

The Moon and Stars • Valerie June

Obviously • Lake Street Dive

The Week’s guide to what’s worth watching

Streaming tips

Tina • Show of the week

Persian-style chicken: An excuse to break out the saffron

Cider: The wine disciples

Smell training: Rehab hope for Covid’s taste victims

The 2022 Acura MDX • What the critics say

Staying hydrated • The best of…

Caring for a wooden cutting board • Tip of the week…

Homes built in the 1950s

Stripe: Most valuable U.S. tech startup

Security: Microsoft investigates source of mega-hack

The bottom line

Business travel: Maybe we’ll all just keep Zooming

What the experts say

Charity of the week

Growth: U.S. could power a global recovery

How money learned to do stupid tricks

Goldman goes for the Gulfstream

The ‘marvelous’ boxer who dominated the ring • Marvelous Marvin Hagler, 1954–2021

The high-wire artist who flirted with death • Carla Wallenda, 1936–2021

The Dutch engineer who the changed the way we listen to music • Lou Ottens, 1926–2021

One year of isolation

Love vax • The Week contest


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