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The Week Magazine

July 9, 2021 - July 16, 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’s quest for a bipartisan infrastructure bill

Searching for answers after Florida condo collapse

It wasn’t all bad

The border: Do Biden and Harris have a plan?

Good week/bad week

Only in America

Boiling point

Tour de France crash

Mitchell’s daring vulnerability • Joni Mitchell

Puck’s flight from abuse • Wolfgang Puck

The conservationist who fell to Earth • Juliane Diller

In the news

Baseball’s latest cheating scandal

How Barr incriminates himself

Yes, there is racial progress

A cynical attack on the military

Viewpoint

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

Our bias against migrants hurts us all

Greenpeace exposes our defenselessness

Black Sea: Russia and NATO tussle for control

Australia: Will the mouse infestation ever end?

Finally saying ‘no’ to America

Why Arab performers keep quitting

New York: The Democrats’ anti-crime candidate

UFOs: The truth is still out there

Noted

Britney Spears: A life controlled by others

DeSantis: Champion of academic free speech?

Wit & Wisdom

Pick of the week’s cartoons

Apps: Is there more to Tinder than lust?

What’s new in tech • Bytes

Innovation of the week

Covid-19 can cause ‘significant’ brain shrinkage

Did Betelgeuse burp?

Land mine–detecting bacteria

Aging can’t be defeated

Coffee vs. liver disease

The summer reopening

The open road

When two wheels are enough

Into the woods

Five excursions for a summer of revival • Best picks

Ready to go abroad?

The Bears Ears • Traveling on the page…

Republic of Detours: How the New Deal Paid Broke Writers to Rediscover America • Book of the week

Lorna Mott Comes Home • Novel of the week

The Reason for the Darkness of the Night: Edgar Allan Poe and the Forging of American Science

Chosen by Riley Sager • Best books…

In family dramas • Also of interest…

Brandon Taylor • Author of the week

Cézanne Drawing • Exhibit of the week

Planet Her • Doja Cat

Call Me If You Get Lost • Tyler, the Creator

Home Video • Lucy Dacus

Black Widow

Zola

Video games: Chicory and the ache of being an artist

The Week’s guide to what’s worth watching

Streaming tips

Gossip Girl • Show of the week

Oysters from the grill: A briny, smoky summer indulgence

Fast-food showdown: The very best chicken sandwiches

Wine: Argentina’s other red

The 2022 Honda Civic • What the critics say

Campsite cooking • The best of…

Tip of the week… • How to keep a dog safe in a heat wave

Georgian-influenced homes

Facebook: Major antitrust suits dismissed

Airlines: United bets on rebound with 270-plane order

The bottom line

Goliaths: Microsoft’s quiet triumph

How to save $5 billion for retirement

Thanks, but we prefer to stay home

Fico: A credit score past its prime

What the experts say

Charity of the week

The software entrepreneur who went rogue • John McAfee, 1945–2021

The People founder who got the Zapruder tape • Richard Stolley, 1928–2021

The idiosyncratic senator who hated war and elitism • Mike Gravel, 1930–2021

Stolen by the sea

Vax anthem • The Week Contest


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 48 Publisher: The Week Publications, Inc. Edition: July 9, 2021 - July 16, 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’s quest for a bipartisan infrastructure bill

Searching for answers after Florida condo collapse

It wasn’t all bad

The border: Do Biden and Harris have a plan?

Good week/bad week

Only in America

Boiling point

Tour de France crash

Mitchell’s daring vulnerability • Joni Mitchell

Puck’s flight from abuse • Wolfgang Puck

The conservationist who fell to Earth • Juliane Diller

In the news

Baseball’s latest cheating scandal

How Barr incriminates himself

Yes, there is racial progress

A cynical attack on the military

Viewpoint

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

Our bias against migrants hurts us all

Greenpeace exposes our defenselessness

Black Sea: Russia and NATO tussle for control

Australia: Will the mouse infestation ever end?

Finally saying ‘no’ to America

Why Arab performers keep quitting

New York: The Democrats’ anti-crime candidate

UFOs: The truth is still out there

Noted

Britney Spears: A life controlled by others

DeSantis: Champion of academic free speech?

Wit & Wisdom

Pick of the week’s cartoons

Apps: Is there more to Tinder than lust?

What’s new in tech • Bytes

Innovation of the week

Covid-19 can cause ‘significant’ brain shrinkage

Did Betelgeuse burp?

Land mine–detecting bacteria

Aging can’t be defeated

Coffee vs. liver disease

The summer reopening

The open road

When two wheels are enough

Into the woods

Five excursions for a summer of revival • Best picks

Ready to go abroad?

The Bears Ears • Traveling on the page…

Republic of Detours: How the New Deal Paid Broke Writers to Rediscover America • Book of the week

Lorna Mott Comes Home • Novel of the week

The Reason for the Darkness of the Night: Edgar Allan Poe and the Forging of American Science

Chosen by Riley Sager • Best books…

In family dramas • Also of interest…

Brandon Taylor • Author of the week

Cézanne Drawing • Exhibit of the week

Planet Her • Doja Cat

Call Me If You Get Lost • Tyler, the Creator

Home Video • Lucy Dacus

Black Widow

Zola

Video games: Chicory and the ache of being an artist

The Week’s guide to what’s worth watching

Streaming tips

Gossip Girl • Show of the week

Oysters from the grill: A briny, smoky summer indulgence

Fast-food showdown: The very best chicken sandwiches

Wine: Argentina’s other red

The 2022 Honda Civic • What the critics say

Campsite cooking • The best of…

Tip of the week… • How to keep a dog safe in a heat wave

Georgian-influenced homes

Facebook: Major antitrust suits dismissed

Airlines: United bets on rebound with 270-plane order

The bottom line

Goliaths: Microsoft’s quiet triumph

How to save $5 billion for retirement

Thanks, but we prefer to stay home

Fico: A credit score past its prime

What the experts say

Charity of the week

The software entrepreneur who went rogue • John McAfee, 1945–2021

The People founder who got the Zapruder tape • Richard Stolley, 1928–2021

The idiosyncratic senator who hated war and elitism • Mike Gravel, 1930–2021

Stolen by the sea

Vax anthem • The Week Contest


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