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The Week Magazine

Apr 02 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

Atlanta spa shootings anger Asian-Americans

It wasn’t all bad

Boulder killings bring renewed calls for national gun limits

CDC eases Covid school rules as vaccinations accelerate

Covid-19: Will vaccine ‘hoarding’ backfire on the U.S.?

Good week/bad week

Only in America

Recall effort

‘Kill the bill’

Lovato’s comeback from an overdose • Demi Lovato

Hall’s fateful Farrakhan interview • Arsenio Hall

A beekeeper’s viral buzz • Erika Thompson

In the news

Is nuclear fusion the answer?

Biden’s border dilemma

Should a teen’s tweets ruin her life?

Once again, Trump took Russia’s help

Viewpoint

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

Learn to love those ugly wind farms

Misogyny is a just a click away

Vaccinations: Britain triumphs as EU flounders

How they see us: Russia and China find a common foe

Don’t boot the queen just yet

Our fast-rising population is no cause for worry

Asian-Americans: A year of escalating harassment and fear

Noted

Florida: Has DeSantis been vindicated?

Vaccine hesitancy: How to address the fears

Wit & Wisdom

Pick of the week’s cartoons

Telecom: An auction windfall for the U.S. Treasury

What’s new in tech • Bytes

Innovation of the week

Covid vaccine trials for children

Black hole on the move

Covid shots help long-haulers?

Origins of a deadly fungus

Growing mice in a mechanical womb

Fulfillment: Winning and Losing in One-Click America • Book of the week

What’s Mine and Yours • Novel of the week

Mr. Humble and Dr. Butcher

Chosen by Katherine Heiny • Best books…

In what comes afterward • Also of interest…

Diane von Furstenberg • Author of the week

Chemtrails Over the Country Club • Lana Del Rey

Still Woman Enough • Loretta Lynn

Justice • Justin Bieber

Exhibit of the week

The reopening: Why it feels like spring again for the arts

The Courier

The Week’s guide to what’s worth watching

Streaming tips

Concrete Cowboy • Show of the week

Crab linguine: Crustaceans without the mess—or injuries

Spirits: Irish whiskey reborn

Ghost franchises: The spooky rise of a new food economy

Kitchen gardens: How to start the season right

Distancing season: Making the most of it

Homes in Chicago

Intel: Spending $20 billion on new U.S. plants

Shipping: Suez Canal blocked by cargo vessel

The bottom line

Taxes: As a hike looms, take advantage of 2021 breaks

What the experts say

Charity of the week

SPACs: Once an obscure acronym, now a market mania

What happens when you can Google a face?

Covid pushes older workers out the door

The maestro whose triumph gave way to scandal • James Levine, 1943–2021

The model who became an iconic jewelry designer • Elsa Peretti, 1940–2021

The marathoner who ran with his disabled son • Dick Hoyt, 1940–2021

The lightning-strike fellowship

Get dad bod • The Week contest


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 40 Publisher: The Week Publications, Inc. Edition: Apr 02 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

Atlanta spa shootings anger Asian-Americans

It wasn’t all bad

Boulder killings bring renewed calls for national gun limits

CDC eases Covid school rules as vaccinations accelerate

Covid-19: Will vaccine ‘hoarding’ backfire on the U.S.?

Good week/bad week

Only in America

Recall effort

‘Kill the bill’

Lovato’s comeback from an overdose • Demi Lovato

Hall’s fateful Farrakhan interview • Arsenio Hall

A beekeeper’s viral buzz • Erika Thompson

In the news

Is nuclear fusion the answer?

Biden’s border dilemma

Should a teen’s tweets ruin her life?

Once again, Trump took Russia’s help

Viewpoint

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

Learn to love those ugly wind farms

Misogyny is a just a click away

Vaccinations: Britain triumphs as EU flounders

How they see us: Russia and China find a common foe

Don’t boot the queen just yet

Our fast-rising population is no cause for worry

Asian-Americans: A year of escalating harassment and fear

Noted

Florida: Has DeSantis been vindicated?

Vaccine hesitancy: How to address the fears

Wit & Wisdom

Pick of the week’s cartoons

Telecom: An auction windfall for the U.S. Treasury

What’s new in tech • Bytes

Innovation of the week

Covid vaccine trials for children

Black hole on the move

Covid shots help long-haulers?

Origins of a deadly fungus

Growing mice in a mechanical womb

Fulfillment: Winning and Losing in One-Click America • Book of the week

What’s Mine and Yours • Novel of the week

Mr. Humble and Dr. Butcher

Chosen by Katherine Heiny • Best books…

In what comes afterward • Also of interest…

Diane von Furstenberg • Author of the week

Chemtrails Over the Country Club • Lana Del Rey

Still Woman Enough • Loretta Lynn

Justice • Justin Bieber

Exhibit of the week

The reopening: Why it feels like spring again for the arts

The Courier

The Week’s guide to what’s worth watching

Streaming tips

Concrete Cowboy • Show of the week

Crab linguine: Crustaceans without the mess—or injuries

Spirits: Irish whiskey reborn

Ghost franchises: The spooky rise of a new food economy

Kitchen gardens: How to start the season right

Distancing season: Making the most of it

Homes in Chicago

Intel: Spending $20 billion on new U.S. plants

Shipping: Suez Canal blocked by cargo vessel

The bottom line

Taxes: As a hike looms, take advantage of 2021 breaks

What the experts say

Charity of the week

SPACs: Once an obscure acronym, now a market mania

What happens when you can Google a face?

Covid pushes older workers out the door

The maestro whose triumph gave way to scandal • James Levine, 1943–2021

The model who became an iconic jewelry designer • Elsa Peretti, 1940–2021

The marathoner who ran with his disabled son • Dick Hoyt, 1940–2021

The lightning-strike fellowship

Get dad bod • The Week contest


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