Above: A Wolf range surrounded by Shaker cabinets (painted in Benjamin Moore Amherst Gray) in an LA kitchen designed by Martha Mulholland—see LA Story: Mix and Match Garden for a Spanish Colonial. Photography by Laure Joliet.
Flower and Dean Street (marked) was destroyed in the Blitz. But in 1888 it lay between Commercial Street to the west and Brick Lane to the east, north of Whitechapel Road. This map also reveals the locations of each victim's murder and the Ten Bells pub, believed to be where Jack the Ripper used to frequent
Heavyweight punches couldn’t take down the Jim Crow world Muhammad Ali grew up in. The city of his youth — and a few years later, my own — was segregated, stratified and straitjacketed by race. David Remnick offers a reminder that it wasn’t just white Ame