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Art & Design

Art You Can Wear On Your Arm? For Judith Leiber, It's In The Bag

In her 40 years in the business, Leiber designed 3,500 handbags, some of which were carried by First Ladies and movie stars. Now 96, Leiber says she loves her bags, whether "classic" or "crazy."

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In A President's First 100 Days, The News Is Rarely Good

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Top White House Lawyer Donald McGahn Sits At The Center Of Controversy

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Art You Can Wear On Your Arm? For Judith Leiber, It's In The Bag

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Music Interviews

In A Lost Concert, Jaco Pastorius Sounded The Rhythm Of The City

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In A Lost Concert, Jaco Pastorius Sounded The Rhythm Of The City

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