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  • Postcards From the Edge: the Case for the Family Vacation

    Postcards From the Edge: the Case for the Family Vacation

    For those who can survive the family trip as full-grown adults, unexpected charms ensue
  • A Knead to be Loved

    A Knead to be Loved

    Our Editor-in-Chief gets inspired by the news of inheriting a family "tradition"
  • The Public Figure Factor: Life With High-Profile Parents

    The Public Figure Factor: Life With High-Profile Parents

    What it's like for kids growing up in the shadow—or bright light—of success
  • Lie Back and Think of… Sleeping

    Do You Need a Sleep Therapist?

    More practitioners than ever are now certified to administer insomnia therapy. Find out if a sleep therapist is right for you
  • Growing Up Rich

    The Tricky Business of Raising Wealthy Children

    How to bring up children who have it all—good sense included
  • Daddy Dearest, the Solo Act

    Daddy Dearest, the Solo Act

    More men are starting families on their own now than ever before. Why the rise in single fathers?
  • Age Before Beauty

    Age Before Beauty

    Fashion has a new muse, aged to perfection. Lynn Yaeger celebrates the Class of 2014
  • The Bare Necessities

    The Bare Necessities

    What could be the purpose of all that nudity on the runway? DuJour uncovers the naked truth
  • Ansel Takes Flight

    Ansel Takes Flight

    Ansel Elgort, The Fault in Our Stars' leading man, is so busy he can barely keep his feet on the ground. Here, his photographer father captures his rise
  • On the Sly

    On the Sly

    Sylvester Stallone—just as much an action hero today as he was in his Rocky youth—reveals how he's still fighting for (and winning) America's heart
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