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Getting Detained by ICE—on Purpose

“The Infiltrators,” a new quasi-documentary film, reënacts the risky mission of two undocumented activists who got themselves detained by ICE in order to infiltrate a facility. But as the film was being screened at festivals, one of its subjects was suddenly re-detained by ICE officials; it’s an act that he believes is reprisal for his involvement with the film. Plus: Rachel Syme on the emergence of fashion in Silicon Valley, where tech moguls have learned that appearances matter; and a top female chef in Los Angeles stakes out a kitchen of her own.


“The Infiltrators” Versus ICE

A new quasi-documentary film reënacts a risky mission of two undocumented activists: infiltrating an ICE facility by getting themselves detained.


Rachel Syme on the Hot Fashion Trends in Silicon Valley

A fashion correspondent on the new aesthetic of the tech world, where jeans and hoodies once sufficed.


The Chef Niki Nakayama Does It Her Way

The chef at one of Los Angeles’s best restaurants on how to build a woman-friendly kitchen.

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