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Dropping Names J SX, the nation's highest rated regional air carrier — and arguably the best-looking — began Texas service between Houston and Dallas Friday, November 20, landing in private terminals at Dallas Love Field and Houston's William P. Hobby Airport. In an industry first, JSX is flying Embraer 145 jets with 30 single-seat configurations and 35 inches of leg room, with seats on the left side of the aircraft having an T he Dallas Contemporary has dropped dc_drop_01, a seasonal ecommerce site offering artist limited-edition collaborations and art prints. The inaugural edition for the holidays, launched late November, includes works from Richard Phillips, Francesco Clemente, Yoshitomo Nara, and Charles Smith II. From New York artists Richard Phillips and Francesco Clemente are limited- edition ceramic plates fabricated by Guadalajara's Cerámica Suro, 10 x 10 inches, in editions of 300 ($700). There are three new prints from Japanese pop artist Yoshitomo Nara, who gained a global following for his sweet but sinister portraits of young girls with piercing gazes — and who will have a solo exhibition when the Dallas Contemporary reopens to the public on January 30, 2021 (through August 22). Included in the drop are Nara's latest prints, each offered in an open edition of 1,000: Real One, 15 x 17 inches ($150); Banging on the Drum, 27 x 17 inches ($250); and Marching on the Butterbur Leaf, 24 x 18 inches ($200). A bandanna blanket comes from Dallas fashion designer Charles Smith II, who recently designed costumes for a Solange Knowles project. Watch for more drops seasonally and in advance of exhibition openings, all benefitting the Dallas Contemporary. dallascontemporary. org. Caitlin Clark ultra-luxe leather-covered cocktail and work table. JSX (which stands for "joyful, simple experience") calls it hop-on jet service. Arrive just 20 minutes before your flight and board — no security lines or crowded gates — and bag retrieval is within minutes of landing. Remember those days? They're back. Exceeding TSA requirements, JSX has thermal body- temperature and weapon screening. So close to flying private. Wheels up! Book at J ulia Roberts is obsessed with it. Sarah Jessica Parker plays. Cartier, Hermès, and Louis Vuitton have designed game sets. It's mahjong, a not-new obsession that began in the Qing dynasty in China and is gaining traction in America during at-home pandemic downtime. After falling in love with the game of mahjong with its addictive 144 clicking Fly the FrieNdly skies AgAin CliCk. CliCk. CliCk tiles, Kate LaGere searched for her own unique set. When she came up empty, she partnered with two entrepreneurial friends, Annie O'Grady and Bianca Watson, and made her own … and formed a company, The Mahjong Line, which offers a respectful redesign of the centuries-old game, beloved by generations of women for its strategic complexity, clicking tiles, and communal nature. "It's attracting really cool, fun people with a ton of style," LaGere says. With three thematic styles (Minimal, Cheeky, and Botanical) in anime colorations, The Mahjong Line offers limited-release sets with common expressions and themes such as flowers, seasons, and bams — each tile a little work of art. "Part of the fun is having a set that's cool and reflective of you," says LeGere. "So, our colorways are always limited release, and then we retire them forever." Chow! Pong! Kong! The Mahjong Line tile sets $325 to $425, at Caitlin Clark Yoshitomo Nara's Real One print, 2020, $150 The new JSX hop-on Embraer 145 jet The Mahjong Line kelly- green release, $325 24

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