The Cubs, America’s richest families, and Dancing‘s darling Bindi

 

In today’s New & Noteworthy stories, read about legacies—personal and political, civic and national, and, of course, baseball!

It’s been a long road for Chicago Cubs fans, but the reward is sweet! The Cubs earned a spot in the playoffs with their first postseason victory since 2003. One fan makes a Wrigley pilgrimage in Sports Illustrated.

Old money, new money, blue-chip money, tech money. This year’s Forbes 400 list offers a 360-degree look at where America’s fortunes fall, and how those fortunes are shared, guarded and perpetuated.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton leads a political dynasty—and carries the hopes and dreams of a generation of feminists who may or may not agree with her politics. It’s…complicated. Read more in Elle.

Times Square is more than the geographical heart of Manhattan, or a destination for some 39 million tourists annually—for generations, it has been a reflection of the tone and tenor of the city around it. A reflection in New York magazine.

Dancing with the Stars’ breakout champ Bindi Irwin—daughter of Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, who died in 2006—dances in her father’s memory. She tells Us Weekly, “He lives in us with everything that we do. For me, I’m trying to carry on my dad’s legacy.”

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Wrigley Healed

Sports Illustrated

The Forbes 400

Forbes

Hillary, C'est Moi

Elle

Times Square in the de Blasio Era

New York

Wonder from Down Under

Us Weekly