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August 2015

Beach Day

Models Susannah Ligouri and Alecia Morais take the Pre-Fall collections to the edge of the Atlantic.

Still Lifes

Artist Miranda Lichtenstein's photographs distort rather than depict, destabilize rather than situate. Here, she has constructed ethereal tableaus in which opulent fall accessories melt into light and pattern.

DJ Discourse

Known as a DJ, producer, writer, musician, and historian, Jonathan Toubin is a multihypenate in every sense of the word. 

The Maccabees Come Home

The Maccabees fourth studio album, Marks to Prove It, includes more instrumentation than prior releases, oscillating between powerful upbeat rock tracks and delicate piano-led ballads.

The Track
Of The Week

Exclusive Track Premiere: 'Blue Moth,' Zachary Cale

Punditrys Primetime Premiere

For many years, a framed photo of Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley sat above the bathtub at Vidal's home in Ravello, Italy. It was not, to say the least, a marker of friendship.

Wallace Tours Again

In The End of the Tour, director James Pondsoldt goes beyond the myth of the troubled literary genius and shows David Foster Wallace as a human and a friend.

The Bosses

At first glance, writing partners John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein might seem like an odd couple.

Casting Call: Travels of Lady Hester Sta

Lady Hester Stanhope was a fascinating figure.

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Naazir & Shaakir MUHAMMaD

They've been called the Billy Elliots of Brooklyn. But when identical-twin brothers Shaakir and Naazir Muhammad sit down on a couch in a photo studio in the West Village, they still possess the mix of millennial-teen self-assuredness and nervous phone-tapping energy you'd expect of any 17-year-olds.

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New Again: Janeane Garofalo

Wet Hot American Summer is finally getting the reboot it deserves.

Weekend News Roundup!

Happy Monday! Here's our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend.

Fabiano CARUANA

The young American player has taken over the chess world, and now he has his sights on the crown.

Ethan Greenbaum

For his first solo show at East Hampton's Halsey McKay Gallery, Ethan Greenbaum juxtaposes a new series of 3-D powder prints and larger-scale vacuum form paintings. 

Armchair Traveler: Facial Recognition

The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you'd want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next.   

Finding a Seat at the Table

Upon walking into Richard Taittinger Gallery on the Lower East Side, more than 50 two-dimensional works, by 12 artists who have African lineages, greet visitors in an exhibition titled "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?" 

Stars Across Time

Hoping to bring newfound attention to Pollepel Island just north of New York City, Melissa McGill devised and executed the public artwork Constellation, consisting of 17 solar-powered LED lights on 40- to 80-foot tall poles.

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Robert Pattinson

A former child model-he posed professionally from ages 12 to 15 ("when I stopped looking like a girl")-Pattinson has been dubbed "the next Jude Law" in the British press. "I don't really see the similarity," he says. One opportunity to break out comes via next year's Little Ashes, a Spanish drama in which Pattinson stars as the young Salvador Dalí.

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