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M Train, Patti Smith's first literary release since 2010's beloved Just Kids, comes out this week and this year marks the 40th anniversary of her seminal album Horses. Here we revist the second time the artist was ever featured in Interview.
When firefighters rushed towards large plumes of dense black smoke filling the Vellejo, Northern California sky on a warm October afternoon in 2005, they initially thought a 747 Airliner had crashed.
Tomorrow, Lady Parts Justice will host their second annual "V to Shining V" celebration, a day designed to encourage Americans to "party to plot, scheme, and change the laws disintegrating our reproductive access."
In Lucifer, Fox's 2016 dramedy based on the graphic novels by Neil Gaiman, the Devil is more mischievous than cruel.
One of America's most talented essayists is putting her knack for comedy, fine jewelry, and the ins and outs of young hearts to the test with her ferocious first novel.
In honor of her father's recently opened exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, here we revisit Paoloma Picasso's cover story in our September 1980 issue.
Now in her mid-60s, Eileen Myles has published 20-something books. This week, the writer and poet is bringing out two more via Ecco Press.
Here's our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend.
Chace Crawford is ready to re-enter the world of television.
Bronze works to see around the world http://t.co/ELIPD3RxeQ #armchairtraveler