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The most engaging public intellectual of our time—the professor emeritus of soul and funkadelic existentialist of American letters—is teaching us to live with the blues.
Inserted into the program of The River, Jez Butterworth's new Broadway play, is a poem by W.B. Yeats, "The Song of the Wandering Aengus."
Taryn Manning, the singer-songwriter, fashion designer, former karate champion, and actress, is now 36 with bleached-blonde hair.
Earlier this autumn, Rizzoli published The Art of Discovery, the debut monograph from photographer Jeff Vespa.
If Italy has a cinematic godmother, that role belongs to the tough, incisive, charming attorney, activist, muse, confidante, secret-keeper, and movie-star protector Giovanna Cau. At 91, she's telling it like it was.
Here's our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend.
Watch Cillian Murphy in Netflix's interwar drama Peaky Blinders and you'll find yourself thinking that, despite his already impressive career, the Irish actor is still somehow cruelly underrated, and only getting better.
Anjelica Huston's second memoir, Watch Me, continues where her 2013 debut left off.
Frida Kahlo's first solo show in more than 25 years is set to happen next year at the New York Botanical Garden. http://t.co/ZgtE78mTnv