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PANEL

Directors Micaela Durand and Daniel Chew Want You to Torrent Their Films

by Chris Kraus

LIT

In Author Laura van den Berg’s Latest Novel, Things Are Getting Weird in Florida

by Michael Colbert

IN CONVERSATION

Artists Casey MQ and Eartheater on Melody, Memory, and Making Room for Magic

by Eartheater

ICON

Artist Penny Slinger Left the Male Gaze in the 70s

by Cat Woods

ICON

Dennis Cooper Has a New Book Out. Just Don’t Expect Him to Do Any Readings.

by Lucy K. Shaw

ANDY

“Warhol Wanted to Be a Girl”: Klaus Biesenbach, in Conversation With Wayne Koestenbaum

by Wayne Koestenbaum

OPENING

Sophia Giovannitti on Critics, Complicity, and Cowboy Theory

July 10, 2024

The artist and author calls up Visitor Design to talk about data, love, violence, and her brand new solo show at Blade Study gallery in Chinatown.

MATCH POINT

Harry Nuriev Dreams Up A Silver Ping Pong Parlor For India Mahdavi

July 9, 2024

At the Project Room, the Paris Gallery space run by India Mahdavi, Russian architect and designer Harry Nuriev is inviting visitors to blend art and sport.

OFF THE WALL

We Hit The Streets Of Tokyo, London and The Lower East Side This Summer With Vans

July 9, 2024

Iconic skaters Beatrice Domond, Helena Long and Rio Morishige along with their crews show us how they remix Vans’ classic styles to keep things fresh this Summer.

SHARE LOCATION

“I Come Here to Do Cryo”: Nyjah Huston’s Guide to West Hollywood

July 8, 2024

Before hitting the Paris Olympics as the face of U.S.A. Skateboarding, the California native shows us what’s good in West Hollywood.

THE BEAR

Abby Elliott and Jamie Lee Curtis on What Makes The Bear One of One

July 8, 2024

TV mother and daughter reunite to discuss growing up with famous parents and the unorthodox way they pulled off their harrowing episode on the FX hit’s third season.

COLLECTOR

Meet Angela Hill, the Photographer Behind the World’s Coolest Bookshop

July 8, 2024

The fashion photographer and co-founder of IDEA Books talked to us about Ibiza, “Paris Texas,” starting her own publishing arm, and her lifelong love of collecting.

PERFORMANCE

At 77 Years Old, Pat Oleszko Finally Gets Her Own Gallery Show

July 5, 2024

The 77-year old performance artist tells us about her time spent as “Pat The Hippie Strippy,” and that one time she was arrested for imitating the Pope at the Vatican.

DIRECTOR

Niclas Larsson and Ruben Östlund on Ambition, Awards, and American Life

July 5, 2024

The “Mother Couch” director got on the phone with fellow Swede Ruben Östlund to talk about his debut feature, surviving the festival grind, and the allure of success in America.

DIRECTOR

“I’m Going to Lose My Fucking Mind”: Pamela Adlon, in Conversation With Lena Dunham

July 5, 2024

After the release of her directorial film debut, “Babes,” the Peabody Award-winning auteur talked to Lena Dunham about moviemaking, motherhood, and menopause.

SOUND ADVICE

DJ Bloodcore Makes Us a Playlist for a New New York

July 4, 2024

For this week’s Sound Advice, DJ and fashion girl Gregory Miller, aka DJ Bloodcore, makes us an Independence Day playlist.

LIT

Debut Author Oisín McKenna on Goblin Parties and Gay Communes

July 3, 2024

The Irish writer joins Paul Johnathan to talk partying in London, teenage hookups, and his debut novel “Evenings and Weekends.”

SEARCH HISTORY

Comedian Hannah Berner Knows How to Fix Zendaya’s Serve

July 3, 2024

In this week’s Search History, the former “Summer House” star slides in our DMs to talk tennis, TikTok, and the good kind of heckling.

BIG BOY

Getting Deep With Girthmasterr, the Biggest Star on OnlyFans

July 3, 2024

A revealing conversation with the ultimate everyman of porn. 

NASA

Emma Roberts and Jen Statsky on Aliens, Influencers, and Self-Doubt

July 3, 2024

Before lifting off for her new movie “Space Cadet,” the star sat down with “Hacks” writer Jen Statsky to talk about the hellish diets of astronauts, the implications of alien life, and why she’s perusing Reddit.

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LIT

Writer Simon Wu on Political Art, Rave Culture, and “Asian American-Core”

July 2, 2024

Before the release of his new book “Dancing On My Own,” the critic and curator joins us to talk about avoiding clichés, the realities of identity and branding, and the tension between commercial success and cultural integrity.

LIT

In Her Debut Novel, Hannah Regel Tackles the “Great Horror of Life”

July 2, 2024

To mark the release of “The Last Sane Woman,” the British writer talks about the expectations that come with being a female artist, London as a setting, pottery as metaphor, and the difficulty in understanding how others perceive us.

IN CONVERSATION

Cleopatra Coleman and Debi Mazar on Scorpions, Sexuality, and Quitting Instagram

July 2, 2024

The “Clipped” star gets on the line with her newish friend to discuss humanizing a real person, their European meet-cute, and why she finally left social media.

VOICE NOTES

“Thank You, Madonna”: Inside LadyLand Festival This Pride Weekend

July 1, 2024

“I had no idea what the word virgin meant. Madonna taught me what the word virgin meant.”

ICON

“Wow, This Is a Crazy Gig”: Kevin Bacon by Kenny Loggins

July 1, 2024

Fresh off a fake camping trip, the “MaXXXine” star returns to civilization to cut loose with the soundtrack king.

SOUND ADVICE

Jeremy Pope Doesn’t Trust Anyone Who Doesn’t Like Beyoncé

July 1, 2024

The actor and singer curated a a playlist that includes some of his long-time influences, and gets into the simple pleasures of Shirley Temples, Dreamgirls, and “borrowed” hotel robes.

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