Trouble has a new name

Peaky Blinders’s Jack Rowan can even make a sociopathic killer seem likeable

The British actor has already nailed the role of heartless teenage murderer. Next up? Romany gypsy Bonnie Gold in the new season of the crime drama.

Morbid melodies

What would John Carpenter want played at his funeral?

As the sonic embodiment of horror, the legendary composer reveals the five songs he’d play to send him beyond the veil.

Sound advice

The Guys We Fucked podcasters answer your burning sex questions

Corinne Fisher and Krystyna Hutchinson dissect relationship and bedroom quandaries from our readers.

The scream queen

Happy Death Day is the Groundhog Day of horror films

Actress Jessica Rothe dies by blade, bullet and bong—only to come back to life again in order to hunt down her killer.

Rebel with a cause

The Walking Dead’s Lauren Cohan is set on survival

The actress has managed to navigate her way through a whopping 100 episodes of the hit AMC show.

Explore fashion from the 2000s as you’ve never seen it before

A new exhibit takes stock of the wild and wonderful style of the Noughties.

Consumption: Joanne Froggatt

This fall, in partnership with J.Crew, we've selected a few incredible women and asked them to name ten things that make their lives just a little bit brighter—a little bit more fun.

She’s all that

Bright, bold sweaters graduate head of the class.

The secret history of New York’s craziest social experiment

The story of how my friends and I threw a party in a Manhattan bunker once used for a dot-com millionaire's project called We Live In Public.

Carolee Schneemann’s art is not made for your comfort

Finally, a celebration of the daredevil multimedia artist and her arch-political, sometimes gravity-defying creations—the same work that for decades went largely ignored.

How a porn star became the poster boy for fashion’s most exciting comeback

Brody Blomqvist has worked his ass off in porn to make ends meet, and after his turn on the Helmut Lang catwalk, he’s hoping to funnel this newfound attention towards his creative pursuits.

Consumption: Kelsey Asbille

This fall, in partnership with J.Crew, we've selected a few incredible women and asked them to name ten things that make their lives just a little bit brighter—a little bit more fun.

Q&Andy

Ride or die

This past July, professional and amateur motocross racers converged to compete against one another at the Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, New York. What follows is a portrait of the motorheads and their madness.

Consumption: Melanie Dunea

This fall, in partnership with J.Crew, we've selected a few incredible women and asked them to name ten things that make their lives just a little bit brighter—a little bit more fun.

Has Fever Ray returned?

The YouTube channel for Karin Dreijer Andersson's solo project features a new teaser video.

Alfredo Jaar: All art is socially conscious

Though the Chilean artist creates work based on the rollercoaster of world politics, he spurns the label of “political artist.“

New York City’s Club 57 will have its moment in the spotlight

The rambunctious east village art collective that blew minds and eardrums in the late 1970s and early ’80s is finally getting the recognition—and retrospective—it deserves.

Martin McDonagh talks magic mushrooms with Amy Schumer

The London-born director and playwright’s latest masterpiece—Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri—is one of this year’s bloodiest films. Despite the dark subject matter, he still has time for a laugh with Amy Schumer.

Consumption: Huma Qureshi

This fall, in partnership with J.Crew, we've selected a few incredible women and asked them to name ten things that make their lives just a little bit brighter—a little bit more fun.

Revisited

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