“I’m Just Floored”: Hoa Xuande, in Conversation With Robert Downey Jr.


Antpuke Was Run Out of New York. Now She’s Back to Make Amends.

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Sami Landri Gives Us a Virtual Tour of Floptropica

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Théodore Pellerin Is Coming to a Theater Near You. And He’s Wearing Stilettos.

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“I Just Got a Baby Cow”: On the Road With the Indie Rockers of Dehd

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Michelle Buteau on Andy Cohen, Eric Adams, and The Four Seasons Orlando

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To Amen Dunes and Patti Harrison, Comedians and Musicians Are Kindred Spirits

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“Bare Feet, Scratchy Grass”: Our Interns Review the New Loro Piana Wicker Bags

May 29, 2024

For our first-ever Loro Piana handbag review, our interns declare that the new leather and wicker bags are giving picnic-core.


According to Anna Dorn, There’s a Place for Twinks in Lesbian Fiction

May 29, 2024

Just before the release of her latest novel, “Perfume & Pain,” the Los Angeles-based writer spoke to us about restoring camp to lesbian fiction.


“I Needed to Write About Addiction”: Garth Risk Hallberg, in Conversation With Tommy Orange

May 28, 2024

Before heading out on his book tour, the two authors got together to delve into their new novels, addiction narratives, and their experiences, so far, of fatherhood.


In Her One-Woman Show, Laura Benanti Bids Farewell to Her Inner-Ingénue

May 24, 2024

Backstage at the Minetta Lane Theater, the Tony winner talked to us about returning to the stage with “Nobody Cares,” an exorcism for the people-pleaser within.


“I Had an iPod on My Pussy”: An Eight-Minute Cig With Artist Jacolby Satterwhite

May 24, 2024

In this week’s installment of Smoke Break, we smoked American Spirits with the 3-D artist and provocateur outside of The Kitchen’s Spring 2024 Gala.


“I Couldn’t Have Written This 20 Years Ago”: Claire Messud, In Conversation With Joshua Cohen

May 23, 2024

Earlier this month, the author talked to the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist about her new novel “This Strange Eventful History,” a sprawling, multi-generational epic.


DIIV Frontman Cole Smith on Streaming Monopolies and the Shoegaze Renaissance

May 23, 2024

“The analogy is really about the temperature being turned up,” the DIIV frontman says of the band’s new album. “We’re trending towards collapse or dystopia.”


Ashleah Gonzales Made Kendall Jenner a Literary It-Girl. Now, She’s a Published Poet.

May 22, 2024

Kendall Jenner’s modeling agent started a tradition of gifting her client a new book every year. This week, she released her debut poetry collection, “Fake Piñata.”


“Classy Vampire Chic”: Lyas Reviews the New Cronenberg Film at Cannes

May 21, 2024

TikTok’s favorite fashion correspondent called us from Cannes, where Saint Laurent Productions premiered three feature films by David Cronenberg, Jacques Audiard, and Paolo Sorrentino.


“Psychedelic Cowboy Daydream”: Celine Homme Winter 24 Goes West

May 21, 2024

“Well, that’s rock n’ roll.”


Steven T. Hanley of @DeeperMovies Plays Fuck, Marry, Kill With the Challengers Trio

May 21, 2024

In this week’s Search History, the host of the beloved podcast “Deeper Into Movies” breaks down the Cannes Film Festival and Paul Schrader’s unhinged digital footprint.


Shannon & the Clams Made a Playlist You’ll Want to Send to Your Lover

May 21, 2024

For this week’s SOUND ADVICE, the Oakland-based garage punk band sent us into astral depths to celebrate their new album, “The Moon is in the Wrong Place.”

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“Split ‘Em and Dive In”: Meet the Kit Kats Who Brought Cabaret Back to Broadway

May 21, 2024

The immersive new Broadway production of “Cabaret” puts the Kit Kats front and center. As the Tony’s approach, we wanted to get to know them a bit more intimately.


“I Want to Be on Top”: Empress Of, in Conversation With Melissa Barrera

May 20, 2024

The polymath artist got together with the slasher star to talk about her new album, “For Your Consideration,” and learning from the strength of their Latino mothers.


“What Does It Mean to Have Survived?”: Lyle Ashton Harris, in Conversation With Ryan McGinley

May 20, 2024

Before opening his sprawling mid-career retrospective at Queens Museum, the 59-year-old artist talked art, activism, and acupuncture with his friend Ryan McGinley.



The Chefs at Bōm Give Us a Lesson in Fine Dining Korean-Style

May 20, 2024

Brian Kim, the award-winning brains behind Oiji Mi and now Bōm, shares the secret to drying, fermenting, and cooking wagyu, Korean-style.


Meet The Bad Manners, the Downtown Club Kids Turned Post-Punk Trio

May 20, 2024

Before they dropped their debut single “NO PAIN,” we spent the day with Jazzelle Zanaughtti, John Muller, and Jean Carlos Pina, the downtown scenesters who joined forces to make a band.


“Twinks Are Persisting”: A Ten-Minute Cig With Club Rash Boss Jen Sillen

May 16, 2024

For this week’s edition of Smoke Break, we lit one up with the nightclub don diva who recently revived Bushwick hotspot Rash after an arson attack left the club in ruins.


Bruce LaBruce on Gen Z, GHB, and Double Penetration

May 16, 2024

In this week’s Rorschach Test, the artist and pornographer sounds off on Pride Month, steam rooms, campus protests, and his “deep sexual fetish for rough trade.”


For Jane Schoenbrun And Richard Kelly, Making Movies Is a Religious Experience

May 16, 2024

The director of the coming-of-age film “I Saw The TV Glow” talks to their idol Richard Kelly about suburban youth and making movies in an era of “Marvel hegemony.”