by Tracee Ellis Ross
Singer Shura Gives Us 13 Shades of Blue
The British singer and amateur color specialist shares her thoughts on 13 shades of blue, from cornflower to cerulean to serenity.
Marianne Williamson Shares Her Thoughts on Memes, Goop, and Mar-a-Lago
The best-selling author, self-help oracle, and White House hopeful takes some time away from the campaign trail to meditate on everything from Renata Klein to transcendental meditation
Barbie Ferreira Is Not Worried About The Future, She’s Just Trying to Quit Her Juul
Fresh off the Euphoria season finale, the model-turned-actress-turned-everyone's favorite chatted with us about the lessons she's learned from playing Kat Hernandez and why she's in no rush to figure out her next step.
PJ Morton Likes Pizza Hut, Rick Ross, and Aretha Franklin’s Banking Style
The musical Renaissance man responds to headlines about Bon Iver, the emoji house, and Nicolas Cage's treasure hunt for the Holy Grail.
A Methodological Breakdown of The Summer’s Performance Clogs
The best, bougiest, and boxiest clogs—and where to wear them.
Mariah Carey, Post Malone, and a Mildly Venomous Snake: This Week’s NYC Celeb News Map
Tracking the stars, and other famous-ish things, making news across New York City this week—from Mariah Carey getting stranded at an Upper West Side grocery store to Julianne Moore's LES rooftop-hopping.
Philippa Price Would Go to Outer Space, But She Might Be Sad There
The SavageXFenty Creative Director gives us her two cents on Gully Queens, lightning bugs, and the American Dream.
Jia Tolentino Loves Getting High at Aquariums But Really Hates AirPods
Unpacking basic bros, immortal jellyfish, and the uncanny valley of Sweetgreen with the New Yorker writer and author of 'Trick Mirror: Reflections on Self-Delusion.'
That Time Toni Morrison Thought Her Nobel Prize Win Was a Hoax
The Swedish Academy called Toni Morrison to tell her she had won a Nobel Prize. She wanted proof.
Six New Yorkers And One Tourist React To The Fall Of Dean & DeLuca
Apathetic, outraged, or otherwise, New Yorkers shared their thoughts on the legacy of the luxury market-slash-deli-slash-café chain.
Into: Eri Wakiyama’s Soothing and Sinister Portraits
The artist's debut solo show features snapshots of an alternate, dreamlike reality with life-sized flowers, doe-eyed girls, and cereal bowls full of smiley-faces.
Beastie Boys Ad-Rock and Mike D Look Back On Their Once Misunderstood Classic Paul’s Boutique
Given the pivotal album's 30th anniversary, we spoke with Mike D and Ad-Rock (with a surprise cameo by LL Cool J) and revisited some of the highlights.
How Alvin Baltrop Captured the Intimate Queer History of Manhattan’s West Side Piers
In December of 1973, a section of the West Side Elevated Highway between Little West 12th and Gansevoort Streets, in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, collapsed under the […]
Fletcher On Writing Her Own Story, And Not Writing Drunk Texts
From a very young age the singer, songwriter knew sh dind't fit the "cookie cutter" pop star mold. So she set out to write her own narrative—one that is inclusive, relatable, and non-conforming.