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WWW Bulletin

Elon Musk, Azealia Banks, and Billions of Cicadas—Who Said NY Is Dead?

May 11, 2021

A wild week on the World Wide Web.

life lessons

Life Lessons from Joni Mitchell

May 11, 2021

“You need a good omen when you’re trespassing on someone’s property.”

rough draft

How Psychic Vampires and Silence of the Lambs Inspired Caroline Kepnes’s You Series

May 11, 2021

Before curling up with “You Love Me,” the author’s latest installment of the Netflix-adapted series, read how she got it done.

IN CONVERSATION

Maya Hawke Tells Margaret Qualley Why She’s Not Your Manic Pixie Dream Girl

May 10, 2021

Qualley and Hawke, who stars in Gia Coppola’s new social media satire “Mainstream,” discuss working with women, gender fluidity, and learning to take up space.

q&a

Diego Boneta on Becoming Luis Miguel

May 7, 2021

As the second season of “Luis Miguel” unfolds on Netflix, Diego Boneta shares how he got to know the iconic singer—and his bond with Tom Cruise.

thirstory

Thanks to Ricky Martin, We’re Still Livin’ La Vida Loca

May 6, 2021

Revisiting our too-hot-to-handle 1999 cover story with the Latin music superstar.

the digital age

Victoria Paris Wants to Big Brother Her Life

May 5, 2021

Meet the TikToker who’s ready to take over the platform.

in conversation

Aidy Bryant and Carrie Brownstein on Why It’s Cool to Be Angry

May 5, 2021

Ahead of season three of “Shrill,” the show’s co-creator and “SNL” star” speaks with her fellow comedian about self-worth, emotional freedom, and playing Ted Cruz.

IN CONVERSATION

Joe Castle Baker Is “the Mr. Bean of Bushwick,” According to John Early

May 4, 2021

The comedians discuss TikTok, performative social justice, and crying like Natalie Portman.

IN CONVERSATION

Artist Katie Stout and Designer Adam Selman on the Compulsion to Create Gross Things

May 4, 2021

The artist and designer discuss food, death, and embracing one’s naughty side.

rough draft

Sunny Hostin’s New Beach Read Was Inspired by James Baldwin, Toni Morrison, and Sonia Sotomayor

May 4, 2021

The “Summer on the Bluffs” author and co-host of “The View” takes us beyond the blank page and into her process.

rhony

Eboni K. Williams Is Self-Made For This Moment

May 4, 2021

The first Black cast member of “The Real Housewives of New York” on what it takes to break the mold.

in conversation

Bebe Rexha and Alicia Keys Reflect on Success, Songwriting, and Self-Sabotage

May 3, 2021

“As you grow up, you make better mistakes, but you’re still making mistakes.”

q&a

Coming Home to Juan Wauters

May 3, 2021

The singer’s latest album, “Real Life Situations,” finds him searching for togetherness at a time of profound isolation.

NICE TO MEET YOU

The R&B Duo NULA’s Music is a Sign of the Times

May 3, 2021

Nadiah and Luke discuss their timely new single “Tone Deaf,” and what it means to be homegrown.

add to queue

Julia Stone Is Listening to Leonard Cohen, Rosalía, and Alanis Morissette

April 30, 2021

The Australian musician and alum of Angus & Julia Stone on the musicians who shaped her.

Kalen Allen

Rorschach Test

Kalen Allen Sounds Off on Birth Charts, Blockbuster, and Beyoncé

April 30, 2021

“Well sweetheart, look, when you do clownery, the clown comes back to bite.”

In Conversation

Jonny Sun and Lin-Manuel Miranda on Text Friendships, Connection, and the Perfect Metaphor of Eggs

April 30, 2021

The writer and illustrator met the “Hamilton” star on Twitter. Then they became friends in real life. Now, their friendship exists somewhere in between.

in conversation

Girl in Red and Finneas on the Brutal Honesty of Making Music

April 30, 2021

The Norwegian musician touches base with her collaborator to discuss her new album, vulnerability, and why she wants to be a rock star.

we love love

Grey’s Anatomy’s Jake Borelli Shares His Favorite Rom-Coms

April 29, 2021

“Young Channing Tatum—I mean, come on.”