Culture

ROUNDTABLE

The “Queer As Folk” Cast on Mediocre Straights and Evil Queers

June 24, 2022

The cast gets together for a conversation about the new show, sex with the wrong people, and the confidence of the hetero white male.

Gays Against Guns

ACTIVISM

Gagging for Gays Against Guns

June 23, 2022

Brigid McGinn visited Weekly Senator founder Michael Bullock to discuss activism, gun shows, and the future of political funding.

CULTURE!

On the Streets With Tiger Hood, New York City’s Favorite Golfer

June 23, 2022

It’s a manhole in one!

Chris Pavone Is Reinventing the Revenge Novel

June 22, 2022

The author tells us what’s lurking under the surface of “Two Nights in Lisbon.”

family

Richie Shazam and Paloma Elsesser Have a Post-Tribeca Kiki

June 21, 2022

The girls caught up mid-outfit change at the Tribeca premiere of Shazam’s short film, “Savitree.”

COVER STORY

Anne Hathaway Answers 20 Questions From Her Friends and Fans

June 21, 2022

She’s been thought of as America’s sweetheart, the goody two-shoes, and the Oscar-winning dramatic heavyweight. But who is she, really? Anna Wintour, Jake Gyllenhaal, and more, try to find out.

In Conversation

Jemima Kirke and Alison Oliver on Giving Interviews and Getting Naked

June 17, 2022

The “Conversations with Friends” stars bare it all in an interview about interviews.

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John Waters and Brontez Purnell on Dirt, Scams, and Sensitivity Readers

June 17, 2022

The King of Filth spoke to the divine writer about his debut novel “Liarmouth: A Feel-Bad Romance.”

Daughter

Looks for Days With Iris Law

June 16, 2022

With her acting debut in the punk rock miniseries “Pistol,” the model and Central Saint Martins student joins the family business. But first, some fashion.

Culture!

Investigating the Harry Styles Puke Shrine With Kaitlyn Tiffany

June 14, 2022

The writer’s new book, “Everything I Need I Get From You,” revisits her One Direction fangirl days.

Director

Baz Luhrmann Is Back, and Omer Fedi Is Taking Notes

June 14, 2022

To mark the release of “Elvis,” his extravagant new monument to the King of Rock and Roll, the Aussie director connects with another musical wunderkind for a chat about the creative adventure.

SENTIENCE

Sophia Reveals the Sinister Side of Robotics

June 13, 2022

Directors Crystal Moselle and Jon Kasbe tell us what it’s like to work with a silicone-covered rising star.

Truth

Jerrod Carmichael and A$AP Rocky on Masculinity, Fatherhood, and Fear

June 13, 2022

In the midst of a breakout year, the comedian and filmmaker connected with the hip-hop tastemaker for a long overdue reunion.

CULTURE

The Photographer Theo Wenner Enters the NYPD Homicide Squad’s Inner Sanctum

June 10, 2022

The photographer’s new book documents a year’s worth of ride alongs with the NYPD’s North Brooklyn detective squad.

VOICE NOTES

“Asian! Warm! Fun!” Japanese Breakfast Reviews the Peter Do x Opening Ceremony Party

June 10, 2022

We caught up with the singer for a chat about Asian fashion, eating the rich, and her childhood chess career.

Jordan Castro

Jordan Castro’s The Novelist: Sincerity? Irony? Or Based Autofiction?

June 9, 2022

The alt-lit author spoke to Gideon Jacobs about shitposting, self-promotion, and staying hopeful.

Margaret Cho and Robin Tran Are Cosplaying as Comedians

June 9, 2022

The comedians discuss the on-stage flops and triumphs that sparked their stand up careers.

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Brittany Broski Is the Queen of Cringe

June 7, 2022

We asked the TikTok star about her Google search history, her stalking platform of choice, and her creepiest DMs.

Sloane Crosley on Cult Classic and Confronting Exes

June 6, 2022

The writer’s latest novel is a surrealist joyride through one New Yorker’s failed relationships.

We The Women Is Making Plays for The Digital Age

June 3, 2022

The organization’s founders discuss their six-episode theater project, “Keep This Far Apart,” and the women behind it.