If you're missing the grimy embrace of your favorite neighborhood bar, the Ross brothers' latest film drinks to you.
Or maybe it's the other way around.
From the A24 prop auction to Christie's Andy Warhol collection, we rounded up the New York-iest ways to give back to the city.
A collection of portraits spanning whole friendships and lifetimes brings us into Hockney's inner circle.
Elah Hale is a big talent in a totally average height body—and other facts you need to know about the 20-year-old Interscope-signed singer-songwriter.
The walls at MoMA might not talk, but these photos sure do.
The real Dolly Parton challenge has nothing to do with your LinkedIn profile picture.
Best Coast's lead singer and self-described "big witch" on the benefits of moving forward and the hazards of listening to Stevie Nicks in public.
Farber cast Ruth Negga as the pouting prince in a Brooklyn "Hamlet" that asks more questions than it answers.
In honor of their new album "Swimmer," the royal couple of shag rug bedroom pop nixes a road trip playlist and gives us songs to sail to.
The Brooklyn band shares some setlists for every occasion, from the studio to the shower.
by Interview and Jadie Stillwell
She was a teenage banshee.
The director of the often-read but rarely-seen production turns the inner world of eight women on its head and invites her audience to explore what lives underneath.
The German electro-folk-pop duo talks great driving albums, good recording studios, and very, very bad karaoke.
The queen of arrests, direct action, and activism was also once the queen of the at-home workout video. Somehow those things are not unrelated.
In which the soul-singer passes on an album to his son, recalls church choir, and makes it clear that karaoke is a family affair.
We traversed the city to hear from the people on the front lines of public humiliation about Keanu Reeves, "Euphoria," and one brazen cop-banana.
The unhealthy-health writer of old has never tried Glossier's famously "clean" beauty line, but she did once use coal as make-up in Istanbul.
50 years after he shot his friends naked under a lamp in a tiny apartment, the photographer Lloyd Ziff brings the portraits out from under the bed.