T. Cole Rachel


“Just Fucking Do What You Want”: Leo Fitzpatrick on His Inaugural Gallery Show

December 8, 2020

The spirit of downtown New York is alive and well in the artist’s scrappy new gallery on St. Mark’s.


The Provocative, Uninhibited, and Naked Bodies of Spyros Rennt

October 28, 2020

We’re here, we’re queer. Maybe someone is fucking on the bed.

Show & Tell

The Vibrant and Introspective Quilts of Rosie Lee Tompkins

September 16, 2020

How the late master quilter challenged the traditional notions of what a textile could be.

How Joseph Cassara’s new book expands on the world of Paris is Burning

February 28, 2018

The debut novelist brings back to life New York’s vogueing ball scene, and all the glitz, glamour, and grit that came with it.

Performance artist Moor Mother isn’t afraid of confrontation

December 19, 2017

The Philly-based poet, artist, musician, and Afrofuturist is getting louder by the minute.

Callum Turner

October 6, 2015

When first speaking with Callum Turner in person, it’s hard not to be hypnotized.

Lupita Nyong’o

November 5, 2013

Watching Lupita Nyong’o’s performance in Steve McQueen’s wrenching, new historical drama 12 Years a Slave, it’s hard to imagine that any actor could wish for a more auspicious—or harrowing—debut.

Ansel Elgort

February 13, 2013

Ansel Elgort can’t wait to grow up.

Amanda Blank

July 14, 2009

Amanda Blank is contending for the title of breakout female pop rapper of 2009. Only her message isn’t about the mean streets. It’s all about love.


July 7, 2009

Crocodiles may sound like a pair of goth badasses ready to pick fights on California beaches, but they are really just a couple of guys trying to make as much noise as possible.

The Splat Pack

November 21, 2008

Freddy? Jason? Leatherface? All are dated monsters or passé slashers. A fresh crop of zombies, demon seeds, demented doctors, and satanic cheerleaders is on the loose—which also means a new batch of nubile innocents ready to scream, bleed, lose limbs, get eaten alive, and, well, die. But it’s only a movie. Here are some creeps and casualties who could turn out to be tomorrow’s marquee stars.