Novelist Lillian Fishman Shapes a Kinky Love Triangle
April 27, 2022
In her debut novel “Acts of Service,” the author demonstrates a desire to push boundaries.
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Louisa Jacobson’s Got Tips for New New Yorkers
February 18, 2022
Jeremy O. Harris checks in with the star of HBO’s ostentatious new costume drama, “The Gilded Age.”
The Sick Burn of Sean Thor Conroe
December 20, 2021
The writer would test out passages from his debut novel “Fuccboi” by reading them to coworkers to see “if it was hitting for them.”
Teezo Touchdown’s Guide to Getting the Mid Off the Streets
October 26, 2021
Want to “rid the mid” from your life? Let Teezo be your guide.
Muscles, Parfum, and Lipstick: Objects of Desire from Carolina Herrera
September 17, 2021
Muscles, lipstick, and eau de parfum.
Sergio Zambon and Mordechai Rubinstein Find Inspiration Underground
September 10, 2021
To mark the release of the new 2 Moncler 1952 Fall/Winter ’21 collection, the designer tells us where he finds his best ideas.
Daphne Rubin-Vega Talks to MJ Rodriguez About Her “Wild-Ass Ride”
September 7, 2021
The actors discuss “Rent,” creating a legacy for younger generations, and the power of their ancestors.
Bernadette Peters and Lin-Manuel Miranda on the Privilege of Creativity
September 6, 2021
The Tony winners discuss Broadway, enduring moments of doubt, and the biggest difference between television and theater.
Tonya Pinkins and Karen Olivo Are Envisioning New Worlds
September 3, 2021
The Tony winners on the importance of controlling the narrative, the evolution of Broadway, and why creativity is just like sex.
Audra McDonald and Leslie Odom Jr. Have a Reunion for the Ages
September 2, 2021
The Tony Award winners discuss Broadway, championing for diversity behind the scenes, and how the past year has ushered in a new era.
The Ballad of Regina and Sal, Starring Sebastian Chacon and Riley Keough
September 2, 2021
In an original screenplay by Jeremy O. Harris, this is the story of two lovers from opposite sides of town, and a boy with fiery eyes and dreams no one could steal.
Patti LuPone Is Anxious and Emotional About Broadway’s Return
September 1, 2021
The stage and screen legend talks to her “Company” director Marianne Elliott about returning to the theater, her wild days at Julliard, and why “actor” is a dirty word.
Meet James Emmerman’s Children of The Dance Floor
August 20, 2021
“Everything in New York is a celebration.”
Cruising Around in Celine with the Sk8r Carlisle Aikens
July 21, 2021
We spent the day getting to know the model and skater, who was decked out in head-to-toe Celine for the occasion.
Moneybagg Yo Tells DJ Khaled Why This Is Just the Beginning
July 2, 2021
With the sucess of his latest album “A Gangsta’s Pain,” the Memphis-born rapper is ready to enter CEO mode.
Christopher Meloni on Glutes, Shipping, and Zaddies
June 9, 2021
The “Law & Order: Organized Crime” star responds to the fascination with a certain body part of his, along with 16 other topics chosen sort of, but not really, at random.
For Chloe East, Generation Marks a Career Turning Point
March 10, 2021
This weekend, the actor makes the leap to more adult fare, as an unruly high schooler in the Lena Dunham-produced HBO Max drama.
J.B. Smoove Reviews 11 Pairs of Sunglasses Like Only He Can
March 8, 2021
The “Curb Your Enthusiasm” star unleashes his brand of ruckus on some designer shades.
Reno Gold Is Putting His OnlyFans Stardom to Good Use
March 3, 2021
Depending on who asks, the 25-year-old is either an adult content creator or a “private contractor for a broadcasting company.” Either way, he’s making it count.
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Sarah Ramos Journeys Through Her Lifelong Obsession With Celebrity
March 1, 2021
Olsen twins, a Jonas, and a Chalamet cardboard cutout. The writer and actor breaks down her tangled relationship with fame.