This Art Is The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread

This Art Is The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread

The world of celebrity-food Instagram accounts is as unpredictable as it is delicious. Musicians are dangled atop brioche buns, Meryl Streep becomes a condiment to taste inside a taco, what’s bad for you is good—hello, cupcakes and pizza!—and to be a dead celebrity is to be very much alive …

On Writing, On Wednesday: Passion

On Writing, On Wednesday: Passion

I apologize in advance for what I write here today. You should know this final installment in the “On Writing, On Wednesday” series is the result of my meandering mind, which woke me at 4:34 a.m. with words I needed to jot down in the notes app of my iPhone

10 Street Artists To Follow … To The Ends Of The Earth

10 Street Artists To Follow … To The Ends Of The Earth

No longer is street art performed under the cloak of darkness, spray paint in hand, by talented artists whose work isn’t just revolutionary, it’s downright illegal. These days, cities commission street artists to brighten up buildings and parks with their creations and the result, the official crosswalk of art and public space, is mind-blowingly

J.K. Rowling on Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

J.K. Rowling on Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Is there any limit to the bounds of J.K. Rowling’s imagination? As prolific as she is creative, Rowling conjures up her first big-studio foray into screenwriting with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (in theaters Nov. 18), and if the movie’s latest teaser trailer is any indication, she’s already a script-crafting pro.

Independence Day: Resurgence Invades Theaters Worldwide

Independence Day: Resurgence Invades Theaters Worldwide

“It’s the Fourth of July,” states Independence Day: Resurgence’s Dylan Hiller on uh, the Fourth of July. “Let’s show them some fireworks!” Riiiight. Independence Day: Resurgence (out now in theaters everywhere from 20th Century Fox) stars the young Hiller, grown-up son of now-deceased Col. Steven Hiller, once played with charismatic, characteristic panache

On Writing, On Wednesday: Write for You

On Writing, On Wednesday: Write for You

“When you do something noble and beautiful and nobody noticed, do not be sad. For the sun every morning is a beautiful spectacle and yet most of the audience still sleeps.” – John Lennon The minute you start writing for anyone other than yourself is the minute you lose the

Really Weird Ways to Celebrate Summer

Really Weird Ways to Celebrate Summer

Saturday night in a crowded bar, standing betwixt desiccated beer droppings and sweaty bro-funk, the guy I’d spent 20 minutes talk-shouting to—there’s no other way to converse in a Bon Jovi-blasting pub—grabs my hand, tenderly and with both of his, looks right into my eyes and says, “You’re kind of weird, aren’t you?”

A Comic and An Editor-In-Chief Walk Into a Bar …

A Comic and An Editor-In-Chief Walk Into a Bar …

Ever since I first saw The Devil Wears Prada years ago, I’ve been mildly—fanatically—obsessed with Vogue editor-in-chief and reigning fashion empress of the universe, Anna Wintour. (The movie also motivated me to cut my own unfortunate version of bangs and think “to intern” meant to romp around Paris while wearing ridiculously

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