A 2019 BookForum interview with poet Ariana Reines vs. a 2021 Studio International interview with painter Jadé Fadojutimi.
A little suspension of disbelief goes a long way with Poker Face.
A 2019 The Comics Journal interview with novelist/comic book author J. M. DeMatteis vs. a 2020 Ben Sisto interview with musician/curator Taja Cheek.
Bring the noise.
A 2006 Dusted Magazine interview with musician Barbara Morgenstern vs. a 2021 Harper’s Bazaar interview with menswear designer Jerry Lorenzo.
Defender of the underdog.
"3:00 is Judge Judy time. That's sacred."
A 2011 Rolling Stone interview with pop star Elton John vs. 2023 BOMB Magazine interview with author LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs.
The silent style of Mad Men.
Dahl’s violated but Barney returns!
A 2018 The Pluto Babe interview with photographer and former model Veruschka Normandeau vs. a 2018 Harvard Business Review interview with doctor and self-help personality Deepak Chopra.
A 1992 Film Score Monthly interview with animated cartoon scorer Hoyt Curtin vs. a 2022 The Indy interview with retired cartoonist Doug Allen.
Chris Rock’s Selective Outrage mostly falls flat.
The race is on. Artists take note.
Here’s to a real one.
Taking a look at the Philadelphia New Year’s Day tradition.
United Press International reported in June of 1987 that certain sectors of Ireland’s population were “irked” by the fact that Irish Spring was imported to Ireland.
An interview with YouTube fitness star Connor Murphy.
Winding down with Elizabeth Whispers.
He said, she said, over and over again.
It’s fair to suggest that worn blue jeans are a claim to the experience which comes with the passage of time.
Road trips in New England. What year is it (#277)?
The French actress talks about Singapore and why shooting a James Bond movie is so boring.
The legendary actor promoting his novel Wake of the Perdido Star, which he co-wrote with Daniel Lenihan.
Back when traveling was fun, even if you schlepped your own bags. What year is it (#270)?
The legendary filmmaker gives a pre-Cribs look into his Baltimore apartment.
The late English actor talks with Jim Whaley about being James Bond and The Spy Who Loved Me.
Vincent Kane sits down in a pub with Burton in his hometown of Pontrhydyfen.
Two years before becoming James Bond, Moore appeared on this iteration of the famous game show.
The late comedian talks to Cavett about his career.