Is it time to indict Jann Wenner?
Shane Gillis does a victory lap on Beautiful Dogs.
The new gods exist in the music. It's always the music that makes the biggest impact on getting up and going.
A cancel culture I can get behind.
Jamie Reid on art and rebellion and his great uncle George.
A 2020 Center for Digital Culture and Society interview with oceanographer Dr. Vanessa Pirotta vs. a 2023 UnHerd interview with technologist-philosopher Jaron Lanier.
They’re trapped in a world they never wanted.
Despite claiming "radical inclusion," it costs thousands to attend.
The late Paul Reubens turned anti-art into market success—for a time.
Most are less likely to know that he’d also served as the head of Chloé and at the time of his death he was also the creative director of Fendi.
Some reflections on King Charles III’s coronation.
Religious songs are only okay when sung by a crazed hillbilly on a used cassette found in a junk store.
Chris Rock’s Selective Outrage mostly falls flat.
The race is on. Artists take note.
Here’s to a real one.
The comedian talks about getting into an argument with Lucille Ball on an airplane on this episode from February 14, 2008.
Promoting Georgia Rule on May 10, 2007.
The actor talks about Jerry Maguire in December 1996, just as he was beginning to work with Stanley Kubrick on Eyes Wide Shut.
From Arrested Development to Superbad to This is the End and more.
The former President talks about his divorce, Mike Tyson, and Ross Perot in this May 21, 1992 interview.
Promoting the ABC miniseries based on her book Out on a Limb.
A Lift-Me-Up. What year is it (#422)?
The late actor talks about Brokeback Mountain in this December 7, 2005 interview.
The actress talks about her career in this February 1994 interview.