The renowned force behind the ‘West Side Story’ revival shares a few cherished objects, from a David Bowie gift to his favored (and perfectly sharpened) pencil
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After last summer’s incident in Sweden, A$AP Rocky is back to doing what he loves most: experimenting with fashion, riding mosh pits and preparing to drop his fourth studio album.
The supermodel, dietitian and mother to Elon, Kimbal and Tosca talks about her go-to breakfast, favorite TV shows and how she and her busy family stay in touch.
“I didn’t enjoy being such a crabby person. Something was wrong with me.” The “Better Call Saul” star unpacks the moments that made him whole.
In a modern adaptation of “The Invisible Man,” the actress adds an empowering twist.
The humor writer and advice columnist on infusing his transition memoir with satire, history and deep thoughts
“I mean, my art pieces are like my children…. I’m looking at my walls and it just makes me sad, because I miss seeing all my babies there.”
The singer-songwriter—and five other cultural luminaries—on feelings of loss: “I’m 71, and when you get older you lose more and more. Your accumulated memory and personal history are a huge compensation, but you have fewer people to share that with.”
“He is just a pure, magnetic, strange talented artist in the truest form. I am very attracted to people like that.”
“I was sort of high, but I wasn’t. I was sort of melting to the floor.”
The French filmmaker took over Cannes last year with her drama about two women in love in the 1800s. Now it’s finally coming to America.
The coach of the Navarro College cheer team reveals how she gets her week started and where the ideas for her routines come from.
The actor explains how his father’s military career helped him play Captain Richard Davenport on Broadway
The author of Heft returns with Long Bright River, a thriller about two sisters on opposite sides of Philadelphia’s drug epidemic.
The actor, of FX’s ‘Atlanta’ and Oscar juggernaut ‘Joker’ fame, is soon to be a household name. Why she uses YouTube documentaries and visualization techniques to unwind
“When I played Bobby Riggs in the Battle of the Sexes a thousand years ago, I would also visualize and be very quiet. I pictured getting every ball, hitting every overhead, making him run.”
Call them the young and the restless—these 10 newcomers in film, music and more exemplify the next generation in Hollywood, embracing change while also driving it.
The cookbook author, blogger and star of the Food Network show Girl Meets Farm, currently in its fifth season, shares what’s on her phone.
After a long journey through illness and heartbreak, the former teen star emerges as a full-fledged artist with her first album in four years.
The actress Rose Byrne, starring in a modern adaptation of Medea at Brooklyn’s BAM, shares a few of her favorite things.