The latest issue of Dylan Forsberg’s independent magazine Transmission features twenty-one new faces cast in collaboration with Barbara Pfister.
Irishman Conor O’Brien’s latest album is an intimate exploration of personal history and a far cry from the traditional national sound.
The début leather handbag collection from the inventive jeweler offers a range of designs and colors inspired by the Industrial Revolution and a midcentury spirit.
After initially starting drama class to overcome her shyness, the rising actress has worked nonstop since the age of fifteen, and now finds herself on the brink of her big break.
A new Lower East Side basement bar offers a chance for a quick trip south of the border with tequila cocktails, agave spirits, and colorful fare from the team behind Indochine, Acme, and the Happiest Hour.
It wasn’t so long ago that we spoke to Gillian Jacobs—then a rising star, before her breakout role on cult hit “Community.” We spoke about porn names, inspiration, and her bright future.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright returns with a new work that turns away from her signature hypernaturalism in a rich, remarkable new direction.
The searing, tragic, groundbreaking opera finally comes to the United States with a run at this year’s Mostly Mozart Festival in New York.
Summer may be coming to an end soon, but there’s still time to check out one of New York’s most breathtaking new rooftop bars.
When we first met Lykke Li, there was something captivating and inevitable about the young Swedish singer and composer. In this interview, she opens up about the nature of creativity and finding happiness.