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The Dorcas gazelle is an antelope species native to Northern Africa. Survival of the herd depends on a mixture of athleticism and adaptability—and yet within the group framework there is a feature not yet understood: In critical situations the herd makes hair-trigger collective decisions, as if communicating telepathically. How tenuous is that link? How is that little understood balance sustained? […]
Marc Maron is like a comedic David Frost. He’s become known for his WTF with Marc Maron podcast interviews, he gleans wisdom and life stories from famous figures in music, film, and comedy—and does it all so effortlessly. Maron rarely pushes, but instead makes a connection with his subjects—emotionally, mentally, momentarily—by offering up private information about himself. Though he has […]
On the eve of Wiley’s latest exhibit, The World Stage: Haiti, on view at Roberts & Tilton through October, the painter talks stick-to-it-ness, supporting his art habit, and bestowing value upon the creative act. Kehinde Wiley: And what further matters more is there’s the educational process of every artist of color in this country—and increasingly in the world—where there’s a […]
And thence spewed “White on White,” the latest single from Brooklyn’s WOLVVES, and all manner of hell in hand baskets, fire and brimstone, death and decay–and that criminal moment you realize that our species is not a power puppeteer, but rather a synaptic slave to any and all giving light–washed away what sidewalk sentiments remain from last night’s block party, […]
A year ago this month, my album Pain is Beauty was released. Since then, my bandmates and I have been touring pretty much nonstop, in different incarnations and situations. We’ve done co-headline tours with Russian Circles, minimal acoustic tours, and full band tours opening for Queens of the Stone Age. Our last stop was a headline tour of Europe, based […]
In 1931, one man saw the sudden end of all of civilization coming through economic collapse due to predatory lending, dangerous speculation, and greed. Montagu Norman was the Governor of the Bank of England, and England was the most powerful nation in the world at the time. He knew the stock market crash in the Americas, on Black Tuesday two […]
Photographer: Kenji Toma for cartelandco.com. Fashion Editor: Joshua Liebman at JoshuaLiebman.com. Models: Peter Stass, Jeff Knapp, Spencer Ebba, and Stewart Zamudio for PartsModels.com. Makeup: Dani Fonseca-Ondrek at TheBodyofArt.com. Photography Assistant: Nao Kimura.
The lovesick kid from Love Actually, the one who plays Liam Neeson’s stepson who learns the drums to impress his classmate crush and who ultimately hops the turnstiles and eases through post-9/11 security at Heathrow to profess his love to said crush, is, of course, all grown up. This is Thomas Brodie-Sangster, and a lot has changed in 11 years. […]
Nancy Lieberman: [The most difficult moment in my sports career was] playing for the L.A. Lakers in 1980 for Pat Riley in the Southern California Summer League. I was outmatched every day in practice and every game. Staying healthy—realizing your body takes a toll with the pounding, icing after practices and games, seeing the trainer, getting sleep and eating right […]
Photographer: Yoshino at YoshinoPhoto.com. Stylist: Juliet Vo at Julietvo.com. Model: Nils Butler for TwoManagement.com, Los Angeles. Hair: Derek Yuen. Makeup: Jeffrey Baum for ateliermanagement.com. Producer: Adam Browne at SixWolves.com. Casting: SixWolves.com. Photography Assistant: Evan Duning.