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Counting Crows’ Adam Duritz and Journalist Ryan Spaulding on The Outlaw Roadshow

In writing about music on a daily basis, finding music which can be classified as “unique” or “new” has become an obstacle. With syndication of music on websites such as Hype Machine, a favorite of most, it’s much easier to discover new artists or tracks, yet the behind-the-scenes workings and algorithms that help to place these bands [...]

October 24, 2014 0
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5 of the Freakiest Moments from AHS Freakshow, Halloween Pt 1

That one insanely exciting rumor regarding Jessica Lange singing Lana Del Rey came true last night. It happened but most fans had already known it was going to happen thanks to some viral Venezuelan internet link. Completely random! It was, in fact, Lana’s Paradise track Gods and Monsters. Who would’ve known? I should’ve guessed! Um, [...]

October 24, 2014 0
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13 Bonaparte: A Conversation with Owner David Safarti

Photo by by Peppe Tortorta Among the menswear stores in the renowned Marais district, 13 Bonaparte, a menswear clothing store specializing in design featuring garments made in Paris, sets itself apart from others providing different fits, cuts, and beautiful neutral shades. I decided to give David Safarti, 13 Bonaparte’s founder, a call and catch up with [...]

October 24, 2014 0
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Teenagers Run Amuck No More, Gregg Araki Grows Up

“I think mothers and daughters should watch it together holding hands; I think it would be very healing,” Gregg Araki tells me before erupting into laughter as we sit down to discuss his new dreamy suburban drama White Bird in a Blizzard. “However bad their relationship is, it’s better than this one!” For the king of [...]

October 23, 2014 0
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26 Films to See This Weekend: Linklater, Polanski, Carpenter, Hitchcock

Photo via Criterion Collection Sundays may be a “wan, stuff shadow of a robust Saturday” or a day of “forced leisure for folks who have no aptitude for leisure,” but a weekend is still a weekend. The pleasure of a Friday night, the knowing the burdens of work week have a brief respite carry themselves [...]

October 23, 2014 0
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Adria Petty on Music, Family, and Life as an Artist

As the daughter of legendary singer Tom Petty, director Adria Petty knows a thing or two about music. In addition to feature films and television commercials, Adria has directed over two dozen music videos for some of the biggest names in the business, from Beyoncé and Rihanna to Coldplay and Regina Spektor. So in celebration [...]

October 23, 2014 0
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Izak Zenou & Bendel’s Are Back To Bring You Fun, Fashionable Scarves

Izak Zenou, fashion’s favourite illustrator and artist, has a new collection of limited edition scarves in collaboration with Henri Bendel. Though Izak has worked with a variety of fashion and beauty powerhouses (including Celine, Chanel Beauty, and Lancôme) he is probably best known for his scarves, which have become almost a collectible among trend-setters season [...]

October 23, 2014 0
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Listen to the Full Soundtrack for Xavier Dolan’s New Film ‘Mommy’

Something that has always heightened the emotional potency of Xavier Dolan’s films is the way he chooses to pair music with scenes. His soundtracks are always eclectic, mixing modern pop and classical strings with new wave hits and alt-rock classics, to deliver movies whose tonal shifts flow from one song to the next, clearly stemming [...]

October 23, 2014 0
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This Is How You Turn Wild Runway Makeup into a Sexy, Real Life Look

There was a time during NYFW when all we cared about was covering up our dark circles — and then Chromat sent models down the runway lookin’ all fierce with this ultra bright and distracting dot of eyeshadow that really, if we’re getting technical, was almost almost on the side of the nose. A photo posted [...]

October 23, 2014 0
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Ashley Olsen Could Be Your Next Professor of Handbag Design

Do you dream of designing but realize that shoes and bags have all the fun and dresses and pants and shirts are kinda whatever? (JK… kinda). If so, College for Creative Studies (CCS), in Detroit, in partnership with Shinola, also of Detroit, has the program for you. Like, for real, if I were at all artistically inclined, [...]

October 22, 2014 0
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