• A Nature-Inspired Drawing Meditation Event — With a Dance Twist See article published on NYTimes.com On Saturday night in Prospect Heights, the artist Elaine Su-Hui hosted “In the Seed We Have the Universe,” the first figure drawing event at Inner Fields, a new shoebox-sized art space she designed to give people a place to connect with nature. Most of the 10 who came had no […]
  • Leather, Lace and Boots Mix at Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Weddings View the original article published on NYTimes.com When motorcyclists gather, they come to party, as they do each year for the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in the Black Hills of South Dakota. But amid the weeklong revelry, every now and then a wedding breaks out. And when one does, the couples tend to give a biker […]
  • A Day With the Iranian Man Selling Smoke in a Bottle View the original article published on Munchies.VICE.com Cooking doesn’t get more elemental than fire, and Behroush Sharifi has bottled it. Behroush is one of the most obsessive and devoted specialty-ingredient dealers in New York City. Bizarre in his devotion to untapped sources of ingredients, he is a man who inspires chefs with his impressive knowledge of the […]
  • The Artist Using Bird Feathers to Change the Way You Think About Race in America View the original article published on InterviewMagazine.com When we called artist Hugh Hayden, he was hosting his weekly feast at a temporary three-bedroom farmhouse in Scotland, where the Brooklyn-based sculpture and performance artist is in residency this summer. We were interrupted four times so he could open the door for artists overwhelmed by the smell […]
  • A Nature-Inspired Drawing Event — With a Dance Twist On Saturday night in Prospect Heights, the artist Elaine Su-Hui hosted “In the Seed We Have the Universe,” the first figure drawing event at Inner Fields, a new shoebox-sized art space she designed to give people a place to connect with nature. Most of the 10 who came had no formal drawing training, but they […]
  • Rebel With a Cause: Isabelle Fuhrman on Playing a Back-Talking Symbol of the 1960s View the original article published on InterviewMagazine.com As Tessa, Virginia Johnson’s razor sharp 15-year-old daughter on Showtime’s Masters of Sex, Isabelle Fuhrman scorches. The truth-bomb dropper disrupts one of the most sophisticated stories on television. Drinking, smoking, and spitting fire, she nails the back talk that strikes both Bill Masters (Michael Sheen) and Johnson (Lizzy […]
  • Evan Rachel Wood on Into the Forest and Revolutionary Roles for Women Evan Rachel Wood is taking on one of her most powerful roles to date. She’s playing Eva in Into the Forest (out July 29), an intimate apocalyptic drama based on Jean Hegland’s feminist novel of the same name. Stuck in a house with no power, two teen sisters Eva and Nell (Ellen Page) cling to […]
  • You Probably Won’t See Rogue One’s Biggest Change to Star Wars See article published on TIME.com The day people hear Michael Giacchino’s Rogue One score, the Star Wars universe will expand. John Williams has scored every installment since 1977—until now. When the self-described “nerd composer” accepted the gig to replace Alexandre Desplat, who left due to reshoot-related scheduling issues, Giacchino found himself with four and a […]
  • TV’s Young Pope Is Scandalous, But the Real Youngest Pope Has the ‘Worst Reputation’ Link to published article in TIME Hollywood’s latest take on the Vatican, The Young Pope, imagines a power-drunk man in one of the world’s most intriguing seats. Jude Law, 44, plays a totally fictional, totally devious cardinal who gets elected as Pius XIII in the new Paolo Sorrentino series premiering Sunday on HBO. The show […]