Studies of contemporary entertainment and exchanges with its creators
Multihyphenate Lin-Manuel Miranda on his family's home country, singing in Senegal, the value of recharging, and looking to history.
Words by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Illustration by Lisa Lok
Two stars from Alejandro González Iñárritu’s latest film reflect on life in and out of their beloved Mexico.
words by Juan Velasquez, Photography by Santiago Sierra Soler
Travel as a tool for cultivating compassion, the power of conscious breathing, and a medium-agnostic approach to making art.
Words by Jenn Tardif, photography by Flora Hanitijo
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A light conversation with David Lynch on Transcendental Meditation, the unified field, and what happens after we die.
words by Jesse Pearson, video by Stebs Schinnerer
Celebrity chef Carla Hall on food, freedom, and always keeping an open mind.
words by t. cole rachel, photography by yael malka
Actor Michael J. Fox on personal rituals, restaurants, and ridiculous travel purchases.
Words by Michael J. Fox, Illustration by Victoria Rosselli
The actor, director, and producer on cinema’s most enduring romances.
words by nina renata aron
A conversation with Lin-Manuel Miranda on theater, creativity, and the endless regenerative powers of New York City.
words by T. Cole Rachel, photography by Mark Hartman
Writer Carvell Wallace on the radical goodness of Mister Rogers.
words by carvell wallace, illustration by nigel van wieck
Legendary German actress Barbara Sukowa on her newest chapter.
Words by Christopher Bollen, Photography by Skye Parrott
A child of immigrants considers her heritage as Korean culture claims the limelight.
Words by sophie mancini, illustration by Hisham Akira Bharoocha
Two creators — writer and filmmaker Miranda July and writer Carvell Wallace — provide very particular views on life in Los Angeles.
Words by Carvell Wallace, Films by Miranda July
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