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In a conversation with their ‘Plaza Suite’ director, John Benjamin Hickey, the pair reflect on theater, marriage and gratitude: “I’m not bitter about what I have been given. But people are always wanting me to say how burdened I feel by Carrie Bradshaw, which couldn’t be further from the truth.”

Still Life

The renowned force behind the ‘West Side Story’ revival shares a few cherished objects, from a David Bowie gift to his favored (and perfectly sharpened) pencil

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After last summer’s incident in Sweden, A$AP Rocky is back to doing what he loves most: experimenting with fashion, riding mosh pits and preparing to drop his fourth studio album.

Magazine - Culture

“I didn’t enjoy being such a crabby person. Something was wrong with me.” The “Better Call Saul” star unpacks the moments that made him whole.

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In a modern adaptation of “The Invisible Man,” the actress adds an empowering twist.

Soapbox

The singer-songwriter—and five other cultural luminaries—on feelings of loss: “I’m 71, and when you get older you lose more and more. Your accumulated memory and personal history are a huge compensation, but you have fewer people to share that with.”

Soapbox

“When I played Bobby Riggs in the Battle of the Sexes a thousand years ago, I would also visualize and be very quiet. I pictured getting every ball, hitting every overhead, making him run.”