A New York Times Magazine profile on Sia Furler this weekend revealed that "Diamonds" only took her "14 minutes" to write, she "futzed around on the internet and pumped out 'Titanium' in 40 minutes," and she once wrote a song for Lea Michele after the Glee star "sobbed on her couch"... More »
by Jia Tolentino The New York Times Magazine profiled Sia Furler, the brilliant singer/songwriter who is so press-averse that she wouldn't take a photo for this article and last year appeared on the cover of Billboard with a paper bag...Show More Summary
Click here if you’d like to see how Obama evolved to his current position on same-sex marriage. Alternatively, click here to see a terribly Photoshopped picture of Obama catching a basketball bouquet. [New York Times Magazine] Should...Show More Summary
Kelis goes IN on Nas… Kelis Says She Doesn’t Listen to Nas’ Music In New Interview In a recent interview with the New York Times Magazine, the “Bossy” singer spills the beans on her messy divorce with rapper
In that amazing new John Jeremiah Sullivan New York Times Magazine story about forgotten country blues geniuses, Sullivan discusses one old musicologist’s idea of geographic clusters of influence: “how in one county you would have dozens of fiddle players, but in the very next county, none — there everyone played banjo… this was how culture [...]
Emmis Publishing, parent of Texas Monthly, is suing The New York Times and Jake Silverstein. Silverstein (pictured) was named the editor-in-chief of The New York Times Magazine just two weeks ago. According to the Times, Emmis is claiming...Show More Summary
Over the weekend, The New York Times Magazine saw fit to give space over to some complaining about how pop music coverage focused too much on, well, the popular stuff. The piece was at times incoherent and at other times flat-out wrong,...Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) Carlotta Gall is a New York Times reporter who went to live and report in Afghanistan shortly after 9/11. Her new book is The Wrong Enemy: America in Afghanistan, 2001-2014. The New York Times Magazine published a scintillating excerpt last week focusing on what Pakistan knew about bin Laden. Show More Summary
In a New York Times Magazine piece this week, actor Rob Lowe seemed to reaffirm his libertarianism: My thing is personal freedoms, freedoms for the individual to love whom they want, do with what they want. In fact, I want the government out of almost everything. Show More Summary
Rob Lowe says he's not a narcissist, but claims there's an "unbelievable bias" against good-looking people like himself. In an interview with The New York Times magazine to promote his second memoir, Love Life, Lowe talks about finally scoring meaningful roles his good looks didn't allow him previously. Show More Summary
From Benoit Denizet-Lewis's March 20 cover story about bisexuality in The New York Times Magazine: Though a number of famous women have said they’re bisexual (including Drew Barrymore, Anna Paquin, Megan Fox and Azealia Banks), few big-name men have followed suit. Show More Summary
Barbara Lynch, April Bloomfield, and Sean Brock. There were a lot of things to take away from The New York Times Magazine's dueling profiles of Barbara Lynch (a Boston kitchen vet who spent decades building a focused roster of outstanding restaurants) and Flynn McGarry (a 15 year-old who runs a $160-per-person pop-up out of his parents' house). Show More Summary
By Felix Salmon: I'm halfway through the new Michael Lewis book - the one that has been turned into not only a breathless 60 Minutes segment but also a long excerpt in the New York Times Magazine. Like all Michael Lewis books, it's written with great clarity and fluency: you're not going to have any trouble turning the pages. Show More Summary
New York-based photographer Danielle Levitt has a wide following in the fashion and art worlds, her work has appeared in numerous publications including The New York Times Magazine, GQ and Arena Homme Plus. While producing this commercial… Highsnobiety Q&A | Danielle Levitt Talks Reebok Classic, Subcultures, ‘We Are Experienced’ and More is a post by staff on Highsnobiety.
Related to Flynn McGarry being on the cover, the New York Times magazine enlisted chefs to offer advice "from the pros for a kid just starting out" (including Thomas Keller, Dan Barber, and Alice Waters). Here's Grant Achatz: "Frankly, most...
This article is adapted from the book “Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt,” by Michael Lewis, published by W.?W. Norton & Company. Courtesy of The New York Times Magazine. The full Michael Lewis book can be purchased on Amazon. The Wolf Hunters of Wall Street Before the collapse of the U.S. Show More Summary
The New York Times Magazine's 2014 Food Issue features an excellent profile of chefs Barbara Lynch and Kristen Kish, and as an added bonus, the piece also offers a few choice anecdotes about Lynch's former employer, Todd English. According to...
Last weekend, the New York Times Magazine ran a joint profile of celebrity lady chefs Barbara Lynch and Kristen Kish, deliciously titled “A Woman’s Place Is Running the Kitchen.” It traces the intertwined careers of these two women,Show More Summary
Is this America's greatest culinary talent, growing up right in front of our eyes? The New York Times Magazine made a pretty-much-as-expected splash over the weekend with its story on wunder-chef Flynn McGarry, which took up the cover of its annual food issue. Show More Summary
The cover story of this year’s New York Times Magazine Food and Drink Issue is a profile of Flynn McGarry, a 15-year-old Southern Californian who hosts a supper club in his mom’s house and plans to open his own restaurant by the time he’s 19. Show More Summary