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Since the 1960s, the national conversation on firearms in both political and academic circles has revolved around one main question: Do guns increase crime or reduce it? Are guns tools of escalation or deterrence?
The job of these lawless spies is unknown. Their motive, however, is to raise awareness.
Population control is taboo. But it wasn't always that way—and a new book, showing images ranging from a mall on Black Friday to a shepherd in Mongolia, could open up the conversation. In the world of solutions to environmental problems, one topic rarely gets any discussion: Birth control. Show More Summary
Samantha Ames of the National Center for Lesbian Rights is determined to wipe 'ex-gay' and 'ex-trans' programs from the planet. read more
Converse, which built a brand strategy around music patronage, has booked 10 famous studios in eight countries and is giving emerging acts the chance to record in them for free.
Perhaps more famous than Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way,” Outkast’s “Ms. Jackson” or Bob Marley’s “No Woman, No Cry” are the studios in which they were birthed: London’s Abbey Road; Atlanta’s Stankonia; and Kingston, Jamaica’s Tuff Gong. Ask any musician and they'll likely tell you they'd kill for...
With the announcement of a groundbreaking global expansion, Converse Rubber Tracks is giving select artists of all genres the rare opportunity to work with world-renowned producers and sound engineers, unlocking a curated set of iconic studios that have hosted some of the most successful acts in music history. For two weeks, [...]
For i-D’s 35th birthday, we invited a much-loved friend and long-standing contributor of the magazine, Alasdair McLellan, to shoot every picture in the issue. Here he talks to his friend Jo-Ann Furniss about what’s behind the pages.
Mundane, sometimes-embarrassing conversations recorded with hidden device to make a point.
(Steven Hayward) We’ve been following the story of the apparently fraudulent article in Science about whether people will change their mind about gay marriage after a short conversation with a real live gay person (I guess watching Will...Show More Summary
When he’s not busy drumming in Superchunk, The Mountain Goats, and Bob Mould’s band, Jon Wurster is half of Scharpling & Wurster, the comedy duo whose conversations were recently collected in the insanely mega box set Scharpling & Wurster: The Best Of The Best Show. Show More Summary
A Conversation with Buffy Sainte-Marie Mike Ragogna: Buffy, your new album Power In The Blood starts off with the remake of your classic "It's My Way." By kicking off the album with this track, were you making a statement about yourShow More Summary
I'm having a conversation with the Office Czar."No, I didn't check.""No. I just said I didn't check.""Because I was off duty.""Well, I work 60 miles away from where I live.""No.""No."" Seriously?" "Fine."I hang up. Ink raises his eyebrows. Show More Summary
Screencaps and images by the author Last week, new media artists Sara Ludy and Emilie Gervais gave life to and animated #IRL, a web-based performance presented during London art fair, ART15. Curated by the London-based Valentina Fois,...Show More Summary
American Psycho/Less Than Zero author Bret Easton Ellis hosts a podcast—he's previously recorded conversations with Kanye West, Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig, the National's Matt Berninger, and others. Today, he's shared a new one with Ariel Pink. Show More Summary
The senator speaks at “An Economic Agenda for America: A Conversation with Bernie Sanders” event in D.C. in February this year.. We're all used to Sen. Bernie Sanders telling the truth whether people—including top-level Democrats—like it or not. He's done it again. Show More Summary
Several weeks ago, I led a conversation at my son's school about healthy eating. Parents, teachers, and administrators participated. After I made a case for better nutrition, one father voiced concern about becoming a "Food Nazi." Should...Show More Summary
Dame Helen Mirren. I interviewed Helen Mirren for Venice Magazine in 2005. Like most of the male population, she had given me palpitations of the heart and brain since childhood, my own introduction to her unique brand of elegant, brainy sexiness occurring with John Boorman's Excalibur, in 1981. Show More Summary