“The project is super, super personal; I’ve never said these things to people publicly. This is me giving my heart to everyone — my eight ounces.”
We Speak to Sophia Takal, Director if the New Film Always Shine
“If you just let yourself exist and don’t try to be anything other than who you are,” explains Sophia Takal, “that’s when you can find peace and that’s when you can connect with the world.”
Kids in Paris Also Skate
Larry Clark and Dior Homme Collaborate on a New Video to Launch a pre-Spring Capsule Sneaker Collection
Mending a Broken Heart: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Muzak
I’m talking about that kind of music: the music that haunts; the music that creeps in, without warning, and welcomes an unwelcome memory.
When Did Time Become Money?
As Americans, we strive to be better than what can defeat us, we strive to overcome what can knock us down. Losing has never been an option.
Why Seeing Race is a Good Thing
I may not know current politics, I may not know economics, facts or figures, but I do know literature, and it is from literature that I draw my ideas on race and racism.
Happy Birthday, Virginia Woolf!
I wanted to be the number one scholar on Mrs. Dalloway; I wanted to get my PhD in Virginia Woolf.
WWTDG: Birte Klug
Meet Birte Klug. She spends nearly 6 out of 7 days a week (yes, she sometimes works on Saturdays!) teaching, tutoring and nurturing the creative minds of students ages 6-18.
Happy Birthday, Gwyneth Paltrow!
I’ve said it once, I’ll say it again: Gwyneth Paltrow is my spirit animal.
WWTDG: Ninive Calegari
A note to all current and future school teachers: Ninive Calegari has your back.