Johnathan Rice in Seventeen Syllables
Before the sparse crooner released his first new album in six years, he rose to Instagram stardom by way of writing haikus.
Jon Rose: Guerrilla Humanitarian
The former pro surfer talks Waves 4 Water, the humanitarian aid organization he founded after an interrupted surfing trip to Indonesia.
Philippe Cousteau Jr. and Michael Muller Are Making Waves
The grandson of Jacques Cousteau and the world’s foremost shark photographer chat.
Pod People: How “The Last Podcast on the Left” Explores the Dark Side
The cult podcast covering true crime, conspiracy theories, and all things spooky looks ahead to a new book and more live shows.
With “Dolphine,” Mega Bog Uses the Surreal to Reflect On Death
In contemplating multiple recent losses in her life, Erin Birgy tightens her grip on the bizarre.
Swoon: Steadfast and Self-Sustaining
The Brooklyn-based artist details the intersection of personal and global sustainability in her work.
Alex Honnold: The Rock Whisperer
He’s the only person to have scaled Yosemite monster-wall El Capitan without ropes, a feat detailed in the Oscar-winning doc “Free Solo.”
MGMT’s Andrew VanWyngarden Wants You to Know He’s a Really Bad Boy
The MGMT frontman joined forces with Connan Mockasin to help soundtrack a surf film by Mexican Summer.
Jessica Koslow: Blade Runner
How figure skating trained the Sqirl chef/owner to win.
Cey Adams: Blue Ribbon Treatment
Pabst Blue Ribbon commissioned the muralist to create limited edition beer packaging. Today—the inaugural National Mural Day—marks the pair’s next collaboration.
Gaby Dunn Is Here to Help Millennials with Money
The writer-comedian’s book, “Bad with Money: The Imperfect Art of Getting Your Financial Sh*t Together,” is out now.
In Nick Broomfield’s “Marianne & Leonard,” Cohen’s Muse Finally Gets Her Day in the Sun
The documentarian speaks about his deep-dive into the famous couple’s fraught romantic history.
Emma Allen Is Expanding The New Yorker’s Comic Universe
This new head honcho of humor is diversifying the formats and faces featured in the revered magazine.
Dylan Balliett Wants to Introduce You to His Dylan-Guys
The illustrator and comic book artist walks us through his vision of a world that’s both musical and anti-Seussical.
The Line and Sight of Dawoud Bey
A conversation on Polaroids, trust, and the humanity of all people with the groundbreaking photographer.
In Conversation: Neil Hamburger Is Giving the Vocal Performance of His Life
Gregg Turkington on the intersection of punk rock and easy listening and bringing absurdist sincerity to the masses.
Wallace Richard Mills’ Memos of Repetition
Tequila, art, and what it all means, man.
Spirits, Dead Kids, and Things That Go Bump in Edward Gorey’s Night
On the artist’s elegant-goth style, his wide-ranging influence, and his non-existent love life.