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10 Stunning Writing Studios

We know writers have some weird habits and that a sense of place is often one of the most important aspects of a story. Considering these qualities, it seems natural that writers usually yearn for their own private sanctuaries. 672 more words

Design

The 45 Greatest Concert Movies of All Time

Forty-five years ago today, the Woodstock Music & Art Fair got underway at Yasgur’s Farm in upstate New York, kicking off a weekend of music and memories for 400,000 attendees and four-and-a-half decades of wistful Boomer nostalgia. 4,479 more words

Film

Striking, Strange Portraits of California Trailer Park Residents

Photographer David Waldorf once captured a rare portrait of David Lynch in his private sanctuary, the “think room.” There’s certainly something Lynchian about his photos of trailer park residents in Sonoma, California. 180 more words

Photography

Fear and Self-Loathing: PHOX on the Reality of Being a Buzz Band in 2014

Monica Martin is in Cleveland… she thinks. The singer for PHOX — the Wisconsin folk-pop sextet whose charming debut has garnered recent coverage in The New York Times… 1,437 more words

Music

Spoon: The Most Consistent, Least Gimmicky Band in Indie Rock

Dressed like one of Gatsby’s socialites, an actress paid to flirt with me asked what I was cleansing this particular evening. “My soul” seemed an obvious answer. 874 more words

Music

Beyond 'Just Kids': A Pocket Guide to Patti Smith's Non-Fiction

New York Times readers this morning might have noted with interest the byline on the paper’s review of Haruki Murakami’s new book — the piece was written by none other than Patti Smith. 1,158 more words

Music

David Byrne Explains the Secret "Psycho Killer" Subtext of 'Stop Making Sense' at Lincoln Center

David Byrne was pretty bummed to be out of town a couple weeks ago when Katy Perry brought her emoji-laden live spectacle to New York arenas. 643 more words

Music