The Rise of Open Streets
Marilyn photographed by Phil Stern at the Photoplay Awards, February 9th, 1953.
I used to have a dress just like this.
I came into it knowing what I had to offer – all I had was the will and the love for music. I couldn’t read music or write it. No connections, no car, no money, no bankroll, no clothes – no nothing. … I ever came into this industry with an ego. I knew I had to earn that car, I knew I had to earn those shoes.
Barry White on music and making love in another rare interview animated by Blank on Blank, who gave us David Foster Wallace on ambition, Janis Joplin on creativity and rejection, Ray Charles on singing true, Maurice Sendak on being a kid, Grace Kelly on JFK, and Kurt Cobain on identity.
Jerry Seinfeld did an AMA (Ask Me Anything) at Reddit yesterday. His answers are real, and they’re spectacular.
Q: Where did the idea of, in Seinfeld, your character being a comedian for a profession, but be the straight man for your friends, come from? I always thought that juxtapositioning…
LightBox presents photographs documenting the rural gay experience at Faerieland, a colorful, communal sanctuary from a hostile world and a safe space to explore the complex relationships between spirituality, identity and sexuality.
The Grand Canyon is aptly named. In fact, Grand does not describe it adequately.
Grand it is.