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Remeeting a Girl Named Maria

If you liked West Side Story before, you’ll love it now.

6 mins read
New York magazine
December 20, 2021 - January 02, 2022

I Couldn't Help But Wonder …

Was this really the best they could do?

4 mins read
New York magazine
December 20, 2021 - January 02, 2022

686 minutes with …“Gloria”

Tripping till 10 a.m. with a psychonaut therapist at the after-parties for New York’s psychedelics conference.

6 mins read
New York magazine
December 20, 2021 - January 02, 2022

A Labor Enforcer Readies Her Arsenal

The NLRB’s Jennifer Abruzzo wants more injunctions against employers who violate the law

5 mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
December 20, 2021

Big Tech's New Vision

The bridge of your nose is precious real estate for purveyors of smart glasses

5 mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
December 20, 2021

Bob Dylan

“Subterranean Homesick Blues” Director: D.A. Pennebaker

3 mins read
Music Video Time Machine
Issue #1

‘The Internet's On Fire' As Techs Race To Fix Software Flaw

A critical vulnerability in a widely used software tool — one quickly exploited in the online game Minecraft — is rapidly emerging as a major threat to organizations around the world.

3 mins read
AppleMagazine
December 17, 2021

John Landis: Still a Thriller

Waiting on the worldwide release of Thriller 3D, Landis takes us back to the best – and then bonkers – of the King of Pop, as well as his Beatle moments and his love of B.B. King.

10+ mins read
Music Video Time Machine
Issue #1

Because Our Underworld Is World Class

Samuel Fuller (1912–1997) became a newspaper copy boy when he was just 12. By the time he was 17, he was working the murder beat for the New York Evening Graphic, a tabloid so lurid it was known as the New York Pornographic. Fuller knew a good lede when he saw one.

5 mins read
New York magazine
December 6-19, 2021

Stephen Sondheim – A Giant in the Sky

The measureless, omnipresent influence of Stephen Sondheim.

10 mins read
New York magazine
December 6-19, 2021

12 Steps to Peak Your Physique in 2022!

Why do we make such a big deal out of a new year? These are after all abstract constructs that we humans came up with to delineate our lives into blocks of time: seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months and years. It’s what a new year represents that’s so important. It’s a chance at a fresh start, a chance to make changes for the better. As bodybuilders, time is always of the essence. It takes time to build muscle and to lose fat, and that’s assuming all methods and conditions are optimal. If they aren’t, you’re usually wasting time when you could be improving. I don’t want you to waste 2022, which is why I’ve come up with 12 steps you can start taking today so that the physique you have at the end of 2022 is superior to the one you started it with. Read on!

10+ mins read
Muscular Development
January 2022

European Activists Fight for Right to Repair Electronics

At a table scattered with tools and wires, volunteer repairers sit across from the owners of an assortment of inoperable electronics. The volunteers at a free “repair cafe” in Copenhagen disassemble and diagnose gadgets while the customers watch, each doing their part for the environment - one broken blender, radio or laptop at a time.

4 mins read
Techlife News
11, December 2021

Hilda Palafox – The Open Vessel

Hilda Palafox is known for glorious, colorful murals and confident, comfortable paintings of women, but an appreciation of her ceramics gives extra insight into an artist who exquisitely portrays the fragile and the sturdy.

10+ mins read
JUXTAPOZ
Winter 2022

The Mothership – Sublime Afrofuturism at OMCA

“Afrofuturism is sort of like a filter that can be applied to any aspect of life. It is a theory of knowledge. It often collapses the past, present, and future into a singular experience or recontextualizes a historical moment. [...]"

8 mins read
JUXTAPOZ
Winter 2022

The Flight The Flight Attendant: The Travels of Molly Choma

“I started at Virgin Airlines. I was on airport standby a lot and wasn’t getting called to work much, so I asked my supervisor if I could walk around the airport and take pictures.”

7 mins read
JUXTAPOZ
Winter 2022

Daniel Richter

Digging for the Truth

9 mins read
JUXTAPOZ
Winter 2022

Dedicated Expansion

Ken Harman is Still Building

8 mins read
JUXTAPOZ
Winter 2022

Covid Pills Face a Truth Problem

Merck’s new medicine is set to enter a landscape where misinformation is widespread

6 mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
December 13, 2021

Group: Pandemic Tech Tools Raise Risk Of Everyday Tracking

Tech tools like digital contact tracing apps and artificial intelligence that European governments rolled out to combat COVID-19 failed to play a key role in solving the pandemic and now threaten to make such monitoring widely accepted, a new report shows.

3 mins read
Techlife News
11, December 2021

The U.S. Is Falling Behind on Women's Rights

With the Supreme Court poised to restrict access to abortion, the nation takes another step backward

5 mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
December 13, 2021

A Global Urge to Lie Flat

Burned-out millennials and Gen Zers are quitting their jobs by the millions

10+ mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
December 13, 2021

Addicted to Work

In Out of Office, two remote-work evangelists uncover the cause of all your stress: Your job

3 mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
December 13, 2021

The Green Knight

The Green Knight, director David Lowery's film adaptation of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, an anonymous 14th century poem, is a fantastical, visually intoxicating take on Arthurian legend.

3 mins read
Sound & Vision
December 2021 - January 2022

5 Must-Have Features on New Cars

One of the perks of buying a new vehicle is that it offers features that promise a safer and more convenient driving experience.

4 mins read
AppleMagazine
December 10, 2021

2021 Gift Guide

Ideas for the tech lovers in your life

7 mins read
AppleMagazine
December 10, 2021

Creative Live! Mic M3

A respectable option for home recording

2 mins read
Mac Life
January 2022

What Makes a Person Attractive?

Dr Ichak Adizes shares his experience on what we find attractive in other people, and the importance of humor in relationships.

3 mins read
Heartfulness eMagazine
December 2021

Meet Your Future Banker

In 2021, Brian Armstrong proved the digital economy doesn’t need the U.S. Dollar. Here’s why that’s important—why it matters to you —and why it makes his juggernaut, coinbase, inc.’s company of the year.

10+ mins read
Inc.
Winter 2021/2022

Fake It Till You Make... A Mess

When the media company Ozy unraveled last fall, its CEO, Carlos Watson-the would-be wizard of Ozy-stood accused of inflating performance, inventing partners, and looking the other way when his co-founder impersonated a YouTube exec to potential investors. It wasn't, however, the first time a finding hungry, win-at-any-cost entrepreneur would take preposterously desperate measures: Cook the books? Check. Conspire to traffic cocaine? Hey, it's financing! Dress like Steve Jobs? Sadly, yes. Take a look at some who crossed the line from unbridled hype to “Let me explain, Your Honor.” – BILL SHAPIRO

4 mins read
Inc.
Winter 2021/2022

The Future of...Fixing Pharmaceuticals

Eric Edwards is cofounder and chief executive officer of Phlow, a public benefit pharmaceutical corporation. He previously co-founded pharmaceutical company Kaléo, where, among other roles, he was responsible for overall scientific strategy and pharmaceutical development programs. Following an unprecedented year for the pharmaceutical industry, including leaps in vaccine technology and supply chain shortages, Inc. asked Edwards to share his vision for the future of pharmaceuticals.

1 min read
Inc.
Winter 2021/2022