This week, a special Pride Month edition of studios in Michigan, New York City, San Francisco, and “anywhere.”
Our staff and contributors recommend titles for your next artsy summer read, including writings by Philip Guston and Sophie Calle, musings on slime, and a mystery novel set at The Met Cloisters.
This week, linguists identify a Miami-specific English dialect, Bookforum is back, the media’s selective choice of maritime disasters, and how do you turn a plastic takeout container into a DIY hologram?
This week, an author self-censures her novel set in historical Russia, misogynistic New York Times headlines, a judge rules in a banana art case, and guess who was most impacted by wildfire air pollution in New York?
This week, America’s toxic love for Tina Turner, the hype over UFOs, real-life “Mexico filter” in New York, and more.
This month: Highlights from El Museo del Barrio’s collection, artworks on book covers, Chinese bird-and-flower paintings, and more.
This week, memes as a love language, photos from Trans Prom, a museum cat named Indiana Bones, and what is a parm espresso martini?
Whether you’re looking to beef up your catalogue collection or discover small affordable zines, these bookstores have offerings for everyone.
This week, the art of garden making, Hollywood’s obsession with cannibals, discarded coffee cups of New York City, and why are Orcas trying to sink boats?
This week, artist studios in Vancouver, the Shinnecock Indian Nation on Long Island, Brooklyn, and California’s Pomona College.
This week, MSG makes a comeback, TikTok reshapes the restaurant industry, and what do the Real Housewives have in common with striking Hollywood writers?
This week, social media sleuthing reaches new heights, coronation fashion, and did a journalist fabricate an MLK quote on Malcolm X?