The late culinary explorer’s longtime collaborator Laurie Woolever talks about how she compiled a posthumous atlas of Bourdainian culinary enthusiasms.
Sarah Moroz is a Franco-American journalist based in Paris. She covers a variety of cultural topics, including art, photography, literature, and travel.
In “Khalil,” Yasmina Khadra explores the mind of a fanatic and the almost total absence of feeling at home anywhere in the world.
The HBO documentary, “Black Art: In the Absence of Light,” looks at the struggle of Black artists to have their work seen, and the multiplicity of identities present in their work.
As proven in her latest collection, Didion is a peerless—and always self-aware—reporter, but she is also a seer, repeatedly foreseeing social trends years ahead of everyone else.
The young French writer Pauline Harmange proudly embraces misandry and makes a splash beyond the literary scene.
“In Plain Sight” features artists and activists skytyping powerful phrases above immigrant detention centers, former internment camps, borders, and incarceration facilities.
In her new book, Marisa Meltzer tells the life story of Weight Watchers founder Jean Nidetch, alongside her own story of weight struggles: “My body is tragic, but also ordinary.”
Celebrities like J. Lo and Viola Davis love to wear Christian Louboutin’s shoes on the red carpet. Now a glittering exhibit in Paris shows the glamor and artistry behind the brand.
Daniel Clowes, who created ‘Ghost World,’ is solitary by nature, but since what he calls ‘our horrible event,’ he’s ready to call any Trump enemy a friend.
While investigating how radical Islamists recruit gullible young people online, Anne Erelle began a whirlwind Internet seduction of a top-ranking terrorist.