Just prior to her eightieth birthday in October, an annual guest lecture series is being established in her honor.

Kim Gordon

It’s no secret that punk, and rock more generally, has a history of being fronted and run almost exclusively by men. 21

How To Dress Well
Weird World

‘Care’ can simultaneously be satisfactory and/or frustratingly unapologetic.

The B-Side, Sept. 29, 2016
Design: Francesca Kielb and Katie Beukema

As fashion month comes to a close and the showgoing glitterati recovers from a non-stop jaunt around the runways of New York, London, Milan, and Paris, it seems an oasis of the Midwest was missing from this — and every — fashion calendar.

Claire Abdo/ Daily

As the leaves begin to change, so do the clothes.

Frank Ocean
Def Jam

Admit it: there’s been a time (or 100) when you’ve found yourself to be in your feelings.

“Cruel Intentions”
Columbia Pictures

It’s absolutely absurd and absolutely incredible.

Sup Pop

Fuzz permeates, but refuses to dominate, and tracks like “Cut from the Vine” find more of the clean, singular guitar melodies that largely defined their previous releases.

The show stands in a category of its own among many reasons: a two-woman show with four characters, the experimental use of light, design, music and choreography and the modern themes of gender, sex and identity.

Focus Features

Not all films by a director — even some of the best directors — are good.

However hard we try to forget him, Wagner’s musical influence is inexorable.

Devendra Banhart
Nonesuch Records

Devendra Banhart’s new album, Ape in Pink Marble, is an easy, luscious ride.

Beach Slang
Polyvinyl Records

Like every confused kid on the brink of adulthood, Beach Slang has its problems.

“The Exorcist”

For devout followers of “The Exorcist,” the series’ pilot episode certainly brings a sense of nostalgia.

Kevin Pearson and Eric Hardin, owners of Today Clothing
Claire Abdo/Daily

Today affords its patrons a reasoned and tasteful introduction to male high fashion.

“There is a $90 coat that looks like a blanket. I want it. I make minimum wage.”

Gabriel Garzón Montano
Styles Upon Styles

As the days get shorter and my time spent in the library gets longer, I hunt for new music to get me through the (recently chillier) September evenings. This is where Gabriel Garzón Montano comes in.

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine”

Samberg’s ironic sensibility and underrated charm plays off Braugher’s deadpan perfection to create the most consistent laughs a network comedy could hope to mine.

The track shines not in its lyricism, but in the production and instrumentation.


Considering that this could be one of Lewis’s last performances, viewers and fans will want to like the movie, but it isn’t worth pretending.