Movie theaters have asked us to submit to search on entry or spend exorbitant amounts of money on popcorn — or to become food smugglers — to see The Fast and the Furious on a big screen. And we do! What does it mean to tie film to food? What would we gain if that changed — and what would we lose?
For weekenders at the restaurant on Park Avenue South where I work as the chef, a saddle of wild hare stuffed with foie gras is not a good special.
Gambling addiction is a simple disease. Living the addiction is a bit more complicated. A chronicle of dependency in seven parts—about poker, Lolita, and how to lose $18,000 in less than 36 hours.
On the road with the last American carnival sideshow
The global pop icon makes it all look easy — even when it definitely isn't. He opens up about his huge year, his two new films, his fans' relationship with Olivia Wilde, activism, sexuality, therapy, and much more
The consumer giant vowed to ditch plastic sachets, single-use packaging that’s swamping poor countries with waste. Privately, it fought to keep using them.
Radical environmentalists fight against the very technologies that would cut carbon emissions.
'Eventually, the man calmed down enough to address Quintana directly. “I’m so sorry, who are you? Where is my child? They came in the middle of the night and took him,” he said. “What do I tell his mother?”'
John Franzese Jr. Flipped on One of History’s Most Notorious Mobsters—His Father—And Lived to Tell the Tale
John Franzese Jr. was born into mob royalty, but after getting clean and doing the unthinkable—testifying against his own father—he sought out an almost unimaginable forgiveness.
Sophia Papp emerged from an accident with her personality transformed. She tried to continue on as before—until she realized she could reinvent herself.