With his gritty, poetic writing about drugs, violence, and survival, the author of 'Jesus' Son' saved us all.
For Asian Americans like myself, David Dao is more than just a "passenger" or "doctor"—he's one of us.
We spoke to Mohsin Hamid about his stunning new novel about love, refugees, and magic doors.
The celebrated author is "doubling down" on art and empathy with his brilliant debut novel, 'Lincoln in the Bardo.'
Read an excerpt from Patricia Lockwood's hilarious upcoming memoir, 'Priestdaddy.'
We met up with the outspoken political comedian, whose current red-state tour is at the nexus of laughter, anxiety, and Trump jokes.
Nearing 70, the artist who built a career off of subversive performance is still pushing boundaries, causing controversies, and influencing the youth.
We caught up with the legendary filmmaker to talk about 'Into the Inferno,' his gorgeous new documentary about volcanoes, poetry, and North Korea.
We met the creators of HBO's brilliant new show about a friendly neighborhood weed-slinger and his city full of hilarious and very human clients.
"Do they bite each other's hands? Do they punch each other?"
"Stupid people watch stupid movie," said my father.
On Thursday night, 1,000 New Yorkers gathered in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, to mourn the passing of the inimitable superstar musician and the sexiest MF to ever rock a lace jumpsuit.