Mr Blobby Is a Fucking Legend
Was only a matter of time really, wasn't it.
Alison Hammond Is a Fucking Legend
Celebrity interviewer extraordinaire, and this week, captain of the high seas.
Victoria Beckham Is a Fucking Legend
A much-deserved cultural moment for the fashion designer, ex-Spice Girl and eternal queen of never smiling.
Six Lessons on Becoming a Cooking Legend from Cecilia Chiang
The 97-year-old woman who introduced Westerners to high-end Chinese cuisine still parties as hard as she works—which is to say, a lot.
Stanley Clarke Is the Reason You Love Music
The legendary bass player, who basically invented jazz fusion, speaks about his lengthy career – from collaborating with Keith Richards to Paul McCartney to Miles Davis.
Muscles, Man-Bags and MDMA: Introducing Britain's House Lads
Chuffing on balloons, packed into Aztec print tees when they're not completely topless, living one long endlessly euphoric Instagram story.
Ghosts, Raves and Satanic Rituals: A Visit to One of Mexico's Most Notorious Abandoned Hospitals
Like so many other abandoned hospitals, the Hospital Naturista in Tamaulipas is said to be haunted by the ghost of a deranged – but very stylish – nurse.
José Luis Martínez Limón
The Music Issue
Prolific Music Critic Robert Christgau Knows What He Likes (and Hates)
"One of my gifts as a critic is that I really like music, and I'm open and still excitable. I'm not a bored person, and I'm not tired of life."
Guitar Moves with Lemmy Kilmister
One of the final interviews with Motörhead's late, great Lemmy Kilmister. Legend.
The Legend of Legends: The Warrington Nightclub That Quietly Changed British Clubbing
Legends provided the North with much more than a no-frills alternative to the hipster clubbing of the Haçienda.
It Doesn't Matter What You Say About Brian Wilson, Because He's Brian Wilson
The Beach Boy performed 'Pet Sounds' in Chicago. Was it the greatest performance? Eh. But who cares—it's motherfucking Brian Wilson!
Afeni Shakur, Black Panther and Mother of Tupac, Has Died at the Age of 69
Her legacy runs much deeper than "Dear Mama."