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Subbing for Paul Rudnick
Living the Life
Gabby Sidibe’s astonishing debut in Precious.
64 Minutes With Lenny Kravitz
At 45, he’s still gonna “Let Love Rule,” with five nights at Irving Plaza. But these days, he has to watch his carbs. By the way, anybody want to buy his $15 million Soho pad?
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93 Minutes With Lynn Redgrave
Monday in the park with the veteran actress, as she prepares for the one-woman show she wrote about her grandmother and fends off reports of her being ill.
How We Got to ‘Sesame Street’
60 Minutes With Yoko Ono and Sean Lennon
At the kitchen table in the Dakota with the world’s most famous mother-son music collaborators.
Paul Auster likes French girls on bicycles, isn’t afraid to be alone.
110 Minutes With James Rosenquist
The artist painted the town—from Times Square billboards to the Whitney—and painted the town, as a new memoir reveals. But the town he painted is gone.
Marc Jacobs’s Brazilian Bombshell
At home, work, and play with Lorenzo Martone, the first husband of fashion.
Even before Rufus Wainwright wrote an opera, he lived one. And we’re hardly through Act One.
Chuck Palahniuk, dude novelist, gets campy.
Leelee Sobieski, Tribeca mom, likes to watch.
Sia, the Power Balladist Who Wants to Party
Paulina Porizkova, Supermodel Turned Blogger, Doesn’t Want You to Judge Her
D.J.’s Du Jour
California girls Harley and Cassie share a birthday and an ability to get the fashion crowd dancing through hard times.
Take the Plunge in Provincetown
Sandwiched between Cape Cod Bay and pristine sand dunes, this bohemian town is rife with uncrowded nooks for swimming, drifting, and soaking up sun.
Juliette Lewis, Smoothie-Loving Badass Scientologist, Was Briefly a Club Kid
Hang With Hipsters in Paris
Skip the touristy, overpriced central districts for the upper arrondissements, where the cool kids eat, shop, and party on the cheap.
86 Minutes With Simon Le Bon and Nick Rhodes
One half of Duran Duran trolls Bowery to flack the band’s thirteenth album. And, yes, they feel a little vindicated about the eyeliner.