Here, a look from each of the nominees.
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"We were gonna call ourselves Dion and the Crotonas, but Belmont had a nice ring."
From Ronnie Spector to Thurston Moore to Nas.
“When we first got here, it was a lot of strollers outside of Sarabeth’s—now you’re seeing some more plaid, more young people.”
An impressionistic, anecdotal, suggestive, but by definition incomplete survey of the past 100 years of New York pop.
From Tin Pan Alley to Hollis, Queens, the Brill Building to Bushwick, Electric Lady Studios to Lady Gaga.
“The Hunger Games was just becoming a thing when I was finishing writing it.”
“I wish [Lars] couldn’t shoot with any other actress.”
The not-so-sub subtext is that love doesn’t last.
It’s both dumber and more entertaining than anyone had a right to expect.
His new book Utopia or Bust is a collection of rigorous and unapologetic essays.
When the show returns for the first half of its seventh and final season on April 13, it will be as much Peggy’s story as Don’s.
A nice stealthy move for Stuart Vevers’s debut collection.
“It’s harder for women to get to the top than men, so you’re a little more proprietary about your money.”
“Journalists should be dark, funny, mean people. It’s appropriate for their antagonistic, adversarial role.”
Singling out 44 particular pieces he loves.
They will engage with the old building as they close it down.