"Jay-Z sees building generational wealth—which seems to mean more than money—as his legacy of black excellence."
Weather Diaries captures "the sound of a world continuing to spin despite our best efforts to arrest it."
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As his wild debut feature hits screens, FlyLo chops it up with an old friend, Talkhouse favorite and fellow filmmaker/musician Nance.
The '60s folk musician shares some of his favorites, past and present.
Jim Hemphill on the deliriously enjoyable CW show, which is so referential it makes Tarantino look like Bresson.
Maggie Greenwald on how moving from the big screen to the small has allowed her to experience directing in an exciting new way.
"Today, I’m using the smooth-ass wi-fi at Starbucks to see how the album stacks up against the one I invented in my head."
The director of Requiem for a Dream and the forthcoming mother! chats with and has his tarot read by one of his cinematic heroes.
Kentucker Audley looks at what happens when Dustin Hoffman's breakthrough movie is shorn of Simon & Garfunkel and gets some hip new songs.
My bootsy wi-fi is acting up, so I'ma just guess how it's gonna sound.