On their fourth album, Ashes of the Wake, which came out Aug. 31, 2004, Lamb of God made the leap from heroes of the underground to contenders for the new American metal throne. Produced by Machine (Pitchshifter, Every Time I Die, King Crimson), who pushed Lamb of God to reach a […]

The first reactions to Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker have arrived online, and they’re all generally positive. Directed by Todd Phillips, the next Warner Bros. and DC project is establishing an origin story for the Clown Prince of Crime. Boasting a star studded cast including Robert De Niro, Marc Maron, Brett Cullen, Frances Conroy, and Zazie Beetz, […]

Love it or hate it, the Netflix series The OA is one of the most unusual and daring TV shows in years. Writer Sara Lynn Michener says that much of the show’s originality comes from series co-writer and star Brit Marling. “A lot of content creators—a lot of showrunners—are out […]

San Francisco is a city transformed by programmers, staggering wealth and start-ups. But the Michelin-starred chef Dominique Crenn remains attuned to the sense of possibility that has long drawn artists, innovators and pioneering spirits to the City by the Bay. Ms. Crenn, the first woman in the United States to […]

There aren’t many stories about centenarian entrepreneurs, let alone females in this demographic who still work over 40-hours a week.  Vanilla Powell Beane, affectionately known as Washington, D.C.’s  “hat lady,” turns 100 this year and is still custom-making crowns that are the talk of the town. When the now-celebrated milliner made […]

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