Amidst all the uncertainty and fear in the pandemic’s American epicenter, I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.
Like Ally Sheedy in The Breakfast Club, I had nothing better to do.
In a political culture where visual perception is king, Biden looks better. The photographs prove it.
The Criterion Channel curated a fantastic collection of 13 films that exemplify great ’70s style.
At the top of the list of things that might help me from losing what’s left of my mind during the coronavirus shit show is music. Here’s the April playlist.
What’s happened to nearly 3.5 million Americans has happened to me. The job I just started, the job I moved back to New York for, is officially on…
Life in NYC under extraordinary circumstances.
For some reason, curating this playlist was particularly enjoyable as I explored streaming radio, revisited old favorites and discovered new ones.
Valentine’s Day is probably my least favorite day on our cultural calendar, but I have a real soft spot for these songs and the sentiment they carry. Don’t tell anyone.
New year, new decade, new playlist.
If you heard a crack in the atmosphere earlier in the day, that was the collective sound of Bond and watch fanatics reacting to Omega’s release of 007’s new watch.
Going without a proper winter coat is neither heroic nor masculine nor cool. It’s just silly.
With shoes, my taste and experience tell me that nothing seems to look as good and wear as well as leather. That may be changing. Maybe.
I’d never considered Suitsupply for anything but suits and jackets. Along with their other wares, they also have a really handsome collection of ties.
I know it sounds counterintuitive, but living in the city is better for the environment.
I love a good hotel. My new favorite is at John F. Kennedy International Airport.