Phoenix’s Thomas Mars shares the secrets of the band’s road-trip success
The Penguin Group experiments with a new way to generate word of mouth
Hastings, who died Tuesday at 33, knew something all journalists should remember: that he worked for his readers, not for his sources.
“Young kids should be doing music that has shock value. They’ll grow out of it.”
The legend does, in fact, continue
The book’s author, a successful corporate lawyer, suggests that all-nighters can boost productivity and creativity
It sounds like the greatest-hits package of the best garage band you never heard of
Part political allegory, part Shakespearean tragedy, a new musical from the heartland
A TIME editor recalls a life-transforming meeting with his personal hero
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When you’re locked in a global war to dominate the smartphone market, every little advantage helps.
A new album signals a darker, grittier direction for the Icelandic post-rock band
The foreboding this season has had fans spinning dark theories about who will get whacked. But the show is telling a more intimate kind of horror story.
If the winner doesn’t become a star, does the show lose cred? If Team Blake wins yet again, does the show get boring?
For a guy who has made dozens of artists famous, including Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin, Charles Saatchi is quite reclusive. This is usually a shrewd business move in the art market; talking too much can detract from the mystique …
The men (mostly) bare all as they compete in a swimsuit competition…for love.
Holding an online interview is in the leaker’s spirit of transparency, but it may empower the person giving the A’s as much as the public asking the Q’s.