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The teams that simply cannot lose this weekend

The margin for error is very slim for the likes of Ohio State, Clemson and Georgia this weekend.
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Brothers Jack (Nat Wolff) and Oliver (Alex Wolff) reunite at their childhood home to put their beloved old dog, Stella, to sleep. While their unconventional mother plans an extravagant party in celebration of Stella’s life, Jack and Oliver are blindsided when they discover they are both in love with the same girl (Paulina Singer). Over the course of the weekend, their fraternal bond will be tested by both love and loss.

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Last weekend T.I. dropped off his latest studio LP Dime Trap and while he’s been making a living as a reality TV dad/husband for a hot minute he proved that he can still every bit the rapper he was known to be.

Continuing to further that point, T.I. calls on Young Thug to get turnt up in the visual to “The Weekend” where an “innocent” pool party turns into murder scene after a wannabe Spring Breaker gets her comeuppance.

Speaking of women troubles, 6lack and J. Cole bond over their relationship drama with their respective partners in the clip to “Pretty Little Fears.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from OG Sweetz featuring Willie D, Eric Bellinger featuring AD, and more.

T.I. FT. YOUNG THUG & SWIZZ BEATZ – “THE WEEKEND”

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K CAMP & GENIUS – “CAN’T GO HOME”

FLIPPA – “NO CAP INTRO”

ERIC BELLINGER FT. AD – “PULLIN UP”

REKS & SHORTFYUZ FT. TERMANOLOGY – “POLLO/COLLECTION”

JORDAN HOLLYWOOD FT. LIL BABY – “LET ME FIND OUT”

MIKEYBADASS – “ACT RIGHT”

Z MONEY – “APART OF TRAPPIN”

SOLOSAM – “BREEZIN & COOLIN”

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‘Crazy Rich Asians’ tops weekend box office

“Crazy Rich Asians” had another crazy rich weekend at the box office, leading the pack this Labor Day weekend.


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3 Awesome Style Picks to Shop This Labor Day Weekend

Whether you’re barbecuing, hitting the trails or spending the weekend in, Labor Day is a great time to get cracking on your fall wardrobe. With sales from Huckberry, Backcountry and Todd Snyder going on, you can now score a few stylish pieces without having to make a huge dent in your wallet. Everything from jackets, hiking gear, comfy knits and more are marked down to whip your closet into shape. Scroll down to browse the items we immediately added to our carts.

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Patagonia Crosstrek Fleece Jacket

Combining power stretch fabric and flat seam stitching, this topper won’t restrict your movements and helps reduce bulk. Whether you’re hitting the trails or need something to keep you warm on a night out, this jacket is an awesome pick. Even better, you can score an additional 20 percent off on select fleece styles.

[Originally $ 149, now $ 71.52; backcountry.com

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Grayers Campesina Double Cloth Thermal Henley

Grayers makes some of our favorite high-quality shirts we want to wear all fall. Perfect for season-round wear, this piece is cut from a soft, cozy cloth that can be worn solo or layered with other pieces to keep you comfortable and toasty warm. 

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Carpenter’s Railroad Jacket

Whether you choose to wear this as a lightweight utility jacket or overshirt, this classic design is a sophisticated yet stylish pick. Great for grabbing a beer with the guys or even a date night look, you can’t go wrong with this functional offering. Take an additional 30 percent off with code “EXTRA30.”

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R.I.P. Queen of Soul. The trials of Elon Musk. Madonna is 60. What the heck is cubing? Meet Rashida Tlaib. And more.
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Larry and Toby Milstein Expand ‘Millennial Pink Party’ Into Weekend Long Retreat

The second annual Millennial Pink Party takes to the Hamptons this weekend, and this year the concept has been expanded into a full weekend of events with the help of partners like BCBGeneration, Bloomingdale’s and The Class by Taryn Toomey.
Millennial Pink Party made its debut last year as the re-branded take on the Milstein family’s annual summer Hamptons bash. Real estate scions Larry and Toby Milstein embraced the rosy hue and moved the party to the Breakers in Montauk to lure the young Manhattan social crowd for the party, in partnership with the Human Rights Campaign.
After its success, the one-night event has grown into a weekend, which begins tonight with a private beachside dinner hosted by Whispering Angel. The guest list for Friday night is made up of the Millennial Pink Founders Collective, who are categorized as “a handpicked group of 25 VIP taste makers who will serve as social ambassadors for the Millennial Pink community and provide creative direction on the event.”
Come Saturday, celebrity workout favorite Taryn Toomey will host a session of her workout The Class for guests, followed by the official party at night and a brunch to close things out on Sunday.
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Kiehl’s Is Having a Massive Friends & Family Sale This Weekend

Quality skincare can put a dent in our wallets, but Kiehl’s is all about skincare that’s both wallet-friendly and effective—which is why its Friends & Family event is the other big thing we’re excited about this weekend. But just because the products are affordable doesn’t mean they don’t work: Kiehl’s is known to offer some of the best skincare products for men, and this sale will give shoppers 20% off (and a free travel pouch) with orders of $ 125 and more.

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‘Pacific Rim: Uprising’ Finally Tops ‘Black Panther’ For No. 1 Weekend Box Office

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Black Panther is no longer no. 1, but the new film in the top spot is worthy. Pacific Rim: Uprising, which stars John Boyega, won the weekend box office with $ 151 million. 

Not too shabby for a sequel.

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Legendary/Universal’s Pacific Rim: Uprising came in slightly higher than Saturday estimates, topping $ 150M worldwide on its opening weekend with $ 150.5M. The debut clocked $ 122.5M at the international box office, including $ 65M in China which was the biggest home for the original 2013 film — and a large part of why the sequel was greenlit under the previous leadership of Wanda-owned Legendary.

As for Black Panther, it is now the no. 1 grossing superhero flick, of all time.

Bong bong.

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Shaq and Gronk Have Dance Off During Ultra Festival Weekend

[[tmz:video id=”0_fn8f24z8″]] Shaq threw an insane party in Miami during Ultra Weekend … and it culminated in an epic dance-off with none other than Gronk! The tallest guy in the room hosted Shaq’s Fun House party which was filled with celebs,…

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Cardi B Not Ready to Talk Pregnancy, But Ready for All-Star Weekend

[[tmz:video id=”0_fwgpcrq6″]] Cardi B’s not ready to say if she’s pregnant, but she’s also not gonna say she isn’t.  We got the rapper leaving her hotel in NYC Friday morning — presumably to catch her flight to L.A. for NBA All-Star Weekend — but…

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Danai Gurira Celebrates 40th Birthday with ‘Black Panther’ Cast Before Opening Weekend

A good chunk of the cast of “Black Panther” got together to ring in one of their co-stars’ 40th birthday … but they probably had more reason to celebrate than just that. Danai Gurira — who plays Okoye in the upcoming film — turns the big 4-0…

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Cardi B Shakes Off Death Threats, Hell-Bent On All-Star Weekend Gigs

Cardi B isn’t letting death threats from the Crips block her from a 6-figure payday over NBA All-Star Weekend — it’s all part of street life, as far as she’s concerned. Sources close to Cardi tell TMZ … she’s sticking to her 3 scheduled…

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Travis Scott Working Double Time Super Bowl LII Weekend

No one can physically be two places at once, but Travis Scott is going to come pretty damn close Saturday before the Super Bowl. The rapper has 2 gigs scheduled for the same night … and they’re about 1,500 miles apart. First, Travis has a show around…

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Best and worst of the 2018 NHL All-Star Weekend

From Brian Boyle’s emotional welcome to Johnny Gaudreau’s stickwork to the sartorial splendor of the sweaters, there was a lot to like in Tampa this weekend. But not everything went quite so well.
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Siouxsie Q Teaching 2 Classes at S.F. Armory This Weekend

Siouxsie Q returns to the San Francisco Armory this weekend to teach two classes, “Porn Star Sex 101” and “Monoga … Maybe?”
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Rostam Batmanglij, Formerly of Vampire Weekend, Gets Lost in Brooklyn

The musician and producer wandered through his old neighborhood and talked about his new album, “Half-Light.”
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Thousands of sci-fi fans attend weekend long Comic Con in London

Sci-fi fans dressed up in their best fancy dress in London on Friday (October 27) for one of the UK’s biggest celebrations of sci-fi culture. Rough cut (no reporter narration)


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Liselle’s Girlie Weekend

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Kevin Hart Parties with Woman in Sex Video During Wild Vegas Weekend

Kevin Hart partied at a Vegas nightclub with the woman who ended up with him in that sexually provocative extortion tape. These pics were shot at Marquee Nightclub at the Cosmopolitan hotel on August 19 … that’s the weekend where the photos and videos…

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The Number One Sunscreen for Your Weekend Workout

Whether your passion is running, biking, tennis, or golf, odds are you’ll be out there this weekend doing your thing: trying to ace a shot or nail your pace while swiping away streaky sunblock before it dribbles into your eyes. (Unless, ahem, you aren’t wearing any SPF to begin with?) Whichever the case, it’s about time someone came up with a run-free, sweat-friendly, sun-protecting balm for

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How To Pull Off A Romantic Weekend of Camping On The Sabinal River

Romance is often thought of being marked with candlelight, fine linens, exquisite wines, and whispering sweet nothings into your love’s ear. Sure, that’s easy, but what happens when you have to up the ante with Sabinal River cabins as your backdrop & weekend camping as your “go-to” activity? Fancy cocktails hostesses in gowns will not save you.
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Stream The Outside Lands Festival This Weekend

Outside Lands celebrates its 10th anniversary this weekend, with Metallica, The Who, Gorillaz, Lorde, A Tribe Called Quest and more.

Join in the fun at the San Francisco festival’s 10th anniversary and stream performances from alt-J, Kaytranada, Thundercat and more.

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Weekend LISTening: Five Songs You Gotta Hear Right Now

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From intimate duo harmonies by Penny & Sparrow to The War On Drugs rocking a ’70s cover, here’s five great new songs to add to your playlist.

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‘SNL’ Trump Brothers Are As Comically Inept As Ever On ‘Weekend Update’

Fidget spinners, peanuts and collusion scandals.
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About Last Weekend: Taraji P. Henson Takes the Plunge in Blue; Yara Shahidi’s Purple Pleats


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Box Office: ‘The Dark Tower’ Tops Sluggish Weekend, ‘Detroit’ Collapses


Halle Berry thriller ‘Kidnap’ made a modest bow.

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Here’s How To Whip Up A Romantic Weekend On The Fly

Very few words put a scare into a person than “romantic weekend”. The curious case of a weekend filled with love, romance, and showering affection on your special someone seems to be one of the more reviled, unwelcome ideas ever introduced to couples anywhere in the world. Even beyond the hyperbole, some people really do crumble at having to put together a nice weekend getaway.
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Weekend LISTening: 5 Songs You Gotta Hear Right Now

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We at World Cafe know there’s a lot of new music flying around — so we’ve selected five current favorite tracks to add to your playlist.

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Weekend Radar: Demi Lovato & Nick Jonas Promote ‘Future Now: The Tour’

Demi and Nick perform to promote their tour, Josh Duhamel is on the run in “Lost in the Sun,” and, catching up with Jennifer Garner, Conrad Sewell & more.


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Bright, Fresh, Delicious: Quick and Easy Indian Recipes to Try This Weekend

When Michelin-star Chef Meera Sodha published Made in India: Recipes From an Indian Family Kitchen in the UK last year, it was an instant top-ten bestseller. This fall, American home cooks were able to get…


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Here’s What Brooklyn Decker And Andy Roddick Are Celebrating This Weekend

Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick welcomed their first child, a baby boy, on Sept. 30.
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Hundred Handed Releases Debut Single ‘Love Me Like The Weekend’

Jordan McGraw and his band Hundred Handed released their debut single today, “Love Me Like The Weekend.” The new pop rock band’s sound is the product of the fun seeking, crazy minds of its three members Jordan McGraw (vocals/guitar), Drew Langan (drums) and Matt Black (bass). The three friends set out to recapture the excitement of being in your first band with the experience they captured touring the world on the road that led them to Hundred Handed.

Says McGraw, who is Dr. Phil’s son, “We were inspired by a fresh start here with our new band, Hundred Handed. The song is about never taking yourself too seriously … Whether you’re an adult pretending to sneak out of your parents’ house to getting into trouble, or a high school kid banging their head against the desk until Saturday comes. Every day should have a little bit of Saturday in it. We are here to make the weekend permanent!”

“Love Me Like The Weekend” is now available on iTunes and all digital platforms. It’s the first single from the L.A. based band’s forthcoming debut album co-produced by Hundred Handed and Eddie Jackson; also collaborating with songwriter/producer Mike Green (Paramore, 5 Seconds of Summer) and songwriter The Golden Hippie.

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Fan of the Week (and adorable baby son) win a resort weekend

Via Skype, Kathie Lee and Hoda visit Fan of the Week Johnny Bowers, a second-year resident who enjoys the Fourth Hour with his baby son, Luke. Johnny wins a resort weekend in Tampa, Florida, for himself, Luke and his wife, Callie.


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At Least 18 Wounded In Chicago Shootings This Weekend

Over the weekend, at least 18 people were shot and wounded in the city of Chicago, including a 64-year-old woman. The youngest victim in the rash of shootings was a 15-year-old boy and at least one death as been reported.

The Illinois city has been ravaged by shooting homicides, with the death toll numbering at 336 for the year. This weekend’s shooting follows a particularly deadly Labor Day Weekend spree that left eight dead and over 43 wounded. As reported by NBC Chicago, this weekend’s shootings are tallied between 6 P.M. Friday (Sept. 11) and Monday 2:00 A.M. so the numbers have the potential to rise.

From NBC Chicago:

A 64-year-old woman was among the 18 wounded in shootings across Chicago since Friday evening.

The woman was struck by a bullet that flew through the window of her West Garfield Park home early Saturday morning, police said. The bullet sailed through the window of the home in the 3800 block of West Monroe at about 2:55 a.m. and struck the woman in the leg.

She was transported to Mount Sinai Hospital, where her condition stabilized police said.

In another incident Sunday afternoon, a man survived after being shot nine times in the North Side Uptown neighborhood.

The 24-year-old victim was outside at about 12:45 p.m. in the 1200 block of West Ainslie when he heard shots and felt pain, police said. The man suffered nine gunshot wounds to the right side of his torso and his right leg.

The youngest victim Chicago shootings of the weekend was a 15-year-old who was shot in the shoulder Sunday (Sept. 13) afternoon in the Woodlawn district. As reported by the Chicago Tribune, a 17-year-old girl was shot in the West Englewood neighborhood. A 19-year-old man was pronounced dead in the Gresham neighborhood after he was shot around 5 P.M.

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12 Beauty Moments That Stole Our Hearts at the New York Shows This Weekend

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From the graphic checkerboard nails at Opening Ceremony to Sky Ferreira’s aquatic dye job in the front row, New York Fashion Week provided more than its fair share of memorable hair and makeup moments this weekend—so many, in fact, that you may need a checklist to keep track of them. Here, 12 standout moments you won’t want to miss.

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Delayed at the airport, work colleagues Les and Natalie discover more about each other than they ever thought possible, by confiding their dirtiest secrets to one another. Restless and irritable from the delay, the pair head into the city and embark on a journey of self-discovery, and hidden desires. Over one crazy layover, they will decide if they can ever go back to the old lives they had before this dirty weekend.

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Spotify Reveals the Hottest Songs of Summer 2015 Just in Time for Labor Day Weekend

We've already determined our songs of summer 2015, but Spotify has swooped in to be the official voice on the matter: The streaming service compiled data on the most-listened to songs in the U.S. between…


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“Straight Outta Compton” tops the box office for third straight weekend

“Straight Outta Compton” tops the box office for third straight weekend with no competition from the new films opening. Nathan Frandino reports.


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German Box Office: ‘Straight Outta Compton’ at Number 1 in Slow Weekend


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Ruth Reichl’s Making a Bay Area Appearance; There’s a Food Music Fest This Weekend

Ruth Reichl's Making a Bay Area Appearance; There's a Food Music Fest This WeekendQueen food writer Ruth Reichl is making an appearance at the Mountain View Center for Performing Arts on Monday, August 31 as part of the center's lecture series (and probably to promote her upcoming cookbook). The event brings together food from the likes of Chica, Hal Jr's Bar B Q and ShakeDown Ice Cream, craft beer from Henhouse and Fort Point and music from Crashing Hotels, Vanwave and more, all to benefit the San Francisco Rock Project. MISSION — 18 Reason's next pop-up dinner will feature Peruvian food from chef Nico Vera, who will talk about the history of the dishes he serves and play authentic Afro-Peruvian to eat to.



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Henry Holland Designs London Fashion Weekend T-Shirts

TEE TIME: House of Holland designer Henry Holland has designed a collection of T-shirts to mark this season’s London Fashion Weekend, a consumer event run by the British Fashion Council. 
The three T-shirts come in designs inspired by Holland’s past collections: a psychedelic floral pattern; a clashing check and a black T emblazoned with the slogan “Fashion Werk,” all priced at 35 pounds, or $ 54. The T-shirts will be sold at London Fashion Weekend, which runs Sept. 24 through 27 at London’s Saatchi Gallery, and for a limited period before the event, when visitors buy tickets online. 
House of Holland will also stage a runway show for the label’s fall collection during the event on Sept. 26, and model Daisy Lowe will interview Holland about his career. The biannual, ticketed event is made up of runway shows, designer talks, trend presentations and shopping galleries.

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‘Straight Outta Compton’ Leads Box Office For Second Weekend

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Paul Haggis on Collaborating With David Simon and His Big Weekend Plans

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Ten years ago, the Canadian director, screenwriter, and famous Scientology dropout Paul Haggis released Crash, a movie that looked at the various ways that prejudice affected the lives of Los Angelenos of different racial and class backgrounds. The movie, which starred a litany of Hollywood A-listers like Don Cheadle, Matt Dillon, and Sandra Bullock, went on to win the Oscar for Best Picture (though Haggis recently suggested that maybe it didn’t deserve the honor). “It was a fable, a social experiment,” Haggis tells Vogue.com by phone. “It was me just being perverse, to see how much I could manipulate you into rethinking things you didn’t know you believed.”

His latest project, by contrast, is based on real-life events, though ones that betray similarly latent racism in a seemingly liberal community. That project is the new David Simon–penned HBO miniseries, Show Me a Hero, which Haggis signed on to direct without even laying eyes on the script. (The first two episodes premiered last Sunday; this Sunday we’ll get two more, and the last two will air August 30.)

The miniseries, based on a book by Lisa Belkin, takes on events that transpired in the late eighties in Yonkers, New York, when a federal judge ordered the working-class Westchester suburb to build 200 units of public housing on the predominantly white east side of the Saw Mill River Parkway. Spoiler alert: White Yonkers residents, who couched their xenophobia in concerns about housing values, weren’t so thrilled about the idea, and they exerted enormous pressure on local officials to disregard the court order, to the tune of millions of dollars of fines and the eventual near-breakdown of city government. The excellent Oscar Isaac stars as Nick Wasicsko, Yonkers’s Springsteen-loving mayor, at 28 the youngest in the country, who wins office on the platform of appealing the court order. When that appeal is struck down just before he takes over, he finds himself in the unenviable position of having to turn on a dime and attempt to convince Yonkers residents to submit to integration.

Small-town bureaucracy: Sounds boring, but in the hands of Simon and Haggis, it’s pretty scintillating. “This is a slow burn,” Haggis tells me. “It’s a matter of trying to capture a moment in time and reflect on that. I’m just trying to capture these people’s lives and make you feel like you’re in the middle of those crowds, in the middle of that chaos, that uncertainty that a lot of people felt at that time. It’s a very different approach for me.”

Read on for more from our conversation with Haggis about working with David Simon, how he fell in love with Bruce Springsteen, and which rock star’s memoir he’s psyched to dig into this weekend.

There’s obviously a thematic overlap here with Crash. Does addressing this subject on the small screen feel different than addressing it on the big screen?
I don’t think it’s any different in terms of the size of the screen. It’s ten years later and we’re doing it very differently. This is a true story. But attacking race. Yeah. I could do that five or six more times. Because this is a subject that’s at the heart of many of the problems in our country, and it’s going to continue to be so for many, many years, sadly. Because we refuse to address it. We keep thinking we’ve handled it, or it should be handled. But it hasn’t been.

I read that you signed onto Show Me a Hero without reading the script. What made you so confident?
Confident. I wasn’t confident at all. I just always wanted to work with David Simon.

Was there ever a moment when you were like, “Uh, why did I do that?”
Yeah, of course. When we actually looked at how much we had to accomplish in a short period, I think we all looked at each other and said, “What the hell are we doing?”

Have you read the book the series was based on? Was the material shocking to you?
Yes, I have. I read the script first, and then I watched a documentary. And then I went back and did a lot of research, looking at photos. At the end of the series we actually put the photos of the real people beside our actors. Some of them were really shocking, the vitriol that came out. The anger and self righteousness was startling. We were talking about putting 200 units [of housing] in a city of 200,000 people. It was a very small thing they were trying to accomplish in this act of desegregation. But politicians used fear to manipulate people: We like being governed by fear in America. It’s simple. We have no use for common sense in politics in America. It’s just not something that we value. Yes, that was shocking. The fact that it exploded and it was right here in New York, and just a few years ago.

Where were you living in the mid-eighties? What was your community like? Was it totally segregated like Yonkers?
I was in Los Angeles. I was living in Glendale at the time. It was a working-class neighborhood. It was white and Hispanic and black. But Los Angeles itself is incredibly segregated. That’s why I wrote Crash. You can get the impression going around L.A. that it’s just this homogeneous place. It’s not. Nobody drives to South Central, at least we didn’t in those days, to see what’s going on down there. It’s just a few miles away. Los Angeles was no better off. It was no more liberal—it just appeared to be.

You live in New York City now. Before you moved here, did you have an impression of Yonkers?
None. It was a punch line. That’s all it was. It was a silly name. Yonkers. I knew nothing about it until I came to New York. In fact, until I did this project, I’d never been there. I live in downtown New York. It’s thirty minutes from where I live. And yet I didn’t have any idea what happened there. I knew what happened in the Bronx; I knew what happened in various parts of Brooklyn, the racial strife in the seventies and eighties through to the nineties. In the eighties you’d be in Midtown Manhattan and if you walked across town and you made it from one avenue to another, you celebrated: “Hey, I made it without being mugged!”

What was it like filming in Yonkers? Did you feel any echoes of the events you were depicting?
It’s hard. You feel it under the surface, I think. There was some resentment, some trepidation as to what we were going to do. Were we going to make them look like fools? I think after the mayor embraced us, knew we were coming and opened up City Hall to us—that helped a lot. We’re very good at putting things in the past very quickly, especially things that embarrass us. I think that was the case in Yonkers. They were able to say, “Oh, yes, that happened back then.” But you see, these same things are happening in Westchester right now, in Tarrytown. Defying a federal court order to desegregate—it’s the exact same thing, and they’re using the exact same rhetoric. That it’s not about race, that it’s a green issue, that it’s about the value of people’s homes. With not an iota of irony.

Where did the idea to use a vintage Springsteen soundtrack come from?
We were asking ourselves what kind of music Nick would have listened to. We knew he loved hard rock. We knew he loved AC/DC, that he had AC/DC T-shirts. We said, I think Springsteen would speak to him. We started with the end montage, how to end this piece without a big score. We found this one Springsteen song called “Lift Me Up.” It was just perfect and wasn’t that well known. I showed it to David, and he said, “God, it’s great.” After that we started thinking, What if that’s Nick’s musical identity? When he gets in the car, what if he turns that on? Maybe he’s at home, he puts a record on, it’s Springsteen? From there it evolved. David went to meet with Springsteen’s manager. So it was a long process.

Are you a Springsteen fan?
I am. I’ve always been. He played an unplugged concert in Los Angeles for this radical group I was involved with in the eighties. It was called the Christic Institute, which then completely fell apart after that. It was a bunch of defrocked priests suing the U.S. government over their involvement in El Salvador. I’ve always been sort of that guy out there—everyone else sort of looks at and distances themselves from very quickly.

Major gear switch: What’s the one thing you want to do culturally this weekend?
I’m getting on a plane for New Zealand in a couple of hours. I’ll be in Auckland and Queenstown for the next month. So my cultural experience is going to be limited to the tops of mountains. I’m going to be hanging out with dog sleds and having small planes crash into glaciers. That will be the extent of it. I’m taking some books with me that I’m excited to read. So it’ll be reading, unless you know people in Auckland who are going to take me to some museum.

Which books are you bringing?
I’m bringing a copy of Moby’s autobiography, which he’s asked me to read before it’s published. That’s really exciting. It’s called Porcelain. And I’ve just picked up an old book called Masochism in Sex and Society, by Dr. Theodor Reik.

Did someone recommend that to you?
Yes, a friend did. I’m reading it for something I’m going to write. That’s what usually happens.

Is Moby a friend of yours? Is that why he’s asked you to read his manuscript?
Yeah. He was one of the reasons I looked forward to moving to New York when I did, quite a few years ago now. And as soon as I moved here, the bugger moved to Los Angeles. He’s a lovely man. A great friend.

Are you going to give him notes?
No! I’m just going to read it and tell him it’s brilliant, because so far it is.

This interview has been edited and condensed.

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Here’s How April Bloomfield Does Healthy Gazpacho: 3 Exclusive Recipes for the Weekend

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In these sweltering days, it’s perfectly normal to experience cravings of ice cream and ice water exclusively—anything warmer may seem to border on masochistic. Alas, swimming, surfing, and even lounging on the beach require a healthy source of sustenance. Which brings us to gazpacho: The chilled soup—which delivers a burst of flavor in the form of a fruit- or vegetable-based broth—is the quintessential summer meal.

Yet as any aspiring foodie can tell you, a pitch-perfect execution is necessary in the kitchen, with lesser attempts resulting in something that more closely resembles, well, salsa.  With this in mind, we reached out to April Bloomfield. The exacting chef—whose culinary triumphs include her simple, meat-laden menus for The Spotted Pig and The Breslin—recently released a veggie-centric cookbook, A Girl and Her Greens. She took on the fresh produce-driven challenge, creating three exclusive gazpacho recipes for Vogue.com that range from a cucumber and tomatillo blend thickened with protein-rich (and low fat) Lebanese yogurt, to an anti-inflammatory take on watermelon (spiked with refreshing mint) that will help you chill out and fill up.

 

Traditional Gazpacho

 

Yield: 8 servings

Ingredients
2 lbs. heirloom tomatoes, eyes and whites removed
1 medium cucumber, peeled
1 shallot
1/2 jalapeño pepper
1 red bell pepper, seeds and whites removed, skin peeled
2 T Jacobsen sea salt
1 clove garlic, thinly sliced
1/8 cup picked mint leaves
1/8 cup picked opal or green basil, torn
1/4 cup sherry vinegar
1/4 cup olive oil
1/4 cup breadcrumbs

Dice the tomatoes, cucumber, shallot, jalapeño, and red pepper separately into medium-size pieces, about three-quarters to one-inch thick. Combine the chopped vegetables in a bowl and add the salt, garlic, mint, basil, sherry vinegar, and olive oil, and toss until the vegetables are well-coated.  Cover the mixture with a lid and pop in the refrigerator until chilled—about an hour or so.

Using a slotted spoon, place the tomato mixture in a blender (leaving the excess liquid in the bowl) and purée until smooth and a rich orangey-red color. Add the breadcrumbs and remaining liquid from the bowl and purée until it is completely smooth and almost creamy. Sprinkle in a bit more salt if need be, and serve cold in a chilled glass. Garnish with a handful of fresh chopped basil and mint.

 

Watermelon Gazpacho

 

Yield: 8 servings

Ingredients
2 lbs. watermelon, seeds removed and diced into 1-inch cubes
8 oz. diced tomato, seeds and whites removed
8 oz. cucumber, peeled and diced into medium-sized cubes
1 red bell pepper, stem and seeds removed, diced into 1/2 inch size pieces
1 ají dulce pepper, stem and seeds removed
1/4 cup red onion, finely chopped
1 clove garlic, roughly chopped
juice of one lemon
1/2 cup olive oil
3 T Jacobsen sea salt

Garnish
Thinly sliced red onion
Gaeta olives
Feta cheese
Cilantro
Black mint

Combine the watermelon, tomato, cucumber, bell pepper, ají dulce pepper, onion, and garlic in a large bowl and add the lemon juice, olive oil, and salt. Gently toss until the vegetables are well-coated in the oil and lemon juice. Cover the mixture with a lid and pop in the refrigerator until chilled—about an hour.

Gently spoon the watermelon-tomato mixture in a blender, leaving the excess liquid in the bowl. Purée until smooth and almost creamy in texture. Sprinkle in a bit more salt, if need be, and serve cold in a chilled glass. I like to garnish this soup with a few delicate slivers of red onion, an olive or two, and feta crumbles for added tanginess. A few sprigs of fresh of cilantro and black mint top it all off beautifully and add extra aromatics.

 

Cucumber and Tomatillo Soup

 

Yields: 8 servings

Ingredients
12 cucumbers (or less depending if they are large)—a lovely market mix cut into small/medium pieces, skin left on if not tough
3 garlic cloves, peeled and split in half
3/4 whole jalapeno, thinly sliced
3/4 stale baguette
3/4 cup high-quality red wine vinegar
1 heaping cup of Marcona almonds
7 1/2 cups small tomatillos
2 1/2 cups grassy extra-virgin olive oil
3 cups labneh
1 1/2 green apples, cored and cut into medium chunks
1 1/2 bunches of basil (leaves only)
3/4 bunch chives, roughly chopped

To preserve the lovely pale green color of the soup, the key is to make sure everything is nicely chilled before you start blending (including the pitcher for the blender). It’s best to have all the ingredients premixed in one bowl before blending.

Wash and cut all of the vegetables into small to medium pieces. Trim off and discard the crusts from your stale baguette. Tear the remaining baguette into small bits. Add the red wine vinegar to a bowl with the bread. Run a sharp knife through the herbs once or twice. Add all of the remaining ingredients to the bowl and mix. You will make this recipe in three batches in the blender, filling the blender by no more than half each time; otherwise it won’t blend properly and you will overwork the machine. Puree until smooth and creamy with a beautiful pale-green color, then pass through a fine-mesh strainer.

To Garnish
The beauty of this soup is that it makes a great base for so many finishing ingredients. Raw diced scallops marinated in chili and citrus or lightly poached shrimp would be appropriate, as would topping it with cucumbers, chives, basil, mint, and melon. I like to also add a little more labneh and olive oil for a bit of indulgence.

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Welcome to our Weekend Agenda series, in which every Friday we ask the people we most adore to share their weekend plans, and the one cultural thing that’s top on their list for the next 48 hours. Next up: Lake Bell, currently cracking us up on Netflix’s new eight-episode series, Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp.

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“My character is a super awkward, insecure sixteen-year-old Jewish girl who just got back from Israel,” Bell explains by phone while her nine-month-old daughter Nova coos in the background. “She’s feeling pretty important about all the decisions she’s making in her life, which includes wearing really bad overalls and trying to use Israeli terms for mundane things.” (For the record, the overalls are pretty cool.)

Read on for more from our conversation with Bell about becoming part of Wet Hot, what it’s like to bring your baby to Camp Firewood, and that other thing she’s psyched to stream on Netflix this weekend.



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So how’d you get involved with round two of Wet Hot American Summer?
David Wain is a really good friend of mine. We often do work slightly incestuously: Me and my friends who work on one thing, we try to lasso in other friends for other projects. I was part of a lasso from Childrens Hospital into Wet Hot. I was super jazzed to be a part of it because I was a fan of the original movie.

Do you remember watching the original?
I don’t have a visceral kind of, “I was right there” [memory]. Wet Hot American Summer was sort of lowbrow genius, you know? But smart in its cultish silliness. It wasn’t considered something of great cultural caliber. But like many cult pieces, it sort of became something culturally relevant, which I think is what’s so wonderful about it. At a time when every series we’re supposed to be DVR-ing is very important, very serious, has to do with heavy, heavy matters, I think Wet Hot provides a respite to that DVR homework. It’s totally the gummy bears of your programming.

That’s true, although I know some people who take it very seriously, who are really obsessed.
Yeah, but that’s what’s so genius about it. When you say obsessed, I think it’s because it’s such a tremendous vacation from everything that’s so serious. You can have fun watching it. There’s no pressure. Sure the cast is insane. Everybody’s come back for it and everybody’s gone on to do some pretty impressive stuff. It’s a little more important now than it was then in terms of this relevance. But I love things that sort blossom into being relevant years later. I’m a fan of the late bloomer, as a rule.

So Donna wears a pretty funky pair of overalls. I was into them!
I lean into all things that are a little off. I will always wear overalls. At this point I find a way in most of my life to wear a jumpsuit or an overall, anything that’s sort of like a an all-in-one situation. I do that on the red carpet a lot. I like to be done in one fell swoop. This is my second overall comedy moment, from In a World . . . to Wet Hot. So I’m lobbying hard for women to start wearing them in a pretty major way.

Whose idea were they?
They were in my fitting. I’ve actually I worked with this costume designer on Childrens Hospital and she knows I’m a big overall person. I was four months postnatal when we shot it. We were trying to cover my baby belly cause, obviously, four months after [giving birth] you’re basically still pregnant, I was looking for something that made sense, but that also covered that midsection as much as possible.

You did, though, opt for a crop top underneath.
That’s the key. That was the optical illusion. I’m like, crop top, but cover the midsection, so as to distract you. Oh, everything must be OK down there. She’s wearing a crop top, so obviously . . .

Did the filming make you feel like you were back at camp?
My particular situation was a little less like camp because I had the old infant-in-the-trailer kind of thing. I don’t remember having that in camp. But I think the camaraderie and the goofiness and the playful politics of a set is sort of camp-like

I went to all-girls camps so there wasn’t anything naughty going on. And I was also very young. I think I was eight years old. I didn’t have the raucous time that the counselors [are having in Wet Hot.] They’re like sixteen to eighteen, but of course they’re 35–45-year-olds playing that. Thirty-five playing sixteen is totally normal.

So, besides watching Wet Hot American Summer all weekend, what’s the one piece of culture you’ll feel good about consuming?
My daughter Nova and I are driving up to my mom’s house in Connecticut. Maybe you guys aren’t getting points for that, but I’m going to see my mom so I am. And we’re going to watch the Tig Notaro documentary [Tig on Netflix]. She’s one of our friends and I adore her and was there with her through her difficult times. I’m so happy that this documentary is getting such great reception. I think that those two pieces of cultural nourishment will complement each other.

What else will you guys do in the country?
In Connecticut, we have a good old-fashioned baby playdate. My mom has bought a sandbox that she would like us to come up and try. My daughter is nine months old so this is kind of a big deal. We’re going to be doing a lot of sand work. There is a wading pool that will happen. We do some hiking and walking. There’s about five dogs up at my mom’s house so we’re going to bring our dog into the mix and make it six. She also has birds we’re going to see. She has quail that she rescued from people who hunt quail. It’s like a lot of animals, sand, water. All the elements, basically.

Sounds really elemental.
Yeah, it’s really cool. And you know when you go to a country house, there’s always cooking. It’s always like, what are we cooking next? You finish lunch. You’re like, all right! Let’s cook dinner!

 

This interview has been condensed and edited.

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The whole concept of dressing/eating/child-rearing/what-have-you “like a French girl” has caught a fair amount of flak recently. Lynn Yaeger even made the case for not gravitating to that now-cliché, effortless je ne sais quoi: “Will you ever stop wondering how it is that a Parisienne is able to sail into Monoprix, drop 100 euro,” she questions, “and emerge looking like Catherine Deneuve in Belle de Jour?” No, Lynn, no, we won’t stop wondering! We’re screenshotting her as we speak and putting it in a folder titled “French Girl Style Inspo.”

Plus, who are we kidding? It’s nice to dream. No matter how hard one tries to embrace their homegrown style of tank tops and boat shoes or Independence Day–appropriate American-flag bikinis, there’s always the image of that one Parisian girl that is très transfixing: She’s sauntering around the city with a two-day-old, tousled unwashed mane and teeth that are just perfectly imperfect, one of those mesh supermarché bags in tow, and then immediately heading to a hazy, underground club where she is flanked by gyrating, beautiful people all night long. And she looks great—always while wearing a vague mash-up of something loungy, something dressed-up, something baggy, and something tight. Look: There’s no shame in wanting to possess that French girl shtick, because what that French girl shtick comes down to is basically “looking hot but never trying.”

So why not just embrace your amour for the messy French belles and all of their devil-may-care descriptors already? Love how they gracefully chomp down on escargot while wearing a beret? Purchase a can from Stop & Shop and a topper! Love how Brigitte Bardot always manages to maintain a come-hither pose with half-pursed lips in every photo—and every film? Buy a mirror and get to practicing! Or maybe you simply like how Françoise Hardy slouches but still has an enticing allure? Get your Quasimodo on (he’s French, too)! (Just kidding, please stand up straight: You can sling a leg over the arm of your chair or something for some of that trademark insouciance.) Or maybe it’s social media’s modern-day human #FrenchGirlStyle Pinterest board, Jeanne Damas, and how she wears lipstick that never smudges off. Well, try a waterproof swipe yourself.

It’s easy to get obsessed with the nation’s leading ladies—old and new. But they don’t care! So neither should you—in that chic, slightly unattainable way. So emulate them as much as you want, and don’t listen to anyone else: Is that not, at its core, the most truly American thing to do? Throw on a loose boyfriend-style button-down, a tight pair of skinnies, low-heeled booties, a neck scarf and call it a day with your perfected, laid-back French girl uniform. Even if you find yourself far away from Le Marais this Fourth of July, sipping on a bottle of something domestic and holding a hormone-injected hot dog, you’ll still look chic—just try to avoid getting ketchup on that marinière while you capture your Bardot pout for Instagram.



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Être Cécile x Man Repeller printed cotton T-shirt, $ 84; mytheresa.com; Living Proof instant texture mist, $ 26; livingproof.com; Aspinal of London plain passport cover, $ 70; harrods.com

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Morgan Lane Dana bra, $ 125; ouihours.com

Fogal opaque tights, $ 36; selfridges.com

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A Common Space embroidered collar blouse, $ 58; acommonspace.com; S Max Mara Desio hat, $ 172; matchesfashion.com; Cos striped pocket cardigan, $ 19, cosstores.com; Cos, NYC, 212.389.1247; Bonpoint Jupe skirt, price upon request, for information: bonpoint.com, Bonpoint, NYC, 212.879.0900

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Les Anis de Flavigny rose flavored hard candy, $ 10; amazon.com; Pastiglie Leone Assorted Fruit Flavors Candy Mints in Retro Box, $ 6; touchofeurope.net; Shadow River Wild Huckleberry Gourmet Licorice Candy, $ 16, amazon.com; Les Anis de Flavigny rose flavored hard candy, $ 10; amazon.com; Raspberry French Hard Candy L’Ami Provencal Hard Candy, $ 13; amazon.com

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Lisa Marie Fernandez Arden Flounce bikini, $ 445; modaoperandi.com; Lisa Marie Fernandez Yasmin terry cotton swimsuit, $ 421; harrods.com; Lisa Marie Fernandez Poppy button high-waist bikini, $ 390; modaoperandi.com

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Gianvito Rossi patchwork suede sandal, $ 950; net-a-porter.com

Chinti and Parker printed striped cotton-jersey T-shirt, $ 115; net-a-porter.com

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Lanvin Swarovski gunmetal-tone crystal clip earrings, $ 650; net-a-porter.com; Paco Rabanne chainmail mini dress, $ 4,850; brownsfashion.com; Paco Rabanne 14#01 Cabas tote, $ 3,290; barneys.com

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Loewe the Barcelona bag, price upon request, for information: loewe.com; MSGM organza-paneled gingham tweed jacket, $ 225; net-a-porter.com; Haider Ackermann patent- and textured-leather straight-leg pants, $ 2,420; net-a-porter.com; Tabitha Simmons shadow suede ankle boot, $ 795; net-a-porter.com; Anthony Vaccarello striped-silk Mousseline blouse, $ 1,070; net-a-porter.com

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Saint Laurent embroidered cotton-voile mini dress, $ 1,914; net-a-porter.com; Givenchy Le Rouge N205 couture edition 15, $ 36; sephora.com; Gianvito Rossi patent-leather Mary Jane pump, $ 362; mytheresa.com

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Celeste 2007, $ 22; winesfromspainusa.com

Miu Miu embellished satin mule, $ 850; net-a-porter.com

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Inouitoosh scarf, price upon request, for information: inouitoosh.com; Donni Charm Gigi scarf, price upon request, or information: barneys.com, Barneys, NYC, 212.826.8900; Hermès California Thalassa beach towel in White/Orange, $ 1,300; usa.hermes.com

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Sleepy Jones Marina shirt dress, $ 178; sleepyjones.com

Repetto Cendrillon ballerina, $ 216; repetto.com

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Hot dogs, hot music usher in July 4 weekend

Fom left to right, spectators Mary Ann Rollings, Gloria Kelley, Linda Stacey and Eileen Bitter pose for a photo before rehearsal for the annual Boston Pops orchestra Fourth of July concert on the Esplanade in Boston, Friday, July 3, 2015. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)As the nation gears up to celebrate America's birthday, here are some Fourth of July highlights from around the country:



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Weekend at the Cape – Apathy

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Two Literary Thrillers to Read on the Beach This Weekend

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The allure of traveling alone summons the thrill of anonymity: In a place where no one knows your name, you’re free to be anyone at all. Vendela Vida has built a career writing about women lost in translation, Americans on leave from themselves in places like the Philippines, Lapland, and Turkey. In her Casablanca-set latest, The Diver’s Clothes Lie Empty (Ecco), an unnamed tourist’s backpack is stolen as she checks into her hotel—an inside job, most likely, given the reaction of the hotel staff. When the police turn up a bag belonging to someone else, insisting it’s hers, she takes the path of least resistance and claims it. Using another woman’s passport and credit cards to check into a luxury hotel, she meets a Hollywood actress filming on location. One bad decision leads to another, one impersonation builds on another, and before she knows it, she has a job as the actress’s double. By the time the source of the narrator’s dispossession is revealed, it’s almost immaterial: The real mystery, echoed in references to Paul Bowles and Michelangelo Antonioni—one that feels freshly resonant in our image-obsessed time—is a philosophical one: What happens when we release the tethers of identity altogether? Vida’s clipped, enigmatic style and on-the-lam story will resonate with anyone who’s ever used another culture to get lost in, though one wishes she’d finally cut loose a little, like her heroine.



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After 70 years of anonymity, the Arab murdered on a sunny beach in Albert Camus’s classic novel, The Stranger, gets a name—Musa—and a novel of his own. Narrated by Musa’s younger brother, Harun, in retrospect, Algerian journalist Kamel Daoud’s searing debut, The Meursault Investigation (Other), isn’t simply a postcolonial reimagining, but an allegory of his own country and time. Harun’s attempts to avenge his brother have also made him a murderer, a stranger in a land caught between “Allah and ennui.” A best-seller in France and a finalist for the Prix Goncourt, Daoud’s novel has the magnetism of its forebear, but its themes of voicelessness and rage feel utterly present day.

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Windswept or Braided? Lily Aldridge, Beyoncé, and Adriana Lima Master the Weekend Ponytail

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Is there anything that captures the steamy, carefree days of summer quite like a good ponytail? With its distinctively girlish charm and outdoorsy athleticism, the youthful style defines cheekbones, reveals swaths of sun-kissed skin, and looks that much better when rumpled by a summer breeze. Case in Point: In New York City last week, Adriana Lima shared a selfie featuring the Statue of Liberty and a casual, windblown ponytail (expertly paired with a set of Wayfarer-inspired shades and a nude pout). Thick and swingy are the best descriptors of Lily Aldridges recent take on the look, which she accessorized with round sunglasses, a smile, and a backdrop of summery green. And Beyoncé cemented her golden status by way of a high plaited pony—slicked back, fastened, and braided to perfection. Here, three takes on the look that will inspire you to tie one on this weekend.

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The Best Swimwear for a Hot Summer Weekend

Photographed by Ellen von Unwerth, Vogue, May 1998

Spending your Friday slumped over in your frigid cubicle, twiddling your thumbs, and longfully looking out the window at passersby? Perfect! Let’s use this time to plan your great escape: a weekend of basking in the sun’s rays with the beau, friends, or solo.

The first step? A swimsuit. Whether or not you’re jumping into the water, you can use it to create a look with some well-chosen additions. “A bathing suit is not just a bathing suit. Want to head from brunch to the beach? Wear it under overalls like a bodysuit,” says Vogue.com Market Editor Chelsea Zalopany. “Also, try an unorthodox coverup; instead of a caftan, wear a light sweater to go with bare legs, or a dress that could easily translate your look to nighttime.” As for the most important accessory of all? A great attitude to kick off your sand-strewn weekend. After all—it’s summer!



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Eugenia Kim Delilah hat, $ 425; for information: marissacollections.com; Topshop Moto boyfriend dungarees, $ 90; us.topshop.com; Oscar de la Renta cutout floral jacquard-jersey swimsuit, $ 266; theoutnet.com

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LeSwim Formentera black, $ 250; shop.leswim.it;
Madison Harding Raquel, $ 165; madisonharding.com

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Monserat de Lucca Pomecita straw tote, $ 100; calypsostbarth.com; Literary Art Kindle Fire Case, $ 10; uncommongoods.com;
Hermès yachting beach towel in turquoise, $ 230; usa.hermes.com

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Clinique Self Sun Body Tinted Lotion, $ 23; sephora.com; Made by Dawn traveler ruffled-trim bikini top, $ 116; matchesfashion.com; Made by Dawn petal low-rise bikini briefs, $ 102; matchesfashion.com

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Loewe x John Allen beach towel, $ 795; en.colette.fr; Eres android avatar cutout swimsuit, $ 575; net-a-porter.com

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Tibi satin poplin crepe white tie top, $ 159; modaoperandi.com; Tomas Maier bandeau bikini, $ 189; tomasmaier.com; Cole Haan mesi sandal, $ 90; colehaan.com; Rag & Bone cutoff denim shorts, $ 175; stylebop.com

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Onia Kelly one-piece, $ 195; onia.com; AmorePacific Natural Protector SPF 30, $ 65; bloomingdales.com

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Acne Studios Mustang sunglasses, $ 330; mytheresa.com; Hunter Original adjustable bucket hat, $ 55; us.hunterboots.com; Zimmermann porcelain quilted tri bikini, $ 280; matchesfashion.com; Compamia Pacific sling chaise lounge, $ 558; serenityhealth.com

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Marysia Swim Broadway scallop-edge swimsuit, $ 377; matchesfashion.com; AmorePacific Resort Collection Sun Protection Stick SPF 50+, $ 40; sephora.com

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S Max Mara Cosa hat, $ 185; matchesfashion.com; Stella Jean cervo swimsuit, $ 425; modaoperandi.com

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Norma Kamali Butterfly Mio ruched swimsuit, $ 295; net-a-porter.com; Miu Miu “Noir” glitter cat-eye acetate sunglasses, $ 405; nuji.com; Liberty pink blossom lined journal, $ 32; liberty.co.uk

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Paleta cold-pressed juices, $ 79; paleta.com

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Joe Fresh hula bandeau bikini top, $ 16; joefresh.com; Joe Fresh hula hipster bikini bottom, $ 14; joefresh.com; Dorothy Perkins pink flower hair clip, $ 5; us.dorothyperkins.com

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Warby Parker Downing, $ 95; warbyparker.com; Made by Dawn Petal 2 one-piece Cloudbreak, $ 233; madebydawn.com

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Jennifer Fisher knot gold-plated choker, $ 495; net-a-porter.com; Sinesia Karol crochet Andrea cutaway maillot swimsuit, $ 391; for information: sinesiastore.com

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Marysia exclusive plunge full-piece swimsuit, $ 318; intermixonline.com; Basta Surf Tina handwoven straw hat, $ 195; modaoperandi.com; Madewell Turkish-T beach candy towel, $ 50; madewell.com

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Dope’s Shameik Moore Shares His Big Weekend Plans

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You know how if you do just one culturally enriching thing each weekend, you end up feeling really, really good about yourself, and totally justified spending the rest of it fully vegging out. That’s why we’re bringing you the Weekend Agenda: Every Friday we’ll ask the people we most adore to share their weekend plans, and that one cultural thing they’ll be bragging about having done come Monday.

Next up: Shameik Moore, who stars as the flattop-rocking, nineties-hip-hop-loving geek Malcolm in Rick Famuyiwa’s Sundance megahit Dope, hitting theaters today. We caught up with the actor over the phone from the set of his new project, The Get Down, Baz Luhrmann’s Netflix series about the early days of hip-hop (are we sensing a theme?).

Read on to find out how Moore got tight with A$ AP Rocky, why he can only enjoy movies alone, and what he’s got going on for the next 48 hours.



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Filming Dope looked like a lot of fun! Who did you get particularly tight with from the cast?
[A$ AP] Rocky has become like a big brother to me. Like for real. He really takes care of me. It’s cool. Mostly he tells me: Don’t rush anything. Just take my time and do it right. I want to show everybody what I’m capable of. I have to do it in the right way at the right time. He’s just helping me keep my head on straight, not get lost in the industry.

This is a huge breakout role for you. How’d you land the part? Were you in shock?
I was under pressure, like real, real pressure. Everyone was like, yo, you have an opportunity to be in a movie for real! Like the lead of the thing. You gotta go there and kill it.

Did you kill it?
I went and I actually messed up the first time. I wasn’t centered. I was nervous. But [director] Rick [Famuyiwa] already saw the audition tape and knew I could do better. He was like, you gotta come back tomorrow and let it go, be in the moment, be free. We want you over here. We want you to kill it. I went home, meditated, read the script again, called in an acting coach just to put in some professional touch-ups, and I went back the next day and booked it. It was meant to be. I really learned how to be the leading man. I’m beyond thankful. I’m on the phone with Vogue for an interview! That’s crazy! You don’t know. That’s so crazy.

My whole thing is: I want to affect history in a positive way. I want the timeline to be: 100 years from now when we look back, it’s going to be like, the world was like this, and then Shameik Moore hit the world, and everything changed for the better. It was a new light. Something special.

You’re ambitious! What could you relate to most in Malcolm?
I think that he embraces himself. He embraces the fact that he can play guitar. He embraces the fact that he’s a geek to the community. He embraces the fact that he’s a little shy, or that he likes nineties hip-hop. He operates with that positive mind frame.  And I really relate to that. I keep my head up. I’m comfortable in my skin. I want to see progression in life, with myself and with others around me.
 
Did you pick up any style tips from him?
Yeah for sure. I started buttoning up my shirts all the way to the top.

I hear that you got your start dancing in music videos and that you also make some music of your own. Is it anything like your band in the movie?
My music is way more R&B. My album is going to be called Positive Vibes. You got the exclusive! That’s going to come out at the top of the year. I’m going to talk about everything that gives me positive vibes, from success, to being happy, to living, to hanging with my homies. Everything that makes me happy. I’m going to make some great music that everybody can vibe to. I’m also putting out a project called 30058 through my website. That’s my zip code where I grew up in Atlanta. It’s real-life stories about me. I actually recorded it [with producer T Black] before I booked Dope. Now the movie’s coming out so I feel like it’s only right to put out the project that I was working on at that time. It’s going to shock everybody. It’s going to make everyone look forward to the album.

What’s the big thing on your cultural agenda this weekend?
I love watching action movies. I love 007. I can’t wait for the new James Bond movie to come out. And I can’t wait for Superman and Batman to come out, too.

But those aren’t out yet. What about this weekend? Maybe Jurassic World?
Yeah, I’m not really into the dinosaur thing. But I need to check it out because I hear a lot of hype on it and what not. I need to check it out first. I need to be more aware of what it is. I’m looking forward to Jurassic World. Dope is first, but then Jurassic World. Thank you!

Who do you go to the movies with?
I go by myself a lot, honestly. I don’t like going to the movies with people that talk a lot. They want to have a conversation or something. Don’t you hate that? Maybe you don’t. Are you a talker in the movies?
 
I’m totally a talker.
I gotta focus. I can only talk in the movies if I saw the movie already.

What else do you spend your weekends doing?

I’m on set all week. A typical weekend is a gem for me: hanging out with some of my costars, meditating, watching material, getting my mind ready, keeping it in the seventies for this project I’m working on with Baz Luhrmann. It captures the original moment of hip-hop, when it was called the Get Down, and disco was really popular. I’m watching a lot of old breakdancing clips, movies like Wild Style. This documentary called The Freshest Kids. Listening to people like Kurtis Blow. My character is from the Bronx, so I’m really focusing on what a New Yorker is. I’m out here. I’ll be in a car, looking out at the streets, how people are communicating with each other, how people drive and honk their horns, how fast the taxis are, how people just move over in the lanes. You gotta be New York. Doing everything to keep me in that mindset—that’s what I’m doing on the weekends. As I’m chilling!

This interview has been condensed and edited.

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Back in 2010 I called two friends from my hometown of Overland Park, Kansas with an idea for a charity poker tournament. The friends were Paul Rudd and Jason Sudeikis, and the goal was to have fun with our family and friends while raising $ 50K or so for Children’s Mercy Hospital. It took nine weeks to plan. I named the event Big Slick, and celebrated as year one exceeded expectations both in regard to total money raised and the generosity of all those involved — including friends like Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, George Wendt and Will Forte who flew in for the cause.

This weekend marks the 6th annual Big Slick Celebrity Weekend fundraiser. It’s also Father’s Day. And while the holiday overlap wasn’t intentional, it beautifully highlights everything Big Slick has grown to be about over the past five years. The event has increased in size, awareness, donations and celebrity attendance, but it still remains all about family: those families impacted by childhood illness and seeking care from the incredible doctors and team at Children’s Mercy; as well as my own family — and those of fellow co-hosts Paul Rudd, Jason Sudeikis, David Koechner and Eric Stonestreet — who volunteer countless hours to make Big Slick and the more than $ 2.2MM it’s raised (a record $ 1MM in 2014) possible.

Throughout the months leading up to Big Slick, it really is a familial effort that makes it all happen. My sister Julie and brother-in-law Mark are on the organization board along with Paul’s mother and sister, Jason’s mom, David’s sister, Eric’s sister… not to mention volunteer committees full of countless childhood and college friends. It’s an annual family reunion of sorts that keeps us connected to our roots, introduces new friends to a city that we love, rallies the entire region around charity and continually humbles and inspires us — all while having fun.

The fun of Big Slick weekend includes a variety of fundraising events ranging from celebrity vs. celebrity softball on the field at Royals’ Kaufman Stadium to song and dance numbers and high-ticket auction items. However, the best part of the weekend is always away from the crowds. It’s the hours spent in the halls at Children’s Mercy. Those moments in the hospital are also what brings us, all the volunteers and our celebrity friends — most of whom have no personal connection to Kansas City or the Midwest — back to support Big Slick year after year. Once you meet the children and their parents, hear their stories, meet the nurses and staff… there’s no denying that it’s worth taking the weekend to help these individuals — even if it means being away from your own kids on Father’s Day in order to support these fathers.

There’s an incredible documentary called Inside Pediatrics that was filmed at Children’s Mercy last year, narrated by Paul Rudd and including a glimpse of Big Slick weekend. Whether you’re familiar with the Kansas City area or not, it’s a moving look at the current work being done in child medicine and the challenges faced by our neighbors impacted by illness. It’s what inspires me. This Father’s Day or any day — whether in your hometown or current town — I encourage you to find what inspires you to act. Making a difference could start with something as simple as an idea and phone call. To learn more about Big Slick, visit BigSlickKC.org or Crowdrise.com/BigSlick.

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Zoe Food
Via Felice Venezian 24
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Inside the bar-delicatessen and prize-winning organic restaurant Zoe Food, it’s like being in New York. The atmosphere is informal but informed. It’s highly cultured on the theme of organic nutrition and the like. If after having read the menu on the blackboard there are any remaining doubts about the bagels, spirulina or the crystals in the water jugs, just ask the bubbly owner Celina Anna Fiori or consult Zoepedia. While you’ll be spoiled between vegan and vegetarian dishes, egg dishes and plates of ham, cheese, salmon or pastrami, are also available. Consider it a luxury

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Via di Cavana 13/a
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Salita di Gretta 5
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Via Pozzo del Mare 1
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Eppinger
Via Dante 2/b
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Urban Hotel
Androna Chiusa 4
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The Slowness Of Umberto

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Via San Nicolò 30
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