Robin Wright Penn Returns, and Other Culture Highlights From This Week’s New York

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In this week's culture-packed "Fall Preview" issue of New York, Mary Kaye Schilling talks to The Private Lives of Pippa Lee's Robin Wright Penn. Adam Sternbergh and Miranda Siegel help you plan your next three months. Logan Hill chats with An Education's Carey Mulligan, Extract director Mike Judge, and Where the Wild Things Are adapter Dave Eggers. Jada Yuan raps with Glee's Lea Michele. Boris Kachka interviews Jonathan Lethem on his new Chronic City. Erica Orden gets the details, sort of, from Ben Silverman on his new production company. Emma Rosenblum chats up Bye Bye Birdie's Gina Gershon and The Good Wife's Christine Baranski. Stephanie Zacharek makes the case for After Miss Julie's Sienna Miller. Tim Murphy endorses the Drums. Dan Kois interviews Lorrie Moore about her new A Gate at the Stairs. Josh Eells warns us about the upcoming slate of albums by old rappers. Will Leitch talks to Community's Joel McHale and Chevy Chase. Karen Schoemer recommends you go see the Met's Looking In: Robert Frank's 'The Americans'. Rebecca Milzoff talks to Juliette Binoche, dancer. Justin Davidson raps with Maya Lin about her Museum of Chinese in America. Lizzy Goodman celebrates a trio of wild pop-making ladies. Jesse Green chats with Fela! star Sahr Ngaujah. Emily Nussbaum pens an ode to Whip It director Drew Barrymore. And lots more!