“It’s the art world I gravitate to more than any other world. Acting’s just the day job.”
“I love seeing the outcasts of society all bonding together.”
The erstwhile Fiery Furnace talks tennis, performing with Patti Smith, and more.
“I’m having more fun than I’ve ever known before.”
“I’m so over fetishizing the nineties!”
“I’ve never heard his music, to tell you the truth. I don’t know if I like it or not.”
In which she expounds on her fear of Brooklyn, says she works out for Orange Is the New Black because "all that fingering — you need strong triceps," and is a supremely entertaining companion.
“I don’t believe, but I don’t not believe, you know?”
The gospel legend ices up her knee and dishes on the Obamas.
“We’re just here, you’re meeting with us, and that’s it. Who knows what happens to us next.”
The nonstop birthday party of music’s most productive producer.
Finding meaning in tragedy with the thrill-seeking journalist.
Finger painting with SNL’s favorite ditz impersonator.
“The other night I went on, and this promoter yelled, ‘Break a leg, baby.’ I was like, ‘Would you call Dave Attell baby?’ ”
The scene-stealing author on the Bored to Death movie, nudity, and more.
41 minutes with the vanguard composer and former Velvet before an orchestra-backed nostalgia-tour stop at BAM.
The face of the West Memphis Three is now a painter and newbie tattoo artist.
9,502 minutes with the pop superstar.
“Like everybody sane, when I first hear about Twitter, I was like, ‘That’s the dumbest thing I have ever heard of.’ ”
At home with the ribald Girls star who wants to be known for her other art.
“This dude needs a lesson. That is not dosa.”
The octogenarian tough guy and great curmudgeon is also an overeager weight lifter.
“This is packing, is it not? This is packing.”
The 'Bridesmaids' star walks us through a few episodes of old-school sitcoms, and blushes when George Costanza gets us talking masturbation.
The single "Take Me Over" certainly sounds like a melding of Men at Work and Fleetwood Mac.