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    After Her Sugar Sphinx, Kara Walker Is a Whole Different Kind of Public FigureAnd she’s figuring out a whole new approach to public art.
  2. Andrew Rannells Is Happy to Play Gay Men (As Long As They’re Not Too Relatable)On the eve of the Girls finale, the actor recounts his audition horror stories, the anal-sex tutorial he led on set, and the roles he’s being offered.
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    How David Letterman Became a Gen-X IconHe bailed out of his own jokes and committed to a lack of commitment.
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    The Writer of Groundhog Day Has Been Living His Movie for the Past 24 YearsFor Danny Rubin, who wrote the beloved movie and the new musical, every day is Groundhog Day.
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    Jenny Slate Talks About Her Breakup With Chris EvansShe’s got two new films and a new home and, oh, by the way, she’s fresh off a split with Captain America.
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    Comic Book Icon Todd McFarlane (Still) Answers to No OneThe brash artist once revolutionized comic books. More than 25 years later, his business is different, but his attitude isn’t.
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    David Letterman on Life After TV, Late Night Today, and the Man He Calls Trumpy“How’s this interview going? Do you think you’re talking to a normal person here?”
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    At 70, Sally Field Gets Her Dream RoleThe actress has coveted the part of Amanda in The Glass Menagerie for years. As it turns out, she’s tackling it on Broadway at just the right moment.
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    Video Games Are Better Than Real LifeMany Americans have replaced work hours with game play — and ended up happier. Which wouldn’t surprise most gamers.
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    The Girls Writers Room on Putting Words in the Mouths of Hannah and Her Friends“Lena’s the kind of person who doesn’t realize it would hurt someone’s feelings to say, ‘I’d like to mock your songs on the show.’”
  11. 100 More Jokes That Shaped Modern ComedyA second look at bits, sketches, one-liners, and even modern art that have influenced American humor for the past 170 years.
  12. Talking to the Gatekeepers of TV ComedyThe network executives behind Atlanta, Transparent, and more discuss how they find new talent and the best way to pitch a show.
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    Archie’s Long, Dark Journey to RiverdaleHow a 76-year-old gang of teenagers wound up fighting the undead, meeting the Ramones, and starring in a sex-infused murder-mystery show on the CW.
  14. Billy Eichner Is Trying to Talk to YouThe Billy on the Street creator on screaming with purpose, comedy under Trump, and taking celebrities down a peg.
  15. Tom Hardy on Drawing His Characters and TabooTom Hardy has created another memorable hard-man character—as well as an orange cartoon cat named Marmalade.
  16. After Two Decades Away, Norman Lear Has a New TV ShowOn Netflix’s remake of One Day at a Time, the producer teams up with Mike Royce and Gloria Calderon Kellett, America’s first-ever Latina showrunner.
  17. How Children of Men Became a Dystopian MasterpieceThe overlooked 2006 film gets more relevant with every passing day.
  18. Who Didn’t Lose 2016?Our annual, extremely scientific bracket to determine who lost the least this year.
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    Seth Meyers Is Going to Tell You the Truth, One Trump Joke at a TimeNearly three years into the job, the Late Night host has finally found his voice.
  20. Seth Meyers Is Going to Tell You the Truth, One Trump Joke at a TimeNearly three years into the job, the Late Night host has finally found his voice.
  21. How Crash Crashed the OscarsAn oral history of a Best Picture shocker.
  22. Natalie Portman Is Jackie KennedyIn the midst of newfound political turmoil, the actress revives the First Lady, whose private resolve and public grace held the nation together.
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    Michael Chabon on His New Book and Donald TrumpThe Moonglow author spoke to New York about how much memoir needs to be in a memoir and saying a reluctant good-bye to President Obama.
  24. The Creator of Doctor Strange Will Not See You NowMarvel Comics legend Steve Ditko wants his work to stand for itself. If only it were that easy.
  25. The Creator of Doctor Strange Will Not See You NowMarvel Comics legend Steve Ditko wants his work to stand for itself. If only it were that easy.
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    Pusha T’s Mission to Help Hillary WinWhen the rapper was a kid, he skipped his class field trip to the White House. As an adult, he’s fighting to put the first female president in it.
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    Nico Tortorella Wants to Be ‘The Future Man’An energy-crystal healing session with the bisexual, “emotionally fluid,” totally sober star of TV’s Younger.
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    The 70 Greatest Conspiracy Theories in Pop-Culture HistoryFrom “Paul is dead” to “Stevie Wonder isn’t blind,” with a lot of Illuminati in between.
  29. Charlie Brooker on Trump and and the Internet“We’re all helplessly spiraling into corners and bellowing at each other. I miss everything being boring.”
  30. “Awkward Black Girl” Goes to HollywoodAt long last, Issa Rae’s HBO series has arrived. But she’s been quietly working to change the industry for years now.
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    You Can’t Go Home Again: On Set in Taiwan With Fresh Off the BoatIn the season-three premiere, the Huangs encounter a classic immigrant dilemma: the identity crisis.
  32. You Can’t Go Home Again: On Set in Taiwan With Fresh Off the BoatIn the season-three premiere, the Huangs encounter a classic immigrant dilemma: the identity crisis.
  33. Vince Staples Can See His Own DeathThe 23-year-old rap minimalist keeps a low profile, doesn’t drink or smoke, and makes mini-masterpieces that clock in at 30 minutes or less.
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    Conor Oberst Goes HomeAfter a nightmarish public controversy and some mysterious health ailments, the singer-songwriter has returned to Omaha and, hopefully, normalcy. 
  35. Conor Oberst Goes HomeAfter a nightmarish public controversy and some mysterious health ailments, the singer-songwriter has returned to Omaha and, hopefully, normalcy.
  36. For Better or Worse, Lou Reed Was Always Lou ReedFor better or worse, Lou Reed was always Lou Reed: a self-sabotaging, widely disliked man who gave voice to the unwanted and despised.
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    Greg Berlanti Knows the Secret to Superhero TVWith four successful shows, the veteran showrunner has found a way to make DC’s heroes succeed on the small screen.
  38. Greg Berlanti Knows the Secret to Superhero TVWith four successful shows, the veteran showrunner has found a way to make DC’s heroes succeed on the small screen.
  39. The Unsettled, Unsettling 2016 Oscar RaceControversy and uncertainty make this one of the most wide-open awards seasons in years.
  40. Amy Adams on Celebrity and Playing Janis JoplinThe actress is on a different planet from the one on which her peers exist — which is maybe also why she’s the perfect person to play ETs’ liaison.
  41. In Conversation With Colson WhiteheadThe author of The Underground Railroad on Oprah’s endorsement and avoiding clichés of the “Southern Novel of Black Misery.”
  42. Why Is It So Hard to Get Serial Drama Right in 2016?The medium that ushered in TV’s Golden Age is in a slump.
  43. THE POLITICS OF LENA DUNHAMTagging along with the ​Girls creator at the Democratic convention.
  44. On the Set of Jill Soloway’s Next Show, I Love DickInside the Transparent creator’s adaptation of a seemingly unadaptable, sexually charged, really quite strange cult novel.
  45. You Haven’t Seen Everything John Cho Can DoThe ​Star Trek Beyond​ actor on race, Mr. Sulu’s sexuality, and his magical weed-conjuring abilities.
  46. Paul Feig Wades Into the Gender Wars With His Ghostbusters RebootWith good intentions, he swears.
  47. The New Punctual Guns N’ RosesAxl, Slash, & Co. are back together, on tour, and finally doing what they should have been doing for the last two decades.
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    The New Punctual Guns N’ RosesAxl, Slash, & Co. are back together, on tour, and finally doing what they should have been doing for the last two decades.
  49. The Best Show on TV Is Crazy Ex-GirlfriendIt’s a comet passing through TV’s solar system, and we won’t see its like again soon.
  50. Constance Wu Doesn’t Want to Be Your “It” GirlThe Fresh Off the Boat star on being invisible in Hollywood, “mansplaining” executives, and never forgetting who you are.
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