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  1. The Man Who Built Gotham and Tim Burton’s ‘Batman&rsq...

    Mike Powell

    Mark Jones was working at a computer shop an hour outside London when he got a chance to visit the first and last movie set he has ever seen in his life. It was 1989: Tim Burton's Batman had wrapped but hadn't been released, and J...

    Blog | November 25, 2014
  2. The Andy Greenwald Podcast: Gerard Way

    Andy Greenwald

    Over the last decade, I've interviewed Gerard Way in Brooklyn coffee shops, Niagara Falls hockey arenas, and Milan hotel rooms. But I've never seen him happier or more relaxed than he was this summer, when we sat down in the Grantland studi...

    Blog | September 30, 2014
  3. Songs of the Week: Rae Sremmurd, Raury, Ted Leo and Aimee Mann, a...

    Amos Barshad

    Much like Michelangelo after the Sistine Chapel, Rae Sremmurd must now ask themselves: Where does one go after perfection? "No Flex Zone" was an immaculately breezy summer jam, and we've been crafting shrines to it in our closets all s...

    Blog | August 29, 2014
  4. New Emmys Promo: Two Meth Dealers and a Vice-President Walk Into ...

    Emily Yoshida

    The golden age of TV may be on the decline, but the platinum age of sneak peeks and bonus material is still going strong, and now the Emmy Awards themselves are getting in on the action. They've enlisted 2014 nominees Bryan Cranston, Aaron ...

    Blog | August 20, 2014
  5. The Incredible ‘Outlander’ Merch Shop (and Attendant ...

    Emily Yoshida

    Have you seen this show Outlander? It's about a lady who touches a rock that sends her back to the good old days, when men were men and men wore skirts that were full enough to shield you from the Highland rains like the protective wings of a se...

    Blog | August 13, 2014
  6. Exit Through the Coffee Shop: The Absurdist Art of ‘Nathan ...

    Molly Lambert

    Last night Comedy Central aired the "Dumb Starbucks" episode of Nathan for You, the culmination of a joke that took six months to pay off. In February, Nathan Fielder first announced he was the one responsible for the sudden appearance of a...

    Blog | July 30, 2014
  7. Jamal Crawford Is Trying to Keep Seattle’s Basketball Dream...

    David Vertsberger

    On July 20, in the lobby of the the Royal Brougham Pavilion, on the campus of Seattle Pacific University, a T-shirt vendor began to set up shop. One design read "Back to Seattle" in the form of the Back to the Future logo. Another had ...

    Blog | July 23, 2014
  8. Bake Shop Mailbag: James Dolan Meltdowns, Tinder Swipes, and Alex...

    Katie Baker

    What were the odds of a full-blown Dolan meltdown if Melo left? -Daniel S. Imagine what a Dolan meltdown would be like - so many late-night phone calls to Isiah, so much moody free jazz, so many days spent staring blankly at the...

    Blog | July 11, 2014
  9. A Conversation With Neil deGrasse Tyson About 'Cosmos,'...

    Rembert Browne

    This morning, I sat in a coffee shop in Manhattan's Tribeca neighborhood questioning the decision to wear the youth XL NASA polo I acquired upon visiting the National Space Hall of Fame last summer in Alamogordo, New Mexico...

    Blog | June 09, 2014
  10. It’s So Hard to Say Good-bye

    Katie Baker

    Last year, most MLB teams gave Mariano Rivera parting gifts on his farewell tour, and it seems like more of the same is in store for Derek Jeter this season. Is this something that you think would ever happen in the NHL? If it didn't really happ...

    Blog | May 16, 2014
  11. Lily Allen Was Offered a 'Game of Thrones' Role, But It...

    Zach Dionne

    Lily Allen, whose brother is evidently Theon Greyjoy on Game of Thrones, was originally asked to play Theon's warrior sister, Yara. "I felt uncomfortable because I would have had to go on a horse and he would have touched me up and shit,&qu...

    Blog | May 14, 2014
  12. Losing Yourself All Over Again

    Amos Barshad

    Few cities have as rich a cultural and sporting history as Detroit. From the '80s Pistons to Bob Seger, Eminem to Miguel Cabrera, the Motor City is a rich tapestry of compelling figures, unbelievable moments, and uniquely American ingenuity...

    Blog | April 16, 2014
  13. Mistakes Were Made

    Charles P. Pierce

    All the trouble really started when they played up here. In 1932, George Preston Marshall, a truly odious fellow, was awarded a National Football League franchise after the Newark Tornadoes folded. He set up shop in Boston in the same stadium that wa...

    Blog | April 09, 2014
  14. This Sweetness Will Not Be Concerned With Me: A Day at Music Prod...

    Ian Cohen

    Mark Trombino is in the business of legitimizing guilty pleasures - the cultured aesthete may scoff "too cloying," "kid stuff," "not recommended more than twice a week," and they could not be more wrong. But enough about the records he produced...

    Blog | December 17, 2013
  15. The Genius of the Ron Burgundy Press Tour

    Tess Lynch

    A regional inevitability in Los Angeles is finding yourself at The Grove. Maybe you need something that is only available at one of The Grove's many shops, or you're starving and brain-blocked and are enticed by the options of the farmers market, or ...

    Blog | November 26, 2013
  16. Katie Baker's November Bake Shop

    Katie Baker

    Would you rather see your favorite team hoist the Cup or your home country capture Olympic glory? Plus, questions on wedding etiquette, bullying in sports, and New York FANdom in this month's Bake Shop!

    Story | Conversation | November 05, 2013