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  “I hate the articles that are like, ‘And she ordered a burger!’” declares Aya Cash, the 33-year-old star of FX’s breakthrough comedy, You’re the Worst. “Like, who cares?” Cash sits across from me at her neighborhood spot, Boerum Hill’s Rucola, a small Italian restaurant on a brownstone-lined residential corner that she cops to visiting “once or twice a day.” It’s the kind of gray, drizzly October afternoon when your heart whispers, “It’s still summer,” but...
Remember those balmy days when we could all take leisurely walks in the sun, sipping on iced coffee without a care in the world? Yeah, those are long gone. It’s cold out now, which means we’re far more inclined to stay indoors while drinking our coffee. And that coffee? It’s not iced anymore. While iced drinks are just fine to drink out of a plastic to-go cup, hot beverages benefit from something a little...
Early in October, a young man named Kellon sat in a heavy wooden chair inside the deliberation room at the Red Hook Community Justice Center. He wore a black polo shirt, had perfect posture, and made direct eye contact. From the hallway, enthusiastic voices leaked into the room and competed with his low baritone.  “Can we shut the door?” Asking me was a courtesy. Kellon was already up, decisively shutting out the noise behind him.  “Everyone...
Arguably the most acclaimed figure in experimental electronic music over the past decade, Daniel Lopatin’s records as Oneohtrix Point Never have not only earned him punk rock credibility but also a truly impressive level of high-brow access. To wit: There have been museum performances at The Barbican in London and at MoMA here in New York and he’s collaborated with Antony Hegarty and worked on film scores for Sofia Coppola. This is a very...

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