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rosalía rocks a monobrow in her brand new music video

Everyone’s favourite R&B-infused flamenco singer is back… and this time she has a monobrow! Yep, that’s right: Rosalía has released a video for her brand new single ‘A Palé’’, the first track she’s dropped since this summer’s ‘Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi’. The video sees her dancing in an industrial park, before being fed…

The Jean-Georges Recipe for Restaurants

On Monday, May 13, Jean-Georges Vongerichten got into a car outside his apartment in the West Village and asked to be taken to the airport. It would have been an odd time to leave town: The next day he was opening a new restaurant, the Fulton, in Lower Manhattan, on the waterfront facing Brooklyn. But…

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads

AdvertisementSupported byBy Kaly SotoOct. 11, 2019Welcome to the weekend. Snow in the Northern Plains, a superstorm in Japan, fighting in Syria and a fast-paced impeachment inquiry — so much to keep up with. Here are some other amazing stories you may have passed right by during this busy week.____ImageCreditDenise Lu and Nadja Popovich/The New York…

watch the trailer for netflix’s oscar-contending supernatural coming-of-age romance

This article originally appeared on i-D UK.Imagine waking up one morning to find the person you loved had mysteriously disappeared. That’s the premise of Atlantics, the new, spectral coming-of-age love story coming to Netflix later this year. The directorial debut from French actor Mati Diop, Atlantics follows 17-year-old Ada: a Senegalese girl torn between Souleiman,…

As Sea Levels Rise, So Do Ghost Forests

Moises Velasquez-Manoff, a New York Times contributor, and Gabriella Demczuk, a photographer, traveled to ghost forests in the eastern United States. Ms. Demczuk used seawater collected at each site to create salt prints, a 19th-century technique. Up and down the mid-Atlantic coast, sea levels are rising rapidly, creating stands of dead trees — often bleached,…

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