Return of “the Punisher”Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein on how he got his career back on track.
When Did I Ever Refuse an Accommodation?Francis Ford Coppola discusses opening his latest hotel.
In God We MustWhy won’t the U.S. accept its atheists?
Lunch With Anwar IbrahimThe former Malaysian deputy prime minister discusses Shakespeare and his six years in prison.
“I Like Being Manipulated”Charlotte Gainsbourg discusses her music, her father, and her work with Lars von Trier.
Weird but Not WonderfulLionel Shriver reviews Miranda July’s It Chooses You.
Cash FlowHow rappers like Jay-Z have risen from do-rags to riches.
Power With GraceChristine Lagarde opens up about being the first woman to lead the IMF.
Still WatersDirector John Waters discusses staying in Baltimore, becoming a capitalist, and The Wire
The Amis PapersMartin Amis deserves a better biography than this.
Lunch With Donald KeeneWhy the U.S. academic became a Japanese citizen.
Perfectly FlawedIn defense of unlikable characters.
You Are What You MemeWhat Maru the cat says about us.
The Year of Reading DifferentlyWhat happened when I abandoned print for pixels.
Portrait of DeclineWillem de Kooning at the MoMA.
Lunch With Shaw-Lan WangA rare interview with the newspaper magnate and Lanvin baroness.
Lunch With Dustin HoffmanThe movie legend is loving his transition to TV.
In TandemThe Dardenne brothers discuss their latest film The Kid With a Bike.
Beyond The Art of FieldingWhy American novelists turn to sports.
Lunch With Zbigniew BrzezinskiThe former national security adviser explains why he’s worried about Obama’s approach to China.
King of the CastleGarry Kasparov on Vladimir Putin and why chess is simpler than politics.
People PersonMelinda Gates discusses her fight against global poverty.
Lunch With Amanda HarlechThe trendsetter discusses being a “muse” for Karl Lagerfeld, and the line between art and fashion.
Inside BaseballMichael Lewis and Billy Beane talk Moneyball.
The Rise of the MegacityJakarta, Lagos, and Sao Paolo, and other massive population centers are changing the way we think about cities.
Lunch With J. Crew CEO Mickey Drexler
He wears a wrinkly button-down shirt.
Lunch With Mitsuko UchidaThe Japanese concert pianist explains why she feels European.
Nixing In ChinaA Hong Kong opera faces censorship from Beijing.
Mingus via Mos DefHow pianist Robert Glasper fuses bebop with hip-hop.
It's Not Just TVHow HBO revolutionized television