Catey Shaw talks coming out, finding herself & the Brooklyn spirit

The ‘Brooklyn Girls’ singer talks coming out, finding herself, and Brooklyn spirit.

1. Jasper Johns

'Jasper was soft, beautiful, lean, and poetic,' wrote Robert Rauschenberg, one of the most important artists of the 20th …

By Fred Bernstein

15. Philip Johnson's Glass House

Most architects struggle to satisfy clients; Philip Johnson, wealthy and self-assured, lavished his best work on …

By Fred Bernstein

19. Paul Lynde

'I'm Liberace without a piano,' Paul Lynde once said. It could have been on one of his TV specials, or a '70s talk show …

By Mike Albo

36. Meeting James Baldwin

In 1979, Delacorte Books -- publisher of best-selling authors like James Clavell and Stephen King and literary authors …

By Felice Picano

America Runs on Thom Browne

Thom Browne has always been disciplined. But his discipline has a touch of mania about it. From the age of 9 through to …

By Aaron Hicklin

68. The Ballad of Sexual Dependency by Nan Goldin

In the 1980s, to this alienated kid from Kansas, New York City promised a glamorous escape. Media representations of the …

By Scott Heim

Rostam Batmanglij: Interview with a Vampire

In the spring of 2006, Columbia University senior Rostam Batmanglij was entertaining literary society parties with his …

By Elizabeth Goodman

75. Divine

To err is human, but to be big, boisterous, and funny is Divine. Fatty Arbuckle crossed with Liz Taylor, Divine peppered …

By Michael Musto

79. The Cockettes

Crazy as it seems to suggest that a ragtag bunch of acid-head hippie queens affected the course of American culture, …

By Guy Trebay

Need To Know: V V Brown

V V Brown's debut album topped the charts in France -- and came close in her native England -- but, as she recently …

By Joseph Hassan

Ke$ha in Concert

Ke$ha is a hot mess. And she loves it. …

By Andrew Wailes

First Look: Gaga's "Telephone" Video

By Noah Michelson

Filthy and Gorgeous: Ewan McGregor Takes to the Cover of Out's March Issue

Photo: Matthias Vriens-McGrath …

By Noah Michelson

Making Borscht for Mailer

In the midst of winter 2004, Norman Mailer decided he wanted borscht. Not any borscht, but a borscht he remembered from …

By Aaron Hicklin

Catching Up with Charles Busch

The Tony-nominated playwright and actor Charles Busch is lounging in his Greenwich Village apartment. It's early on a …

By Dustin Fitzharris