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Recent articles by Jonah:

Kanye, Out West

What is the superstar doing in Wyoming? → Read More

Lots of Rich Men Tweet Like the President Now

From Goldman Sachs to Amazon to the Democratic contenders, older rich men are going wild online. → Read More

De’Andre Arnold on First Red Carpet: the ‘Kid With Dreads Is at the Oscars’

De’Andre Arnold, 18, is at the show with Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union, who produced “Hair Love.” → Read More

What to Watch on the 2020 Grammys Red Carpet

What can we expect tonight? → Read More

Glenda Bailey, Editor in Chief of Harper’s Bazaar, Steps Down

Another notable departure signals the near-end of an era when fashion magazines and their editors wielded dominant power over the industry. → Read More

Real Men Don’t Rent

There’s only one problem as the growing clothing rental market inches toward offering men’s wear: Guys may not buy in. → Read More

Donate $10 to Australia, Get a Nude Photo

Nude models are raising money for wildfire relief in Australia with the promise of personal pictures. → Read More

Kaytranada: Bubba Album Review

With an exceptional collaborative spirit and a highly refined sound, Kaytranda blesses this woeful decade with one last great dance record. → Read More

Pete Frates, Who Promoted the Ice Bucket Challenge, Dies at 34

The former college baseball player’s involvement in the viral trend helped raise more than $100 million toward fighting A.L.S. → Read More

LeBron James Can Play in Whatever Shoes He Wants. Why Can’t Odell Beckham Jr.?

Beckham, the Cleveland Browns’ oft-fined star receiver, was forced to change his cleats or else on Sunday. → Read More

Inside the Valentine’s Day Text Message Mystery

Did you get one of the more than 168,149 strange texts sent in the middle of the night? → Read More

Hail to the Chief of Staff

The title is suddenly everywhere. It can mean almost anything. → Read More

Tales From the Teenage Cancel Culture

What’s cancel culture really like? Ask a teenager. They know. → Read More

Teebs: Anicca Album Review

Mtendere Mandowa, a veteran (and cult favorite) of the L.A. beat scene, gathers fresh collaborators for a set of effortless, shape-shifting tracks that make time stand still. → Read More

Meet the Chanel Crasher

A tweed-clad woman clambered onto the runway, security guards scrambled and Gigi Hadid took action. Tag yourself! → Read More

Ghostface Killah: Ghostface Killahs Album Review

After a string of muted releases, Ghost strains to recapture some of the old Wu fire. → Read More

Tinder Created a Show to Give Its Users Something to Hook Up About

A choose-your-own-adventure series is designed to give young Tinder swipers something to talk about. → Read More

The Memes Are Pouring the White Claw Down Your Throat!

The brand doesn’t care if you’re buying “ironically.” You’re still buying. → Read More

Amazon Uses a Twitter Army of Employees to Fight Criticism of Warehouses

They love working there. It’s great. They love it. It’s great. They love it. It’s great. They love it. It’s great. They love it. It’s great. They love it. → Read More

Various Artists: Once Upon a Time in ... Hollywood (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Album Review

The music is a highlight of Quentin Tarantino’s new film, an undeniable, oft-disquieting mixtape of golden-age rock’n’roll, radio DJ patter, and period-specific commercials. → Read More