Featuring photography by such masters as Diane Arbus, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Annie Leibovitz, “American Cool” presents portraits of the 100 people who best embody this truly American concept (a handful of whom were “cool” even before it was cool).
By the time the Civil War, D.C. was a changed city, and not just because of the assassination of its most prominent resident.
Punk bands destroy things onstage — guitars, TV sets, cars. Gogol Bordello is more interested in smashing borders.
Since 2001, Davy Rothbart has solicited garbage — excuse us, “found” items — for his brilliant mixed-media magazine, FOUND. Along with publishing partner Jason Bitner, Rothbart has put out eight issues (plus three issues of Dirty FOUND) over the years, and last year Rothbart published a book of autobiographical stories, “My Heart Is an Idiot.” […]