The Cultural Agenda: Halloween With Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Celebrity Autobiographies, and Feist

Monday, October 31 Celebrity Autobiography returns to New York for another irreverent edition of the stage show featuring celebrities reading other celebrities' memoirs. This performance includes Mario Cantone, Florence Henderson, and Carol Kane—among others—reading the personal histories of dubious stars like Mike "the Situation" Sorrentino, David Hasselhoff, and Melissa Gilbert. Joseph Gordon-Levitt hosts "hit RECord on Halloween," an evening of haunting cinema, music, and live performance in New York City. Tuesday, November 1 Celebrating a decade of music, Minus the Bear take their 10-year-anniversary tour to the Troubadour in Los Angeles. Performa 11 commences in New York City. The see more

Now Available: Bally Scribe MTO Belts

If you're looking to add some pop to your outfit, check out Bally's Scribe Made-to-Order belts, out now at all Bally boutiques. Complementing the Made-to-Order shoes the brand launched last year, Bally's new belts are crafted by hand in your choice of calf, ostrich, or crocodile leather. Available in brown, green, blue, and red, they make a colorful—but still tasteful—addition to any closet. Click here to find the Bally store nearest you. — Lana Russo Also on Gloves So Good, You'll Never Want to (or Have to) Take Them Off The Best Rep Tie for Your Waist: The see more

Missing Links: Halloween or Williamsburg?, Nineties Sitcom Characters as Roommates, and David Foster Wallace's Threatening Faxes (With Footnotes!)

Halloween or Williamsburg?— Tumblr Nineties TV Characters as Roommates— Thought Catalog Watch Zooey Deschanel Sing the National Anthem at World Series Game— Los Angeles Times How to Read Body Language to Reveal the Underlying Truth in Almost Any Situation— Lifehacker Weird VHS Titles From Days Gone By— Huffington Post Even David Foster Wallace's Threatening Faxes Included Footnotes— Death and Taxes The President's Secret New York Train Station— Mental Floss Nest Thermostat Learns From You, Makes Your House a Little Smarter— PCWorld — Maggie Mallon Also on The Cultural Agenda: "Glenn Ligon: AMERICA," Like Crazy, and Georges Braque (the see more

Best of the Week: Fall Street Style, Modern Family, and Eddie Redmayne

Easy Street—A guide to staying stylish from dusk till dawn. Modern Family—How polyandry is changing the the American home. Skylar Grey Is Hip-Hop's Secret Weapon—The former folk songstress is now the hottest thing in hip-hop. The French Band That Actually Rocks—Meet Justice, France's latest musical export. Appetite for Destruction—After a stint in rehab, acclaimed chef Brandon Baltzley is fighting to stay clean and regain his culinary glory. Eddie Redmayne Comes of Age—The star of My Week With Marilyn prepares to become a one-man British invasion. The Perfect Cut—Artist Curtis Kulig stops by for a trim in the latest installment see more

Gloves So Good, You'll Never Want to (or Have to) Take Them Off

An elegant and practical complement to any fall outfit, Etre's Fivepoint 95 percent-wool gloves are a must-have for the man on the go. Their subtly distinctive pearl, gray, or charcoal fingertips conduct heat from your hands, so you can operate your phone's or tablet's touch screen without taking them off. This way, you can keep your hands warm without cutting yourself off from the rest of the world. — Charles Mahoney Also on Easy Street Designer Umit Benan's Guide to New York City's West Village The Right Way to Pull Off the Retro Look see more
Street Style

Guerreisms: Behind the Look of the Unapologetic Prep

Every week, the street-style expert behind the blog Guerreisms brings you another colorful character from the sidewalks. Name: Philip Harris What are you wearing? A tweed alpaca cardigan sweater, a Rugby herringbone waistcoat, a shirt by Brooks Brothers, chinos and bow tie by Ralph Lauren, Allen Edmonds shoes, and a watch by Kenneth Cole. What should every man have in his closet? A wool cardigan. It's a transitional staple that can be used in the fall and spring. Describe your style. One hundred percent prep. What's one piece of style advice you'd give? Don't be afraid to express yourself. see more

The Must-Have Photo App

Camera+ is changing the way we take iPhone photos. Beyond its killer editing suite and an instant-broadcasting social-media feature, the app has a new captioning tool with borders and frames, allowing you to generate photo essays and postcards on your phone. $1; — Brian X. Chen Also on A User's Guide to Protecting Your Privacy The Billionaire King of Techtopia The Best Online Storage: A Cloud-Vs.-Cloud Comparison

The French Band That Actually Rocks

A stylish French duo have a new album inspired by the seventies that's great for parties. No, they're not Air; they're Justice, the buzzy act that received a Grammy nomination for their epic 2007 dance debut, †. On Audio, Video, Disco, they've taken up the raised lighter of arena-rock giants like Supertramp, the Eagles, and Queen with songs full of guitar shredding and mock-Baroque harmonies—all totally cheesy and incredibly fun. Out now. Also on Q&A: Noel Gallagher Album of the Week: Beirut's The Rip Tide (Download a Free Track) The Global Hit Parade—Sounds From Around the World for see more

The Cultural Agenda: "Glenn Ligon: AMERICA," Like Crazy, and Georges Braque (the Other Cubist Painter)

Monday, October 24 "Glenn Ligon: AMERICA," now open at the L.A. County Museum of Art, is the first mid—career retrospective of Ligon's conceptual works. The intertextual collection draws upon elements of pop culture, race, sexuality, and language. Dum Dum Girls perform at Maxwell's in Hoboken, New Jersey. Chairlift play at New York City's Mercury Lounge. Tuesday, October 25 Moby plays Angel Orensanz Foundation Center for the Arts in New York City. Yukata Sone's "Island" is a multimedia exhibition—predominately featuring sculpture, but with elements of photography, video, and painting—highlighting the various natural and architectural landscapes that shape the artist's world. see more
Movies + TV

Missing Links: An Electric DeLorean, Teenage Mutant Ninja Noses, and Jay-Z the Cartoon

Great Scot! DMC Announces All-Electric DeLorean for 2013— Autoblog Scared Bros at a Haunted House— BuzzFeed Teenage Mutant Ninja Noses— Tumblr The Lost Roles of Owen Wilson— Splitsider Andy Rooney, Re-Edited— Mental Floss Watch: Stephen Colbert Argues for the Repeal of Florida's Dwarf-Tossing Ban— Death and Taxes Jay-Z, Warren Buffett Team Up in Animated Video to Teach Financial Literacy— Huffington Post Strange Day Jobs of Authors Before They Were Famous— Flavorwire — Maggie Mallon Also on Missing Links: Life of Zuckerberg, Kanye Occupies Wall Street, and the World's Worst Hotel is Finally Opening Missing Links: A Visual History see more
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