It's Official: The Most Powerful Man in the Tech World Is Gay

Apple CEO Tim Cook made headlines Thursday morning when he came out in a piece written for Bloomberg Businessweek. see more

Richard Saul Wurman, Founder of TED Talks: "I Have No Ambition"

Mr. Wurman, as the founder of the TED conferences, the predecessor of the TED Talks, do you ever get stage fright? I have absolutely no fear of being on stage or of being in front of people. In fact, it's my comfort zone. My stress levels—as measured by Carnegie Institute in a special straight jacket they have that measures your tension, sweat, muscle twitching, all those things—go down when I'm on stage talking. They were surprised. I thought it was delightful. But I do know that I go to a very comfortable place. It's a very relaxing time for me see more

Here's Daniel Radcliffe Rapping Like He Was Born to Do It

We just achieved a brand-new level of respect for Daniel Radcliffe, boy wizard. Tuesday on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, Radcliffe (who's busy promoting his new movie Horns) revealed that he knows all 676 words of Blackalicious' "Alphabet Aerobics" by heart. And then he proved it. See for yourself in the video above, and try not to leave your jaw on the ground too long. see more

This is What Kevin Smith Looks Like Without His Signature Beard

Since director Kevin Smith first appeared on the scene, about 20 years ago, he's been the proud owner of a beard. But today is the end of an era. see more

The Week on Instagram: Bieber Flexing, Pharrell's Four Eyes, and Rob Lowe's Shark Attack

Every week, we dive into the pool of celebrity Instagram posts to see what our favorite actors, artists, writers, musicians, DJs, designers, and notorious selfie-takers are posting. Below are recent shots that captured our attention—because they're funny, telling, timely, or all of the above. see more

Baseball's Most Gruesome Facial Hair, Ranked

You could call this World Series the Battle of the Beards. On both the San Francisco and the Kansas City squads, facial hair—sometimes wild and unruly, sometimes creatively pruned—is everywhere you look. see more

Watch Brad Pitt Endure the Grueling Awkwardness of "Between Two Ferns"

Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis: Brad Pitt from Zach Galifianakis There's no way for us to be sure of where you are, dear readers, but we can tell you that our morning in New York City has been dark, damp, cold, and mostly pretty gross. So it was a delight when we got to our desks to find that our November cover star Brad Pitt had endured the awkward questions comedian Zack Galifianakis doles out on his talk show, Between Two Ferns. see more

David Lynch: "Mankind Was Not Made to Suffer. Bliss Is Our Nature."

Mr. Lynch, did you learn Transcendental Meditation because you had an anger problem? No. I noticed I did have an anger. Many people have anger, and I was one of them. People direct anger at certain people they can get away with—I would take it out on my first wife. What happened was, I started meditating and two weeks later she came to me and said, "What's going on?" I said, "What do you mean?" And she said, "Where is that anger?" She didn't see it anymore. A lot of times, when people start meditating, they don't see the change see more

He Sings, He Acts, He . . . Designs? Adam Levine on His New Fashion Gig

Levine, wearing a tie-dyed sweatshirt from his Kmart line. Sure, he's the lead singer of one of the most successful bands in contemporary pop music, but Adam Levine is so much more than that. The reality—whether or not his haters (and there are many) want to admit it—is that the chiseled-jawed Maroon 5 frontman is, well, one of the most recognizable celebrities around right now. Much of that, of course, is because of his multi-year stint as a coach on NBC's The Voice, a venture that's likely already caused him to win over the heart of your mother, aunt, and see more

Thurston Moore Talks About His New Album, Sonic Youth, and Sound Experimentation

The past years have hardly been smooth for Thurston Moore: from the indefinite hiatus of Sonic Youth to his well-publicized split with his ex-wife and bandmate Kim Gordon to a subsequent relocation to London in what on the surface seemed like something resembling an escape move. Still, through it all, the guitarist has largely kept his head above water. So much so, he'll tell you, that he's now feeling a certain contentment he's never previously known. "A lot of the joy of the record has to do with a certain inherent happiness that was happening in my world, " he see more
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