Chatted with @danielgiaco on the @couriermedia podcast about changes in the fashion business, District Vision, and Peloton podcasts.apple.com
Courier Weekly: Courier Weekly - Friday 25 September on Apple Podcasts
We dig into the future of hype, fitness, fashion, media and a whole lot more with Chris Black from Done to Death Projects and brand consultancy Public Announcement.
How Long Gone 84: @themjeans and I chat with @NFreeman1234 about his hit @artnet gossip column, Wet Paint, Bad Basquiats, the glory days of New York nightlife, manipulating the market, and we run down some of our least favorite successful artists anchor.fm
084 Nate Freeman
Nate Freeman is the Senior Art Business Reporter for artnet.com currently living in the heart of Dimes Square, New York City. He’s well known for running the infamous gossip column of the art world Wet Paint. We chat about Jason’s substack, unmasking Banksy, the failing Art Basel fair, Bad Basquiats, the glory days of New York nightlife, and we run down some of our least favorite successful artists.
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Wednesday Stills with Susan Alexandra
I've been collecting images for years. It's another expression of (what was) my natural tendency to hoard. I used to tear pages from my Vogue and W magazines and tote them around in thick binders. Even after all these years of moving around, I still have those dusty binders. ••• I was a huge tumblr fiend but that petered out upon the advent of instagram. Before I started my company (a time known as BSA) and realized that instagram was a tool to hock my goods and flirt with my boys, I used my insta as a modified tumblr. And then, of course people would freak out about not crediting or asking the artist for permission; it was all too much. •••
How Long Gone 83: @themjeans and I chat with @shockleysmith about Jason’s eye for real estate, failing rap act Run The Jewels, the evolution of pop music, the artists careers that Sam made and killed, and the newly released Rolling Stone Magazine top 500 anchor.fm
081 Sam Hockley-Smith
Sam Hockley-Smith is a writer currently living in Los Angeles. He spent years at The Fader, wrote for Vulture, and does a newsletter in addition to his fruitful work with brands. We chat about Jason’s eye for real estate, starter pack false flags, failing rap act Run The Jewels, the evolution of pop music, the artists careers that Sam made and killed, and we run through the newly released Rolling Stone Magazine top records of all time.
The Long Golden Age of Useless, American Crap
Americans have surrounded themselves with crappy things: consumer goods that are typically low priced, poorly made, composed of inferior materials, lacking in meaningful purpose, and not meant to l…
Looking forward to revisiting Wildflowers latimes.com
Reimagining 'Wildflowers,' Tom Petty's haunted triumph about a failing marriage
Family and collaborators discuss the making of Tom Petty's 1994 solo album 'Wildflowers,' which is being reissued as a box set with dozens of unreleased tracks.
Find Yourself a Tailor. It’s Not Fancy, It’s Freeing.
When you start to think of clothes as things that can be altered, the way you see them changes.
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I know what you're feeling
The first genuinely virtual awards show aired last night, and it was predictably weird. Jimmy Kimmel hosted the 72nd Emmy Awards in an empty Staples Center (with cuts to crowds from years past during the monologue). The show required 130 cameras to operate across 20 cities from around the globe for the various nominees. It did not feel sexy or even particularly celebratory, but it got the job done. I now know that Carson Kressley doesn’t have the best taste in interior design, and a lot of actors have dogs. They had "interns" dressed in tuxedo hazmat suits delivering actual trophies to winners in cars from presenting sponsor Kia. Safety first! Schitt's Creek, a show I've never seen, won every award. Watchmen and Succession also cleaned up. Zendaya, in Armani Prive, was the youngest Lead Actress Emmy winner ever for her role in Euphoria. She was surrounded by her team, who went absolutely nuts when she won. It was a moment of pure joy.
Martha Stewart, Blissed Out on CBD, Is Doing Just Fine
America’s foremost domestic goddess was well prepared for many months spent at home.
The How Long Gone Sex and the City long sleeve is available now. It will look great with your Manolos! store.donetodeathprojects.com
How Long Gone Sex in the City
An homage to the best television show of all time, "Sex and the City."
How Long Gone 82: @themjeans and I chat about #Ruthkanda and celebrity death virtue signaling, CB’s Drake merch haul, and we call entertainment lawyer Mike McKoy to get an official breakdown of Kanye’s record deal drama, and the future of the music biz anchor.fm
082 Mike McKoy
Chris and Jason chat about masks, #Ruthkanda and our celebrity death virtue signaling, CB’s Drake merch haul, parking lot bootcamp, and we call Chris’ entertainment lawyer Mike McKoy to get an official breakdown of Kanye’s record deal drama, and the future of the making money in music.
"Tough as nails." npr.org
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Champion Of Gender Equality, Dies At 87
Ginsburg, the second woman to serve on the Supreme Court, died from complications from cancer. Her death will set in motion what promises to be a tumultuous political battle over who will succeed her.
The second woman to serve on the Supreme Court and a pioneering advocate for women’s rights, who in her ninth decade became a much younger generation’s unlikely cultural icon, died on Friday. She was 87. nytimes.com
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court’s Feminist Icon, Is Dead at 87
The second woman appointed to the Supreme Court, Justice Ginsburg’s pointed and powerful dissenting opinions earned her late-life rock stardom.
How Long Gone 81: @themjeans is lost in Sedona. I have a chat with Ryan Duffy. We discuss his @netflix show "Home Game," corporations, accepting your screen time, the early @VICE Vice days, Los Angeles, the future of watching sports, and my runners high anchor.fm
081 Ryan Duffy
Ryan Duffy is a journalist who worked with Vice for many years, most notably accompanying Dennis Rodman on his visit to North Korea in 2013. He’s the host of Nat Geo Explorer, and his new Netflix series “Home Game” is currently available, and truly wild. Jason was off the grid for this episode, but checks in for a Sedona mushroom scene report. Chris and Ryan chat about corporations, accepting your screen time, the early Vice days, figuring out Los Angeles, the future of watching sports, and Chris’ runners high.
Meet the formerly incarcerated software engineers who built a no-police alternative to 911
Our society has been deeply wounded by mass incarceration. And the way we will heal is by centering the skills, experiences, and work of…
Because you cannot get enough How Long Gone, listen to @themjeans and I talk to our dear friend Pia Baroncini podcasts.apple.com
Everything is the Best: How Long Gone with Jason Stewart and Chris Black on Apple Podcasts
Show Everything is the Best, Ep How Long Gone with Jason Stewart and Chris Black - Sep 16, 2020
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Wednesday Stills with Hayley Louisa Brown
Before I take my own pictures, I spend hours looking at other people's work, dissecting and reassembling narratives; figuring out if there are any small parts of me in there. Looking for something, anything, that I can relate to, and build an imagined world around. The common ground of a good story. Constantly searching with wide-eyed optimism for that particular something I'll love, the simultaneous joy and anguish that comes with finding it; always knowing that I did not, and could not, have created it.
How Long Gone 80: @themjeans and I chat with @timheidecker about Van Morrison, escaping LA, Tim’s record, turn up music, Tim’s new @Showtime series Moonbase 8, finding creativity on walks, feeling bad for Quibi, and missing when people were more angry anchor.fm
080 Tim Heidecker
Tim Heidecker is known for being one half of the Tim & Eric Show, his podcast Office Hours, and his new record Tim Heidecker’s Fear Of Death is out soon. We chat about tabi loafers, Emrata’s essays, escaping LA, Tim’s record, music to turn up to, Tim’s new Showtime series Moonbase 8 with Fred Armisen and John C. Reilly, finding creativity on walks, feeling bad for Quibi, and missing when people were more angry.
Made a fun t-shirt with the queen @SUSAN_ALEXANDRA 🍎🍉🍅🍒 susanalexandra.com
Susan Alexandra x Done to Death Projects
Our limited-edition long sleeve tee is made in collaboration with Done to Death Projects. A celebration of the magic connections that are forged in the streets of NYC and the chance encounters that ca...
What Is Celebrity?
Our reporters have described the most — and least — important categories of American celebrity now, from the super-niche to the mega-famous. Now, it’s your turn to rank them.
"I Have Blood On My Hands": A Whistleblower Says Facebook Ignored Global Political Manipulation
A 6,600-word internal memo from a fired Facebook data scientist details how the social network knew about specific examples of global political manipulation — and failed to act.
People v Trump nymag.com
Donald Trump Could Be on Trial Sooner Than You Think
The criminal case against him is already in the works.
The Many Faces of Ethan Hawke newyorker.com
The Many Faces of Ethan Hawke
The actor’s long, freewheeling career has been a chart of his restlessness and his recklessness.
The New World of Indie Media businessoffashion.com
The New World of Indie Media
As traditional media continues to buckle under the pandemic, writers and media personalities are leveraging their own followings by launching subscription newsletters and podcasts.
How Long Gone 79: @themjeans and I discuss nature, Netflix’s The Social Dilemma, big data, algorithms, YBN Courtside, fleeing California, nomad life, stolen gorp valor, and Jacob Elordi’s sick body anchor.fm
079 TJ ● CB
One on one pod today, Chris and Jason chat about nature, Netflix’s Social Dilemma, big data, algorithms, YBN Courtside, fleeing California, nomad life, stolen gorp valor, and Jacob Elordi’s sick body.
I get choked up just thinking about this time period
Bout to be a movie
Keith McNally's IG is a GIFT. This is insane!
Big @themjeans came through with the only option for Covid-19 protection
My brain is smooth from looking at this
Celebrating 75 episodes of How Long Gone with a little snack 😊
A friend just sent me this and I instantly checked my fifth pocket for a bag of coke
This is too good
Walking past my t-shirt collection to grab a navy blue polo shirt
When @themjeans asks me for anything remotely technical
What if I paid $200 for a print subscription just to read this article and get mad
more Qanon stuff to check out
This one is a real odyssey. Solid hour. Relentless, tip to tail. James and Chris introduce Audrea Soong, who takes them on an executive team-building adventure, from Niketown to their…
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