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Elizabeth Wurtzel’s Best Essays for
From her 1990 column “Sounds” to her more recent pieces about growing up and “living with intent.”
“… Though Michelle Shocked’s been through fringe movements from New York to Amsterdam, her songs are never preachy …”
The Garden of Edie
On Ghost of a Dog, the New Bohemians sound completely loose and relaxed, as if they were playing a live show.
is full of the Big issues — homelessness, racism, and the other causes du jour that Phil Collins makes sound so trite.
On Madonna’s Dick Tracy-inspired album, she sings, “I just like things a little rough, and you better not disagree.”
Combining bluegrass, Middle Eastern, zydeco, and folk,
Poi Dog Pondering
hangs on to every last bit of fun in the sun.
Intense Sinéad O’Connor, who seems to be striving for a vision of the Virgin Mary, can at times become self-referential.
my terrible boss
My Terrible Boss Was a Bully With a Toxic Temper
This week’s installment of My Terrible Boss.
as told to
love and war
Elizabeth Wurtzel Confronts Her One-Night Stand of a Life
I am 45 and have been living like I’m 25 since I was 15.
Design Hunting: Backstage at the Ballet, Up Front at the Ace Hotel
Glass terrarium blobs, amazing feats of wallpaper, and the friendliest door-hipster in New York: Wendy Goodman brings them home.