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It was brutally warm. Shirtsleeve weather, was how my mom would have described it, forever more concerned with her children’s comfort than the actual Fahrenheit. Shirtsleeve weather, jacket weather, overcoat weather, parka weather—the Year in Outerwear. For me this year, it would be handcuff weather, then possibly prison jumpsuit weather. Or funeral-suit weather, because I didn’t plan on going to prison. I’d kill myself first.

—Nick Lance Dunne, Gone Girl
Ian Cochran

Ian Cochran

I think there are two kinds of filmmakers. Ones that had their little 8mm cameras and their trains and were setting fires and blowing them up and crashing them into each other, and then there were the ones who read a lot and were going to the theater and maybe reading philosophy.

—Richard Linklater
San Francisco, 1975

San Francisco, 1975

The night never wants to end, to give itself over
to light. So it traps itself in things: obsidian, crows.
Even on summer solstice, the day of light’s great
triumph, where fields of sunflowers guzzle in the sun—
we break open the watermelon and spit out
black seeds, bits of night glistening on the grass.

—from Joseph Stroud, “Night in Day”
Lucio Fontana

Lucio Fontana

Artist: How to Dress Well
Title: Repeat Pleasure
Album: “What is this Heart?”