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Samuel Anderson

Culture Editor

Bio:

Samuel Anderson is the Culture Editor at DuJour. He has written for Vogue.com, Vulture, and New York magazine. One time he almost made Mariah Carey chuckle. Follow him at samanderson.co or on Instagram at @s_m_nderson.

Recent Articles
  • Charles Masson Leads a French Revolution at the Lowell Hotel

    Charles Masson Leads a French Revolution at the Lowell Hotel

    Inside Majorelle, a mecca for fine French cuisine

    After you're let go from the family business and your follow-up venture fizzles, you either cut your losses, or, as the French saying goes, cultivate your own garden. For green-thumbed restaurant veteran Charles Masson, who is known for packing his dining rooms with floral arrangements, the choice was apparently ... More

  • The Weekender: Montauk, New York

    The Weekender: Montauk, New York

    Think Montauk is hibernating? Think again

    Today, Manhattanites know Montauk as a party-hardy depot offering good surf and plenty of rosé in the summer. But long before it was luring young, urban bros and babes to easternmost Long Island, Montauk was a sleepy enclave for iconoclastic artists and writers like Andy Warhol and Edward Albee. And ... More

  • Monica Barbaro’s Guide to Northern California

    Monica Barbaro’s Guide to Northern California

    The “Chicago Justice” star on her idyllic hometown, Mill Valley, a longstanding foodie mecca just outside San Francisco

    Since debuting in 2012, NBC’s “Chicago” franchise—a brainchild of legendary producer Dick Wolf, among others—has portrayed the lives of various Windy City public servants, from firefighters (“Chicago Fire”) to police officers (“Chicago P.D.”) to doctors (“Chicago Med”). Earlier this month, it welcomed a new squad to its stable of attractive, ... More

  • Peter Krause’s Guide to St. Paul & Minneapolis

    Peter Krause’s Guide to St. Paul & Minneapolis

    The Twin Cities-native on “The Catch”’s bold second season and his unconventional hometown glory

    On television, actor Peter Krause has played lawyers, con artists, and funeral home directors, but in his early life, the occupational stakes weren’t quite so high. “I worked at the fish and chips stand at the Minnesota State Fair in high school. We were in between the horse barn and ... More

  • Christine Evangelista’s Guide to Staten Island

    Christine Evangelista’s Guide to Staten Island

    The New York-native on her juicy role on The Arrangement and where to find the best slice in the southernmost borough

    In “The Arrangement,” E! Network’s latest scripted, soapy escapade, aspiring actress/frustrated waitress Megan Morrison (Christine Evangelista) must decide what she’s willing to do in exchange for insta-fame after shifty A-lister and relative stranger Kyle West (Josh Henderson) offers her a contract marriage. Unlike her character’s unconventional shortcut to stardom, Evangelista’s ... More

  • Obsession DuJour: Olga of Greece

    Obsession DuJour: Olga of Greece

    Our Research Editor shared who he can’t get enough of right now

    Among those blessed with big names and beautiful faces, popping up in major fashion campaigns is a popular hobby. (See: Lily-Rose Depp for Chanel; Kaia Gerber for Marc Jacobs; and of course Choupette Lagerfeld) Rarer is it for actual royalty to be involved with ... More

  • Rock Duo Electric Guest’s Wavelength

    Rock Duo Electric Guest’s Wavelength

    The long-awaited sophomore album is out tomorrow

    Electric Guest’s sophomore record, aptly named “Plural,” is just as rangy and genre bending as the title implies. The album is the pop rock two-hander’s first in five years – that is, if you don’t count the one they wrote and discarded for being “really dark,” and admittedly a departure from their ... More

  • This is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous

    This is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous

    YouTube’s Trans icon talks Lady Gaga, her friends the Gettys and Valentine’s Day

    Give any entry-level YouTube personality a documentary film crew and they could probably fill a roll of tape in one breath. But no story would hold your attention like that of Gigi Gorgeous, who began her vlogging career as a Toronto teen called Gregory Gorgeous, and has since amassed a ... More

  • Valentine’s Day Lessons from Hal Rubenstein

    Valentine’s Day Lessons from Hal Rubenstein

    The fashion and lifestyle authority, whose book, The Looks of Love, turns one this year, reminds us how to love—in style

    Judging the book The Looks of Love by its cover, you might think it was a style guide for your dating life. After all, its author is Hal Rubenstein, a veteran tastemaker who has served as InStyle’s Fashion Director for nearly two decades. But modern dating dress codes have a ... More