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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
  • Rachel Ramras’s Guide to Portsmouth, New Hampshire

    Rachel Ramras’s Guide to Portsmouth, New Hampshire

    See what the star of TV Land’s “Nobodies” loves in this New England haven, her perennial summer escape

    Los Angeles-based improv troupe The Groundlings has hatched some of Hollywood’s most enduring scene-stealers, from Melissa McCarthy to Lisa Kudrow. But in addition to the occasional somebody, The Groundlings also produces flocks of “nobodies”—those struggling writers and performers who count themselves as classmates of the institution’s rich and famous celebrities. These ... More

  • Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz at the Brooklyn Museum

    Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz at the Brooklyn Museum

    Artists, singers, and philanthropists made it out to Brooklyn’s liveliest cultural event

    Last night at the 7th Annual Brooklyn Artists Ball at the Brooklyn Museum, headline honorees Alicia Keys and her music producer husband Kasseem “Swizz Beatz” Dean proved they can bring any house down – even when the house is one of the oldest and largest art museums in the United States. ... More

  • Feel the Love From the Annual GLAAD Media Awards

    Feel the Love From the Annual GLAAD Media Awards

    See the stars that turned it out at this annual well-heeled pride parade

    On Saturday, a parade of stars served up both rainbow pride and black-tie glamour for one of Hollywood’s most inclusive awards ceremonies, the Annual GLAAD Media Awards. Trusty allies and groundbreaking pioneers alike strolled the red carpet, with notable guests including Josh Hutcherson Gigi Gorgeous, and  More

  • Feel the Love From the Annual GLAAD Media Awards

    Feel the Love From the Annual GLAAD Media Awards

    See the stars that turned it out at this annual well-heeled pride parade

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  • Ariana Huffington Celebrates Daughter’s First Foray into Clothing Design

    Ariana Huffington Celebrates Daughter’s First Foray into Clothing Design

    The visual artist dips her toes into fashion with two limited edition pieces

    Isabella Huffington's media mogul mother Ariana may make headlines for a living, but last night the 24-year-old artist made a splash of her own with the launch of her first fashion collaboration. As one of six emerging artists featured in a new capsule collection available through Designow, a ... More

  • Behind the Exhibit: Judith Leiber Headlines at MAD

    Behind the Exhibit: Judith Leiber Headlines at MAD

    The handbag designer survived WWII to build an empire on whimsical minaudières

    Since 1963, Judith Leiber has armed society women with a sense of joy and whimsy. But before her iconic handbags, known for their playful shapes and diamantine Swarovski shells, were in the clutches of everyone from Sharon Stone to Hillary Clinton, Leiber was a Holocaust survivor and master craftswoman who ... More

  • 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