Behind The Scenes At The Championship Of Gloving, America's Mindbending New $13 Million Sport
How did dancing with LED-lined gloves become a Shark Tank-approved, multimillion-dollar industry? And where does it go from there? A day with the champs, the challengers, and the chiefs of America's trippiest new sport.
Disclosure Want To Be Bigger Than Dance Music
Some artists consistently excel at one thing, while others churn through disparate phases over the course of a career. With their ambitious, pop-oriented second album, the electronic music wunderkinds of Disclosure declare themselves members of the latter group. But will massive dance crowds still be moved?
How Disaster And Tragedy Spawned A Radical Music Movement In Haiti
Notorious for blending the political and profane, denounced for its roots in Vodou, rabòday music is the defiant — and wildly popular — sound of a new, disaffected generation of Haitians. As the country prepares for long-awaited elections starting in August, stars of the genre have become unusually influential by turning public anxieties into dance-friendly anthems.
What It's Like To Be Really Famous, According To Ansel Elgort
Jason Reitman's Men, Women & Children, opening on the heels of Divergent and The Fault in Our Stars, caps off a year that has catapulted the young actor into a level of fame he is still trying to understand. Plus: An exclusive clip from Men, Women & Children.