Wesley Verhoeve

Photographer, writer, and curator. Reading about culture, photography, technology, and nature. More at wesley.co

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Chef, Writer, and HUANG'S WORLD Host Eddie Huang

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12 hours ago

4 Art-Filled Day Trips to New York’s Hudson Valley

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13 hours ago

Great short story.

The Ordeal by F. Scott Fitzgerald

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13 hours ago

Gillian Jacobs talks to Alison Brie about the highs and lows of being an actor

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6 days ago

5 High Schoolers and Their College Application Essays About Work, Money and Social Class

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6 days ago

Amanda Palmer: Hands up! I have a picture of a toddler, and I’m not afraid to use it

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6 days ago

A most charming man.

Henry Winkler Is Just Happy to Be Here

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6 days ago

This is a very funny and great little read.

I Faced Off Against The World’s Best Chess Player. You Will Totally Believe What Happened Next.

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7 days ago

I still don't get it.

How Fortnite Captured Teens’ Hearts and Minds

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7 days ago

Simpler times.

Infamous Hulk Hogan appearance on Arsenio Hall Show in 1991

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8 days ago

Simpler times.

Oprah Ice-T 1990 Part 1/4

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9 days ago

Kanye West and the Question of Freedom

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9 days ago

Paul Simon vs. the World

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9 days ago

Classic 1989 interview. Times have changed.

Axl Rose: The Rolling Stone Interview

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9 days ago

The Man Who Changed the World, Twice

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9 days ago

How the 50-mm Lens Became ‘Normal’

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9 days ago

A short chat with a one hit wonder who was sampled by Puffy (and accomplished a lot of other things in music)

Matthew Wilder - "Break My Stride" : They're Playing My Song

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10 days ago

Steve Jobs’ Secret for Eliciting Questions, Overheard at a San Francisco Cafe

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10 days ago

Google and the Rise of 'Digital Well-Being'

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11 days ago

The Frightened Rabbit Song I Won’t Forget

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12 days ago

Alec Soth Revisits His Legendary First Book

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Why 'Stories' Took Over Your Smartphone

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13 days ago

He searched for his Japanese birth mother. He found her — and the restaurant she had named after him.

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13 days ago

This list.

Jordan Peele Isn’t Slowing Down Anytime Soon

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13 days ago

Interesting POV.

Every Culture Appropriates

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13 days ago

How Vans Got Everyone Wearing Vans Again

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13 days ago

What a crazy story.

The Last Days of the Blue-Blood Harvest

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14 days ago

This Story Has Already Stressed Ryan Reynolds Out

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15 days ago

Marvel Studios' Ant-Man and The Wasp - Official Trailer

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15 days ago

Roy Stryker: The Man Who "Killed" Photographs

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15 days ago

John Cleese Did Not Enjoy Filming Monty Python and the Holy Grail

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15 days ago

Sharing not so much for the Kanye parts but the parts about Ta Nehisi dealing with his own fame.

I’m Not Black, I’m Kanye

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16 days ago

Is the convenience worth the risk?

How salad became a major source of food poisoning in the US

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17 days ago

what unsettles me most about the 40s is the implication that I’m now a grown-up myself. I fear I’ve been promoted beyond my competence

How to Survive Your 40s

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17 days ago

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The extraordinary life and death of the world’s oldest known spider

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23 days ago

Aaron Beverly, 2nd place winner of 2016 World Champion of Public Speaking

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23 days ago

Blade Runner and the Beat Generation: The missing link that gave the famous film its title

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23 days ago

On Analog Social Media

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24 days ago

To Meet the Right People, Make Something They’ll Love

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26 days ago

Interview with Set in The Street Photographer Justin Bettman

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26 days ago

Janelle Monáe Frees Herself

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27 days ago

Why Food Merch Is Having a Fashion Moment

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27 days ago

In 1948, a 30-year-old Dutch mother of two shattered age and gender barriers at the Olympics

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27 days ago

How merchants use Facebook to flood Amazon with fake reviews

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27 days ago

Why I Started an Instagram Account Documenting My Quickly Gentrifying LA Neighborhood

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27 days ago

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Avicii: the poster boy for EDM who struggled with the spotlight

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27 days ago

Hmmm..

Let’s destroy Bitcoin

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29 days ago

‘Avengers,’ the Most Lucrative Movie Franchise Ever, Is Wrapping Up. Why?

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30 days ago

This is going to be such a cool event. New Yorkers, check it out this Thursday at the International Center of Photography.

ICP LAB: DEATH TAKES A HOLIDAY: ON THE INTEREXCHANGE OF COUNTERCULTURE

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31 days ago

Seung-Gu Kim creates Lowry-style photographs of South Korean holidays

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