Wesley Verhoeve

Infinitely curious photographer/writer. NYC/SF. Twitter: @wesley // wesley.co

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Wesley Verhoeve

13 hours ago

This is a shockingly entertaining and informative conversation with Spencer Pratt. No, really though.

Spencer Pratt? (ft. Spencer Pratt)

spreaker.com

Wesley Verhoeve

13 hours ago

Throwback classic.

What Biggie Smalls’ lyrics taught me about food

salon.com

Wesley Verhoeve

21 hours ago

Important questions to ask ourselves.

If you were completely satiated, then what?

What if you didn’t need money or attention?

sivers.org

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21 hours ago

Social Media Are Driving Americans Insane

bloomberg.com

Wesley Verhoeve

21 hours ago

Forgetting Milo

esquire.com

Wesley Verhoeve

1 day ago

Long read, incredibly frank and interesting.

A Frank Talk With Jessa Crispin About Why Modern-Day Feminism Is Full of Shit

themuse.jezebel.com

Wesley Verhoeve

3 days ago

Tempting.

Why Do Cooks Love the Instant Pot? I Bought One to Find Out

nytimes.com

Wesley Verhoeve

5 days ago

Lol

Why Liberals Are Wrong About Trump

extranewsfeed.com

Wesley Verhoeve

5 days ago

Such a great read for any creative.

Against Fame: On Publishing, Popularity, and Ambition

catapult.co

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5 days ago

The most well thought out and clear read linking various movements together in a way that puts our current political situation into context.

4chan: The Skeleton Key to the Rise of Trump

medium.com

Wesley Verhoeve

5 days ago

An iconic moment in Hip Hop placed in context.

The South Got Something to say.

Chitown: How Chance The Rapper Made History at the Grammy’s

markalbano.com

Wesley Verhoeve

6 days ago

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Join Us in Celebrating Bodegas (& The People Who Run Them)

food52.com

Wesley Verhoeve

6 days ago

Join Us in Celebrating Bodegas (& The People Who Run Them)

food52.com

Wesley Verhoeve

6 days ago

Necessary.

Larry Wilmore Schools Milo Yiannopoulos: ‘Go F*ck Yourself’

thedailybeast.com

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7 days ago

🔥🔥🔥

Against Fame: On Publishing, Popularity, and Ambition

catapult.co

Wesley Verhoeve

7 days ago

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Dick Bruna: 1927 – 2017

wetransfer.com

Wesley Verhoeve

8 days ago

Passion Pit Singer Forms Musician Support Services Company

rollingstone.com

Wesley Verhoeve

10 days ago

Is Taffy the best profile writer right now?

Tom Hiddleston on Taylor Swift, Heartbreak, and Great Bolognese

gq.com

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10 days ago

No.

A Hollywood Film Is Funding Fake News As Part Of Its Publicity Campaign

buzzfeed.com

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10 days ago

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New York Today: They Met on the Subway, and Married

nytimes.com

Wesley Verhoeve

10 days ago

Classic interview.

Letterman asks Christopher Walken if he's nuts (1995)

youtube.com

Wesley Verhoeve

10 days ago

Important analysis.

Why does Stephen Miller sound like such a dick? A voice coach explains.

fusion.net

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11 days ago

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The highly unusual company behind Sriracha, the world’s coolest hot sauce

qz.com

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11 days ago

Life looking across the US-Mexico border in El Paso: 'You are glad you are here'

theguardian.com

Wesley Verhoeve

11 days ago

Cheap Eats, Cheap Labor: The Hidden Human Costs Of Those Lists

npr.org

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11 days ago

Gorgeous.

March’s French Vogue Features Its First Transgender Cover Model

nymag.com

Wesley Verhoeve

12 days ago

So we laugh, because otherwise we will sob.

First Melissa McCarthy And Now A Top House Democrat Has Humiliated Sean Spicer

politicususa.com

Wesley Verhoeve

12 days ago

Ouch.

Many of them just want to play gods in their Silicon Valley Elysium as if DC doesn’t matter. Now suddenly they have to choose sides, make statements, take action, and they are unsure. Should they try to advise and influence an incredibly ignorant administration from within, or stay outside and use pressure? Trump is president, and even if you don’t like his agenda you can’t hope he fails completely because he could take the rest of us with him! If the Valley’s customers and users demand it, they will respond, but I doubt it’s the place to look for leadership.

A top Putin critic on how to oppose Trump: “making him look like a loser is crucial”

vox.com

Wesley Verhoeve

13 days ago

Terrifying.

The Netherlands’ election is this year’s first test for Europe’s populists

economist.com

Wesley Verhoeve

13 days ago

Wow, fascinating.

'I thought I was smarter than almost everybody': my double life as a KGB agent

theguardian.com

Wesley Verhoeve

14 days ago

Oldie but goodie

The 50 Best First Sentences in Fiction

review.gawker.com

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14 days ago

It was only right.

Comedian Billy Crystal delivers funny and touching eulogy for Muhammad Ali

youtube.com

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14 days ago

Classic.

Billy Crystal's Muhammad Ali tribute - 15 Rounds (1979)

vimeo.com

Wesley Verhoeve

15 days ago

Just great.

Ryan Adams: The First Time I Was Rattled by a Heckler

nytimes.com

Wesley Verhoeve

15 days ago

The queen.

Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin announces her retirement

theguardian.com

Wesley Verhoeve

15 days ago

A classic short story about the Dutch Christmas tradition, now read in front of a Dutch audience.

David Sadaris reads 6 To 8 Black Men

youtube.com

Wesley Verhoeve

16 days ago

Lol this reviewer must've never listened to a Beanie Sigel freestyle.

Take "T-Shirt," where Takeoff stacks a whopping 14 variations on the same combination of "i" and "a" vowel sounds

Review: Migos Up Their Game, Take Thrilling Victory Lap on 'Culture'

rollingstone.com

Wesley Verhoeve

17 days ago

A legendary film editor whose voice we rarely get to hear.

Thelma Schoonmaker: Martin Scorsese's Secret Weapon

wnyc.org

Wesley Verhoeve

17 days ago

Incredibly important read.

The excruciating power of Zweig’s memoir lies in the pain of looking back and seeing that there was a small window in which it was possible to act, and then discovering how suddenly and irrevocably that window can be slammed shut.

When It’s Too Late to Stop Fascism, According to Stefan Zweig

newyorker.com

Wesley Verhoeve

17 days ago

Very funny, very depressing.

John Oliver Takes on the Trump Era: The Rolling Stone Interview

rollingstone.com

Wesley Verhoeve

17 days ago

This piece by Rahawa Haile is the most beautiful and arresting writing I've read in a long time.

How Black Books Lit My Way Along The Appalachian Trail

buzzfeed.com

Wesley Verhoeve

17 days ago

An interesting analysis.

BuzzFeed vs. Trump

recode.net

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17 days ago

Beautiful.

In Mexico, Finding Love on the Beach (At Least for a Little While)

vogue.com

Wesley Verhoeve

18 days ago

Shoot/interview I did with Ron King, Sr. VP at Time Inc, in which he shares some sage advice.

From One Man to Another, Ron King

fiveoclock.harrys.com

Wesley Verhoeve

18 days ago

I cannot believe this is our world now.

Europe Must Defend Itself Against A Dangerous President

spiegel.de

Wesley Verhoeve

18 days ago

One of the greatest to ever do it.

passionweiss.com

Wesley Verhoeve

18 days ago

Capturing Oddball New York, While It’s Still Around

nytimes.com

Wesley Verhoeve

18 days ago

Ouch.

In an interview with Fashionsnap, founder, editor and chief photographer Shoichi Aoki said that the main reason his monthly magazine was shuttering after 20 years and 233 issues was that “there were no more fashionable kids to photograph.”

Japanese Street Style Magazine FRUiTS to Shutter After 20 Years Citing Lack of Cool Kids

spoon-tamago.com

Wesley Verhoeve

18 days ago

Brilliant, really.

I Work from Home

newyorker.com

Wesley Verhoeve

18 days ago

Making the abstract personal through some stories on the ground.

It's Working Out Very Nicely

feed.thisamericanlife.org

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