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Quick-witted lyricist Joe Budden has always had a knack for introspection, taking a life he makes so public and twisting lines around it with humor and biting observation. Hear this talented artist talk about his musical journey, from his formidable Def Jam debut and his days as one-quarter of the hip-hop supergroup Slaughterhouse, to the highly anticipated solo release of "No Love Lost," an album that reflects his personal growth as well as his evolution as an artist. Joe will take a few qu ...
 
Join Jason Bateman, Paula Patton, Alexander Skarsgård, and director Henry-Alex Rubin as they discuss their film, "Disconnect," an exploration of how modern technology affects and defines our relationships. Shot with eavesdropped naturalism, this riveting thriller follows strangers, neighbors, and colleagues whose stories collide as they struggle to find human connection in today’s wired world.
 
iBooks and the Apple Store have teamed up to bring you an incredible mix of interesting authors talking about the biggest books. Subscribe and you'll hear fiction and nonfiction authors from Neil Gaiman to Jeff Kinney to Clive Davis to Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson to Mario Batali discuss their latest books. If you like what you hear, download the books on iBooks.
 
Join filmmaker Harmony Korine ("Kids," "Gummo," "Mister Lonely") as he discusses his latest effort, "Spring Breakers." The film follows four college girls (Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson, Rachel Korine), who land in jail after their spring break partying goes off the rails. They find themselves bailed out by a local drug dealer (James Franco), who takes them under his wing.
 
After getting his musical start on the banjo, guitarist-songwriter Kurt Vile now creates songs that range from gorgeous fingerpicking to ecstatic rock. His latest release, "Wakin on a Pretty Daze," blends the two extremes into a dreamy, expansive, and timeless sound. Join us for this moderated discussion with Kurt as he talks about the new album and answers questions from the audience.
 
Join filmmaker Malik Bendjelloul as he discusses "Searching for Sugarman," his highly acclaimed film that won an Oscar for Best Documentary. The film follows two South Africans who set out to find out what happened to their music hero, Rodriguez — the greatest ’70s rock icon who never was. Their investigation leads them to a story more extraordinary than any of the existing myths about the artist.
 
For 30 years, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Brian Smith’s bold, iconic portraits of famous celebrities, athletes, and executives have appeared in advertising and graced the covers and pages of magazines like Sports Illustrated and Forbes. Brian visited the Apple Store, SoHo to talk about his book, Secrets of Great Portrait Photography, and pull back the curtain on the art of creating great images with extraordinary figures.
 
Join filmmaker Alex Karpovsky ("The Hole Story") as he discusses his two latest films. "Rubberneck" is a slow- burning, character-driven thriller about a scientist who, after a weekend tryst with a coworker, develops unreciprocated desires that go awry. "Red Flag" reveals Karpovsky’s stellar comic chops in a close-to-the-bone comedy in which he plays an indie filmmaker who takes to the road with an old pal for a misbegotten adventure after being dumped.
 
Praised for the “elusive beauty” of his music, saxophonist Ravi Coltrane takes a bold step in his creative journey with his new release, "Spirit Fiction." The album features two bands, each delivering a unique, expressive urgency. Join Ravi in conversation with moderator Ashley Kahn as he discusses his latest album and the influences that shape his music.
 
Join Allen Hughes as he discusses his new crime thriller, "Broken City," starring Mark Wahlberg, Russell Crowe, and Catherine Zeta-Jones. The film is the first Hughes has directed without his brother, Albert, and will be released January 18—exactly 20 years after the release of his critically acclaimed feature, "Menace II Society."
 
As editor-in-chief of "Guitar World" magazine, Brad Tolinski has interviewed and profiled some of music’s greatest guitarists, including Eric Clapton, B.B. King, Eddie Van Halen, Jack White, and Jeff Beck. Join Brad at this event as he speaks about his new book, "Light and Shade," an “oral autobiography” of Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page, and perhaps the most complete and revelatory portrait of the legendary guitarist ever published.
 
Known as much for his irreverent, irrepressible voice as the steamed buns at his Baohaus restaurant, Eddie Huang is one of the funniest and freshest stars in the food world. His new memoir, "Fresh Off the Boat," is a hilarious and insightful mashup of food, culture, family, and the new immigrant experience. Join us for a moderated discussion and audience Q&A with Eddie about his critically acclaimed memoir.
 
Rachael Ray is a New York Times bestselling author of more than twenty cookbooks, the host of multiple cooking shows, and the star of syndicated talk show "Rachael Ray." The Apple Store, SoHo hosted Rachael to talk about her latest book, My Year in Meals—an invitation into her kitchen in which she reveals what she cooked for her own family and friends over the course of a year.
 
Matt Lucas and David Walliams, stars of the irreverent BBC comedy series "Little Britain", bring their unique characters and brand of laughs to the Apple Store SoHo just prior to the premiere of their all-new HBO comedy series LITTLE BRITAIN USA. Written and created by Lucas and Walliams, the six-episode season of the show kicked off Sunday, September 28, debuting immediately following new episodes of the hit comedy series "Entourage."
 
Join filmmaker Juan Solanas and actor Jim Sturgess ("Across the Universe," "Cloud Atlas") as they discuss their new film "Upside Down." Written and directed by Solanas, the romantic science fiction film is the tale of a man (Sturgess) who is searching an alternate universe for a long-lost love from his youth (Kirsten Dunst).
 
Join producer Adrian Grenier (star of "Entourage") and filmmaker Matthew Cooke as they discuss their revealing documentary, "How to Make Money Selling Drugs." The film examines the war on drugs through a series of interviews with drug dealers, prison employees, and lobbyists arguing for tougher drug laws.
 
Join actor Julia Stiles as she discusses her new film, "It’s a Disaster." The dark comedy begins with eight friends at their monthly couples brunch, but what starts as an impromptu airing of domestic grievances takes a sudden, catastrophic turn when the city falls victim to a mysterious attack. Trapped in the house and unsure of their fates, these seemingly normal people become increasingly unhinged—with hilarious, surprising, and revealing results.
 
Join Stephan Pastis, creator of the comic strip "Pearls Before Swine" and "New York Times" best-selling cartoonist, as he discusses his first book for young readers, "Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made." Take 11-year-old Timmy Failure—the clueless, comically self- confident CEO of the best detective agency in town. Add his lazy business partner—a very large polar bear named Total. Throw in the Failuremobile—Timmy’s mom’s Segway. And what you have is Total Failure, Inc. Bring the kids to hear ...
 
Join Isabella Rossellini in conversation with Jessica Shaw of "Entertainment Weekly" as they discuss "Mammas," the new series that explores maternal instincts in the animal kingdom. Isabella sets her provocative lens on creatures’ rites of passage into motherhood. Featuring fantastical costumes and weirdly delightful enactments, Rossellini writes, directs, and slips into the role of animal mother in nine episodes, portraying nontraditional creatures and the ways their maternal instincts are ...
 
Fresh off their critically acclaimed collaboration in "Martha Marcy May Marlene," Antonio Campos, Sean Durkin, and Brady Corbet rejoin forces in the psychological thriller, "Simon Killer." The film stars Corbet as Simon, a seemingly sympathetic man who goes to Paris to recover from heartbreak, where he finds himself in a relationship that leads to blackmail, betrayal, and the revelation of his true nature. Join the filmmakers as they give us a look at creative process behind the film.
 
Join author and educator Adam Stone as he discusses his book, "Pointy Three." Presented in both American Sign Language (ASL) and English, this is the story of a fork who’s missing one of his prongs, but not his brave spirit. Follow Pointy Three on his journey through the land of Dinnertime as he meets characters left and right and looks for a place where he belongs. Adam will also demonstrate how to use iBooks Author and answer a few questions.
 
Ra Ra Riot met while attending school in Syracuse, New York, and quickly graduated from basement rehearsals and student dance parties to blog buzz and acclaim for their debut, "The Rhumb Line." Catch band members in conversation with Jeff Regan of SiriusXM’s "Alt Nation" as they talk about the inspiration behind their new release, "Beta Love"—a collection of giddy pop songs and heady lyrics.
 
Join filmmaker Derek Cianfrance ("Blue Valentine") as he discusses his new film, "The Place Beyond the Pines." The story follows Luke (Ryan Gosling), a motorcycle performer who gives up life on the road when he learns that a former lover (Eva Mendes) has given birth to their son. His employer (Ben Mendelsohn) proposes a partnership in a string of bank robberies, putting Luke on the radar of ambitious rookie cop Avery Cross (Bradley Cooper).
 
In the history of popular music, no one looms as large as Clive Davis. His career has spanned more than forty years, and he has discovered, signed, or worked with a staggering array of artists. Join us for a moderated discussion as Clive talks with "Rolling Stone" contributing editor Anthony DeCurtis about "The Soundtrack of My Life"—his star-studded autobiography in which he shares a personal, candid look into his remarkable life and the last fifty years of popular music as only a true insi ...
 
Join Oscar-nominated filmmaker Lasse Hallström as he discusses "Safe Haven," the romantic thriller based on the novel from Nicholas Sparks. When a mysterious young woman arrives in a small North Carolina town, her reluctance to join the tight-knit community raises questions about her past. Slowly, she begins putting down roots and gets the courage to start a relationship. But dark secrets intrude on her new life with such terror that she’s forced to rediscover the meaning of sacrifice and re ...
 
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Kinvara Balfour and award winning fashion designer Christopher Kane discuss his work at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London. Since graduating in 2006, Kane's brand, run in partnership with his sister Tammy, has become a firm fashion favourite creating collections that embody boundless creativity and innovation.…
 
Influential photographer Nick Knight discusses his work with Kinvara Balfour. As well as consistently challenging conventional notions of beauty and groundbreaking creative collaborations with leading designers including Alexander McQueen, Knight is also founder and director of pioneering fashion website SHOWstudio.…
 
Charlotte Olympia Dellal, founder of Charlotte Olympia, discusses with Kinvara Balfour, the work of the luxury shoe and accessories designer. Influenced by old Hollywood glamour, London-based Charlotte Olympia has become synonymous with playful and feminine designs with a modern silhouette and meticulous attention to detail. Hosted at the Apple Sto…
 
Jim Lee, world-renowned comic book artist and co-publisher of DC Comics, and famed comics writer Scott Snyder visited the Apple Store, SoHo to talk Batman: Zero Year. Moderated by Grantland and Deadspin correspondent David Shoemaker, Lee and Snyder discuss the creative process, the future of comics, and why Batman still has that scowl after all the…
 
He turned Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent into the hottest labels on the planet and has since launched an eponymous line that's loved by all of Hollywood. In his spare time, he directed the Oscar-nominated movie, 'A Single Man'. Hear the legendary Tom Ford talk about the highs and lows of his incredible career with Grazia’s Style Director Paula Reed.…
 
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