ABOVE: Window shopping.
INDIEWIRE: The history of film, explained in the no-nonsense poetry of James Schamus's three-minute short.
L.A. TIMES: Border Patrol throws away migrants' belongings, so one janitor saved, artfully arranged and photographed them. This reminds me of those stories in the tabloids in the '80s of Madonna's trash.
EXTRATV: I thought Hustlers was fun enough, but Oscar talk for J.Lo offends me. Still, it was such a sensation that it garnered a Gotham Awards nom. At the ceremony, Lopez addressed the idea of Hustlers on Broadway ... a full-circle moment for Times Square!
OMG.BLOG! (WORK UNFRIENDLY): Jeremie Elkain in a naked blast from the past in Come Undone and other projects.
THE NEW EUROPEAN: Nigel Farage has defended Boris Johnson's use of the phrase “bum boys,” calling it simple branding. Johnson is on track to win big in the U.K.
NYP: Tan your taint!
TOWLEROAD: Elton John humiliated two security guards doing exactly what Elton John's people paid them to do.
NYT: Trump's trashed NATO many times, but he took exception to Macron's critical remarks.
DESIGNBOOM: Inside Lisbon's MAAT (Museum de Arte, Arquitetura e Tecnologia), artists João Pedro Vale and Nuno Alexandre Ferreira have built a two-story sex club slash prison slash sauna meant to draw parallels between actual incarceration and living as a marginalized person in society.
SOCIALITE LIFE: An exclusive chat with Divina De Campo, RuPaul's Drag Race U.K. contender.
BBC: 18,000-year-old puppy — or is it a wolf? — found frozen and preserved in permafrost is a major discovery, and could be an unknown species. The degree to which it looks like it died yesterday is crazy.
YOUTUBE: The worst thing you can say to a gay man in his 30s, aside from, “You're about 40, right?”