Last night at Radio City Music Hall, Antony and the Johnsons performed Swanlights, a one-night-only performance art exhibition commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art.The nightfeatured interpretive dance, a laser light show, and a stage design that ought to have its own wing of the actual MoMA, not to mention frontman Antony Hegarty performing (in a breathtaking — as usual — white gown) selections from all four Antony and the Johnsons albums (2000's self-titled, 2005's I Am a Bird Now, 2009's The Crying Light, and 2010's Swanlights) with the assistance of the 60-piece New York Symphony Orchestra, light artist Chris Levine, lighting designer Paul Normandale, and set designer Carl Robertshaw.
André 3000 isn't just the wizard of guest verses. The OutKast MC eats his vegetables, too. Last week, Dre jotted down his favorite kale recipe for Bon Appetit's Back of the Napkin series, saying he "fell in love" with the chewy, leafy green and all the nutrients it carries. He raps, he sings, he acts, and now, turns out he cooks! Listen, this man is magic. If he can do that to a Ke$ha song, just think what he can do to a couple heads of vitamin-rich cabbage. So, naturally, we had to put his recipe to the test. SPIN headed down to our nearest Whole Foods (because where else is Stacks going to get his soy-free margarine?) and rustled up as many of the ingredients as we could find.