Arts & Entertainment | November 6, 2014 9:00 am

Victoria’s Secret. And Murder. And Kubrick.

With a dash of “True Detective.”

By The Editors

Because you don’t have time to find your horizons (let alone broaden them), we give you Meanwhile Elsewhere: InsideHook’s essential guide to cultural happenings that, interested or not, you should at least be aware of. If you’re just here for the music, here’s our monthly Spotify playlist. Enjoy!


Like True Detective? This is pretty much the radio version, and it’s riveting. Journalist Sarah Koenig deep dives into the case of Adnan Sayed, a Baltimore youth who was, perhaps erroneously, convicted of murdering his girlfriend in 1999. Each episode is one hour long. Perfect for commutes. More picks this way.

READ: Angels

A beautiful coffee table book devoted to, well, beauty. Meaning, 304 pages of artsy B&W pics of Gisele, Adriana Lima, Brooklyn Decker and Alessandra Ambrosio, all by Russell James, a photographer for Victoria’s Secret. More picks this way.

WATCH: Stanley Kubrick: The Masterpiece Collection

Here’s your holiday viewing. A new Blu-ray set featuring eight classic Kubrick flicks — from 1962’s Lolita to the posthumous Eyes Wide Shut — and six documentaries on the auteur, including three new ones. Also includes a new behind-the-scenes photo journal from his life and career. More picks this way.