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Encounter Archive

June 7, 2010
39 Minutes With Ace Greenberg

The former Bear Stearns chairman sets the record straight on who’s to blame for his firm’s collapse. He’s also good at card tricks.

May 31, 2010
87 Minutes With Alexa Ray Joel

It’s never easy to get noticed when you’re the daughter of superstars. But with a catchy new single—and a new nose—she’s flirting with fame at last.

May 14, 2010
21 Minutes With Michael Douglas

The actor talks about greed, playing the bad guy, and his troubled son, Cameron. But really he just wants a vacation.

May 17, 2010
62 Minutes With Charlotte Gainsbourg

Born to fame, or at least experience, the singer, actress, and fashion muse is just glad to see her kids again, at last.

May 10, 2010
152 Minutes With Hanson

Brothers Isaac, Taylor, and Zac are dads now, still selling out shows in New York, and more or less comfortable with their massively successful juvenilia.

May 3, 2010
168 Minutes With Common

Hustling Madison Square Garden—and everywhere else—with the rapper, actor, and boyfriend of Serena Williams.

April 26, 2010
135 Minutes With Nikki Yanofsky

The precocious, phenomenally talented Quebecois belter arrives in town—post-Olympics, pre–album launch—and swears she’s not another Céline Dion.

April 19, 2010
49 Minutes With Paul Verhoeven

The auteur of Showgirls and RoboCop wants to make a movie of what he sees as the historical, Che Guevara–like Jesus Christ, stripped of his miracle-working divinity.

April 12, 2010
66 Minutes With Green Day

Sipping soda with the bratty, poppy punkers as they prepare for their Broadway debut. It’s like “Tommy falling down the stairs and running into Hedwig!”

April 5, 2010
49 Minutes With Maria Bartiromo

A ride in the Escalade of CNBC’s top-rated anchor—and now inspirational-book author—who’s still running faster than the other kids.

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