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  1. profile
    Cory Booker Wants to Give You a Hug, and Be Your Next PresidentHe’s ready to run the most optimistic, earnest, emotionally present campaign in history — and is betting that’s what Trump’s America is ready for.
  2. profile
    After Decades of Silence, Soon-Yi Previn SpeaksAs controversies tumbled around her, the daughter of Mia Farrow and wife of Woody Allen stayed quiet. No more.
  3. profile
    John C. Reilly Is Everybody’s Better HalfHe says he works best in duos, and he’s in three this fall: Stan & Ollie, Holmes and Watson, and The Sisters Brothers.
  4. profile
    The PerfectionistMac Miller is finally making the music he’s always wanted to make.
  5. profile
    Frank Langella Thought About Quitting KiddingBut he’s finally learning not to make the dangerous career choice.
  6. fashion
    Rachel Comey Makes Herself ComfortableThe designer has built an independent fashion business making other women feel that way too.
  7. profile
    The World Has Finally Caught Up to Jane FondaThe original celebrity activist on regret and radical empathy in the age of Trump.
  8. fall preview
    What Do You Expect From Jonah Hill? How About ‘Director’?The actor and unlikely style icon on finding his true calling.
  9. profile
    Sandra Oh Finally Gets Her DueAfter decades in supporting parts, the Emmy nominee plays the hero in Killing Eve.
  10. profile
    Parkland Activist David Hogg Is Taking His Gap Year at the BarricadesFurious and unflinching, an NRA enemy, an accused “crisis actor,” and a high-school grad trying to figure out what’s next.
  11. profile
    Tessa Thompson Knows People Can’t Stop Thinking About HerShe’d just rather you think about her work than her personal life.
  12. encounter
    Playing Dumpling Roulette With Kieran Culkin, TV’s New Favorite Lovable Bad BoyHe’s the breakout character on HBO’s Succession, the breakout show of the summer.
  13. backstories
    There’s Something About HenryHow Henry Golding, a travel host with no acting credits to his name, became the leading man in three upcoming films, starting with Crazy Rich Asians.
  14. movies
    Crazy Rich Asians Author Kevin Kwan Goes HollywoodThe author is happy to be the public face of his book’s upcoming movie adaptation. But he’d be happier if somebody else were doing it for him.
  15. profile
    Amber Tamblyn Is Advocating for Women, and HerselfShe’s lactating on late-night TV, teaching feminism to David Cross and Quentin Tarantino, and attacking rape culture in her debut novel.
  16. profile
    Amber Tamblyn Is Advocating for Women, and HerselfShe’s lactating on late-night TV, teaching feminism to David Cross and Quentin Tarantino, and attacking rape culture in her debut novel.
  17. profile
    Boots Riley Wants You to StrikeThe Coup rapper just made his first movie, Sorry to Bother You, about the ravages of late-stage capitalism — and it’s poised to be a hit.
  18. southern cooking
    Meet the Southern Chef Spreading the Word of Gullah Geechee CuisineBenjamin Dennis’s food is southern, but has nothing to do with macaroni and cheese or fried chicken.
  19. profile
    Snail Mail’s Lindsey Jordan Can Control Her Feelings and Yours, TooOn Lush she’ll make you feel like a teen again.
  20. Jason Mitchell Has a Crazy Story for YouThe star of Superfly on how he made it in Hollywood in only seven months.
  21. profile
    Misogyny Is Boring As HellCarmen Maria Machado writes fantastical tales about the banal horrors of sexism. Lately, it’s her story about Junot Díaz that’s getting attention.
  22. Michelle Wolf Couldn’t Escape D.C. Fast EnoughAfter the Correspondents’ Dinner, a merciful break from politics for the host of Netflix’s The Break With Michelle Wolf.
  23. profile
    Meet Jorja Smith: The Soul Singer Who Turned Down Drake“Maybe I am a bit of a siren.”
  24. Freddie Highmore Is America’s Top DocThe Good Doctor star is now ABC’s No. 1 star, and he comes with zero negative side effects.
  25. no man's land
    Jessica Williams Is Ready to Claim What’s HersShe has built a corner of Hollywood that’s entirely her own.
  26. from the archives
    Sarah Jessica Parker Would Like a Few Words With Carrie BradshawRevisiting New York’s 2008 profile of the Sex and the City star.
  27. What Shawn Mendes Has Gone ThroughThe teen-pop megastar reveals a dark — or at least darker — side on his make-or-break third album.
  28. Zachary Quinto on Boys, Acting In and Out of the Closet, and Mind ControlIn the Broadway revival of The Boys in the Band, he leads an all-star cast of openly gay actors back to the days when being out was career suicide.
  29. profile
    Liz Phair, 25 Years Out of ExileA quarter century after her career-making album, she’s still writing songs first and foremost for herself.
  30. Liz Phair, 25 Years Out of ExileA quarter century after her career-making album, she’s still writing songs first and foremost for herself.
  31. profile
    J. Cole Just Wants to Be HimselfThe 33-year-old rapper on his new album, SoundCloud disses, and how he stopped caring what other people think.
  32. profile
    Busy Philipps on Instagram, Her BFF Michelle Williams, and Losing Heath LedgerInstagram’s favorite storyteller has so much more to say.
  33. Meet Justina Ireland, YA Twitter’s Leading WarriorHow the activist and author became the most controversial figure in young-adult literature, one tweet at a time.
  34. profile
    Kay Cannon Ponders the Dilemma of Making Big-Budget Feminist ComedyThe Pitch Perfect writer and Girlboss showrunner sees her directorial debut, the teen sex comedy Blockers, as a feminist project of a certain stripe.
  35. John Krasinski Wants You to Be Afraid of HimJim Halpert tries his hand at horror – as co-writer, director, and star of A Quiet Place.
  36. fascinators
    Roxanne, Roxanne Tells the Unknown Story of the First Female RapperThe relentlessly optimistic rapper gets her day and then some.
  37. profile
    Can Leslie Jamison Top The Empathy Exams With Her Mega-Memoir of Addiction?The Recovering is a 534-page palimpsest of Jamison’s battle with alcoholism that doesn’t adhere to the typical recovery narrative structure.
  38. encounter
    This 10-Year-Old Drag Performer Is Cooler Than YouShopping with drag kid and LGBTQIA herstorian Desmond Napoles, a.k.a. Desmond Is Amazing.
  39. Can Leslie Jamison Top The Empathy Exams With Her Mega-Memoir of Addiction?The Recovering is a 534-page palimpsest of Jamison’s battle with alcoholism that doesn’t adhere to the typical recovery narrative structure.
  40. profile
    David Oyelowo Is Taking a Bigger Piece of the PieHe’s tackled roles from MLK to Othello. But with Gringo, he’s ready to make you laugh.
  41. profile
    Zazie Beetz on Deadpool, Atlanta, and Overcoming Her AnxietyIn the chaotic world of Atlanta, she’s a grounding force.
  42. culture
    ‘Don’t Get Caught Up in Men’ and Other Easy Business Advice From a Beauty MogulKa’oir on starting a beauty empire, making $30 million, and life with Gucci Mane.
  43. profile
    Poppy Just Might Be the Warhol of the Youtube EraIs the viral star and pop singer enacting a meta-commentary on fame? Or does she simply want to be famous?
  44. profile
    After a Very Big Year, Mary J. Blige Is Seeing Herself Anew“I learned that I’m a powerful woman because I don’t have to say much to be heard,” says the R&B star and double Oscar nominee.
  45. profile
    After a Very Big Year, Mary J. Blige Is Seeing Herself Anew“I learned that I’m a powerful woman because I don’t have to say much to be heard,” says the R&B star and double Oscar nominee.
  46. profile
    Barbara Kruger ForeverThe essential artist talks Ikea, Trump, hypebeasts, sex, and power.
  47. profile
    Zach Galifianakis Is Happy to Play the Sad ClownAfter a sudden and not entirely welcome rise to fame, the comedian has found his place with the deliciously absurd quasi-sitcom Baskets.
  48. profile
    The Magic Skin of Glossier’s Emily WeissHow fast can a beauty blogger become the millennials’ Estée Lauder? About three years.
  49. profile
    Lena Waithe Is Creating the CultureThe Emmy winner simply tells the stories that she knows best. The difference is that, suddenly, everyone wants to listen.
  50. profile
    Lena Waithe Is Creating the CultureThe Emmy winner simply tells the stories that she knows best. The difference is that, suddenly, everyone wants to listen.
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