How Maya Rudolph Became the Master of Impressions
The star on her unstoppable rise, repping gang life, and the peril of butt injections.
“Tiffany Haddish may, in fact, be too good at being Tiffany Haddish. Too good at seeming like one of your friends who became famous. At times, she treats her new fame like she is on a group text with the world.”
A profile of the diva who is proving that drag is entertainment for everyone.
“From this day forward, Ken doesn’t always have to look like the most basic frat bro ever to get a B- in econ. He can be complicated, mysterious—maybe even vegan. No more Mr. Nice Ken. (Actually, he’ll still be very, very nice.)”
A profile of The Rock, the best friend you didn’t know you had.
A look inside Donald Trump’s portfolio of exclusive real estate properties.
“Think about that: Kim has so thoroughly monetized the very act of living that the money she earns from being filmed going about her life constitutes a relatively small sum compared with the one she generates from allowing people to see pictures and cartoon drawings of the life she has already filmed. She has figured out how to spin the mundanity of being herself—something billions of people do every day for free—into a more lucrative business than being the most famous rapper in the world.”
A conversation about God, anxiety, and the monkey.
“Everyone on the boat is racist and nice. Including me.”