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  1. it girl
    Liz Phair Remembers It AllThe Gen-X rocker looks back on three decades of being an “It” girl.
  2. it girl
    Evanescence’s Amy Lee Still Holds the Goth-Metal CrownThe Evanescence front woman looks back on the band’s platinum debut, 20 years later.
  3. encounter
    The Olympian Fighting for Her Right to RunIn her memoir, Caster Semenya details how she has coped with being banned since 2019 from the sport she loves.
  4. breakout
    Eclipsing the RotundaWith “Going Dark,” curator Ashley James brings an unconventional group show to the Guggenheim’s famed spiral.
  5. encounter
    Braiding Her Way Onto BroadwayNana Mensah brings a determined hairdresser to life in Jaja’s African Hair Braiding.
  6. culture
    Photographer Kierra Branker Brings Artifacts to LifeThe Creator Labs Photo Fund prizewinner chronicles her family history between Orlando and Trinidad.
  7. it girl
    Este Haim Is Letting Her Freak Flag FlyHaim’s bassist, vocalist, and eldest sister knows exactly what she likes.
  8. breakout
    “I Don’t Like the Feeling of Being Pinned Down”C Pam Zhang’s debut examined an unsung period of Chinese-American history. Her new novel is all about pleasure.
  9. “it” girl
    Sexyy Red Keeps It Very Real“I don’t care what nobody think about me.”
  10. culture
    Jordan Firstman Spoofs HimselfHe’s trying to “use his powers for good” in Sebastián Silva’s Rotting in the Sun.
  11. it girl
    You Can Find Laufey on the Dance FloorThe Gen-Z jazz musician counts Dior saddlebags, Levi’s 501s, and Santal 33 among her “It”-girl necessities.
  12. it girl
    Arlo Parks Pivots to PoetryThe Grammy-nominated musician is pivoting to poetry with her forthcoming book, The Magic Border.
  13. cut covers
    Yung Miami Is an Open Book“I am who I am. I don’t like anyone talking for me.”
  14. rules to live by
    Zoë Chao’s Virgo Is ShowingTrue to her astrological sign, The Afterparty actress wishes she had more rules to follow in her life.
  15. rules to live by
    Sarita Choudhury Loves Gifting a NegligeeThe And Just Like That … actor on the joy of giving spicy gifts.
  16. encounter
    Michelle Buteau Shrinks for No OneThe comedian’s new show is as refreshingly sincere as the essay collection it’s based on.
  17. q&a
    An Acid Trip Through Generational TraumaRuth Madievsky’s ‘All-Night Pharmacy’ is not your typical L.A. story.
  18. cut covers
    Keke Palmer Is the Internet’s SweetheartBut the multi-hyphenate is more than just the Queen of Meme.
  19. taste test
    Lola Tung Was Meant to Play a Jenny Han HeroineThe breakout star of The Summer I Turned Pretty rewatches Han’s previous work whenever she can.
  20. breakout
    The Actor Bringing Harlem to BroadwayKara Young reflects on the politics of performance.
  21. q&a
    The Love Story That Riled Up BookTokThe controversial analysis of race in Everything’s Fine has ruffled some feathers, but author Cecilia Rabess isn’t too fazed.
  22. profile
    Hey, It’s Sara RamírezThey’ve heard your Che Diaz jokes.
  23. taste test
    Maitreyi Ramakrishnan Graduates From Never Have I EverThe actress talks wrapping up her Mindy Kaling–anointed role and the supremacy of children’s pizzas.
  24. taste test
    Don’t Do Coke in the BathroomAnd other party tips from Run the World star Bresha Webb.
  25. rules to live by
    Michaela Watkins Is “Honest to a Fault”Unlike her You Hurt My Feelings character, the actress has a hard time telling little white lies.
  26. breakout
    Courtney Eaton Eats Flesh in Real Life, TooBut the Yellowjackets star is nowhere near as dark as her character.
  27. dream date
    Meet Your New Prince EricJonah Hauer-King plays the Disney heartthrob with bashful introspection.
  28. rules to live by
    Onstage, Hayley Williams Follows No RulesThe Paramore front woman once aimed for the worst-dressed list; now, she embraces the fashion world.
  29. families
    What Do You Do When Your Mom Disappears Without a Trace?If you’re Reed and Sam Harkness, you make a documentary about it.
  30. work
    How to Gracefully Decline a Job OfferIt’s completely okay for you to reject an employer, just as it’s normal for employers to turn down applicants.
  31. encounter
    Minka Kelly Lets GoFor years, the actress lived under the weight of her chaotic upbringing. Now, with a new memoir, it’s time for release.
  32. taste test
    J. Smith-Cameron Is Mourning Logan Roy Over Vegan DinnersShe knows you’re hungry for more Succession “slime puppy” moments, too.
  33. dream date
    Will Poulter Can’t Believe He’s This Swole EitherThe humble Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 actor puts his hands to good use.
  34. encounter
    Bridget Everett Finally Gets Her Due“No. 1 on the call sheet is not always a plus-size fading flower.”
  35. swellness
    Are You There, Judy Blume? It’s Me, Kelly Fremon Craig.The novelist refused to adapt her most famous work for 50 years. One letter changed her mind.
  36. rules to live by
    Ghost Stories Make the Best IcebreakersAm I Being Unreasonable? star Daisy May Cooper makes the case for paranormal small talk and self-deprecating humor.
  37. breakout
    Auli’i Cravalho Embraces Her PowerPlaying a Disney princess made her famous at 14. Now, she’s carefully calculating her next act.
  38. q&a
    Ariela Barer Is Sure We Can Fix the Climate CrisisThe 24-year-old How to Blow Up a Pipeline co-writer and star is taking matters into her own hands.
  39. q&a
    David Jonsson on Rye Lane’s Colorful EnergyThe Peckham-set rom-com takes place a world away from the chaotic London financial district on Industry.
  40. taste test
    Tawny Cypress Is a True Jersey GirlThe Yellowjackets star on the home state she shares with Christina Ricci, those Taissa theories, and rewatching Golden Girls.
  41. cut covers
    Reintroducing Ali WongHer next phase includes dipping into dramatic roles on TV and testing the dating-app waters.
  42. q&a
    Clarkisha Kent Takes Aim at Racialized Fatphobia in Her New MemoirFilled with pop-culture references, Fat Off, Fat On: A Big Bitch Manifesto is a tool to unlearn anti-fat messaging.
  43. cut covers
    Lucy Liu Is the Least-Bothered Person You Know“I’m sure there are tons of people who don’t like my work or my career or me. I’m not here to change somebody’s mind.”
  44. q&a
    Please Reconsider New Zealand As Your Apocalypse DestinationEleanor Catton’s new novel, ‘Birnam Wood,’ satirizes her country’s utopian image.
  45. ask a boss
    How to Answer ‘Tell Me About Yourself’ in a Job InterviewOnce you understand what your interviewer is looking for, this question gets much easier to approach.
  46. breakout
    Madelyn Cline Will Prove You WrongLike her Glass Onion character, Madelyn Cline is determined to show you there’s more to her than meets the eye.
  47. dream date
    Bilal Baig Steps Into Their Comfort ZoneSort Of’s star and co-creator finds their sweet spot.
  48. cut covers
    Lourdes Leon Never Thought She’d Drop a RecordThe stakes are a little higher when your mother’s a pop icon.
  49. breakout
    A Perfectionist on the BeatDiscipline is second nature to composer turned rapper HAWA.
  50. the white lotus
    Haley Lu Richardson Isn’t Afraid to Be CringeIs her Instagram presence corny? Maybe. Does the White Lotus star care? Definitely not.
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