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  1. q&a
    This Might Be the Most Scarily Relevant Thing on TV Right NowTalking with the writer and director of What the Constitution Means to Me.
  2. introductions
    Francesca Scorsese Will Have a Spaghetti Fight if That’s What it TakesThe 20-year-old actress on everything from her debut role to managing her dad’s Instagram.
  3. creative class
    Weruche Opia Wants Everyone’s Story ToldThe I May Destroy You actress on making it in the film industry.
  4. creative class
    Your Favorite Auntie is Here to HelpMarjon Carlos talks about her creative journey and diversity in the fashion industry.
  5. introductions
    Meet Your New French BoyfriendOh là là — it’s Lucas Bravo, the star of Emily in Paris.
  6. creative class
    Condola Rashad on How to Find Your VoiceThe singer/actress talks about her creative path.
  7. q+a
    You’ve Never Seen a Coming-of-Age Show Like ThisJordan Kristine Seamón, the star of We Are Who We Are, on her astonishing breakout role.
  8. q&a
    How a Marriage Survives a CultSarah Edmondson and Nippy Ames, stars of the HBO docuseries The Vow, on escaping NXIVM and what came after.
  9. fashion
    A Sweatpants Pioneer on the Future of FashionIt’s Norma Kamali’s time to shine. Again.
  10. the creative class
    The South Sudanese Model Who Always Defies ExpectationsAweng Ade-Chuol says she’s simply living her truth.
  11. creative class
    Sasheer Zamata on Where She Finds Her ConfidenceThe comedian, writer, and actress on how she stays creative.
  12. culture
    The Joy of Agnès VardaThe filmmaker’s daughter, Rosalie Varda, discusses her mother’s legacy, and her playful, curious approach to life.
  13. q&a
    ‘I’m an Adult, But I’m Splashing Around in the Mud’Lisa Hanawalt on juvenile humor, her early work, and season two of Tuca & Bertie.
  14. q+a
    Chanel Miller Is Happy You Know Her Name NowThe author-artist on life after Emily Doe and the importance of appreciating the little things.
  15. q+a
    How Meghan Markle Was Set Up to FailThe author of Finding Freedom, the new book on Meghan and Harry, explains how “her differences were weaponized against her.”
  16. q&a
    What If We Stopped Listening to Beauty Influencers?Shea Couleé and Teddy Quinlivan are the faces of a democratic new beauty app.
  17. q+a
    How to Build A Sex SceneIta O’Brien choreographed all the intimate scenes in two of the year’s most notable shows: I May Destroy You and Normal People.
  18. music
    This Queer French Singer Will Make You CrySoko talks motherhood and the emotional journey of making her new album.
  19. health
    All Your COVID-19 Questions, AnsweredSober, simple, science-backed advice for managing the risks.
  20. q+a
    Twitter’s Infamous Ana de Armas Stan Account Speaks@ArmasUpdates is known for its lighthearted critiques of Ana de Armas’s mask-less walks, and for being blocked by the object of its fandom.
  21. q+a
    P-Valley Gives Sex Work Its Due“Sex work is work, and it’s worthy of exploration,” director Katori Hall argues.
  22. q&a
    Elisabeth Moss Would Be Happy Playing Shirley Jackson ForeverThe actress talks getting into the head of the infamous writer.
  23. q&a
    ‘Black Women Are the Architects of Cuisine’Klancy Miller on her new magazine celebrating Black women in food and wine.
  24. q+a
    ‘I’m Sick of Seeing the Same Recipes by the Same People’Talking to Padma Lakshmi about the current state of food media, cultural appropriation, and her new show, Taste the Nation.
  25. q&a
    Dreamy Photos of New York, From a Captain America ActorSebastian Stan on the city he’ll never leave.
  26. power
    The Women Who Criticized Amazon — and Got FiredTwo former employees say the company needs to do more for its warehouse workers, and for the planet.
  27. q&a
    The Abortion Movie You’ve Never Seen BeforeNever Rarely Sometimes Always follows a teenager trying to get an abortion — and shows just how harrowing that process is for many Americans.
  28. q&a
    Midwives Are Swamped With Home-Birth RequestsBut making a last-minute switch probably isn’t a good idea.
  29. q&a
    If You Like Nora Ephron, You’ll Love The PhotographDirector Stella Meghie on creating a lush, dreamy southern love story.
  30. talk the talk
    How the Designer Behind Marni Makes Fashion FunIn the hands of Francesco Risso, the label is a colorful corrective to the industry’s pervasive self-seriousness.
  31. q&a
    ‘Sex Can Be Anything’Pondering “the problem of romance” with the poet, activist, and sex worker Rachel Rabbit White.
  32. q&a
    The Director Who Told a Different Stripper StoryLorene Scafaria on getting Hustlers green-lit by executives who couldn’t say “stripper” without giggling.
  33. q&a
    The World of Rick OwensA career-spanning conversation with the godfather of goth glam.
  34. who were the 2010s?
    Instagram’s Co-Founder on Creating the World’s FilterKevin Systrom talks truth, scale, and influencers.
  35. who were the 2010s?
    Kim Kardashian West on Her Decade of Multi-Platform FameThroughout the 2010s, she demonstrably shifted American culture, changing the way we understand fame and the internet.
  36. follow me
    The Fluffiest Butt on InstagramMaxine has an agent, brand deals, and 262K followers.
  37. follow me
    The Vegan Blogger Caught Eating FishYovana Mendoza on the aftermath of her seafood scandal.
  38. money talks
    Lindy West Is Still Getting Used to Her Hollywood PaycheckTalking to the best-selling author about the financial uncertainty inherent in making your living as a writer.
  39. culture
    She Couldn’t Find Dominican Women in Official Archives. So She Started Her Own.Talking to novelist Angie Cruz about her Instagram archive, Dominicanas NYC.
  40. doing the most
    Gloria Steinem Just Wanted to Pay Her BillsThe feminist icon on ambition, insults, and making rent in New York.
  41. ambition
    The Motivating Power of Staying Pissed OffCEO Sallie Krawcheck on bad bosses, getting fired, and why it pays to stay angry.
  42. q&a
    Olive Kitteridge, Maine’s Saltiest Character, Is BackTalking to Elizabeth Strout about her new sequel, Olive, Again.
  43. doing the most
    ‘Turning 40 and Having Twins Made Me a Better Comedian’Actress Michelle Buteau on why she’s finally hitting her stride.
  44. q&a
    The Man With the Pearl Penis SpeaksDemi Moore’s ex, Will Hanigan, responds to the Cut’s essay, and talks to us about his “pearl enhanced paraphernalia.”
  45. living with money
    ‘I Saved $100,000 in 3 Years’Talking to money coach Tori Dunlap about her very strict saving plan.
  46. q&a
    The Book That Radicalized Feminists Across the Country Is BackTalking to Alix Kates Shulman about her ‘70s feminist classic, Memoirs of an Ex-Prom Queen.
  47. q&a
    This Writer Interviewed Her Rapist, 14 Years LaterTalking to Jeannie Vanasco about her memoir, Things We Didn’t Talk About When I Was a Girl.
  48. q&a
    She Was a Brain Expert — Until She Lost Her MemoryHow neuroscientist Jill Bolte Taylor rebuilt her career after a health crisis.
  49. q&a
    Kara Swisher on Ambition, Bad Bosses, and Having a Baby at 56“A lot of people have told me, ‘You should be more humble.’ And I’m like, ‘Why?’”
  50. q&a
    Sarah M. Broom Knows What You Think of Her HometownTalking to the writer about myths of New Orleans and her debut memoir, The Yellow House.
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