Lisa Bonet Steals Our Hearts
October 6, 2020
The elusive actor’s topless cover shoot marked a clear departure from her “Cosby Show” days.
Revisiting Our 1988 Cover Story with Lady Sade, Elusive Pop Diva
January 16, 2019
Revisiting the best moments from Sade’s 1988 Interview cover, where she opens up about her love for dancing, the tabloids, and going to the club.
April 10, 2017
She’s been a wrestling manager, a geisha girl, and Ms. Magazine‘s Woman of the Year. She’s got a load of gold and platinum records and she’s got a diamond engagement ring. She’s for real. And she really talks like that, except sometimes she talks even more like that.
New Again: Janet Jackson
October 13, 2016
You might have noticed that Janet Jackson has been pretty absent from the music scene in recent months—and with good reason: at the age of 50, Ms. Jackson is expecting her first child with her husband, Qatari businessman Wissam al Mana.
New Again: Steven Spielberg
June 22, 2016
Before next week’s release of The BFG, we decided to revisit an interview with a fresh-faced, longhaired Steven Spielberg from May 1977.
April 21, 2016
2016 is quickly becoming the worst year for the history of music.
New Again: Anjelica Huston
July 9, 2014
Yesterday, actress Anjelica Huston turned 63.
New Again: Gene Kelly
June 26, 2013
During July and August, New Yorkers of all ages can revisit the heartwarming melodies of golden-era Gene Kelly musicals from the ’40s and ’50s. We decided to do some revisiting, too; in this case, Gene Kelly’s February 1985 interview conducted by Margy Rochlin, in which Kelly discusses Prince, the romance of musicals, and—speaking of romance—the ladies.
New Again: Molly Ringwald
December 4, 2012
Molly Ringwald gave a voice to every awkward teenage girl from 1984 to… forever. From Sixteen Candles to The Breakfast Club to Pretty in Pink, Molly mapped out all the ups and down of teen life, and she did it with sincerity. Now, Ringwald is 44 years old, married with three kids, a published novelist, and set to develop a new show for Lifetime.
New Again: Hugh Hefner
February 28, 2012
52 years ago on this leap-year day, the first ever Playboy club opened in Chicago. Whether you are fascinated, bored, amused or disgusted by Playboy‘s founder, Hugh Hefner, there is no denying his influence on 20th- and 21st-century Western culture, and many of the arguments made against Playboy in the ’60s and ’70s continue to dominate American political debates.
August 31, 2011
“I like to make people happy. That’s what’s great about show business. It’s escapism. You pay your five bucks to get in and sit there and you’re in another world. Forget about the problems in the world. It’s wonderful. It’s entertaining. It’s magic.”
Joan Didion Immerses Herself Into The Maelstrom
June 1, 1983
In 1983, Joan Didion travelled to El Salvador as a foreign correspondent and encountered the dark forces of political terror.