Via an exclusive interview with Chicago Sun-Times urban affairs reporter and assistant city editor Maudlyne Ihejirika, Beverly Johnson has talked for the first substantive time about the aftermath of her recent bombshell Vanity FairShow More Summary
In the latest episode of Vanity Fair's "Psych of a Psycho" YouTube series (previous subjects include Game of Thrones' "hideous and vile" juvenile criminal King Joffrey), host Candice DeLong, a former FBI profiler, breaks down the psychology of Breaking Bad's Walter White. Read more...
In the latest episode of Vanity Fair‘s “Psych of a Psycho“, former FBI profiler Candice DeLong, who is regular commentator on the Investigation Discovery channel (ID), uses her skills to analyze and profile the Breaking Bad character Walter White; what motivated him to go from a financially struggling high school teacher to an incredibly wealthy […]
A piece by William D. Cohan in the current issue of Vanity Fair, Wall Street Executives from the Financial Crisis of 2008: Where Are They Now?, is pretty harsh on the bankers who lost their top positions in the 2008 meltdown (Jimmy … Continue reading ? The post Siding with Wall Street’s “Winners” appeared first on Dollars & Sense Blog.
The Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus follows up his Flaunt cover shoot with a new feature in the latest issue of Vanity Fair Italia. Photographed at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, California, Reedus is shot by Thomas Mei and styled by Maryam Malakpour for a relaxed outing. Show More Summary
Billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman told Vanity Fair contributing editor William Cohan that he'd give $1 million to NYU if famed Wall Street lawyer Marty Lipton would debate him on the topic of activist investing. Lipton — a legendary...Show More Summary
I know; "Real Housewives of Westeros" sounds like some bad YouTube sketch where wide-eyed fanboys in bad wigs and terrible drag make endless awful jokes about winter coming. Vanity Fair doesn't...
Condé Nast's last magazines at 4 Times Square — Vanity Fair and Bon Appétit — moved downtown in January, leaving the old Magazine Heaven spaces empty. That included closing down the most architecturally ambitious cafeteria in the world: the swoopy titanium-and-glass room designed by Frank Gehry when the company moved in a decade... More »
In this Vanity Fair video shared by our pal Joe Sabia, FBI vet Candice Delong examines Breaking Bad's Walter White, and how the teacher-turned-king pin justified his crimes. (more…)
Vanity Fair asked Game of Thrones' Sophie Turner to describe what The Real Housewives of Westeros would look like - and what she improvs is more than worthy of its own AU fic page on AO3. "You do not bring your dragons in on my chic...
Problem #1: University of Pennsylvania student newspaper The Daily Pennsylvanian has, for decades now, chosen to release its annual April Fool’s issue way before April 1. So from that straight-up calendar end, there’s no way for folks...Show More Summary
Vanity Fair | Philly.com Vanity Fair mistakenly sourced an article from a joke issue of the University of Pennsylvania’s student newspaper, The Daily Pennsylvanian, for a story that “Harry Potter” actress Emma Watson was heading to that university for graduate school. Show More Summary
For its latest installment of “Improv Imagination,” Vanity Fair asked Game Of Thrones star Sophie Turner (aka Sansa Stark) to describe an episode of (the totally fictional) Real Housewives of Westeros, Read the rest
Robin Wright, who plays Claire Underwood in Netflix’s award-winning “House of Cards,” in the April issue of Vanity Fair, explains how she sees her character, and it is likely to be different than the way many fans of the show...
In the world of standardized testing, it's probably safe to assume that Taylor Swift knows a little something about Taylor Swift. Apparently more than standardized testing knows about Taylor Swift: Vanity Fair spots a Tumblr exchange in which a Swift fan studying for the SATs stumbled across a grammar question...
Moviegoers all over Twitter and other social media were in an uproar when it was announced that Beyoncé may be joining Brad Pitt, Ryan Gosling, and Christian Bale in The Big Short.Vanity Fair discussed the rumor. “And now—despite all...Show More Summary
In 2012, author and editor Kevin Sessums shared a post that his old colleague from Vanity Fair George Hodgman had written from his hometown of Paris, Missouri, where he was caring for his mother, Betty. Sessums introduced it, in part, by saying: \"His missives here on Facebook about his time back home with her are so beautiful. Show More Summary
Last summer, Monica Lewinsky made a big splash by writing an article for Vanity Fair that denounced the "culture of humiliation" she so famously endured—and which she fears is only getting worse because "the Internet has seismicallyShow More Summary
In light of new, recently uncovered information involving alleged murderer and real estate heir Robert Durst, Investigation Discovery (ID) announced today it will air a special presentation of the hit series, VANITY FAIR CONFIDENTIA...
FBI veteran Candice Delong has analyzed Gone Girl‘s antiheroine Amy Dunne’s story in a video with Vanity Fair. Delong doesn’t buy it all. In her analysis, which you can view above, Delog diagnoses Amy with Munchausen syndrome and challenges the detectives in the story for not being more suspicious.