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The Rebirth of Carine Roitfeld
The editor is reborn after her French Vogue exit.
How to Play a Tycoon
Richard Gere taps the inner depths of a crooked financier.
Julie Taymor Roars
The Broadway director is back with a vengeance.
The Queen And Her Subjects
Who else but Madonna can identify with scorned royalty? Trying her hand as director of a lush period piece, she is candid about everything from Lady Gaga to her wayward marriage.
Meet the Whiz Kid
He’s gifted, talented, and chummy with the A-List. Introducing Thomas Horn.
Versace on A Budget
The queen of Italy’s blingiest fashion house takes her creations to H&M. Times have changed.
Master of Malice
Frank Langella is back as a lying, cheating scoundrel—and loves it.
Franca Sozzani has shocked the fashion world— and made a fortune in the process.
Is Anyone Cooler Than Jeff Bridges?
The slacker hero is having a career renaissance. His next big move: going country.
Fashion’s Biggest Fight
Hollywood executive Harvey Weinstein talks Halston, Madonna, and Julie Taymor.
The Right’s Thriller King
Why Hollywood is finally embracing Brad Thor's books.
Business Travel Poll: Men and Sex
It's the dirty secret about business travel. Many married men expect sex along with their room service, according to a NEWSWEEK poll. But will the Strauss-Kahn scandal change the rules of the game?
Ben Stiller’s Daddy Issues
The actor goes back where he started—to Broadway, in John Guare’s acid take on celebrity, 'The House of Blue Leaves.'
Broadway's Championship Season
Mormons. Drag queens. Chris Rock. The Great White Way is white-hot.
Spider-Man’s Real Villain
The musical disaster show has made director Julie Taymor this season’s media piñata. But could her departure unmask another culprit?
The Moronic and Magical 'Book of Mormon'
What is it about those Latter-day Saints that’s so funny? Just about everything, say Matt Stone and Trey Parker, the "South Park" masterminds whose new musical, "The Book of Mormon," debuts on Broadway March 24.