Kenzie Bryant is a staff writer at Vanity Fair, where she covers people and the way they live.
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The Importance of Being Earnestly Drew BarrymoreThe actor turned talk show host, entrepreneur, influencer, director, producer, and, most recently, editor of her own Drew magazine has made a business of figuring it out. Now, her trademark brand of optimism is defying magazine trends.
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Love the Internet? Hate It? Thank a FanIn a new book, Kaitlyn Tiffany, culture reporter at The Atlantic, delves deep into a world that she’s intimately familiar with—boy band fandom—positing that you can’t fully understand the internet as we know it without first understanding Directioners.
Finally, an Antidote for the Lack of Low-Stakes Gossip in Our LivesIf your gossip coffers have been low in the last few years, between narrowing circles of acquaintances and lackluster celebrity narratives, don’t fret. Podcasts and newsletters are here to restore supplies.
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