Rolling Stones’ list of the best movies of 2021 (so far) include stories about a thrilling viral Twitter thread, sugar daddies at a shiva, artists trying to become masters, and more.
Each year, TIME chooses a person, a group, an idea, or an object that “for better or for worse” has had the most impact on the events over the 12 months.
Over the past 12 months, there has been no shortage of headline-grabbing public figures, 100 of whom made it onto TIME’s list of the most influential people in the world.
TIME has revealed its ‘Person of the Year’ for 2019, and I would suggest that many of us saw this one coming.
If you’re a fan of the classics, chances are a few of these names are going to come from way out of left field. Maybe it’s time to expand our horizons.
Meghan joined the Vogue team as a guest editor on the all-important September issue, but things have not gone as planned.
News about Donald Trump and his exploits dominates just about every American media outlet, which led to New York Magazine taking an editorial stand.
I guess we’re at the stage of the year where we start picking out some movies you may have missed. Sure beats playing outside in the rain.
Cracking the latest TIME cover photo will be a source of pride for photographer Johnny Miller, although it’s not a great look for the rest of us.
Over the past few years, TIME have had a number of covers depicting Donald struggling to stay afloat in the Oval Office. He’s a little happier, now.
After being blasted for their blackface fiasco, Vogue has come under fire once again for putting a photo of a Saudi princess driving on their front cover.
Ever seen Christina Aguilera without makeup? No? Now’s your chance, because the pop star stripped down for Paper magazine and she’s gorgeous.
Turning up inside the hallowed covers of TIME is no mean feat, and the January 29 edition of the magazine includes a mention of Cape Town’s favourite pizza guys.
Down here in the Mother City we’re freaking out about the impending Day Zero, but down below in Antarctica there’s a different problem to deal with.
We all know Day Zero is going to get very ugly, very quickly, and TIME aren’t holding back when describing what lies in store for the Mother City.
Every now and then, a publication as revered as TIME does something that hits the nail on the head. They’ve done well with their award this time around.
If you think the hype around Elon is too much, consider the fact that he has started four separate billion dollar companies. Here he opens up about Amber Heard and his abusive father.
In an effort to “Break the Internet”, Paper magazine chose Nicki Minaj as their cover star, appearing three times over. This one is pretty racy.
For 50 years, Rolling Stone has captured some of the most iconic moments in rock history. To celebrate, they’ve put them all together and we’ve picked our favourites.
Even by Trump’s usual low standards, the past few days have seen his name dragged through the mud. Now these magazines have had just about enough.
Alfred E. Neuman and his friends at MAD Magazine aren’t quite as famous as they were back in the day, but they’re still producing the odd cracker.
Fashion is a cutthroat business. and so is the magazine industry that goes hand in hand with it. Now one pissed off former editor is hitting back.
I think you can call yourself an influencer if you crack TIME’s list of the most influential people on the internet. Here’s a couple you might not have seen coming.
Serena Williams posed for the August edition of Vanity Fair, and much like Demi in the 90s she didn’t hold back. The story itself is interesting, too.