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From entertainment to world affairs, business to style, design to society, Vanity Fair is a cultural catalyst—a magazine that provokes and drives the popular dialogue. With its unique mix of stunning photography, in-depth reportage, and social commentary, Vanity Fair accelerates ideas and images to center stage.

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Kacey Musgraves - Hidden Brain

9/14/2015
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Kacey Musgraves - Hidden Brain by Vanity Fair

Duration: 00:07:16


The Bonds Of Battle - Tom Taylorson

5/12/2015
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The Bonds Of Battle - Tom Taylorson by Vanity Fair

Grazer's Edge - Brian Grazer

2/20/2015
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Grazer's Edge - Brian Grazer by Vanity Fair

My Humble Beginnings

10/14/2014
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My Humble Beginnings by Vanity Fair

When LA Was Young - Robert Wagner - Excerpt

2/13/2014
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In this month’s issue of V.F. Audio—the audio edition of the magazine—listen to Robert Wagner read an excerpt from his memoir, You Must Remember This: Life and Style in Hollywood’s Golden Age, out in March.

VF Audio: Jimmy Fallon's February 2014 Cover Story

1/24/2014
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As Jimmy Fallon prepares to take the helm of The Tonight Show in February, listen to the back-story of bringing the late-night show back to N.Y.C. after 42 years in L.A. on this month’s edition of V.F. Audio.

Nicole's State of Grace

11/18/2013
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Nicole's State of Grace by Vanity Fair

"Paint by Numbers"

11/6/2013
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"Paint by Numbers" by Vanity Fair

Jay Z Has The Room

10/15/2013
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Jay Z Has The Room by Vanity Fair

Soccer in Sun and Shadow, Part Six: “Pelé”

7/10/2013
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In the sixth and final excerpt for Fair Play, Galeano reads “Pelé,” in which he considers beauty, immortality, and the “King” of soccer air-borne.

Soccer in Sun and Shadow, Part Four: “Eusebio”

7/10/2013
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In the fourth of six excerpts for Fair Play, Galeano reads “Eusebio,” in which he celebrates Portugal’s greatest player—a panther-like striker from Mozambique.

Soccer in Sun and Shadow, Part Three: “Garrincha”

7/10/2013
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In the third of six excerpts for Fair Play, Galeano reads “Goal by Garrincha,” in which he recalls the on-field wizardry—and ultimate tragedy—of Brazil’s original free spirit.

Soccer in Sun and Shadow, Part Two: “Creole Soccer”

7/10/2013
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In the second of six excerpts for Fair Play, Galeano reads “Creole Soccer,” in which he explores the roots of soccer’s most vibrant creativity—born, like the tango or samba, on some of South America’s roughest streets.

Soccer in Sun and Shadow, Part One: “Author’s Confession”

7/10/2013
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In the first of six excerpts for Fair Play, Galeano reads “Author’s Confession,” in which he bemoans his own unfulfilled soccer dreams—but learns to celebrate the game from afar.

Soccer in Sun and Shadow, Part Six: “Pelé”

7/10/2013
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In the sixth and final excerpt for Fair Play, Galeano reads “Pelé,” in which he considers beauty, immortality, and the “King” of soccer air-borne.

Soccer in Sun and Shadow, Part Four: “Eusebio”

7/10/2013
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In the fourth of six excerpts for Fair Play, Galeano reads “Eusebio,” in which he celebrates Portugal’s greatest player—a panther-like striker from Mozambique.

Soccer in Sun and Shadow, Part Five: “Goal by Maradona”

7/10/2013
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In the fifth of six excerpts for Fair Play, Galeano reads “Goal by Maradona,” in which he recalls the exploits of a 12-year-old soccer prodigy named Diego Armando Maradona.

A. A. Gill on Drinking Blood from the Heart of a Bull

4/9/2013
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A. A. Gill on Drinking Blood from the Heart of a Bull—“It Tastes Like Steak”.

Phil Reenacts the Diner

1/30/2013
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Phil impersonates Jules and Vincent in the diner.

Phil on Jules and Cary Grant

1/30/2013
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Phil explains one of the few script changes from the film.
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