Our May/June 2018 Issue features one of the most memorable comedic actresses in Hollywood Aubrey Plaza and a cover story on her ambitions beyond the deadpan roles.
Also Featured In The Issue:
Charlamagne Tha God
One of hip-hop's most important radio hosts is on a higher wavelength.
The Opioid Epidemic
Drug overdose killed more Americans under 50 than anything else last year.
The buzz artist is impossible to classify, but she's learned to embrace elusiveness.
Understanding The Enneagram
What's behind the ancient Christian mystic personality assessment?
Don't dismiss the pop-rock act as kid stuff. These guys can put on a show.
Travel: The Lost Pilgrimage
Why traveling could be an essential part of understanding the Lord.
The influential worship group took some real risks with their new project.
How To Revive Your Career
In a rut? Our panel of experts will help you know if it's time for a change.
The actor stars in Ira Glass' Netflix film, Come Sunday, about the true story of Tulsa pastor Carlton Pearson's denial of hell and dismissal from the church as a heretic.
Divided We Stand
Some Christian leaders are finally starting to speak out, and their risking it all.
Why he wants you to break out of your spiritual bubble.
Snoop Dog, drought in Somaliland, brand-new dating data, the best cities for millennials, bikes of the future, health-conscious and justice conscious food trends, deleting Facebook and so much more.
Our favorite new artists, and the books, music and movies you should be adding to your collection this month.
The Rev. Samuel Rodruguez explores wether all our country is good for us.