Do you know which of your favorite celebrities love playing Bingo?

Bingo is a popular game played by virtually everybody. The game’s easy to pick up and provides great fun for children and adults, especially senior citizens. Traditionally, Bingo is played using cardboards with numbers spread across five horizontal rows and columns. The cardboards are tossed to players, and the five columns are labeled BINGO. The … Read more

How to Shop Fashion Sustainably and Affordably

Ethical fashion is a huge concern for many fashion lovers. You might love clothes and accessories, but you also want to make sure you’re not harming the planet unnecessarily. However, one of the issues that you might face if you’re looking for sustainable and ethical clothing is that it often seems to be more expensive … Read more

Emilia Jones Is the 2022 Breakout Star to Watch

There’s a changing of the guard in fashion and culture. Gen Z creators are pushing the conversation forward in ways both awe-inspiring and audacious. Our latest project, Youthquake, invites you to discover how these artists, musicians, actors, designers, and models are radically reimagining the future. Emilia Jones is quick to admit that she was an … Read more

Brazilian Artist Heloisa Hariadne Paints Things as She Feels Them

As for her own body and its spaces: Hariadne, 23, was born and raised in the municipality of Carapicuíba in Greater São Paulo. “My childhood was very peaceful, maybe because I was around older people like my grandparents,” she recalls. She was a shy little girl, and she honed her powers of observation early: “I … Read more

24 Hours of Concert Halls and Cameos With Charlie Puth

Haven’t you always wanted to spend 24 hours with Charlie Puth in his New Jersey hometown? Well, now’s your chance, as the singer-songwriter recently took Vogue on a tour of Red Bank that included the site of his first jazz concert (“The stage is a lot smaller than I remember it being,” he says. Isn’t … Read more

The forgotten music of the Palestinian people

Issued on: 18/01/2022 – 17:35 At the start of the pandemic, London-based Palestinian actor, filmmaker and music producer Mo’min Swaitat discovered 10,000 tapes in the West Bank while in lockdown there – music that documented a moment in Palestinian history that hadn’t been heard for 30 years. He spent eight months listening to the tapes, making it his … Read more

Temperance and Play: The Weird and Wonderful World of Wordle

Storied is on break this week, as K. B. Hoyle explores our newest social media craze. When Wordle first caught my attention on Twitter, I was annoyed. Grids of gray, yellow, and green squares popped up on my feed, nonsense scores shared without explanation, day after day, from the same people. It was actually beyond … Read more