The Man And The Myth
Southwest: The Magazine | Streaming now on Netflix, The Christmas Chronicles stars Kurt Russell as Santa Claus, a role he says is one of his all-time favorites.
How Tan France Defines Success
Southwest: The Magazine | Netflix’s Queer Eye may have made him famous, but the stylish Brit says he felt like he’d “made it” even before the show. In his new memoir, Tan opens up about his past and shares his best fashion advice.
On The Record
Southwest: The Magazine | The singer-songwriter just released her final album. But Sheryl Crow isn’t done with making music.
Books Are Magic
Southwest: The Magazine | Author and native New Yorker Emma Straub shares her favorite Brooklyn finds and how she selects books for her Cobble Hill bookstore.
A Woman Of Action
Southwest: The Magazine | Anjelica Huston dishes about her new role as a Russian assassin, the hardest part of any acting job, and what it was like to grow up in Hollywood.
The Other Side of Steve
Southwest: The Magazine | Joe Keery, the actor who portrays Stranger Things’ loveable jock, shares how he relates to his Netflix character, the best (and worst) aspects of the ’80s, and why he dreams of returning to the stage.
One Question: Gwen Stefani
Southwest: The Magazine | "I’ve had writer’s block through the years, but I don’t feel like I’m at that place right now, and that comes from working with the right people."
One Question: Kevin Costner
Southwest: The Magazine | "You have to have anticipatory skills and think, 'What could go wrong here? What’s the weakest link?' Sometimes it’s you. I have to be the person I worry about the most, so I do my homework."
The Godmother of Comedy
Southwest: The Magazine | Carol Burnett talks about her new Netflix series, shattering glass ceilings at CBS, and her love for Breaking Bad.
One Question: Jenny Slate
Southwest: The Magazine | "Acceptance is absolutely wonderful, but rejection allows you to reorient and make sure your sense of self comes from within, rather than from whatever community you feel accepted or rejected by."
One Question: Lake Bell
Southwest: The Magazine | "It’s a very noble job to be a parent, and I learned that when I had my kids. When people say, 'Oh, you know, I’m just a stay-at-home mom.' I’m like, 'Power to you, because that job is no joke.'”
Marley Dias Always Gets It Done
Southwest: The Magazine | The founder of #1000BlackGirlBooks is shaking up the literary world, inspiring young activists, and adjusting to her first year of high school.
One Question: Taraji P. Henson
Southwest: The Magazine | "I want the character to scare me. If I’m not scared, I’m not moved. With my role in Hidden Figures the fear was that, growing up, I was told math wasn’t for girls. I shied away from it. Now, I had to play this rocket scientist—a real living, breathing person—you think that’s not scary?"