Sharleen Spiteri has history. It’s now 31 years since she and some musician friends founded Texas in their hometown of Glasgow.
David de Rothschild is an all-round adventurer. Explorer, entrepreneur, philanthropist–whatever he’s doing, wherever he’s doing it, the California-based Brit is constantly breaking new ground in pursuit of his environmentalist ideals.
Carl Siciliano’s life mission is to advocate for and amplify silenced voices. He’s worked with homeless LGBT youth since the mid-1990s, and founded the Ali Forney Center in 2002 with six beds; now it’s the country’s largest, most inclusive program serving homeless LGBT youth.
Actor. Director. Producer. After four decades in Hollywood, Fisher Stevens has done it all. But his greatest moniker? Activist. Find out how this everyman uses the craft of film to foster his never-ending fight.
Founder of Knot on My Planet, model, actress, and activist Doutzen Kroes speaks to the owner of one of the biggest modeling agencies in the world, DNA Models, about their shared passion and determination to save the elephants.
The photography of Mary McCartney is like the woman herself: real, natural, full of life, and shot from the hip. The artist talks about her work and her style—and her mother’s legacy, from cancer centers to vegetarianism campaigns.
You’ve likely never heard of Beaumont, Texas (pop: 118,000), a petrochemical-refining hub on the Texas Gulf Coast that lies near the swamp-lined, alligator-inhabited border between Texas and Louisiana. It’s also the seat of Jefferson County, where Sheriff Zena Stephens recently took office, becoming the first African American female sheriff in the history of the state of Texas.