Can't Stop Won't Stop: A Bad Boy Story by Daniel Kaufman
Coachella 2017: What Is It Really Like?
What happens when a seasoned Glastonbury native finds themselves adrift in the blistering California desert, surrounded by the sun-kissed and the glossy-haired, for one of the world’s most illustrious and most exclusive festivals? Vogue's Olivia Petter tells all.
lower crowns? Check. Incessant selfie-taking? Everywhere. Vegan doughnuts and cold-pressed cocktails? Of course. It’s easy to see why celebrities love Coachella. From the second you arrive, you know you’re not in Kansas (aka Pilton) anymore. Not a cider stand in site, nor a speck of mud, it’s a far cry from the less-than-civilised atmosphere you’d...Liquid error: Could not find asset snippets/relatedblogs.liquid
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If President Trump was looking for a quick win, tax reform isn't going to be it.
Before the election, Trump inked a "contract with the American voter" saying he'd work with Congress to present an ambitious tax reform plan within the first 100 days of his presidency. In early February he told a roomful of CEOs that his administration would be announcing something "phenomenal in terms of tax" within two to three weeks. Then his Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin in late February moved the deadline back, saying a plan would be ready by August. But none of those things are likely...