Peter Buffett On The Power—And Limits—Of Art And Money

The protest singer, philanthropist, and son of the world’s third-richest man wants to help you to do the most good with what you’ve got

Peter Buffett. Photo by Steffan Thalemann.

As the son of the world’s once-richest man (at the moment, Warren ranks number three), Peter Buffett has spent a lifetime with access to nearly limitless resources, though due to his father’s predilection for living modestly in Omaha, Nebraska, it wasn’t until he reached adulthood that he knew it.

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Kevin McDonald Explains Why Silliness Beats Politics Every Time

The sketch comedy icon and founding member of Kids in the Hall talks about those revival rumors — and why he might just be the John Lennon of comedy.

Bruce McCulloch, Scott Thompson, Mark McKinney, Kevin McDonald, and Dave Foley of The Kids in the Hall perform at Festival Supreme 2015. Image by Jason Kempin/Getty Images.

Jon Hamm can’t seem to shake Don Draper. Bryan Cranston will forever be “the one who knocks.” And for fans of the exceedingly ridiculous sketch comedy group The Kids in the Hall, Dave Foley and Kevin McDonald may always be Ray and Mr. Barnes of the six-minute exercise in utter absurdity known as “Girl Drink Drunk.”

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Chicago customers head to the bar R Public House, which opened five hours early, to watch former FBI Director James Comey testify before the Senate intelligence committee on June 8, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois.

Former FBI Director James Comey kicked off his public hearing Thursday morning by letting the Senate Intelligence Committee know he expected them to have done their homework, declining to repeat the “explosive” written testimony he released on Wednesday.

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