The best of the new ‘Bar’ series
Newsweek has compiled a collection of the best photos from the newest edition of the iconic magazine, The Bar.
With the advent of the iPhone, there’s no doubt that The Bar has been in the news more than ever before.
With more than a million copies printed in the last five years, The Barb has had its fair share of controversy and criticism over its use of nudity and suggestive content.
“The Barb” covers the rise and fall of the Barbados-based drug baron, Barbara Bush, from the mid-1970s to the early 1990s.
As her popularity and her image began to grow in the United States, she was forced to make some tough decisions.
She needed to open her own bar in the early 2000s, and then had to make the difficult decision to let go of her son, George, in order to allow him to pursue his education.
In a way, this was George Bush’s decision, since Barbara Bush had to sell her business to her brother in order to support her sons education.
As a result, the Barb had to decide whether or not she wanted to continue to open The Barb, and decided that the best thing for her son to do was continue his education in the US.
George Bush became an American citizen in 2004.
After the birth of his first child, the two had to move out of the home they shared in Barbados.
In the new issue, we take a look at the lives of some of the characters who have played a major role in The Barb.
Barb Binks, who is played by Julia Roberts, is a former drug dealer, who, in the new edition, was once a prominent member of the Bar’s drug team.
Molly Hayes, whose character was played by Jessica Chastain, is the wife of the drug kingpin, who died in 2007.
The rest of the cast include Mick Jagger, played by John Travolta, and Julianna Margulies, the wife of drug kingpins Josef, Lukasz, and Eugene, a drug dealer who became a member of The Barb’s drug-trafficking team.
Barb was featured in the first two seasons of The Bar as well, and was featured in season three.
This edition, which is the sixth issue, is available for purchase at the TIME-branded website.