In a society where righteousness is taken as common sense, “Yes, God, Yes” presents the greatest peril to the formation of every good person — the failure to see how our goodness may also serve us.
The wildly successful Bon Appétit Test Kitchen used to be at the top of that list. But now, after a series of workplace reckonings, empty commitments toward change and new additions to the Test Kitchen cast, it’s clear that what originally drove the channel toward internet virality is now gone.
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Although it exudes an intentional cheesiness in its creatively gory murders, the movie still avoids tropes one would expect from its inspirations. No, the best friends don’t die first, and no, the serial killer and traumatized teen won’t embrace each other after seeing life from each other’s eyes.
“Hot Ones” benefits from its central gimmick. The spicy wings catch the guests off guard and dissolve their inhibitions
The season 6 premiere of NBC sitcom “Superstore” captures the frenzy, fear and spirit of working at a big box store during a global pandemic, stocking shelves, keeping aisles clean and breaking up fights, all while being conscientious of personal health and safety.
From revolutionary technology to now my most prominent dust-collector, the Kinect has become a long-forgotten camera stand to the world. Its 10th anniversary, however, gives me the perfect excuse to reminisce on my gaming youth and hammer in the reasons for Kinect’s failure.
After Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band released their 2014 album “High Hopes,” The Boss was trapped in a particularly sticky episode of writer’s block.
As a relentless, starry-eyed teen who nursed big dreams, I read the books of countless self-made individuals and noticed a jarring trend: many of them drifted away from their families and were miserable at the summit of success.
When Ariana Grande dropped “Positions,” an R&B-embellished pop album in the vein of her debut record, “Yours Truly” (2013), it shocked the world to the tune of one million likes on Twitter.
Released just under two weeks after their first-ever studio album “THE ALBUM” hit streaming, BLACKPINK’s new Netflix documentary has taken the world by storm, offering insight into the best-charting female K-pop group of all time.
While we are all stuck at home, this story of an escape and a search beyond ourselves enables us to travel far and wide.
It's fall, nerds! The Recess staff wrote about the pieces of culture we associate most with this beautiful, breezy and occasionally spooky fall season.
Ultimately, we may never know if the “West Wing” reunion achieved its goal of creating more voters, but did it spark hope in the same way that my first binge of the series did years ago?
In such an unforgivingly mediocre year of rap, two kings hold us close as we desperately try to avoid listening to Griselda say absolutely nothing for hundreds of minutes — Bad Bunny and Lil Baby.