Why was the immediate coverage of this family’s restructuring taken as an opportunity for verbal violence rather than empathy? And why did (or didn’t) the public fall for the PR tricks this time?
In her sophomore album "Bewitched," Icelandic singer-songwriter Laufey blends her classical roots with her love of pop and traditional jazz to create a magical, anachronistic masterpiece.
In "Walk Up", a building acts as both a bridge beyond and above the self-centeredness of the lead character and a vessel for his worst qualities.
Our social media feeds are full of "girl math," "girl dinner" and the "strawberry girl." Why is every recent TikTok trend based on girls – especially given the cancellation of “girlboss” just a few years ago?
In “Lost in Translation” (2003), an eighteen-year-old Scarlett Johansson and mid-to-late career Bill Murray have a semi-platonic one-week fling in Japan that's influenced as much by director Sofia Coppola's relationship to her father as her crumbling marriage.
Fast fashion and single-wear outfits are inextricably tied to the festival and concert industry – and a major contributor to overconsumption.
Park Chan-wook’s 2003 film, re-released last month for its 20th anniversary, is violent, action-packed and extremely visceral – but "Oldboy" is so much more than the sheer shock value it provides.
While it occasionally strains under the weight of its admittedly bizarre core concept, “Fionna and Cake” makes it clear that the ingredients making “Adventure Time” special haven’t gone anywhere.
“In the End” is, to be sure, an album about loss, despair, mourning and the frustration of failing to obtain one’s object of desire. But what is so distinctive about Bain’s production is the playful exuberance with which she broaches the vicissitude of her desire.
Watching TV in the 2000s and early 2010s, I felt like the only Indian characters in the media were those that had just immigrated from India and embodied the stereotypical tropes. There are over one billion of us in the world, yet it seemed every Indian on TV was a variant of Baljeet.
I recommend that everyone read Asimov's “Foundation.” Its interesting ideas, compelling story and exciting plot twists will keep you entertained while making you think deeply about the world.
Five years later, however, with Bieber now married to Hailey Baldwin and Selena single but ever-beloved by her supporters, new lines are being drawn, and it is unclear whether they are between fans or the celebrities themselves.
"Yellowjackets” Season 2 is among us, and it appears as though a cult-like following may be emerging for the show that — ironically enough — features cults.
YouTube reviews, bluntly titled “i read the 5 most popular colleen hoover books so you never have to” and “i read 3 colleen hoover books and my life has been changed... for the WORST,” beg the question: what makes the work of Colleen Hoover so controversial?
2022's South Korean Oscar-nominated movie is a viscerally emotional, destabilizing romantic thriller with an ending that you’ll never be able to forget.