When it comes to diversity in theater, women and minorities are unsurprisingly underrepresented in the industry.
Welcome to Shit I Bought, a column where we recap the life-changing beauty and fashion purchases of various staffers—and also just stuff we bought on a whim.
Levi’s is a classic American denim brand, and they make your favorite pair of men’s jeans (no surprise there). Right now, they’re giving you an extra 30% off their entire sale section, from denim to outerwear and beyond, with the code 30EXTRA. With prices like these, a Canadian tuxedo may even start to look appealing.
Every day is a good day to thank God and the ghost of Upton Sinclair for modern consumer protection regulations, so that you can test out new types of makeup with a fair bit of confidence it won’t blind you.
Pretty Little Liars, I. Marlene King’s moody, dark fever dream of a teen murder mystery, will air its final episode tonight. After seven long years, faithful viewers who’ve stuck with it through plot twists, lingering questions and infuriating red herrings will finally be rewarded with the answer they’ve been waiting…
Now that they’ve resumed filming after completing an internal investigation into on-set sexual misconduct, the producers of ABC’s Bachelor in Paradise have reportedly imposed a two drink per hour maximum for contestants.
Season 11 of X-Files is set to premiere in 2018, following a not particularly memorable Season 10 revival of the old series. Showrunner Chris Carter reassembled his writers’ room to fill the ten-episode order, building on Season 10's six episodes. This year, he added some new people, with one thing in common.
It’s weird, but it seems like someone associated with Donald Trump may not be entirely on the up-and-up when it comes to his finances. Trump’s lawyer, Jay Sekulow, sworn to uphold the law, appears to be some sort of conniving shyster who uses nonprofits to fill his own family’s coffers. Can you believe?
GLOW, the new series from Netflix, explores in entertaining fashion a fascinating chapter in the history of women and pop culture. But while the real-life, glittery, campy Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling certainly popularized the idea of women in the ring, they weren’t the first.
Thelma and Louise is a perfect movie, made so by its casting. Geena Davis is perfect. Susan Sarandon is perfect. Brad Pitt—extremely, supremely perfect. Close your eyes for a second and imagine with me an alternate reality in which Robert Downey Jr. plays J.D.
On Tuesday morning, Ivanka Trump helped unveil the State Department’s annual human trafficking report alongside Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. The State Department calls its annual Trafficking in Persons report “the world’s most comprehensive resource of governmental anti-human trafficking efforts.”
Jane Davis isn’t introduced in the fifth season of House of Cards until its seventh episode. But from the delivery of her first line (“It’s been a long time,” crooned while shaking Claire Underwood’s hand) she becomes the show’s most captivating and mysterious character since the introduction of Jimmi Simpson’s Gavin…
Norwegian citizens are about to go Liam Neeson in Taken on the shameless vandal who desecrated one of their most beloved natural monuments—a troll dick. Well, it’s a rock that looks like a dick. But it’s supposed to be a troll dick, specifically.
Yoplait has a new PSA especially for Moms who are tired of being judged all the time for breast-feeding, drinking wine, working, and bribing kids, among many other things. Oh and it’s also a commercial for yogurt, but not a commercial for anyone except women named Mom.
Like all ideas that sound good at the time but are actually quite scary, my journey to become a mermaid started with a PR email. It was an invite to try Aquamermaid—part actual workout, part childhood nostalgia fantasy for anyone who had practiced a hair flip in the shallow end of the town pool. I’ve never entertained…
Mr. Big tormented Carrie through six seasons under the protection of a false moniker, and that’s originally how producers intended things to end. Mr. Big was Mr. Big.