After watching the Instagram video Lana del Rey posted of her singing her new jam about thermonuclear war, I got a little nostalgic for old-fashioned singing into a hairbrush, in the olden days when the songs you made up on a whim were secrets shared in the intimacy between you and your bathroom mirror.
As you may have heard, Wednesday is International Women’s Day, and women around the world will be marking it by striking, abstaining from activities like work and childcare and making different economic choices in order to shift the collective consciousness about the value of women in society.
After what looked like a delightful weekend in New Orleans with her parents, memes of young Blue Ivy have been circulating showing her staring down from a balcony at all the people who are not part of the Carter family.
Shonda Rhimes’ unrelenting grip on your Thursday evening is back tonight with the premiere of the 6th season of Scandal and the mid-season return of Grey’s Anatomy and How to Get Away With Murder.
On Saturday, hundreds of thousands of women are expected to gather in Washington D.C.—and in cities all over the world—to protest the election of Donald Trump, as well as the racism, misogyny, xenophobia, and general ignorance he and his supporters espouse.
Our hip, hot Holiness makes his grand debut tonight when the first season of The Young Pope premieres on HBO. And after much speculation, and even more internet memes, I’m pretty curious. I expect you are too.
Let’s say you went skiing this winter and misjudged a patch of ice. Let’s say thanks to that miscalculation, your ski went one way but your knee went another, and now your ACL, which you barely knew you had before, has gone and separated itself
Well buds, it looks like we made it to the end of this year, despite the vast forces in this world that conspired against us. It’s a Saturday and it’s freakin’ New Year’s Eve, which means you’re either sitting on your couch in stretch velvet leggings eating popcorn or preparing yourself to throw some sequins, some…
A bright spot in this muddled mess of a week between the holidays and the New Year is the televised presentation of the Kennedy Center Honors, presented December 4 but airing tonight at 9 p.m. on CBS. And, as this week has already gotten off to a pretty horrific start, it’s nice to celebrate the small nibbles of joy…
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Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life is here. Apparently there’s such concern about spoilers for the mini-series—or whatever they’re calling it—that Netflix has created a whole campaign around not revealing the end of the show. But things still need to be discussed. Will Luke’s commitment to plaid age like a fine wine he…
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It seems the love story of Mariah Carey and that stoney-looking billionaire has come to an end.
Wind down what was almost certainly a stressful day—because every second of every day will be continue to be completely unsettling until November 9th—and cozy up with this very good Kesha profile from the New York Times Magazine.
Tonight, the National Basketball Association resumes its activities for the 2016/2017 season.
Aubrey Drake Graham is many things. He is a rapper, a singer, Rihanna’s ex-boyfriend/maybe boyfriend/who the hell knows. Drake is a dork and he is his own next door neighbor. He is a man who loves his mother and foam parties and Serena Williams and bagel sandwiches. Drake maybe owns a strip club. Sometimes he has a…
How lovely it’s been to focus on news unrelated to the 2016 presidential election — a fine respite from that tugging urge to run howling into the sea. But alas, it’s time to say goodbye to the 2016 Summer Olympics. We offer you this space for closing ceremony conviviality, commiseration, and whatever else may be…
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Oh, did you think we’d make it through July the Fourth without one single Hamilton post? Never fear my, babies. For here are the Schuyler Sisters, in the middle of their Tony Awards performance, reminding you to work — whatever that may mean for you tonight (I hope it’s figurative).