Seen an alien? Don’t worry, Tessa Thompson will help fix that.
Officials at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have informed students that when they return from Spring break next week, they will be required to carry their belongings in clear plastic backpacks and asked to wear ID badges while on school grounds.
During the second episode of The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, whose nine-episode run ended last night, came a moment so warm and simple that it felt like an embrace. As Versace (played by Édgar Ramírez) sketched at his desk, his boyfriend Antonio D’Amico (Ricky Martin) tussled on their nearby…
On Wednesday evening, the New York Times published reporting about efforts to influence a Trump fundraiser into an “instrument of influence at the White House” for United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabian interests, and that one actor in this plot is now cooperating with special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.…
The late photographer Bill Cunningham, who was documenting the eclectic style of New Yorkers long before “street style” photography was a career for trendy bloggers, left behind a memoir right before he died in 2016.
The President of the United States and the former Vice President of the United States want to fight each other; that much is certain. What remains unclear is when this fight will take place.
Here’s a very good celebrity news item about an A-/B+ celebrity and his question mark of a girlfriend who disrupted the lives of many others by choosing not to follow a rule because at least one of them is famous enough for people to look the other way.
After the fourth nor’easter, here’s hoping it starts to show signs of it actually being the correct temperature for the season. But in the mean time, if you’re planning on spending any of your time outside (on the East Coast at least), you should figure out your wardrobe. Backcountry is here to help you stay toasty…
The first trailer for Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon’s breakup comedy that’s also a James Bond-style thriller and parody of the same was released on Wednesday. It looks fine for a summer movie I don’t think I’ll see but might end up watching nonetheless because August is hot.
A couple of reports conducted by the Sunlight Foundation’s Web Integrity Project, and shared with Politico, show that several health resources for lesbian and bisexual women were removed from a Health and Human Services website in the fall.
Did you know that second first daughter Tiffany Trump has been dating a guy named Ross Mechanic? I ask because I’ve been telling people about it for the better part of the year, and they always seem surprised. Anyway, they broke up!
Welcome to Barf Bag, a daily politics roundup to help you sort through the chaotic Trumpian news cycle.
There is nothing more annoying than falling in love with a face mask and then ruining it by plunging your fingers into it. CROP figured out that all you need to do is include a spatula in the package.
Ahed Tamimi, a 17-year-old Palestinian girl who was arrested for hitting and kicking two Israeli police officers, accepted a plea deal in which she’ll serve eight months in prison.
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On March 15, Daily Beast reporter Samantha Allen wrote a piece titled “Dear Ricky Gervais and Other Comics, Your Caitlyn Jenner ‘Jokes’ Are Getting Old.” Allen took issue with how often successful comedians used transphobic jokes in their comedy, citing the work of Ricky Gervais, Bill Burr, and Michael Che. She wrote:
Welcome to Movies I Loved That Are Actually Bad, a maybe one-time column about movies we loved at certain points in our lives that we—upon maturing—now realize are terrible. This time, and maybe the last time: The Boondock Saints.
We can quantify so many things in the automotive world. Quarter-mile times, points in a race, engine displacements. But how do you measure the greatness of a mechanic? How do you quantify that? Is it how quickly they can fix a vehicle? Is it how many vehicles return to their shop for do-overs or further repair, known…