We all deserve a break.
The big issue? So many of them don’t want to consider themselves “old” or “vulnerable.”
No individual can stop the coronavirus from spreading. But we can make crucial changes — big and small — to protect and help the people around us.
Kate Elizabeth Russell on her new novel: “It had to be fiction. It had to be artifice. Because otherwise — how could I stand it?"
As Taylor Swift admits in the Netflix documentary Miss Americana, unhealthy relationships with food can hide in plain sight.
Once pigeonholed as “the hottest blonde ever,” the star of Birds of Prey has become one of Hollywood’s most promising producers.
The Netflix documentary Cheer shows viewers something I learned a long time ago: All kinds of people become cheerleaders, for all kinds of reasons — and some are profoundly changed by it. (A few spoilers.)
Rian Johnson’s star-studded whodunnit has succeeded by exceeding people’s expectations for what they’ll find at the movie theater.
In 2010, celebrities were beholden to swarms of paparazzi and the ever-present threat of TMZ. A decade later, they’re back in control.
The Marriage Story star has developed over the past decade from a Hollywood curiosity to one of the most fascinating and unignorable actors working today.
“When I made the final payment, I actually felt shame. I should be happy, but it seems like a lot of my cohort paid theirs off like a decade or more ago?"
Jubilee Baptist is a quasi-socialist, anti-racist, LGBTQ-affirming church conducting a bold experiment: focusing on debt, work, and freedom from oppression instead of fear and moralism.
Narrowing down the 25 best TV episodes from the past 10 years is maybe a silly thing to do. But we tried it anyway.
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is a movie about how startling it is to be brought back to an open-heartedness that most of us spend our lives unlearning.
The national war over gun control remains at a standstill. But in the small Idaho town of Sandpoint, Second Amendment activists are fortifying the rights they say are constitutionally theirs — no matter the cost.
On The Morning Show, Jennifer Aniston captures the rage of so many famous women of a certain age.
When the marketing team behind brands like Sweetgreen and Everlane found themselves burning out, they shifted their business focus to doing something about it. But if capitalism caused this problem, can capitalism fix it?
How Jeremy Renner went from action star on the rise to a guy with a busted app and an Amazon camping store.
“I don't know anyone in their twenties who has the savings for a down payment without family help.”
When Kate Hudson’s film career plateaued, she did what more and more Hollywood women have done: cashed out her image with an incredibly successful lifestyle brand.