The Golden Globe–nominated film takes on guardianship fraud but becomes disturbingly nihilistic.
Country music loves a redemption story. The genre needs redeemed white men more than it wants its Black artists to be successful.
“A lot of these guys are just excessively, compulsively exercising. We sometimes have people going to the gym, I kid you not, for 10 hours a day.”
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As a chart-topper, Shawn Mendes can’t miss. Now, he’s trying to become more than a vaguely likable pop star.
The assault on the Capitol, and on democracy, also felt like a meme-making social media performance.
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There was no song or movie or TV show that really captured the grief and isolation of this year.
Every scene is drudgery, every joke is homework, and every plot point is hell.
Presidential concession speeches are supposed to unite the country, but we’re not getting that this time around.
The new Netflix miniseries takes a damaged heroine into new territory.
This has been a year of wincing and waiting for the next blow. I’ve learned that hope is best understood not as an emotion, but an orientation.
Twenty years after their record-breaking debut album, Hybrid Theory, came out, it’s still a cathartic listen for suburban teens.
With shows like Parenthood and Friday Night Lights, Katims was a go-to for my appointment cries. His new show Away only extracted a few tears.
The landmark Radiohead album turns 20 this week.
There’s no going back to the Before Times, and maybe that’s for the best.
“When he helps, it’s almost like the opposite of help.”
Was I sending her back because it was the right thing for me or the right thing for her?
In an already difficult year filled with so much Black death, losing an actor who celebrated Black life feels especially painful.