Pick up new books from Sally Rooney, Colson Whitehead, Lauren Groff, and Ann Patchett, among others!
The new Hulu drama has everything going for it, which makes its failures even more striking.
For nearly 15 years, Trisha Paytas has been one of YouTube’s most prolific and complicated creators. Now they say they’re done trolling — or are they?
Some places just don’t need to be explored, OK?
How is it MY fault that your husband has never railed you properly? Grow up! (Spoilers, obviously, as if it matters.)
From a half-hour comedy about a group of Muslim punk rockers to a moving docuseries about the history of African American cuisine.
Burnham, like Shane Dawson and Jenna Marbles, grew up on the internet. But how they’ve dealt with being constantly online has varied drastically.
The YouTuber has been at the center of a number of scandals, big and small. Unlike her contemporaries, Hanna offering an apology isn’t getting her back in the good graces of her audience.
The HBO whodunit replaced the Sunday scaries with prime appointment TV. Here’s why it worked so well.
A scripted version of what happened to the actors behind these archetypal characters would have made for more compelling TV.
It IS brutal out here!!!
From an HBO detective thriller to a new comedy from Tina Fey.
Some of us aren’t hot enough to wear Crocs ironically, OK?!
“I've always felt that I'm in some sense an empty vessel, and I'm filling myself with other people's experiences and grief and life and dilemmas and conflicts.”
Ending the month on a strong note!
Celebrity bloggers Lainey Gossip and Perez Hilton have made drastic changes to the derogatory and cruel coverage they once gave their subjects.
I know that’s not the entire lesson of Ramona the Pest, but it’s the one I needed.
A millennial stay-at-home mom from South Carolina, a gay couple from Texas, and a social worker in New York believed in QAnon. Now that Biden is president, they’re not sure where to go from here.
For decades, many of us have been building a future where we could be connected while apart. COVID made that necessary. Turns out I hate it.
The popular daytime TV show seems to exploit the vulnerable people coming on the program for help.