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“We’re considered an 'essential service,'” one dealer told BuzzFeed News. “Which is a mixed blessing because I have to pay for my divorce and rent but I’m immunocompromised.”
Most of us have been told to stay inside and avoid contact with others — so how are those of us who use or sell marijuana getting by?
We all deserve a break.
Yes, I’m talking about Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson’s large adult son.
The real stars of Family Karma, the new all-Indian Bravo reality TV show, aren't the hot and horny millennials — it's the aunties.
Who knew everyone would be so well-adjusted? (Spoilers!)
The burgers have no flavor, but that’s not really the point.
We live-chatted our way through the Netflix show's season finale. Spoilers!
The conservative cohost of The View has become emblematic of a certain kind of civility argument no one is interested in hearing anymore.
The mostly harmless new Netflix series The Goop Lab makes it easy to forget the damage Gwyneth Paltrow’s pseudoscience-y brand of "wellness" can do.
Joker’s commercial success — and now its critical success — makes the filmmakers’ persecution complex even more absurd.
Did anyone who worked on Cats meet an actual cat??
This year I picked up a pastime I thought was reserved for white people: fighting with my family about their terrible politics.
There were a lot of books published this decade. These are the ones we’ll never forget.
Narrowing down the 25 best TV episodes from the past 10 years is maybe a silly thing to do. But we tried it anyway.
Victoria’s Secret wanted to make its yearly fashion show a feminist endeavor. No one was buying it.
Having weathered repeated accusations of racism, bullying, and bad business, YouTube beauty mogul Jeffree Star is trying to convince the world he’s the good guy.
The actor’s autobiographical new film Honey Boy is a heartbreaking reckoning with his own trauma. (Spoilers ahead.)
Even after 14 seasons, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia continues to be funny, innovative, and deeply offensive. How does a show so politically incorrect survive for so long?