Ghosthoney, aka Tyler Gaca, makes charmingly offbeat TikToks. Can he turn his brand of “gentle chaos” into a lifelong career?
The Kardashians don’t need a show to explain themselves anymore.
The second season of Netflix’s You celebrates Los Angeles for an authenticity that increasingly doesn’t exist anymore. (Spoilers for Season 1.)
After seven magical seasons, the cast of Bravo's hit reality show have outgrown their roles.
The story of how the Kardashians became A-list stars is more complicated than you remember and more surprising than you’d expect.
From Kylie Jenner to Jordyn Woods — and now Stassie Edwards — the Kardashians have always been good at monetizing friendships between women.
Mark Manson, the bestselling author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving A Fuck and Everything Is Fucked, thinks we should stop complaining so much.
The Kardashians have rebranded the meddling “stage mom” — but a new word can’t erase the very real conflicts of interest when managing your child’s career.
The relative ease and ubiquity of injectables — especially compared to surgery — means “having work done” no longer carries the stigma it used to.
The "10 Year Challenge" meme imposes a specific kind of narrative on our lives, in which the line on the graph should only go in one direction: up and up and up.
Visiting the bar that Vanderpump Rules built is like going to "the Disney World of Bravo."
From Robsten to Larry Stylinson, these theories reveal not only how much we care about celebrities, but how desperately we want them to care about us.
She’s the one even non-Kardashian fans still kind of root for because, unlike her sisters, she actually seems to need our support.
The more the Kardashians wait to confirm breaking news on their own platforms, the more it feels like we're being played.
Even as plastic surgery becomes increasingly acceptable, old ideas about class and race continue to play outsized roles in how and on whom we’ll accept it.
The ancient art of astrology feels fresher than ever in these turbulent times, as its practitioners find new platforms and new audiences in search of answers.
Growing up Jewish in America, it has usually been easy to forget the fear that’s part of my DNA. It feels awful to acknowledge that, right now, fear is reasonable.
When my closest friend's first baby was stillborn, we navigated through depression and grief together.