If you teach K–12, we want to know what you are most concerned about right now.
If you're lucky enough to have a three-day weekend, spend those extra hours with one (or two or three...) of these.
The French crossover hit and the darkly sexy investment firm drama each emphasize the thrills — and the downsides — of making work your identity.
The #MeToo movement means that allegations against men like Whedon are less likely to be written off, but I’m cynical about lasting change in the entertainment industry.
Malcolm & Marie feels half-baked.
Whether you prefer hot and heavy romances, restrained Regency politeness, or love-hate relationships, these fantasy romances will sweep you off your feet and into a steamy magical world.
Framing Britney Spears forces us to look more closely at Justin Timberlake’s treatment of Spears and Janet Jackson.
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Ethan Hawke on his new novel, Priyanka Chopra Jonas on her new memoir, a panel on kink, and much more.
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.”
Fake Famous sneers at an industry that has been primarily built and run by women while, in some cases, using influencers’ content without their permission.
From a hotly anticipated Fred Hampton biopic to a moving feature about a deaf family — these are the Sundance films you have to check out.
The Glass Hotel by Emily St. John Mandel, Hood Feminism by Mikki Kendall, My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell, and more.
From Taylor Swift to Olivia Rodrigo, women pop stars in the social media era have achieved chart success by writing about their love lives — for better and for worse.
Texting with the comedian, cabaret star, and writer about earnestness, comedy, and the reasons we stay alive.
Samantha Power and Laura Dern discuss the current political moment, Jia Tolentino and Hilton Als discuss Joan Didion, a panel on Texas cozy mysteries, and much more.
Still in a pandemic reading slump? We've got you covered.
The audio-based app has become popular with the Black entertainment industry — for better and for worse.
There are so many wonderful historical romances, it's hard to know where to start. Julia Quinn shares some of her favorites.
From Netflix's Lupin to a Spanish Sex and the City — these are the new shows we're obsessed with.
Even before Braunwyn Windham-Burke came out, most of her RHOC castmates weren’t exactly supportive of her attraction to women. Why is the franchise still condoning so much casual anti-LGBTQ prejudice?
The children’s entertainer announced she is queer in a way that feels different from the past.
The film’s take on power and trauma is deeper than the usual pop feminism. (MAJOR SPOILERS: Just read later if you haven’t watched the movie.)
Teens with superpowers, friends caught up in a bank robbery, a duke in love, and more!
A lexicographer and publishing intern are linked across centuries in this sharp-witted, big-hearted story of meaning and purpose that lovers of language will relish.
Natasha Trethewey and Joy Harjo on the power of poetry, Koa Beck on White Feminism, Greer Macallister and Marie Benedict on their latest novels, and much more.
"For the first time in my life, I was looking at other bodies that resembled mine. That alone felt revolutionary."
Little Miss Patriot is amassing followers despite Instagram suspending her accounts for spreading disinformation. Why is her messaging so potent?