Selena fans will love the new Netflix series’ focus on music and family, though it doesn’t complicate what we know about the star’s life.
The year's best books that any reader in your life will love.
I’m just one of the thousands of Americans who have long-term post-COVID symptoms. This crisis won't end with a vaccine.
Texting with the author of BuzzFeed Book Club pick Winter Counts.
With a fresh list on Tuesdays.
Are we just not going to talk about Elena?? (Spoilers, obviously.)
An excerpt from Ashly Perez's Read This for Inspiration.
What would I have done in this horrible year without everyone’s Renegades?
Ijeoma Oluo chats with Megan Rapinoe, Wyatt Cenac hosts a night of readings about New York, Minotaur Books celebrates cozy Christmas mysteries, and much more.
Totes, shirts, subscriptions, and more — and all of it supports your favorite indie bookstores.
Every scene is drudgery, every joke is homework, and every plot point is hell.
Celebrate Thanksgiving with the books loved by Jasmine Guillory, Jonathan Lethem, Casey McQuiston, Deesha Philyaw, and more.
The rapper’s refusal to say more about her shooting and her very difficult year might be her way of modeling what she’s asked the country to do this summer: “Protect Black women.”
Happiest Season, Hulu's Christmas romantic comedy starring Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis, is sapped of its holiday cheer by a traumatic coming-out plotline. (Major spoilers!)
With coronavirus cases rising exponentially, people are living at different levels of risk. And it’s causing a strain with some of their closest relationships.
From deluxe leather-bound editions to fantasy book box subscriptions to Six of Crows socks and more.
The Fox competition show has turned celebrity recycling into the most fun guessing game on TV. (Some necessary spoilers ahead.)
A short week packed with great events, including conversations about Taiwanese diasporan literature, race and motherhood, LA crime fiction, and more.
Goodreads shares some of the most anticipated releases in YA, historical fiction, romance, and science fiction/fantasy series.
Movies like Ammonite and Portrait of a Lady on Fire are fine, but the lack of mainstream contemporary lesbian films is actually kind of a problem.
I know it’s embarrassing, but I love magic and I think it’s time you all got on board. Trust me. It’ll help.
Presidential concession speeches are supposed to unite the country, but we’re not getting that this time around.
Did you ever think you’d live to see grown women in couture arguing about leg amputations?
The fiction, memoirs, poetry, cookbooks, and cultural criticism that got the experts through the year.
With a fresh list on Tuesdays.
In 18th-century France, Addie LaRue makes a deal with the devil for a long and free life — but, of course, it comes with a price.
Has the pandemic affected how you navigate your closest relationships? We want to know.
Cazzie David chats with Chrissy Teigen, Rachel Bloom launches her essay collection, Shayla Lawson hosts a celebration of Black joy, and much more.
The Netflix series does an exceptional job reckoning with the legacy of the beloved princess. But reporters who covered her when she was still alive say she'll always be a mystery.
Sure, some people will say Gibson’s latest movie suffers because the content sucks; others will say it’s because you can’t separate Gibson the man from Gibson the actor. I say: Why not both???? (Spoilers, if you care, which you should not.)