Some psychologists offer helpful advice for Nov. 3 and beyond.
From moving short stories to hilarious memoirs.
How To With John Wilson lovingly captures the beauty in the bizarre, the magic in the mundane.
Love Goes is the pop star’s most unabashedly queer album yet.
Election day counter-programming with your favorite thriller writers; a post-election discussion with Rebecca Solnit and Natasha Trethewey; a celebration of contemporary romance; and much more.
The sequel adds some Gen Z flavor to the original's '90s gothic vibe with a healthy dose of social justice politics.
In Major Arcana: Portraits of Witches in America, photographer Frances F. Denny gives a glimpse into the lives of witches across the country.
File Positions under “the horniest music of the year.”
Read up on key issues like climate change, racial equality, public health, and more — because no matter what happens next week, the work isn't over.
School reopening has been a massive struggle for families experiencing homelessness in New York City. But without support from shelter workers, it could have been so much worse.
Conspiracy theories and collective delusions are often thought to be the purview of baby boomers on Facebook, but it’s clear that their children are also picking it up — and it’s their teachers who have to deal with it.
With a fresh list on Tuesdays.
These true stories of murder, paranoia, and grisly histories prove reality is scarier than fiction.
Two new documentaries look beyond salacious headlines to tell the story of the so-called NXIVM “sex cult.” Still, their focus on survivors’ personal stories leaves many questions unanswered.
Even with historic turnout projected for this election, some eligible voters are still opting out.
Party like it’s 1991.
Neil Gaiman chatting with Marlon James, tons of horror panels, the Texas Teen Book Festival, and much more.
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Netflix’s second Haunting series features a beautiful queer love story — one that’s nearly botched by some questionable choices in the end. (Spoilers, obviously!)
Twenty years after their record-breaking debut album, Hybrid Theory, came out, it’s still a cathartic listen for suburban teens.
Season one has ended, but these excellent books will keep you firmly planted in the show's anti-racist themes and eldritch horrors.
The hits keep coming in 2020. Which books make you feel a little bit better?
With a fresh list on Tuesdays.
How hasn’t this happened already?
The daughter of former Trump strategist Kellyanne Conway has been treated as a political hero, but fellow teens just find her relatable.
Focusing on perplexing crimes and stories about victims largely ignored by the genre, the streaming giant’s true crime reboot actually cuts through the glut.
Panels on horror fiction and climate writing, memoirs from Peter Frampton and Matthew McConaughey, a celebration of African American poetry, and much more.
Virgil Wounded Horse is reluctant to get involved in a case about drug dealers — but when his beloved nephew ODs on heroin laced with fentanyl, it becomes personal. (An excerpt from Winter Counts.)
FetLife, a popular social network for kinky people, has been accused of not doing enough to stop racist hate speech on the platform.
White Christian mothers have historically succeeded in carrying out the work of white supremacist patriarchy by dressing it in a prettier, more feminine package.