She doesn't need Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. That's precisely what makes her a delight to watch.
From mysteries to sci-fi/fantasy to romance to literary fiction and young adult, we're giving you our favorite reads this month!
Read an excerpt from Dean Jobb's The Case of the Murderous Dr. Cream.
“You learn about what someone cares about, and what they want to do, by learning what they say no to. That’s as important as what they say yes to.”
“We can’t just think of the images; we have to think of the artists behind the images. And she was a master of photographic art.”
I didn't have a bad time watching, but, man, I just wish it were better.
In these awesome upcoming science fiction and fantasy releases, you’ll be able to take a hike with a robot, visit a city ruled by cannibal nuns, or tour a future where the remnants of humanity live on heaps of floating garbage.
For these "House of Mouse" fans, the brand offers more than childhood nostalgia. It's an ever-present lifestyle and they're not ashamed of it.
Families who have been separated for well over a year due to COVID travel bans want you to know that #LoveIsNotTourism.
“As corny as it may sound, there was a sense of togetherness in the air. ‘We’re back, baby!’”
Americans like to wave their flag, but more than that, they like to wear it.
Sophie: A Murder in West Cork is a promising entry into prestige true crime, but ultimately succumbs to the genre’s conventions.
For eight years, I’ve been going on road trips with three of my close guy friends and it’s really deepened our relationships.
Host a Sister was supposed to be a safe space for women travelers, but that mission nearly destroyed the group when the pandemic hit.
Some places just don’t need to be explored, OK?
From a rerelease of Morgan Parker's first poetry collection to steamy YA — here are some great books out in paperback this month.
How is it MY fault that your husband has never railed you properly? Grow up! (Spoilers, obviously, as if it matters.)
Summer is peak season for these attractions. But after COVID-19, they are scrambling for staffers.
BuzzFeed News talked to A’ziah “Zola” King and the cast of Zola about how this outrageous comedy got made.
"As I wandered around the streets of Koreatown, I realized there were so many stories that were untold."
“I watched my career shift from being the busiest I had ever been to obviously have everything come screeching to a halt.”
“We used an entire biohazard kit.”
Here are some of the most interesting and powerful photo stories from across the internet.
It feels unprecedented to hear one of the biggest pop stars in the world share something so raw and heartbreaking.
The consistently viral pop star has bucked controversy thanks to a prolific career, including a new infectious album, Planet Her.
Epstein's Shadow, streaming on Peacock, zeroes in on Maxwell to provide a portrait of the ruthlessness of privilege.
Featuring unputdownable thrillers, underrated books in translation, dystopian fiction, piercing criticism, and so much more — this list has something for everyone.
From audiobooks at Libro.fm to print books from Bookshop.org to e-books from Kobo, you have more options than you might realize.
He made a $100,000 donation to the LGBTQ+ youth suicide prevention organization The Trevor Project.
Uh-oh. Michael may have gotten himself into some hot water.