A thought-provoking and entertaining podcast called Food 4 Thot hit the airwaves this month, party in response to the anti-LGBTQ, white nationalist rhetoric and propaganda disseminated by President Donald Trump’s administration.
Linda Nieves-Powell wants to give trailblazing Latinas the credit they’ve long deserved.
The New York-based photographer, writer and director began documenting iconic Latinas last fall with a photo project that honored Rita Moreno, Frida Kahlo and more.
Hell hath no fury like those scorned by a crappy couch.
West Elm removed a couch from its website after a piece titled “Why Does This One Couch From West Elm Suck So Much?” was published last week at The Awl, generating a lot of buzz.
iPad drawing by Adam James Butcher
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It’s safe to assume “La La Land” will win the Oscar for Best Original Score this month. It is a musical, after all. But you owe it to yourself to learn the name of a promising composer whose work is competing against that illustrious city of stars: Mica Levi.
“The Bachelor” franchise is far better known for perpetuating racism than for thoughtfully discussing it. But on this week’s episode, the painfully whitewashed show actually acknowledged that racism exists and that the current political climate has heightened the visibility of overt racism.
The cast of the Han Solo prequel has boarded the Millennium Falcon.
Principal photography on the standalone “Star Wars” film began Monday at London’s Pinewood Studios, where “The Force Awakens” and “Rogue One” were also shot.
It’s funny. With all of the furor over Beyonce’s losing the Album of the Year Grammy for the third time, you’d think Katy Perry or Britney Spears had snatched the prize out of Queen Bey’s outstretched hands.
We are 26 days into Donald Trump’s presidency, and there’s already a miniseries about the 2016 election on the horizon.
That’s right, you can soon channel your crippling panic about America’s federal horror show via an eight- to 10-hour drama from “Zero Dark Thirty” scribe Mark Boal and producer Megan Ellison, according to Deadline.
One bearded hunk, 30 lovely (mostly brunette) ladies and four chances at love: It must be Nick Viall’s season as The Bachelor.
This week, Claire Fallon and Emma Gray, along with guests Max Godnick and Sam Usher of The Bachelor Dudes, talk olive repulsion, luxury sweatsuits, paternal blessings and more notable moments from Episode 8 of the most shocking season in “Bachelor” history.
Mother of Dragons! Khaleesi, aka Emilia Clarke, has a bangin’ new look, and it has us questioning everything.
Here’s what Clarke used to look like:
And here’s Khaleesi now:
Clarke must own some dragons because that new ‘do is fire.
Over the Christmas holidays I was privileged to perform with the Philadelphia Festival Orchestra on its first tour abroad and my first time playing with them.
It was the best orchestra I ever performed with as well as one of the greatest French horn sections I have ever experienced.
Since the early 1990s, German artist Wolfgang Tillmans has earned recognition as one of the most exciting and innovative artists working today. In 2000, he was the first photographer and first non-British artist to receive the Turner Prize.