Lexi Anderson, Pratt Institute
It’s about time the man who embodies jazz makes his own mark on the genre.
Jon Favreau’s live-action remake has gone to great lengths to recreate the film’s transcendent appeal.
It’s time to stop catering to male fantasies.
Just how far did the blue wave ride?
The book of poetry is a masterclass in how to evoke emotion by zeroing-in on the quotidian.
The nature documentary took years to film and appears to be the celebrated filmmaker’s magnum opus.
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Move over, ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas.’
In celebration of her album releasing on Nov. 2, we look back on Streisand’s life and stellar performance career.
In the aftermath of the paradigm-shifting movement, reasons for both optimism and cynicism abound.
The Trump memes won’t help us in the long run.
The doctoral student and video creator is helping sow commonsense feminism across the internet.
First she closes her own car door, and now this?
Splendid Rain Co became famous for its brazen merchandise, but now it’s leading the charge against Etsy’s hypocritical business practices.
Spacey’s reign in Hollywood is officially over.
The Instagram page is filled with candid snapshots of subway riders’ hands.
Slacktivist, he is not.
The 65-year-old actor has undergone an almost inexplicable renaissance, and no one’s mad about it.
If only everyone could live in Hundred Acre Wood.
Let’s just bring them all back.
Feel old yet?
Who doesn’t love reading about a man feeding a tumor to his turtle?
And it’s not just because of Drake.
Almost any horror movie you’ve ever seen has its roots in one of these films.
For a lot of young people, zodiacs offer a non-religious explanation for a chaotic world.
From emotional breakdowns to proclaiming herself as a chicken nugget, YouTube queen Trisha Paytas is one of the most iconic YouTubers of all time.
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