Michael Wu, Case Western Reserve University
The modern interest in drag culture can be traced squarely back to Livingston’s documentary.
And nobody can tell him anything.
The mobile game is nearly five years old, but still nets tens of millions yearly.
They’re disgusting, but the world can’t seem to get enough.
The popular Instagram account has taken on everyone from Dolce and Gabbana to Kim Kardashian.
The song’s narcotic catchiness is no accident.
She might be an award-winning musician, but country fans are hesitant to embrace the left-leaning songwriter.
Her new short-story collection, ‘You’ll Never Believe How These Kids Get Murdered and Other Clickbait Tales,’ is obviously macabre, but subtly stunning.
He’s a billionaire, yes, but also a murderer, rapist and drug pusher.
The dance troupe has a more surprising backstory than its innocent posters suggest.
In the Academy’s 91-year history, of the 546 films nominated for best picture, only six have been horror movies.
‘Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club’ may be the final nail in the coffin.
He changes his face every day, but his fans weren’t so happy about his New Year’s transformation.
Nostalgia conquers all.
How the company turned its signature drab boot into an enduring status symbol.
His insane interviewing style has scored him sit-downs with everyone from Mikhail Gorbachev to Cardi B.
Giant jackets are the new wave.
What use is rebellion when it’s sponsored by your overlords?
Head-bobbing background noise has never been so in.
From pop purgatory to sold-out stadiums, the English superstar has created a musical niche that has fans obsessed.
The network has a track record of overexposing its brightest stars until they dim and burn out.
Cannabidiol is all the rage, but not everyone can afford it.
She might be a novelty, but she’s taking jobs from people who aren’t.
Camila Cabello has already made it to superstardom. Now, it’s Normani’s turn.
’90s kids: Get ready for a few blasts from the past.
Before you buy a 99-cent song on iTunes, make sure you know who’s pocketing the money.
Fan Bingbing, one of China’s most famous movie stars, vanished for three months. Who was to blame? Her government.
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