Tricia Crimmins, Bates College
When stars dabble in public affairs, philanthropy can get messy.
Misshapen fruits and veggies are the new black.
The eight person indie pop group represents what the web has done for music.
Both trends are rooted in social media, but can they coexist?
The popular podcast emphasizes learning rather than knowing, a refreshing change from most modern media.
You can usher in the new without trashing the old.
With ‘Boy in Jeans,’ the former teen star makes his return to music as an out man, confident lyricist and rising star.
Jaden Smith might actually be on to something.
Jen Richards and Laura Zak’s groundbreaking series has been nominated for an Emmy and is free on YouTube.
Self-love, body positivity and female empowerment galore.
Her songwriting is all about that basic lack of commonsense.
Smith weaves metaphor and political discourse into a beautifully produced coming-of-age album.
The artist formerly known as Christine and the Queens has rebranded.
Released just in time for a summer binge, ‘Ibiza’ is a modern take on the classic, foreign-adventure tale.
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