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Move over, Rupi Kaur, there’s a new queen of Instagram poetry.

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A fierce, multilingual, female rapper? Yes, please.

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This year more than ever, local acts shone.

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This August’s 50-year Woodstock reunion will feature some of the biggest names in the industry, but who?

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The two projects, which are completely interrelated, break down the barriers between text, image, emotion and sound.

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Scott T. Hutchinson’s collection examines the intersection of boyhood, love, life and nature.

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The title is a clear instance of queer-baiting, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

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His two visual albums, ‘Straight Outta Oz’ and ‘Forbidden,’ illustrate his personal struggle growing up gay.

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She might be an award-winning musician, but country fans are hesitant to embrace the left-leaning songwriter.

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Anne Lamott’s life experiences are your lessons on writing.

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The diy musician and performance artist wants to radically transform the music industry, and so far she’s succeeded.

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The Grammy-nominated artist known for ‘Take Me To Church’ has suddenly released a work of pure art.

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Brevity is the heart of social media poetry.

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The project addresses romantic partners, children and friends, all relationships characterized by different kinds of love.

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To a trained eye, the pop star’s Instagram is littered with hidden clues.

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Her new short-story collection, ‘You’ll Never Believe How These Kids Get Murdered and Other Clickbait Tales,’ is obviously macabre, but subtly stunning.

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Self-help yourself to some personal improvement this semester.

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The self-taught musician and recovering addict turned her studio into a therapist’s chaise and her music into a sensation.

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Bakery, young love and a tenuous music career? Sounds like a recipe for intrigue.

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They’re like a newer, better One Direction, at least according to Logan Paul.

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Older rock stars are making good music for more people, and it’s an unequivocal good.

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Whether you like Christian music or not, Franklin’s is worth a listen.

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The production is a new spin on the age-old Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, crossed with the tale of Hades and Persephone.

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Pick up one of these books for a good blast from the past.

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The latest installment in Peter Clines’ ‘Threshold’ series takes the story in a new, somewhat undesirable direction.

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The newest project from Peter Sagar is his strongest, but also his softest.

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The young novelist begins with unsettling premises and then pushes them till they strain.

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The re-designed collection is a masterclass in depicting the nuance of a culture.

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Each member of the girl group, without exception, has already begun to find solo success

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Prepare to learn some serious time-management skills.

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His pioneering novel, ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?,’ laid the foundation for modern sci-fi.

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‘break up with your girlfriend, i’m bored’ is deeper than you think.

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Each song in the 12-track project offers a new perspective on feminism.

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Shakespeare is good and all, but writers like Acevedo are making reading appealing to millions of underrepresented people.

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Moss has turned the high school ‘I want to start a band’ phase into a career.

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Some of these poems feel like a warm hug from a friend.

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He’s one of the few artists creating new, old, soul music.

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The son of Rev Run has laid the groundwork for a successful career of his own.

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Pro tip: Cleanliness is often an afterthought.

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The new project from Mark Hoppus and Alex Gaskarth might tank, so here are some classics to fall back on if it does.

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The k-pop times they are a changin’.

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Prepare for chaos, friendly strangers and loud music.

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The award show’s cryptic methodology has led to widespread criticism in recent years.

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Hilarious, female-run and sex positive, Ellie Schnitt’s pod baby has it all.

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The recently discovered short story acts as a pseudo-sequel to ‘The Bell Jar.’

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An ancient theme and a modern style meet in Amanda Lovelace’s newest collection.

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The New York City roommates spill raunchy and relatable advice every Wednesday.

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Too busy to keep up with current events? Think again.

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In it, author M. L. Rio challenges one of Shakespeare’s most famous dictums: ‘A man can die but once.’

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Aside from a few scattered positives, the 13-track project feels like a throwaway.

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Told through the stories of three unknown African Americans, the book explores the all-too-human desire for freedom.

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Who knew a singing, rapping, twerking flautist would be the key to inspiring body positivity?

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Nearly half a million Puerto Ricans have emigrated in the last decade, and the stories offer a glimpse into their lives.

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The author won’t mind, and neither will your REM cycle.

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Turn on, tune in, stay in school.

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The Austin-born, LA-based duo chats new cities, career analogies and potion recipes.

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Lovato’s milestone underscores the importance of perseverance, not perfection.

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The 23-year-old mother of two has spun every opportunity into a break, and now she’s on the verge of mainstream success.

 

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Social media, love, vulnerability: the new release explores all the complexities of modern teendom.

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What is it about King’s work that, despite several massive commercial flops, keeps directors coming back for more?

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To stay ahead of the competition, the MCU needs to keep experimenting.

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Finally, characters like Circe and Medusa get to tell their side of the story.

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The poet’s passing marks the end of one of the world’s most transcendental, plainspoken wordsmiths.

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The hip-hop community is nonplussed, to say the least, with Grande’s latest sampling choices.

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The group’s new album, ‘Father of the Bride,’ is set to release later this year.

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It’s time to get excited about everyday objects.

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I saw the best minds of my generation reciting poetry on a YouTube channel.

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The podcasting family is slated to write for the upcoming ‘War of the Realms’ spinoff.

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The long-awaited novel from the New York Times’ best-selling author comes out Feb. 5.

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Finally, an adaptation that Rick Riordan fans can be proud of.

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Sasha Sloan, Allie McDonald, Willow Smith and Billie Marten will all be household names soon.

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Yes, much of our lives are driven by FOMO, but isn’t that better than materialism?

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The two projects, which are completely interrelated, break down the barriers between text, image, emotion and sound.

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Scott T. Hutchinson’s collection examines the intersection of boyhood, love, life and nature.

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Sounds x

The title is a clear instance of queer-baiting, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

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His two visual albums, ‘Straight Outta Oz’ and ‘Forbidden,’ illustrate his personal struggle growing up gay.

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The Grammy-nominated artist known for ‘Take Me To Church’ has suddenly released a work of pure art.

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Jess Dugan’s photo series is helping keep the past accountable.

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Brevity is the heart of social media poetry.

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The project addresses romantic partners, children and friends, all relationships characterized by different kinds of love.

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To a trained eye, the pop star’s Instagram is littered with hidden clues.

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The fan-girl in me is screaming.

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Sit back, relax and enjoy the drama.

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Prepare yourself for love triangles.

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Her new short-story collection, ‘You’ll Never Believe How These Kids Get Murdered and Other Clickbait Tales,’ is obviously macabre, but subtly stunning.

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Self-help yourself to some personal improvement this semester.

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The self-taught musician and recovering addict turned her studio into a therapist’s chaise and her music into a sensation.

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Bakery, young love and a tenuous music career? Sounds like a recipe for intrigue.

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They’re like a newer, better One Direction, at least according to Logan Paul.

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Older rock stars are making good music for more people, and it’s an unequivocal good.

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Whether you like Christian music or not, Franklin’s is worth a listen.

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The production is a new spin on the age-old Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, crossed with the tale of Hades and Persephone.

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Pick up one of these books for a good blast from the past.

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The latest installment in Peter Clines’ ‘Threshold’ series takes the story in a new, somewhat undesirable direction.

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Throw on some SHAED.

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A line-by-line breakdown of Grande’s ode to splits.

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The newest project from Peter Sagar is his strongest, but also his softest.

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The young novelist begins with unsettling premises and then pushes them till they strain.

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The re-designed collection is a masterclass in depicting the nuance of a culture.

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The world is pretty scary, and that’s why we drink.

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Each member of the girl group, without exception, has already begun to find solo success

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Prepare to learn some serious time-management skills.

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They took Slenderman to the next level.

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Metaphorically, of course.

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His pioneering novel, ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?,’ laid the foundation for modern sci-fi.

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Don’t give up your childhood dreams yet!

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‘break up with your girlfriend, i’m bored’ is deeper than you think.

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Each song in the 12-track project offers a new perspective on feminism.

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Shakespeare is good and all, but writers like Acevedo are making reading appealing to millions of underrepresented people.

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Moss has turned the high school ‘I want to start a band’ phase into a career.

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Who says graphic novels are teen-exclusive?

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Some of these poems feel like a warm hug from a friend.

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He’s one of the few artists creating new, old, soul music.

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The son of Rev Run has laid the groundwork for a successful career of his own.

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Pro tip: Cleanliness is often an afterthought.

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The new project from Mark Hoppus and Alex Gaskarth might tank, so here are some classics to fall back on if it does.

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The k-pop times they are a changin’.

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Prepare for chaos, friendly strangers and loud music.

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Everyone has a story, even Brothers Grimm villains.

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The award show’s cryptic methodology has led to widespread criticism in recent years.

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It’s no ‘The Fault in Our Stars,’ that’s for sure.

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Hilarious, female-run and sex positive, Ellie Schnitt’s pod baby has it all.

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The real is back, the ville is back.

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The recently discovered short story acts as a pseudo-sequel to ‘The Bell Jar.’

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An ancient theme and a modern style meet in Amanda Lovelace’s newest collection.

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The New York City roommates spill raunchy and relatable advice every Wednesday.

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Too busy to keep up with current events? Think again.

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In it, author M. L. Rio challenges one of Shakespeare’s most famous dictums: ‘A man can die but once.’

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Aside from a few scattered positives, the 13-track project feels like a throwaway.

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Told through the stories of three unknown African Americans, the book explores the all-too-human desire for freedom.

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Who knew a singing, rapping, twerking flautist would be the key to inspiring body positivity?

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The Grishaverse awaits.

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Nearly half a million Puerto Ricans have emigrated in the last decade, and the stories offer a glimpse into their lives.

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Her upcoming album is taking a dark, macabre turn.

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It’s a modern album from a modern man.

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The author won’t mind, and neither will your REM cycle.

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In her hands, fantasy reads like poetry.

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Turn on, tune in, stay in school.

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The Austin-born, LA-based duo chats new cities, career analogies and potion recipes.

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Lovato’s milestone underscores the importance of perseverance, not perfection.

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The 23-year-old mother of two has spun every opportunity into a break, and now she’s on the verge of mainstream success.

 

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Social media, love, vulnerability: the new release explores all the complexities of modern teendom.

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What is it about King’s work that, despite several massive commercial flops, keeps directors coming back for more?

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Just block them and they’re gone … kind of.

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To stay ahead of the competition, the MCU needs to keep experimenting.

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Two actors, one spectacular opera.

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Finally, characters like Circe and Medusa get to tell their side of the story.

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The poet’s passing marks the end of one of the world’s most transcendental, plainspoken wordsmiths.

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The hip-hop community is nonplussed, to say the least, with Grande’s latest sampling choices.

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The group’s new album, ‘Father of the Bride,’ is set to release later this year.

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It’s time to get excited about everyday objects.

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I saw the best minds of my generation reciting poetry on a YouTube channel.

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The podcasting family is slated to write for the upcoming ‘War of the Realms’ spinoff.

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The long-awaited novel from the New York Times’ best-selling author comes out Feb. 5.

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Finally, an adaptation that Rick Riordan fans can be proud of.

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Did someone say six-peat?

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Sasha Sloan, Allie McDonald, Willow Smith and Billie Marten will all be household names soon.

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These / right here / are his / receipts.

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Yes, much of our lives are driven by FOMO, but isn’t that better than materialism?

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So much for Mr. Brightside.

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God bless you, public domain.

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Books, just like recycling bins and hybrid cars, are a vital part of the green revolution.

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The Swiss philosopher didn’t actually write about social media, but he might as well have.

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Her Cinderella-esque story is the stuff of fairy tales, but her music is even better.

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Today, ideally.

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The pressure is real.

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Her methods are (yet another) unattainable standard for millennials to meet.

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How a soulful Austin pop band makes transcendence feel like dancing.

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The ‘America’s Got Talent’ alumni are primed for the spotlight.

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Kelly’s past seems to have finally caught up to him.

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The timing isn’t the only thing off.

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The best bookshelves have to offer.

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The film version of David Levithan’s book is a pared-down, emotionally stunted misfire.

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The podcast explores celebrities’ teenage years and proves that adolescence was awkward for everyone.

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The rapidly popularizing genre is plagued by the same sexism that permeates American music.

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On his new album, the 26-year-old finally leaves the gimmicks behind.

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Reading slumps happen, but these podcasts can help.