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Elana K. Arnold’s latest young adult novel subverts the typical damsel-in-distress storyline to say something bigger.

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Straight out of the forests of Norway, Aurora puts a violent twist on environmentalism and what it means to be a woman on her latest release.

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Time to meet Chuck Person, Blank Banshee, Saint Pepsi and George Clanton.

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Jam out or binge-watch? With these soundtracks, you can do both.

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What’s better than ruling in hell or serving in heaven? This chemistry.

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‘Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass’ promises a chapbook composed of her signature lyricism. Is that a good thing?

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Born from Stan Twitter and the ashes of early Britney rises Slayyyter, in all her glittery glory.

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‘Happiness Begins’ suffers from high expectations and an apathetic output.

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The song is a perfect introduction to the band’s mobile game and its focus on following your dreams.

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HBO’s remake of the Philip Pullman trilogy will embrace the controversy at the series’s heart, rather than sidestep it.

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The fantasy writer’s intricate world-building, filled with faeries and lore, has been enchanting readers for almost two decades.

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The Jonas Brothers are back with a new outlook on life and a new album that is sure to define the summer of 2019.

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Dust off your House robes, Potterheads: There are four new Harry Potter eBooks slated for release this summer.

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The album that caters to, literally, every personality type.

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‘Lucid’ is a safe space for inclusivity, representation and inner strength.

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Adulting 101 for your summer reading list.

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The musical ‘Rocketman’ is like no other biopic, mixing in a little magic to tell the story of Elton John’s rise to stardom.

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As the band’s members have grown, their sound has changed. Some fans aren’t happy about that.

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This music student knows passion when he sees it.

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His last album marked a stark break from its predecessors. So does ‘IGOR.’

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In her lyrics and life, Rogers exudes a confident self-assurance.

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Once ambiguously closeted, Lacy is now definitively out and making music that feels alive with bravado.

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They’re not as scary as your English classes make them sound.

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Leav’s famous creativity is readily apparent, though slightly different, in her fiction debut.

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The book was revered for its accurate portrayal of mental illness. Will the film be too?

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The band is so psychedelic that just listening to them will get you buzzed.

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The ‘Nailed It!’ star and her ‘dick-list’ are the perfect podcast to contextualize your romantic woes.

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The most talented musician you’ve probably never heard of is keeping the genre alive and well.

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Olaf Stapledon’s sci-fi tale of a roving spaceman’s chronicle captures the heart of humanity’s existential fear.

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The hit summer track is beginning to tread hallowed music-history ground.

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The latest album from the pop darling is for herself, her lovers and the sounds of her past.

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The show might be finished, but its fans aren’t.

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Because there’s more to growing up than ‘The Catcher in the Rye.’

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The musician’s ‘It takes a village’ approach to his 11th album hasn’t sit well with … anyone.

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The project is her strongest yet and rings with spiritual confidence.

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The artist’s latest release, ‘Our Place,’ has all the hallmarks of a viral hit.

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The search for the song of the summer has officially begun.

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Bailey’s primary concern is, and always will be, her YouTube family.

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Back with another bestseller, Manson sheds light on the sheer atrocities of … well, being a human.

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On his new project, Tyler leans into some experimental production.

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Which, as it turns out, faces most of the same boring problems as hetero love.

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The mastermind behind a number of canonical musicals has found his work resonating with a new generation.

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Eilish’s music might not be for everyone, but it’s also not required listening.

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The Boy Who Lived has something to say on those that don’t.

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Some of your favorite novels are finally coming to the silver screen.

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Her retro sound and clever lyrics will hook you before her new album drops.

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Like her previous YA novel, ‘The Poet X,’ Acevedo’s new novel is all about Latinx literary representation.

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Inspired by the birth of his son, Ezra Koenig et al. explore the rhythms of life.

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Tehlor Kay Mejia’s new novel flares with action and LGBTQ+ representation.

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At just 21-years-old, Bird seems poised for a vertiginous career.

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As a Vietnamese immigrant and member of the LGBTQ+ community, Vuong is a unique, empathy-inspiring voice in the poetry world.

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You probably love his music, even if you don’t recognize his name.

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While Q has yet to release his magnum opus, he’s showing every sign of reaching all-time status.

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‘Everything is F*cked’ drops next week, which gives you just enough time.

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The young musician is hoping to bring the Windy City to the pop soundscape.

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Funny jokes aside, the song’s message is no laughing matter.

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The horror industry is ripe for fairy tales that don’t have happy endings.

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Who knew even Emma Chamberlain tried her hand at podcasting?

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Broke, bored and can’t travel? Check out the summer romance section at your local library.

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Through thick and thin, the band has focused on what’s most important… creating content that sends a powerful message to the world.

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Crumb’s melding of psychadelic rock and groovy rhythms has produced an original, refreshing sound.

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Grosso’s life lessons will definitely be useful to you, whether you’ve struggled with addiction or not.

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The show is able to incorporate fantastic creatures and magic without sacrificing its sense of realism.

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Her work was largely dismissed during her life, but scholars are finding it prescient today.

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Using transparency and self-deprecating humor, hosts Lawrence Schlossman and James Harris are democratizing style.

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Inspire by the creepiness of Eilish’s latest album, choreographers countrywide had a field day.

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Yes, there are YouTube channels made specifically for book fiends.

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The four-person ensemble has already hit six-digit plays with their single, ‘Existential Crisis.’

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What proponents have hailed as the genre’s savior is likely doing more harm than good.

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The actress, singer and vlogger will make you laugh, cry and sing along.

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In it, he grapples with the all-too-familiar trials of adolescence.

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The student-radio-run music festival in Austin is the first of its kind, and an absolute can’t-miss.

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The new collection might be her strongest, but most jaded work yet.

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You’ve probably forgotten about them, but you shouldn’t have.

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Jam out or binge-watch? With these soundtracks, you can do both.

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Find a comfortable spot, because you won’t be able to put these books down.

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What’s better than ruling in hell or serving in heaven? This chemistry.

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The song is a perfect introduction to the band’s mobile game and its focus on following your dreams.

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HBO’s remake of the Philip Pullman trilogy will embrace the controversy at the series’s heart, rather than sidestep it.

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The fantasy writer’s intricate world-building, filled with faeries and lore, has been enchanting readers for almost two decades.

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The Jonas Brothers are back with a new outlook on life and a new album that is sure to define the summer of 2019.

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Dust off your House robes, Potterheads: There are four new Harry Potter eBooks slated for release this summer.

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The album that caters to, literally, every personality type.

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Everything you need to know before diving both pieces of work.

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‘Lucid’ is a safe space for inclusivity, representation and inner strength.

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A Great Big World is not afraid to break barriers and challenge people to change.

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Adulting 101 for your summer reading list.

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The musical ‘Rocketman’ is like no other biopic, mixing in a little magic to tell the story of Elton John’s rise to stardom.

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As the band’s members have grown, their sound has changed. Some fans aren’t happy about that.

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And why shouldn’t he?

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This music student knows passion when he sees it.

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Did your favorite make the cut?

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His last album marked a stark break from its predecessors. So does ‘IGOR.’

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In her lyrics and life, Rogers exudes a confident self-assurance.

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Each of these programs has a standalone format, which means no bingeing required.

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Remember reading for fun?

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Once ambiguously closeted, Lacy is now definitively out and making music that feels alive with bravado.

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They’re not as scary as your English classes make them sound.

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Leav’s famous creativity is readily apparent, though slightly different, in her fiction debut.

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The graphic novel is as creative as it is captivating.

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The book was revered for its accurate portrayal of mental illness. Will the film be too?

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The band is so psychedelic that just listening to them will get you buzzed.

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The ‘Nailed It!’ star and her ‘dick-list’ are the perfect podcast to contextualize your romantic woes.

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Welcome to the world, Lavender May Avery.

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The most talented musician you’ve probably never heard of is keeping the genre alive and well.

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Olaf Stapledon’s sci-fi tale of a roving spaceman’s chronicle captures the heart of humanity’s existential fear.

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You should see her in a crown.

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The hit summer track is beginning to tread hallowed music-history ground.

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The latest album from the pop darling is for herself, her lovers and the sounds of her past.

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The show might be finished, but its fans aren’t.

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Because there’s more to growing up than ‘The Catcher in the Rye.’

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The musician’s ‘It takes a village’ approach to his 11th album hasn’t sit well with … anyone.

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The project is her strongest yet and rings with spiritual confidence.

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If you plan on teaching, you should plan on reading these first.

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The artist’s latest release, ‘Our Place,’ has all the hallmarks of a viral hit.

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The search for the song of the summer has officially begun.

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Bailey’s primary concern is, and always will be, her YouTube family.

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Back with another bestseller, Manson sheds light on the sheer atrocities of … well, being a human.

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On his new project, Tyler leans into some experimental production.

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Which, as it turns out, faces most of the same boring problems as hetero love.

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The mastermind behind a number of canonical musicals has found his work resonating with a new generation.

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Feel free to update your TBR list accordingly.

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‘The Chi’ star’s newest album explores love, lust and loss.

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Eilish’s music might not be for everyone, but it’s also not required listening.

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The Boy Who Lived has something to say on those that don’t.

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Some of your favorite novels are finally coming to the silver screen.

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Her retro sound and clever lyrics will hook you before her new album drops.

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Like her previous YA novel, ‘The Poet X,’ Acevedo’s new novel is all about Latinx literary representation.

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Inspired by the birth of his son, Ezra Koenig et al. explore the rhythms of life.

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Check out these triple double no assists.

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Tehlor Kay Mejia’s new novel flares with action and LGBTQ+ representation.

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At just 21-years-old, Bird seems poised for a vertiginous career.

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As a Vietnamese immigrant and member of the LGBTQ+ community, Vuong is a unique, empathy-inspiring voice in the poetry world.

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You probably love his music, even if you don’t recognize his name.

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Your favorite 2004 film with a Shakespearean twist.

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While Q has yet to release his magnum opus, he’s showing every sign of reaching all-time status.

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‘Everything is F*cked’ drops next week, which gives you just enough time.

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The young musician is hoping to bring the Windy City to the pop soundscape.

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Funny jokes aside, the song’s message is no laughing matter.

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The horror industry is ripe for fairy tales that don’t have happy endings.

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Who knew even Emma Chamberlain tried her hand at podcasting?

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The 55-minute island getaway doesn’t disappoint.

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Although controversial, influencers can spark positive change.

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Broke, bored and can’t travel? Check out the summer romance section at your local library.

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Through thick and thin, the band has focused on what’s most important… creating content that sends a powerful message to the world.

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Crumb’s melding of psychadelic rock and groovy rhythms has produced an original, refreshing sound.

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Grosso’s life lessons will definitely be useful to you, whether you’ve struggled with addiction or not.

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The show is able to incorporate fantastic creatures and magic without sacrificing its sense of realism.

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Her work was largely dismissed during her life, but scholars are finding it prescient today.

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Nobody deserves to watch this.

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Using transparency and self-deprecating humor, hosts Lawrence Schlossman and James Harris are democratizing style.

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She’s back and better than ever.

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Inspire by the creepiness of Eilish’s latest album, choreographers countrywide had a field day.

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Yes, there are YouTube channels made specifically for book fiends.

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K-pop is great, but some variety certainly wouldn’t hurt.

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The four-person ensemble has already hit six-digit plays with their single, ‘Existential Crisis.’

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What proponents have hailed as the genre’s savior is likely doing more harm than good.

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And nobody can tell him anything.

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It might be her story, but it resonates with millions.

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The actress, singer and vlogger will make you laugh, cry and sing along.

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In it, he grapples with the all-too-familiar trials of adolescence.

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The student-radio-run music festival in Austin is the first of its kind, and an absolute can’t-miss.

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The new collection might be her strongest, but most jaded work yet.

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You’ve probably forgotten about them, but you shouldn’t have.

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On the bright side, at least now you have the creative anguish you need to make some new music!

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Welcome to your go-to summer jams.

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Her essay, ‘I Am Not Always Very Attached to Being Alive,’ has opened up a much-needed dialogue.

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It’s been over four years since their last release, and all I can say is ‘Finally!’

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Because love is more than just romance.

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It’s hard to be Puff, but it’s even harder being Puff’s son.

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From rap to jazz to soul, this up-and-coming artist does it all.

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The poet poses a central question: What happens when everyone averts their eyes?

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Influencers for novels? Why not?

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In three videos on Instagram, the 31-year-old rapper explained why he had been on a yearlong hiatus.

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Dylan Minnette, of ’13 Reason Why’ fame, flexes his musical chops on the band’s wobbly first project.

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They screwed up Stannis, Lady Stoneheart and Tyrion, to start with.

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The ‘Broken Earth’ trilogy is pushing the boundaries of what science fiction can do.

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Will the ‘You Say’ singer lead a worship session for the Lolla crowd?

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Exams make school scary, but murder makes it frightening.

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Unlike its title suggests, this poetry collection lacks a voice.

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You’re definitely gonna miss it all.

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The Nashville dark-pop savant is combining his confessional songwriting with a sultry, haunting sound.