Deep breath in, and out. Now you can focus.
What use is rebellion when it’s sponsored by your overlords?
The move to Facebook Watch has proven to be, like, a totally dope move for the hilarious series.
Video games have come front and center in the discussion surrounding freedom of online speech.
If she pulls it off, Bynes’ turnaround would be one of the most dramatic in celebrity history.
For anyone who was dying to make Krabby Patties, Kevin’s Famous Chili or milksteak of their own.
Macabre humor makes taboo topics accessible, and that can lead to their much-needed discussion.
It’s about time the man who embodies jazz makes his own mark on the genre.
A new Tumblr is on the horizon.
Can turning classic literature into Instagram Stories actually get more young people to read them?
Combining tenets of female empowerment and pagan mysticism, witchcraft is on the rise in modern America.
Sustainability guru Manuela Baron wants to make living well less intimidating.
If you feel like you haven’t smiled in a week, these are for you.
You’re goan thank us later.
You’ll find that the lovely singer only gets sweet[en]er.
Hardcore female characters, an amazingly well-built fantasy world and a beautiful writing style — need I say more?
Gun violence, racism, mass consumption and more have the country headed toward catastrophe, according to Rocky.
Channels like Crash Course, Khan Academy and others are perfect for complementing your in-class education.
Hopefully, by reading this, you can learn them the easy way.
Beauty pageants have always been, and will always be, backdrops for soaring human drama.
After starring in ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ and ‘Ocean’s 8,’ the Queens native has become an articulate voice for diversity in media.
More than ever, Americans need to know the history of Central America, which makes these programs critical.
Though the album is overflowing with sadness, its encouragement is just as evident.
A definitive ranking of the DC films, as well as where Jason Momoa’s new flick will fall in the hierarchy.
Her music is amazing, but it’s her life story that will leave your jaw hanging.
Looks can be deceiving.
Creator Brian Baldocchi talks ‘Fake News at Night,’ a new kind of satire airing on Facebook.
The best books of the year, as voted by you. Did your favorites make the cut?
Must love reading about dogs.
Imagine being married to Donald Trump AND facing the wrath of the American pubic.
‘Why ain’t nobody tell me I was bleedin?’ he asks on ‘Shattered Dreams.’
A vaccine exists, but it’s only available to military personnel.
What won’t trolls ruin?
China wants a censored search engine, and Google might be greedy enough to oblige them.
Through a series of vignettes, the directing duo deconstruct several of the genre’s more hackneyed tropes.
Honestly, why hasn’t someone made this yet?
Years ago the Japanese artist understood that art could offer an experience, and now there’s no going back.
Rest in peace, Stephen Hillenburg
Representation in criticism is more important than you know.
A presidential run might seem crazy, but O’Rourke’s resume fits the bill.
‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ does what few much-ballyhooed albums do: it lives up to the hype.
Through its ‘VR for Good’ initiative, the company hopes to expand beyond gaming.
Overshadowed and under-played, each of these projects deserves way more attention than they received.
Hosseini’s novel captures the refugee experience in the magnitude of its human drama.
If you follow these guidelines, your only challenge will be deciding which college to attend.
2018 saved the best for the last.
She’s gone from locals to Lollapalooza in less than a year.
The streaming service is ending the year with a bang.
For a ‘love yourself as you are’ video, why wear makeup and shoot in monochrome?
If the argument comes down to exposure, then other addictive products are equally incriminated.
Jon Favreau’s live-action remake has gone to great lengths to recreate the film’s transcendent appeal.
More like the crimes of a completely unnecessary shark jump.
Trust us on this one.
In almost every field, from education to firefighting to medical care, IoT tech offers potential breakthroughs.
During his lifetime, even Lee was amazed with how popular the MCU had become.
Head-bobbing background noise has never been so in.
It’s that time of year again.
It requires so much more than you’d think.
As quickly as possible.
Charlie Brown and his friends have nothing on Nate Dogg.
Share if you agree.
Who said a dead writer can’t publish new books?
The judiciary has long been the most progressive governmental branch, but it’s certainly not their ally.
We examine the receipts.
It’s the holiday season, Belcher style.
Answers are mixed, but there are certainly more no’s than there were a few years ago.
The show captures the wit of Dan Harmon’s series, but adds emotional complexity and warmth.
It’s the happiest time of the year … according to Hallmark.
When the food runs out, who gets to eat?
These household names are gone, but they will be remembered.
From pop purgatory to sold-out stadiums, the English superstar has created a musical niche that has fans obsessed.
Her latest novel, ‘Time Bomb,’ is the latest in a string of works that will have your heart beating out of your chest.
Yes, you have the time. And no, they don’t cost any money.
No matter how packed your schedule is, each of these books can find a place in it.
Democratic socialism just might be what saves the Union.
‘A Love Letter to You 3’ flounders in the shadow of its predecessors.
It’s time to stop catering to male fantasies.
The musical will bring a lot more to the island than dance numbers.
They’ve criticized the Republican Party for being a bunch of old white people, but Democrats aren’t much better at the moment.
The series aims to join the ranks of other cult cartoon classics, like ‘Gravity Falls’ and ‘Adventure Time.’
She was the most powerful woman in the world for eight years, and she did a lot to earn it.
None of which involve studying.
Chill with the CGI, please.
Recent comments have revealed just how behind the times the company is.
Despite increased political engagement, the number of under-30-year-olds voting is still far too low.
Did Brian Kemp steal the election?
You love watching, so why not listen?
Nyge Turner and Merk Nguyen, both 22, break down relationships, finances, Netflix and much more.
Now players are going crazy over the sequel AND the prequel.
Akana’s ‘Youth and Consequences’ series should be the model for modern television.
The decision reaffirms the company’s commitment to innovation, and it shows a level of loyalty that’s becoming rare in the tech world.
YouTube Music might be the dark horse of streaming services, but it’s only getting better.
It might have been a soapy teen drama, but it was the second-longest-running series in television history.
Meet the guys who love being the butt of their own jokes.
Larsson’s books and their adaptations succeeded because they bucked stereotypes, something no one told Fede Álvarez.
Just how far did the blue wave ride?
Every time Earl drops new music the world becomes a better place.
The series chronicles the downfall of professional athlete Aaron Hernandez, but raises questions about much more than football.
Her poetry exposes the way the U.S. military warps language to conceal the atrocities it commits.
This one’s for Tina.
Which is very bad news for Democrats.
Because nowadays, who needs more bulls***?
‘The Great Depression’ cycles through the stages of grief, exploring the spectrum of mental health on the way.
The network has a track record of overexposing its brightest stars until they dim and burn out.
This isn’t the last we’ve heard from Beto.
Doing so, however, cost them a coherent timeline and historical accuracy.
Grande’s savvy branding has elevated her from musician to pop culture icon.
YouTube has had serious trouble keeping their adolescent content family-friendly.
Some say yes, he says no.