Seemingly overnight, the "famous for no reason" celebrity that America loves to hate has become a new darling of art aficionados and public intellectuals.
Sam the Orangutan from Dunston Checks In? He's dead. And the Taco Bell chihuahua? Also dead.
Inside the competitive, stressful, and occasionally lucrative world of the men who dress up like Jack Sparrow, Willy Wonka, the Mad Hatter, and "regular" Johnny Depp.
An look behind the scenes of a Beiber-fied spectacle where celebrity, comedy, and cruelty collide.
A tale of lust, drugs, mistakes, and loss from famed punk historian Legs McNeil.
Is the news that Katy Perry will follow Kim Kardashian into the mobile-games market bad news for more creative studios?
It's not just one of the state's most notorious and bizarre party houses—it's also the home of a band of American outcasts who have created a genuine alternative family for themselves.
You know Alex Karpovsky as Ray Ploshansky, the sardonic coffee shop manager in Girls. For the past decade, however, he's also acted and directed numerous projects in America's independent film scene.
Being "famous" now apparently means humiliating yourself over and over like you're a perpetual game show contestant.
When Stoya told me Janice Dickinson writes an advice column for Michael Turnbull's glossy independent gay magazine, Loverboy, I died.
Summer jobs exist to remind us that we're human garbage put on this earth to serve those with wealthier parents.
On a Saturday evening in East Rutherford, I watched a crowd of Brady fans lose their goddamn minds in front of their idols.
I watched Bill Cosby receive multiple standing ovations at his first US comedy performance since more than a dozen women have accused him of drugging and raping them.
Her "Paper" cover shoot shows that people still don't know what to do with their feelings about her.
If you've read a literary novel, listened to conservative radio, or jacked off to your mom's favorite erotica in the past 30 years, you've consumed media that's passed through Regan's hands.
Oh No They Didn't grew from a LiveJournal community to an honest-to-god brand, but the people who run it today have been accused of exploiting the original founders.
This week, I attended the London production of Speed-the-Plow, David Mamet's satirical take on the American movie business, which stars Lindsay Lohan as a mysterious girl with nothing to bank on except her sexuality.
We gave Frost a call to talk about the video and wound up chatting about social media and why he works with "Slamming Babes" so much.
Plenty of comics are daring and shocking for their time. But Joan Rivers never really had a time. Her compulsion to stay current, to stay young, was the most interesting thing about her.
Thanks to Sharknado 2 and a new perfume line called Shark by Tara, the former sex symbol is having a career renaissance as a camp icon.
Amazon is apparently about to shell out a shade under a billion dollars for Twitch, an interactive, YouTube-meets-ESPN platform for video-game streaming.
Andrew Keegan, of 10 Things I Hate About You fame, recently started a church in Venice Beach, California. We visited it to find out why he swapped his acting career to lead a religion.
Vin Los is a 24-year-old Montreal model who has covered his face and body in tattoos that look like they're written in Sharpie. We talked to him about whether or not he realizes those face tattoos are forever.
Everyone knows Paris Hilton is a reality TV veteran, heiress, and successful businesswoman, but people forget that she's also one of the greatest pop stars of all time.