Will Anyone Think of HR?
Over the course of the pandemic, Human Resources employees have been tasked with a challenging predicament: how to manage a highly unstable work environment and take care of themselves, too.
More and More Companies Are Covering the Cost of Egg Freezing. But Who Is It Really For?
Some argue that this benefit provides yet another way for women to have a career and family. Others see it as just part of a solution to a problem not yet solved.
Soccer Mommy Puts Nostalgia Front and Center on 'color theory'
Fear of the future can feel paralyzing. VICE talked to Sophie Allison about her new album that feels anything but.
King Princess Is Making Queer Pop Anthems for the Next Generation
The Brooklyn-born artist talks to VICE about her debut album, 'Cheap Queen': "This is my gay sob."
Tegan and Sara: "It's Always About What Can We Do That's New, That's a Risk"
The sibling duo talk to VICE about their new memoir and album, and the sometimes uncomfortable experience of mining high school memories in order to make them.
'Lover' Is Taylor Swift's Happy Ending... Almost
Although she has shed the Bad Taylor persona from 'Reputation,' it's difficult to reconcile the two Taylors that exist on her latest release.
'Big Little Lies' Failed to Recreate the Magic of Its First Season
The second season of the HBO series did little to refute the claims that it shouldn't have existed at all.
Taylor Janzen Thought Her New EP Was Almost Too Raw to Release
We're streaming the 19-year-old Canadian singer-songwriter's 'Shouting Matches' in full ahead of its Friday release.
Julien Baker Is Quietly Getting Louder
As the 22-year-old singer songwriter tours the world off her incredible sophomore record 'Turn Out the Lights,' she is plotting what's next.
I Went on a First Date with Hayley Kiyoko in a Bowling Alley
The Los Angeles pop singer talks her debut album 'Expectations,' while holding a bowling ball.
Pearl Charles Is Fed Up with Dating the Same Type of Dude
The LA singer-songwriter's new single "All the Boys" is an ode to perpetual heartbreak that's somehow sunny at the same time.
Julia Michaels' Journey from Selena Gomez's Hitmaker to Grammy-Nominated Artist
The prolific songwriter says she never set out to be a solo star, but this year she snagged Grammy nominations for Best New Artist and Song of the Year.