Leigh Stein's new novel rips apart the fakeness and performativeness of the wellness influencer world.
If you can't get a hold of a Super Nintendo, the next best thing you can do is to listen to the smooth grooves of "Aquatic Ambience" over and over.
'Flower of Devotion' is bursting with life and tangible energy on record, but it’s the kind of music that’s best experienced live.
Omsom's Filipino, Thai, and Vietnamese meal starters give me the taste of home with little to no effort.
Quarantine is the perfect time to enjoy a personal renaissance of making crude, ugly-cute things just because you feel like it.
The pitch-black satire about a Silicon Valley-made digital afterlife is scathing, entertaining, and seems self-aware it's on Amazon.
The show creates a universe beyond the empty promise of "thoughts and prayers," giving us a hero dedicated to protecting Black lives.
These erratic videos were more polarizing in Normal Times but now, their insanity truly resonates.
Hulu's wild series about Catherine the Great is loosely based on history, and it makes me want to bring out the guillotine.
The entire collection is on HBO Max, and if you watch it all, you can ignore real life for over 21 hours.
The LA real estate agents are back for a second season to spice up your boring life with high school mean girl cattiness.