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With a slew of potential alternatives to Spotify, both new and old, there’s never been a better time to leave mainstream streaming services behind. Now it’s the responsibility of music fans to jump ship.
In a divorce, who gets custody of the embryos?
A look at how creativity works within walls.
There are only five people in New York capable of fixing antique jukeboxes. Unless they can find someone to carry on their line of work, it might go extinct.
Blockbuster might be dead, but for some people, the siren call of the DVD box sings on.
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.
As lines of art ownership grow increasingly blurred, the role, credit, and compensation of its makers becomes harder to define.
How a memorial no one wants to make comes to be.
In Athens, one cinema is keeping alive a dying, and deeply human, tradition.
Once designed to accompany the silver screen in a nation passionate about film, their work has moved to the domain of private art collections and upscale restaurants.
The secret to his domination—and, increasingly, the homogenization of pop—is his one-size-fits-all approach to genre.
BLK MKT Vintage wants to be the “Blackest antique store there ever was.” But in trying to make Black cultural ephemera accessible to their community, its founders have revealed how often white curators control the narrative.