How to Head Off an Eating Disorder Relapse During the Holidays
Even for people in recovery, unfamiliar circumstances or foods combined with too-familiar families can lead to relapse.
If You Don’t Want to Have Kids, You Don’t Have to Want a Career Instead
Forget having it "all"—why aren’t women allowed to just have "not much in particular," and be happy with it?
How Pete Wentz Ended Up on a Lil Peep and ILoveMakonnen Collab
"I saw Peep as a kindred spirit," he told us, when we called him to talk about new track "I've Been Waiting."
Weezer Have Always Been the Goofy Band You Think They Are
This week they released the 'Teal Album', covering TLC, a-ha and more – and of course, some hate it. But isn't their kookiness their charm?
Home Coming: Leicester
A tour of one writer's hometown, one potato fritter at a time.
but actually good
The Lonely Island Have Gone Full Circle and Are Now Underrated
Ahead of their first live concert, we look back on the guys who famously made "Dick In a Box" (but also a bunch of other good shit).
All Hail Elaine Benes, TV Comedy's Original Messy Bitch
Seinfeld's revolutionary anti-hero with a "big wall of hair" and a "face like a frying pan" is just as important to sitcom writing now as she was in the 90s.
Remembering Fall Out Boy’s 'Take This To Your Grave'
Fifteen years on, the pop punk group's debut album is a main-stay of the genre, celebrated for its weird quirks and really long song names.
We Made Actual Emos Review Princess Nokia's Emo-Inspired Mixtape
The versatile New York rapper put out 'A Girl Cried Red' last Friday, so we got some ex-diehards to chat about it.
Drinking and Drugs
Why Getting Wasted Makes Some of You Fun and Some of You Awful
One lesson we learned: Your own expectation of what drink or drugs will do to you plays a big role in their actual effect.
An Actual First Date with Actual Pete Wentz
I’d never gone on a date that was any more than “shall we sit in the park until we get bored and kiss?” until this one.
'High School Musical 2' Is Actually Kind of OK
Themes of queerness and socialist revolution allowed a made-for-TV musical aimed at children managed to transcend its core audience to be the best in its franchise.