Inside the New Private Club for People of Color With a 4,300-Strong Waitlist
Ethel's Club aims to give creative professionals and art-loving people of color a members-only refuge in NYC's gentrifying landscape.
Megan Thee Stallion Is Writing a Horror Movie, Says She Appreciates 'The Human Centipede'
The rapper recently told Vogue she's working on a script, and laid down her theory of what makes a great movie villain.
After a Teacher Was Hazed With Spicy Curry, Fans are Rallying to Defend the Dish
A teacher in Kobe, Japan was force-fed spicy curry by his colleagues. In response, Japanese chefs are using a hashtag that means "curry did nothing wrong."
Follow Basquiat Through 80s Downtown NYC in This Newly Reissued Film
'Downtown 81' depicts a day in the young artist's life as he hustles in Manhattan's art scene.
Family From Netflix's 'Living Undocumented' Says They're Being Targeted By ICE
A Colombian family told Newsweek that, since the series aired, their father has been deported and their two sons have left school to go into hiding.
Ava DuVernay Is Being Sued Over the Interrogation Scenes In 'When They See Us'
A firm that teaches controversial interrogation techniques believes the series got their method all wrong.
Trump Promised Not to Play Prince's Music at a Rally and Then Did It Anyway
Crowds were greeted with "Purple Rain" at a rally in Prince's home city of Minneapolis.
Netflix's 'Rhythm + Flow' Shows Hip-Hop Has Been Long Overdue for a Competition Show
The show is fresh, energetic, and has an unstoppable roster of judges in Cardi B, Chance the Rapper, and T.I.
After a 'South Park' Censorship Episode, China Deleted the Entire Show From the Web
The episode criticized American entertainment leaders for catering to China's censorship rules.
Banksy Has to Start Selling His Merch So Nobody Else Can
The famously anonymous global street artist's situation shows how hard it is for graffiti writers to avoid getting ripped off.
A Brief History of Shaq's Wildest Rap Beefs
His latest diss track exchange with NBA player Damian Lillard is just the tip of the iceberg.
'Freaks and Geeks' Understood That Popular Kids Aren't Cool At All
Twenty years ago, 'Freaks and Geeks' steered clear of the jock-cheerleader cliches to tease out high school's most relatable anxieties.