‘Disco Demolition Night’ Was a Disgrace, and Celebrating It Is Worse
The Chicago White Sox are commemorating an infamous 1979 near-riot in which a primarily white crowd destroyed records made by Black and gay artists. It's shameful.
What Ramadan Is Like When You Have an Eating Disorder
It’s easier to starve myself without arousing suspicion when everyone around me is fasting.
The Many Men Who Shaped My Life
Growing up, addicts and abusers were fixtures in my home. But then there was my father.
What We Can't Talk About When We Talk About Our Grandparents
Most of us don't think much about what happens at the end of life for our loved ones, but it might be better for everyone if we did.
What It’s Like Writing Fake Essays for Wealthy International Students
College admissions fraud is a global industry. Just ask these “tutors.”
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Twenty Years Later, '10 Things I Hate About You' Is More Relevant Than You'd Expect
Despite its flaws, the film marked a turning point for feminism and female representation in teen rom-coms.
My Friend Was a Rising Comic. Then He Was Charged with Child Pornography
On betrayal, rage, and searching for answers.
Drake Couldn't Save the Grammys
Even when the Grammys are good, they aren't very interesting.
We Are So Lucky That Vampire Weekend Are Back
The New York band is and always has been very good. Period.
Dr. Luke Still Casts A Shadow Over Kim Petras’ Success
The Charli XCX collaborator was nominated for a GLAAD award. But should organisations like GLAAD be honouring artists who work with alleged abusers?
I'm a 26-Year-Old Black Woman and I Love Dave Matthews Band
I'm not what people think of when they envision a typical fan of the band that could be considered the epitome of "white people music," and this is my story.
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?