A Linguist Explains Why Texting and Tweeting Aren’t Ruining the English Language
'Because Internet' explores how the internet is transforming the way we communicate.
SadGirl Make Music to Soundtrack LA and All of Its Contradictions
The swooning, romantic guitar pop on the trio's new album 'Water' is perfect for a city of endless possibility.
Craig Mazin's Years-Long Obsession with Making 'Chernobyl' Terrifyingly Accurate
"We had a general standing philosophy from the beginning, which was: Accuracy is everything to us."
How 'Queer Eye' Helped Jess Guilbeaux Find Her Voice in Conservative America
We talked to the show's first Black lesbian star about regaining her confidence and using her platform to help others like her.
I Interviewed Tan France and Then Queer Eye'd Myself
By following Tan's fashion advice, and imagining what the other members of the Fab Five would do for me, I transformed my life. Sort of.
'Two For Joy' Isn't Your Standard 'Gritty' Drama
We spoke to British filmmaker Tom Beard about his first feature length, which deals with grief, depression, class and, ultimately, hope.
Tracy Clayton Is Very Excited About Returning to Podcasting, This Time for Netflix
We sat with the former host of ‘Another Round’ about her new ‘Strong Black Lead’ podcast.
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."
Nish Kumar Thinks You're Destroying Yourselves
The BBC comedian explains his anger, humour and politics during his long nationwide tour.
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Desiree Akhavan Doesn't Mind Being A Hollywood Outsider
We spoke to the writer, actor and director of 'The Bisexual' and 'The Miseducation of Cameron Post' fame, about… well, loads of things.
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This Bootleg Netflix Drake Documentary Is The Purest Form of Agony
'Drake: Rewriting the Rules' is a new entry in a line of garbage, basic documentaries about Drake without Drake.
Soulja Boy Is the Storyteller of Our Generation
In his first interview with The Breakfast Club, Soulja Boy argued he had the best comeback of 2018 but really just ended up telling wild stories.