From over-14s learning about James Charles to Danny Dyer on a horse, here's a ranking of the recent stories the media couldn't get enough of.
Between the 21st of November and the 21st of December, everybody around you is going to do whatever the fuck they want.
Sure, it's a very specific and nostalgic letter, but the festival also looked to the future as much as it offered up the chance to return to the past.
Meet Desiree Beck, who, until recently, was the sole harm reduction worker for a 50,000-square-kilometre area of northern Ontario.
Wow wild how Jonny Greenwood put out the album of the year in January and it's a no-vocals orchestral soundtrack.
Or, a shallow dive into whether I was an asshole for yelling "FUCK IT UP THOUGH" at a Moses Sumney gig.
Recent Kelela and Kamille videos show how to celebrate being black in ways that feel totally genuine.
"If I had a rough day, I'd have a drink. If I had a social function, or worse, an awards ceremony to attend? I'd definitely have a drink."
Whether ‘6 Feet Beneath The Moon’ or in ‘A New Place 2 Drown’, King Krule is a satellite, illuminating the endless depth of darkness.
When the media is silent, black women take to Twitter to tell their necessary stories.
Violent, racist clips are the new normal on my social media feed and have changed the way I look at the world.