The Power Struggle Behind Britney Spears' Conservatorship Saga
There are several parties jockeying for control of Spears' world, and it's hard to tell which one of them she's aligned with.
Big Red Machine Is the Next Logical Step in Justin Vernon's Evolution
The Bon Iver frontman’s collab with Aaron Dessner from the National is the first big release from their new publishing and festival arm PEOPLE.
People Told Us Their Most Annoying Interactions with a Stranger
Hell truly is other people.
People Told Us What They Wish They'd Known When They Graduated Uni
"Your connections are your greatest gifts."
Six People Told Us Their Favourite Things About Being Transgender
"I think that a positive indirect result of being trans or nonbinary means that you do not care what society thinks about you, and it’s such a freeing feeling."
Wild, Multilayered Portraits Look Like Intricate Paper Sculptures
These digital illustrations are actual dimensional renderings with a tactile textured aesthetic.
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We Asked the Oldest People in the Club What’s Their Deal
Is it better to party out than fade away?
"White Music for Black People": How the Veldt Are Helping to Shape a New Racially Inclusive Music Scene
The logical question for most would be: How can we fix this? Simply by listening.
50 Photos that Might Make You Happy
It's time to shed the winter's bad vibes in the same way we're beginning to shed itchy, acrylic clothing.
Brutal, Cruel and Awkward Stories of People Breaking Up with Their Best Friends
The reasons range from paedophilia and white privilege to Evangelicalism and pathological lying. Here we go.
How to Live, Socialise, and Date in the Maritimes, Canada's Roughest Region
Millennial ennui loses its sting after you've hung in a trailer with a 78-year-old war vet who needs your help bottling homebrew at 11:30 PM.
I Spent 18 Hours in Canada's Strangest Mall
I found alcoholism, gambling, God, and deep conversations about Donald Trump at Vancouver's Kingsgate shopping centre.