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While the art form has always been a space for community-building and resistance, its significance within Asian American youth culture can be tricky to parse.

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The Michael Jackson 'Simpsons' Episode Is Not Included on Disney+

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The Mystery Girl: The UK's Area 51

The world is riddled with strange and unsolved mysteries. Is Wiltshire the UK's Area 51? VICE's Amelia Dimoldenberg is on a mission to investigate the UK's greatest unsolved mysteries and crack them once and for all.

The Trackmasters

In deze korte documentaire volgen we The Track Masters, twee legendarische producers uit New York, terwijl ze werken aan nieuwe muziek in Amsterdam.

How to Treat Casino Dealers, According to Casino Dealers

Casino dealers share the do's and don'ts of gambling, proper tipping protocols, and how to behave in a casino (pro-tip: there's cameras watching you everywhere).

What's the Point of 'Charlie's Angels' Without Sam Rockwell Dancing?

With a new 'Charlie's Angels' reboot in theaters now, it's time to revisit the iconic scene from the 2000 adaptation.

Six Questions About the Atrocious Poster for Michael Bay's '6 Underground'

"They say no one can save the world. MEET NO ONE."

Keanu Reeves Is SpongeBob's God Now

He appears as some kind of spiritual vision in the new 'SpongeBob 3' trailer.

The Michael Jackson 'Simpsons' Episode Is Not Included on Disney+

The singer voiced a role in season three's "Stark Raving Dad," but the streaming service skips the episode entirely.

The Long, Strange Beef Over Who Actually Invented 'The Apprentice'

"My friends," Mark Bethea said recently, "joke with me that I am the reason Donald Trump is president."

Charli XCX's New Netflix Show Sees Her Prime a Band for World Domination

'I'm With the Band: Nasty Cherry' fuses music documentary with reality TV.

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The Case for Internet Access as a Human Right

A new study says internet access shouldn’t be an exploitable luxury good, but a basic, protected human right provided for free to those who can’t afford it.

Disney+ Launched Today and It's Already Down

Sorry to everyone trying to watch 'The Mandalorian.'

Don't Freak Out About YouTube's Updated Terms of Service. They Were Always Bad.

Experts say the changes won’t impact most users, but they do highlight how your rights are steadily being eroded by fine print.

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Glenn Close Really Wants You To Win Her... Plaster Goose?

The first person to name the movie and scene in which the goose appeared will win Close's contest.

Pete Davidson Is Dangerously Close to Becoming Wilmer Valderrama

A man in Hollywood can only take being a playboy so far before it defines him.

What Happened to Leelee Sobieski?

The star of 'Deep Impact,' 'Never Been Kissed,' and 'Eyes Wide Shut' is making a new name for herself outside the "gross industry" of Hollywood.

Doing Garfield Graffiti Makes Me Feel Better About Not Going to Art School

My Garfield drawings don't reflect my rigorous artistic training, but they make me feel closer to it as I pursue a more "practical" life.

Museums Are Trying to Fireproof Themselves in the Age of Climate Change

Institutions are hiring goats to eat brush, beefing up fire suppression systems, and in some cases are prepared to evacuate their art.

The Legacy of 'The Man Nobody Killed,' 25 Years Later

Contemporaries of Jean-Michel Basquiat and Michael Stewart—the subject of Basquiat's painting "Defacement"—reflect on surviving 1980s New York.

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HBO's 'His Dark Materials' Is the Adaptation Fans Deserve

Unlike 'The Golden Compass' film in 2007, the new series thoroughly explores the world of Philip Pullman's popular trilogy.

How I Became a Top NXIVM Recruiter

Brushes with celebrity and wealth became a selling point. An excerpt from whistleblower Sarah Edmondson’s memoir ‘Scarred.’

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14 Places To Go in Miami That Aren't Ultra

If you’ve inadvertently found yourself in Miami, you might be wondering where to go to get a bit of a break from the hordes of shirtless partiers.

I’ve Gotten Super into Queer Afterhours Parties in My 50s

In Los Angeles, the afterhours scene is creating some of the most radical queer spaces I’ve ever seen.

Downtown San Antonio in the 1980s Was Heavy Metal's Eden

Metalheads made the bars in Tobin Hill a stomping ground for a burgeoning music scene.

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