We click, we like, we favorite — we buy into their whole thing. Because we’re a culture that loves a good sob story.
“I relished the way riot grrrls screamed unpleasant truths into microphones and refused to be silent.”
Ethan Hawke’s HBO Max series is a mammoth undertaking, exploring Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward’s legendary careers and marriage.
“I like to remember my time watching ‘Hairspray’ every night for months as endurance training for facing the world, or replenishment of my self-esteem.”
The film, made by a British Punjabi woman about a family like her own, holds up several mirrors for viewers.
“Poetry is a way of to remember our relationship with the natural world is reciprocal. It’s having a place to breathe and having a place to pay attention.”
“When Morissette uttered the lyrics, ‘All I really want is some peace, man,’ I vividly remember crying because I desperately yearned for it at that age.”
The women behind viral American Girl-themed meme pages say the dolls have become a rallying cry for the series of unfortunate historical events we’ve been living through.
Thirteen years after “Shark in the Water,” the British songstress talks about the song’s success, her connection to “Degrassi” and what’s next for her career.
The Baby Bash and Frankie J hit song gave this writer a sense of personal agency.