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Netflix documentary, ‘Dick Johnson Is Dead.’ Plus stories of healing and connecting. Also, music from Foxanne and KIN.
How does the Best Picture Oscar winner from 2000 hold up ten years on? Also, music from Fetching Pails.
The votes are still being counted, but some results are certain and others are likely. Plus music from Sam Burton and Ganga Lee.
Tiffany shares how she let go of a dead end relationship and aspired for bigger dreams.
After struggling to finish high school, Antonina took a break from her education to work on herself. Despite the lack of support she got at that time, she knew it was the right move for her. Now four years later, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Antonina decided she was ready to attend college and is glad she waited until she was in the right mindset to begin.
Music has always been a part of Diana’s life, but she never had the confidence to share her songwriting until she met Crow. He helped her achieve happiness both musically and romantically. When Diana experiences two great losses with less than a decade between them, she finds a way to heal and continue on through music. 1st Person is presented by Urban Outfitters. Music featured in the episode: “All of Me Wants All Of You (Helado Negro Remix)” by Sufjan Stevens
They’re absolutely terrific, the best around. (No, not Alec Baldwin.)
‘Drunk History’ is as educational as it is fun & we’re sad to see it go—here are some of our favorite episodes.
The Arkansas Senator gave himself away by referring to slavery as a “necessary evil.”
Don’t want to bicker on Turkey Day? Here are some easy ways to nip dumb arguments in the bud.
A fresh ranking of the best sides to feast on this holiday. Turkey isn’t everything, y’know.
Most of us already knew Fleetwood Mac before the viral vid, but what about the others?
Twitter has turned into Instagram, and Instagram has turned into … we don’t know.
From dancing to “WAP” to epic covers, Jack Black is a bright light in the dark year that’s been 2020.
Scenes from the 2020 celebration of America’s original Mardi Gras parade in Mobile, Alabama.
We check out the massive, immersive new sculpture at Brooklyn Bridge Park.