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Kevin Smith visits the set of 'Episode VII' and cries at what he sees, but should long-disappointed 'Star Wars' fans be excited?
The Ultimate Online Bruce Springsteen Experience shows why icons have a good reason to be cautious about who celebrates their legacy.
An examination of growing up in the '90s and what Laverne Cox really meant at this year’s GLAAD Media Awards.
A Millennial's defense of the Pierce Brosnan James Bond movies.
As the internet stops celebrating the 10th anniversary of "Madvillainy", we take a closer look at the indie hip-hop titan’s industry-sanctioned take on a legendary jazz label.
Why the voices of straight athletes are so important in the fight for an open community in sports.
Founder Deepa Sood talks about Cuff, her line of chic and secure 'smart jewelry.'
Recapping the hit Netflix show’s departure from crime drama realism to Shakespearean intrigue.
Online academic literature, esoteric entertainment, and creative materials.
After years of catastrophic sexual assault rates on college campuses, the issue is receiving more attention than ever.
Who needs the (subscribed) reader? An internet punditry manifesto through the lens of music review revisionism.
Why separating the art from the artist is basically impossible.
Thoughts on the Adderall generation and the “medicalization of deviant behavior.”
Best-selling writer and thinker Malcolm Gladwell on what we fail to realize about underdogs and overlords.
The Olympic track & field hopeful and co-founder of Picky Bars shares insight on sports marketing, indie-style.
Did it take the real ‘Queen Bee’ of pop prove the album-as-cultural-moment can still happen?