Healthy Brain Intake: Modify Your News Habits to Ease Your Mind

John Franklin warns against the negative effects on the brain of consuming too much news.

District 798: Whose Story Is It? — A Show of New Work Inspired by China’s Xiong Collective

Dinah Lenney reflects on "District 798: Whose Story Is It" currently showing at Think Tank Gallery in Los Angeles.

Before Pop-Up Events Like 29Rooms Were Made for Instagram, There Were Manet Paintings

S. Mitra Kalita visits Refinery29's 29Rooms exhibit, which comes to Los Angeles this weekend.

Don’t Be Afraid, We Are Only Approaching the Outside World! — Curating Ode to the Sea: Art from Guantanamo

Charles Shields reflects on his experience curating "Ode to the Sea: Art from Guantanamo" at President's Gallery at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

Viewer Beware: We Need More LGBTQ TV Role Models for Kids

Erik McIntosh on the need for more LGBTQ characters on children's television.

If They Were Émigrés: Drawing Inspiration from Old Political Cartoons

Three writers draw inspiration from the political cartoons of Russian émigrés after the October Revolution.

Yoo Jae-ha’s K-Pop Masterpiece Because I Love You, 30 Years After His Untimely Death

Colin Marshall reflects on the K-Pop song "Because I Love You" by Yoo Jae-ha, who died 30 years ago at the age of 25.