• Lana Del Rey, Fragile Feminism, and White Fragility in a Moment of Black Lives Matter

    Christine Capetola dissects Lana Del Rey's "fragile feminism" and the history behind her social media tirade.

    Jill Soloway Wants It All

    Anna Dorn interviews Jill Soloway and reviews her new book "She Wants It."

    Poking at Power: Can Comedy be a Political Weapon?

    With a president who is a persistent bad joke, how can we use comedy as a vehicle for social change?

    Name One Genius That Ain’t Crazy: Kanye West Has Nothing to Say

    Max Suechting reviews Kanye West's "ye" and West's collaboration with Kid Cudi, "Kids See Ghosts."

    Sabrina Rodriguez is Expanding the Canon One Instagram at a Time, with LatinxReads

    19-year-old Sabrina Rodriguez has created an extensive online database of Latinx literature through her Instagram account, LatinxReads.

    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.

    The New Appeal of Blake Shelton

    Erin Coulehan considers the cultural implications of People Magazine declaring Blake Shelton 2017's "Sexiest Man Alive."