The legacy of ‘The Cosby Show’ cannot be erased, but is it possible to separate beloved patriarch Heathcliff Huxtable from Bill Cosby’s alleged crimes?
Kim Kardashian And The Art Of Being Famous
“I never claimed to be anything that I’m not. I think reality is still a new form of entertainment that was kind of an unexpected thing.”
From JoJo to Ke$ha, Artists Fight Back Against Their Record Labels
“Kesha now faces an abysmal decision: work with her alleged abuser or idly and passively wait as her career tick-tocks away.”
‘How To Get Away With Murder’ Is Paving The Way For Diversity In Prime Time
Show runner Shonda Rhimes is bringing women of color and LGBTQ characters to prime time television in ‘How To Get Away With Murder.’
Why Jennifer Lawrence’s Gender Gap Essay Matters
Jennifer Lawrence spoke out last week on sexist pay disparities between actors and actresses in Hollywood.
‘Scream Queens’ Lacks Storytelling, But The Killings Are Delightfully Horrific
The co-creators of ‘American Horror Story’ stick with what they know best in Fox’s lackluster horror-comedy, ‘Scream Queens’.
Boston Calling: Alabama Shakes Is All Rhythm And Blues
Alabama Shakes capped off the last night of Boston Calling Festival on Sunday with its unique sound of bluesy rock and roll.
Boston Calling: Alt-J, Walk The Moon Turn City Hall Into Dance Party
The second day of Boston Calling featured indie sensation Father John Misty, Scottish synth band CHVRCHES, and closed with British rock band alt-j.
Why Amy Schumer Is Not Your Feminist Icon
Schumer’s brand of feminism, often touted as “white feminism,” largely ignores the struggles faced by women of color and other marginalized groups.
Boston Calling Preview: Dirty Bangs Talks Touring And Life On The Road
We sat down with Dirty Bangs’ guitarist Steven Lord to discuss past festivals, band influences, and how the universe worked its magic to land them a tour.