A Y chromosome is apparently a hot commodity on the art market.
We pay them $13.50 a ticket to do their worst on us, and usually it is their worst.
And though everyone checks in to the Grammys each year to pretend they care about the Album of the Year winner, the album format has clearly taken a backseat to singles.
If you turned on the radio at any point during the summer of 2017, you were guaranteed at least one play of Kendrick Lamar’s glossiest pop single to date.
Eating L.A. Before It Eats Itself: Los Angeles lacks a signature dish despite its vibrant food scene
Some cities, over the course of several decades, have cemented a singular food into their identities.
Grégoire Bouillier’s “The Mystery Guest” begins like any noir novel — with the ringing of the telephone jolting its owner awake.
Realistically, almost anything can become a meme if it accurately captures the cultural moment, which is why they spread like wildfire and have such large-scale impact in the internet age.
Maternal cooking has, for millenia, been associated with comfort and nourishment.
I have never, ever related to a fictional character more than I related to Candace Chen, the protagonist of “Severance.”
Now, trends have turned flashier, fancier and — you guessed it — pricier.