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25 Songs That Are Turning 10 Years Old in 2019

Ah, 2009. When Lady Gaga was still wearing dresses made of meat and releasing super provocative music videos to push the envelope, when soccer moms were jamming along to Kesha brushing her teeth with a bottle of jack, when everyone was upset Adam Lambert lost American... read more

The 10 Best Books of 2018

From twists and turns in The Woman in the Window, to socially relevant novels of fiction, to powerful new memoirs by Sally Field and Tina Turner, these are our picks for the 10 best books of the year. The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn (Photo: William Morrow) Anna... read more

The 10 Best Movies of 2018

From the message of believing in the power within yourself in A Wrinkle in Time, to the horrifying truth behind conversion therapy in Boy Erased, to the overt campiness in A Simple Favor—these are our picks for the 10 best movies of the year. A Wrinkle in Time (Photo:... read more

The 50 Best Songs of 2018

From Camila Cabello’s whispery register on “Never Be the Same” to Carly Rae Jepsen reminding us all how to dance with ourselves on “Party For One,” these are our picks for the 50 best songs of 2018. This year was a mixed bag for most pop songs, with a long list of... read more

The 10 Best Albums of 2018

2018 has been an eventful year for pop music, with several highly anticipated sophomore albums (like Troye Sivan, Alessia Cara, and Jess Glynne) and ambitious debuts (like Camila Cabello, MNEK, and Bebe Rexha). The world of music grows bigger and bigger by the minute... read more

Album Review: Little Mix – ‘LM5’

On their fifth studio effort, Little Mix—the British girl group that initially rose to fame on The X Factor in the UK in 2011—assumed a bigger role in the production, introduced even more empowering themes to their music, and are arguably more lyrically sophisticated... read more

Book Review: ‘In Pieces’ by Sally Field

“I was the one who had kept me safe. All of me, including the parts I found unlovable: They had protected me, had steered me outside of my fears, pushing me towards things I didn’t feel capable of doing.” In Pieces is the powerful new memoir by the... read more

Judy Garland and the Film That Got Away

There have now been four versions of A Star is Born, but none have captured the power of such an immense talent like the 1954 film, starring one Miss Judy Garland. Tragedy is a running theme throughout all versions of the film—but Judy’s version was tragic in more... read more

Album Review: Ariana Grande – ‘Sweetener’

Regardless of any backlash that may ensue, pushing boundaries is arguably one of the best things an artist can do, especially in our current era of music—where music streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music have given rise to independent artists releasing... read more

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