Revisiting the Monica Lewinsky-hosted dating show that was too weird to work
A history of 2003’s ‘Mr. Personality.’
Men are NFL cheerleaders now
When I say “gender” you say “equality, kinda.”
The ‘Nanette’ problem
Comedy is at its best when it helps audiences understand their relationship to trauma, not when it makes them feel comfortably woke.
Smokey is the new smoky
A look into an increasingly newsworthy word that is commonly misspelled.
What does the end of the world sound like? Listen to this.
Musicians are trying to capture the soundscapes of the environment as it dies.
Early cyanotype prints feel like visions of an unrealized future
I’m blue, da-ba-di-da-ba-di. (Sorry.)
The government is basically giving away this historic lighthouse
It would honestly be cheaper to buy this thing than a tiny house.
What we loved this week
Here’s the entertainment that got us through the week of August 13, 2018.
Ariana Grande has mastered the sultry whisper
Her new album ‘Sweetener’ showcases her confidence.
Tomorrow 128: James T. Green knows the song of the Summer
Is it Zedd, Post Malone, or... ABBA?
This is what it sounds like when doves sing
23 of Prince’s albums are now available to stream, including one that features his avian friends.
Craigslist Confessional: I was dating a pathological liar
A whirlwind romance crumbles overnight.
The night Aretha Franklin made President Obama cry
A step-by-step look at the 2015 Kennedy Center Honors performance that moved a nation.
Help! I can’t stream ‘Spirited Away’!
The search to watch a rare Matt Dillon comedy began a crowdsourced quest to find which movies are unavailable online.
All hail the monumental-horror image
How striking scenes from ‘The Shining,’ ‘The Wicker Man,’ ‘The Exorcist,’ and other iconic horror movies make an indelible mark on us.
Dear Fuck-Up: How do I tell someone I love them?
And what if they don’t say it back?
Stop remaking good movies and start remaking bad ones
The ‘What Women Want’ remake is imminent. Maybe that’s not such a bad thing.
Who watches the men? #11: Nothing ever ends
The final installment of a Trump-era comic inspired by ‘Watchmen.’
Your favorite indie rock musicians want to change the way we think about streaming
Produced by Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and The National’s Bryce and Aaron Dessner, PEOPLE is a new streaming platform that prioritizes collaboration and de-emphasizes the algorithm.
Mitski wants you to be your own cowboy
A conversation with the artist about her new album ‘Be the Cowboy.’