Artist László Zsolt Bordos digitally renders the fragility of memory
His new exhibit is titled, fittingly enough, MEMORIES.
What we loved this week
Here’s the entertainment that got us through the week of June 18, 2018.
Tomorrow 121: TC Sottek is on a Quest
And you can join him.
#MeToo is a great hashtag but a not-so-great verb
A look at what it means when we say someone got “Me Too’d.”
Chipotle’s 5 new menu items are a cry for help
Can a milkshake revive the company’s flagging fortunes?
The grass is always greener on the digital side
Beautifully rendered vegetation was a highlight at this year’s E3, continuing an industry trend.
Oh god, a Real World revival is coming to MTV
It’s time to just let this one die.
Four thoughts on the future of afrofuturism
After having a moment in 2018, where does the movement go from here?
Dear Fuck-Up: How do you live when everything sucks?
It’s bad out there.
BTS and Beyoncé’s stan armies teamed up to game the charts
A joint streaming party in the game of cross-artist promotion.
‘Set It Up’ shows there’s some life left in romantic comedy
By centering millennials and diversity, the Netflix vehicle is surprisingly fresh for the premise.
Eight unsolved murders in Pike County, Ohio
The murder of the Rhoden family was a brutal tragedy that seemed straight out of an Appalachian noir. Two years later, no one knows why it happened.
How should a single, soft-dicked Asiatic male tell his story?
A new essay from chef Eddie Huang uses the Chinese-American perspective to explore something more universal about love.
What makes ABC’s new dating show ‘The Proposal’ so creepy and bizarre?
E V E R Y T H I N G
How do you fix Solid Snake’s bad butt?
Asking for a friend.
Out West Podcast, Season 2 Episode 9: The Teddinator
“I want the truth.” “Fuck you.”
The music industry is built to boost artists like XXXtentacion
There’s nothing preventing someone just as charismatic and problematic from being elevated to stardom in the future.
Two visions of love by entertainment’s biggest couples
On ‘ye’ and ‘Everything Is Love’, Kanye West, Beyoncé, and Jay-Z offer conflicting ideas of romantic and familial love.
Pokémon Go is finally the game it should’ve been
Two years after its launch, a game intended to be a social experience is now... a social experience.
24 hours at my local Dunkin’ Donuts
I decided to spend an entire day there, just to see what it was like.