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Even half a century after her suicide, both her work and her life remain thrilling and horrifying.
In a new memoir, the lead singer of Ratt remembers what may be the most forgettable cultural phenomenon of the modern era.
How a TV franchise mutated into a demented hybrid of gossip generator and infomercial
And now it's gone.
On the 20th anniversary of the beloved Bill Murray comedy, it’s time to recognize it as a profound work of contemporary metaphysics.
The ludicrous charms of Downton Abbey, TV’s reigning aristo-soap
The Comedy Central star brings the Colosseum to your couch.
What the Fifty Shades of Grey phenomenon says about the modern sexual condition
With his latest reality show, Chef Gordon Ramsay extends his patented froth from the kitchen to the hotel business at large.
How a new 14-DVD box set turned me on to the Dead
Don’t cry for the former Fox star—he’s building a 24/7 media empire in his loopy image.
How the comedian Louis C.K. became America’s unlikely conscience
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How Goosebumps outlasted Harry Potter by terrifying fourth-graders and mocking their parents