A new company is bringing the engineering savvy of rocket science to the design of the high-heeled shoe. Can stilettos that are actually comfortable to wear change centuries’ worth of symbolism?
The holiday romp manages to be funny without also being terribly fun.
The vice president’s first television appearance since the election suggested that the country has some growing up to do.
It was, for a long time, studiously ignored. Now, though, the bathroom—yes, the humble bathroom—is taking center stage.
Daniel Boorstin’s 1962 classic on celebrity, fame, and America’s tenuous relationship to facts remains as poignant as it is prophetic.
Bad news for Paul: Gilmore Girls, for all its charms, has never been terribly fond of outsiders.
She sleeps with a source. She falls asleep while talking to another one. It’s no wonder she hasn’t won her Pulitzer yet.
Stars Hollow’s wackiest resident is also its most ageless.
Want to fight with your family this holiday … but want also to avoid any and all talk of the recent election? Here you go.
Thanksgiving may celebrate turkeys and stuffing and pie; its true joy, though, can come in properly talking down to one’s family.
This week, the show turned its mockery toward smug elites.
“I wouldn’t have thought that I would write on political subjects,” she says. “But I have, quite a lot.”
From the troubadour to Donald Trump, pop culture has a nasty habit of celebrating bad behavior.
How American movies and TV shows help to explain the rise of Donald Trump—and the rebuke of Hillary Clinton
The comedian has long chafed against the bipartisan mandates of network TV. Now he’s taking sides.
In the aftermath of the election, some Americans have taken solace in imagining the outgoing administration pranking the new one.
“We need to stay here and fight,” he told his audience on Sunday evening.
Trevor Noah may find his breakout moment during a presidency that promises to dismantle many of the established systems of American democracy.
The aftermath of the 2016 election has found many Americans seeking solace—and wisdom—in verse. The editor of Poetry magazine has some ideas why.
They wanted to see tears. She didn’t provide them, but that didn’t make much difference.
“BREAKING NEWS: SOON.”