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?
Jeff, the J.S. reader who wrote in before with great thoughts about The Candidate, followed up with a fascinating…
Sady Doyle’s new book, Trainwreck, explores the many ways the U.S. (and its media, and its paparazzi, and its Donald Trump) continue to demean the ladyfolk.
He didn’t “disappear” from his debate-moderation duties—he simply recognized what a two-person conversation is all about.
J.S.—a reader who first voted in 1976 and has seen The Candidate, for the record, “four…
The show is a reminder that face-offs between candidates are a lot like big sporting events, with clear winners and losers.
The long-running show’s CBS reboot is long on tribute but low on ingenuity.
The animated film from the writer of Forgetting Sarah Marshall is about parenthood … and corporate culture … and work-life balance.
On Tuesday, the First Lady flexed her acting muscles with Stephen Colbert.
Of course they do.
Do you like to cry? Then NBC has the show for you.
At Sunday's ceremony, Sarah Paulson apologized to the woman she played on TV—on behalf of herself and “the rest of the world.”
Twitter’s deal with the NFL is boring—and quietly revolutionary.
Why Instagram wins by letting users legislate for themselves which terms are abusive
The competition’s one nod to the intellectual life of its contestants ends up proving just how regressive the whole show really is.
The director’s latest film eschews his typically epic cinematic themes to revel in an everyday miracle: being good at one’s job.
I love Dave—not just because it’s a thoroughly charming comedy, and not just because it’s a perfect relic of…
The show, lacking an obvious villain, has turned to making fun of its (women’s) tears.
On The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, the vice presidential candidate hinted at a culture that’s rethinking family—and masculinity.