Amazon's bid to make money off of independent works based on corporately owned entertainment calls into question how independent those works really ever were.
City officials are experimenting on disadvantaged neighborhoods, often without input from families, students, and teachers.
There should be options beyond tomboy (like Merida) and girly girl (like Cinderella).
The problem with saying that young people today are in "a generation of adjustment" when it comes to women in the workplace.
"The Next Day" video: another example of why pop culture needs to cut it out with the salacious-priests trope.
Tobey Maguire plays Nick Carraway as guileless heterosexual—but in the novel, his sexuality's ambiguous, and he's linked to Gatsby & co. by their shared need for deception.
There are ways to empower the fairy-tale heroine—just look at Ella Enchanted.
His obsession with manly power is both off-putting and fascinating.
The new book What Makes a Baby offers an origin story for all children, no matter what their families look like.
The self-fulfilling hype around certain TV shows makes it seem as though nothing else matters in pop culture. But plenty else does, of course.
Even if their new album is a throwaway, over the past four decades no one has fused rock's ironic swagger with metal's sludgy nihilism the way the Melvins have.
Female authors can teach men more about themselves, and women, and humans in general.
The late country singer never sounded as good, or as corny, as when with his ex-wife.
America has a long history of experimenting with the ancient institution.
For some people, regardless of gender, family is more important than career. And that's fine.
Artifice is a well-written, cleverly plotted action-romance with two likable, appealing leads who both happen to be men.
1971's Child Development Act would have established federally funded community centers, but President Nixon vetoed the bill and the movement lost steam.
The 80-year-old's latest album, Let's Just Face the Music and Dance, showcases Nelson's prodigious familiarity with the inter-mingled ancestries of country, jazz, swing, and pop.
From Wonder Woman to Shulamith Firestone to Joanna Russ, visions of societies run by women or absent of gender altogether have existed for almost a century.
The Band Perry's 'Pioneer' fuses the worst of country and rock for a new kind of bland.