Green Day's nomination means that the eligibility period has reached a new era, and it's another generation's turn to feel old.
There's a political bent to photographer Yoav Litvin's new book that chronicles New York's most ephemeral art.
Celebrity-studded ads are easy to mock, but there's evidence they can increase turnout—to a point.
A master of fiction about memory and loss, fewer than half his works have been translated into English.
Old-fashioned networks, not buzzy cable channels, are producing more boundary-breaking heroines like Viola Davis's character on ABC's How to Get Away With Murder. Why?
The late film critic was a fan of the online encyclopedia, allegedly adding notes where he saw fit.
The man who taught America tennis during the boom era of the sport
A clip from The Supreme Price, a new documentary about human rights activist Hafsat Abiola
The first paintings ever made by human hands, new research suggests, were outlines of human hands. And they were created not in Spain or France, but in Indonesia.
Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Jane Smiley looks to Our Mutual Friend for inspiration on how to harness the spontaneous, liberating energy that comes from writing imagery.
The country's redesigned currency will feature images by architecture firm Snøhetta and graphic design company The Metric System.
Cancellation Bear courts controversy on Twitter by promoting the idea of pop culture as driven by numbers, not art.
An online reinterpretation of a venerated pastime, XYQ4 warps the board, randomizes moves, and forces experts to become learners again.
Works like Nosferatu may have lost some of their fright factor over the years, but they still fascinatingly show the birth of a genre.
Featuring several diamonds, two breasts, and one extremely awkward cockatoo, her Vanity Fair cover underscores what made the hacking so outrageous: lack of consent.
The author of a book about Nickelodeon thinks women and minorities are ruining the children's network.
Just like all the show's other fans, the network's executives want answers.
Jazz guitarist Bill Frisell's new record Guitar in the Space Age isn't revolutionary, and that's fine. But listeners should hope for more.
The most important part of the film's message is neither misogynistic nor feminist; it's about what happens when two people are bound together, forever.
Showtime's reboot might be a typical Hollywood money grab, but the return of the series' creators is a good sign that the new episodes could be as freaky as the previous ones.