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Comedy, Performance, Psychology
Improv helped Rachel* kick public speaking and social anxiety in the teeth, and she’s not alone.
Deeya Burman — July 29, 2015
Rick and Morty, Television
The funniest, nerdiest, sharpest cartoon on television is back for round two in the fight for the multiverse.
The Editors — July 24, 2015
James Tate, Poetry, RIP
May he rest in peace.
John Maher — July 23, 2015
Northern Exposure, Television
For the final installment of our 25th anniversary look at this seminal television show, we take a look at all your favorite folks from Cicely and where they are today.
L.W. Richardson — July 21, 2015
Books, Literature, Non-Fiction, Ta-Nehisi Coates
How one of America’s greatest writers uses his words visually to break down body in Between the World and Me.
John Maher — July 17, 2015
For the legendary show’s 25th anniversary this week, we’re reminiscing about its greatest hits and what they meant.
L.W. Richardson — July 15, 2015
You can’t legally stream it, and most people barely remember it existed, but this antithesis to David Lynch deserves a re-watch now more than ever. Especially since your favorite fun shows call back to it all the time.
L.W. Richardson — July 10, 2015
Humor, Poetry, Rankings, Style Guides
Our favorite poet takes your (least) favorite style books to task.
Algernon Charles Swinburne — July 9, 2015
Grateful Dead, Music, The Mountain Goats
Featuring John Darnielle of the Mountain Goats, Jerry Garcia spiking a mayor’s drink with acid, and the wild, weird ride the Dead took me and my cousin on for years. Farewell to them.
John Maher — July 6, 2015
America, Fourth of July, Guides
Today is Independence Day. To that end, we have included here a guide to celebrate this nation at its best in various art forms. Have a blast.
The Editors — July 3, 2015
Feminism, Music, Taylor Swift
Emily Webb — June 1, 2015
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