Because horror and musicals are, like, just better?
After empowering Southern students of color with her "Lemonade" course, Texas professor Omise’eke Tinsley retraces her own roots in a new book.
Fans at Swift's Rose Bowl show in California were secretly surveilled using state-of-the-art software installed in a kiosk behind video screens of Swift rehearsing.
In the 60s, activist and entertainer Felicia Elizondo was a regular at San Francisco's Compton's Cafeteria, the site of a historic 1966 riot for trans rights, and the only place she felt free as a transgender woman.
The "Stranger Things" actress opens up about social media, her new film, "Mountain Rest," and the thrill of working with women.
We met a trans dragon, attended a lavish witch wedding, and so much more—revisit the videos from 2018 that we still can't stop watching.
In an HBO miniseries adaptation of Elena Ferrante's "My Brilliant Friend," the joys come from witnessing small slices of hope as a friendship buds in a bleak 50s setting.
In an interview on the New York Times, Megan Fox opened up about why she hasn't shared her own #MeToo stories with the world.
Both sonically and lyrically, these works moved the culture forward when everything seemed to be moving backward. Here are our favorite albums of 2018.
"Black Panther" star Danai Gurira recently accepted her title as a UN Global Ambassador and spoke about her passion for HIV prevention and education.
Revisiting the stories that got us through the chaos of 2018.
“She had a way of giving you a blueprint on how to dig yourself out of it and how to turn that rage into something that is purposeful and impactful," says her sister Sharon Cooper in an interview with Broadly.