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In defense of bad movie accents 2023-10-10
It's Fat Bear Week - but our fascination with bears is timeless 2023-10-06
Jordan Peele presents a 'new' Black horror 2023-10-03
Hasan Minhaj and the limits of representation 2023-09-29
How Bethann Hardison changed the face of fashion - and why that matters 2023-09-26
The WNBA's coming out story; plus, the dangers of sports betting 2023-09-22
The year concert etiquette went to trash and why 2023-09-19
Is capitalism in its flop era? 2023-09-15
Rock and roll's pioneer is a queer, Southern Black man 2023-09-12
The Photo of the Year; plus, whose RICO is it anyway? 2023-09-08
20 years of pumpkin spice power 2023-09-05
Luther Vandross and Samara Joy sing across generations 2023-09-02
'All The Things She Said': queer anthem or problematic queerbait? 2023-08-29
Skincare is dewy diet culture; plus, how to have the "Fat Talk" 2023-08-25
Why we don't trust the 'vanilla girl' 2023-08-22
'Abbott Elementary' and 'Succession' take on love and grief 2023-08-19
Why aren't there more union stories onscreen? 2023-08-15
Getting lit for hip-hop's 50th birthday 2023-08-11

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