Aaron Sorkin’s Broadway adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird just got slapped with a lawsuit by the estate of the late Harper Lee.
Few people have had quite as much influence on the way Americans learn the history of this country than Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of The Little House on the Prairie.
Lifetime has announced the premiere date for its magnificently shameless Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance, as well as releasing this picture of the full cast. Is that supposed to be Prince William on the left? Oh dear, he’s going to be posing for pictures on motorcycles all over the United Kingdom for months once he…
To mark International Women’s Day, the New York Times wants to correct its mistakes. Specifically, the paper is embarking on an initiative to write obituaries for women who were originally “overlooked” by its writers.
Here’s a glimpse at RBG, the upcoming documentary about the beloved Supreme Court Justice, ranging from her legal battles to her modern-day status as a meme.
George R.R. Martin is taking a temporary step back from his LiveJournal, because he’s got too much to do. Wait, is that George R.R. Martin? Or is it me?
A Belgian man has been convicted under a new law prohibiting “sexism in the public space,” after he allegedly told a police officer trying to arrest him for jaywalking, “Shut your mouth, I don’t talk to women, being a police officer is not a job for women.”
In keeping with the general tenor of the times, “dumpster fire” now has its own entry in the dictionary.
Here’s something to look forward to: Neko Case will release her first solo album in five years on June 1, and you can listen to the opening track now.
Some very disquieting news about the honesty of everybody’s grandma: A lot of “old family recipes” are actually, in all likelihood, ripped off from magazines or—even worse!—food packaging. That’s right. Grandmas spent the 20th century running around, shamelessly plagiarizing the back of the flour package.
After husband-and-wife team Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez picked up their best original song Oscars for Coco’s “Remember Me,” he is now a freaking double EGOT. Congrats also to whomever will build the beautiful custom cabinets to hold this family’s absurd collection of awards!
Jordan Peele, James Ivory, and Allison Janney all took home Oscars from their night at the 90th Annual Academy Awards—unfortunately, though, not the Jet Ski. Here is your complete list of winners.
Jessica Jones returns March 8 and star Krysten Ritter is making the publicity rounds. For her visit to The Late Show, she attempted to teach Stephen Colbert to knit mid-interview.
The incredibly famous 30,000-year-old Venus of Willendorf is one of the oldest pieces of art in existence and a cultural treasure almost beyond imagining. And you know what else? She is too hot for Facebook.
The Vatican newspaper L’Osservatore Romano apparently has a women’s magazine, and apparently, they are not fucking around.
Dismaying news out of New York City today suggests we may—don’t get too alarmed or you’ll loose your front row bike!—have reached the limits of our spin class carrying capacity. Now, I thought I told you no screaming!
The long saga of Harper Lee’s estate continues: The New York Times managed to get her will unsealed, but apparently it didn’t reveal too much.
To celebrate the enormous success of Black Panther, Disney is going to donate $1 million of its ticket-sale jackpot to Boys & Girls Clubs of America—specifically, to support STEM programs.
Prince Harry apparently plans to invite a couple of his ex girlfriends to his wedding to Meghan Markle.
Be careful staring at this image too long, or you might find yourself mesmerized into purchasing some snappy designer shoes that would perhaps work on an globe-trotting Italian count played by Rossano Brazzi but nobody else.