If you don’t want to spoil the central mystery of Pretty Little Liars, please walk away from this blog post and return after you’ve watched all two hours of the series finale.
What’s better than a frothy ensemble comedy about the vicissitudes of marriage, set in the perpetually-sunny Los Angeles? Nothing, I tell you. Absolutely nothing.
Pretty Little Liars, I. Marlene King’s moody, dark fever dream of a teen murder mystery, will air its final episode tonight. After seven long years, faithful viewers who’ve stuck with it through plot twists, lingering questions and infuriating red herrings will finally be rewarded with the answer they’ve been waiting…
Thelma and Louise is a perfect movie, made so by its casting. Geena Davis is perfect. Susan Sarandon is perfect. Brad Pitt—extremely, supremely perfect. Close your eyes for a second and imagine with me an alternate reality in which Robert Downey Jr. plays J.D.
Like all ideas that sound good at the time but are actually quite scary, my journey to become a mermaid started with a PR email. It was an invite to try Aquamermaid—part actual workout, part childhood nostalgia fantasy for anyone who had practiced a hair flip in the shallow end of the town pool. I’ve never entertained…
On Friday, the Sonoma-Marin Fair held its annual World’s Ugliest Dog contest, crowning Martha, a three-year-old Neopolitan mastiff, the ugliest dog in the entire world. This prize usually goes to dogs of the smaller, more hairless variety—last year’s winner was a Chinese Crested dog named SweePee Rambo who wore a…
An absolutely perfect New York Times Style section piece walks the line between wide-eyed earnestness and subtle passive aggression. These instances are few and far between; that’s why this froth about rich-ass, post-Gossip Girl youth hosting séances in their apartments in the Dakota is such a refreshing mid-summer…
On this summer afternoon, I urge you to consider the following: rosé is an alcoholic beverage and should remain that way.
Welcome to Barf Bag, a daily politics roundup to help you sort through the chaotic Trumpian news cycle.
Here’s some fun news for your Friday: RuPaul, the hardest working person in show business, is finally getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Theme parties are “fun” if you like riding public transportation dressed like a flapper in April. Theme weddings with strict dress codes requiring costume rentals are less so. Brides, please: Do not make your guests rent costumes for your wedding.
It is exceedingly clear that the only good Netflix reboot/revival/reconfiguration of a television series or franchise is Wet Hot American Summer. This trailer for Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later is all the proof you need.
The latest addition to Chip and Joanna Gaines’s shiplap-and-big-clock theme park in Waco, Texas is a restaurant. Did you ever think we’d be so lucky?
Please stop what you’re doing and watch these fourteen children set a new very specific Guinness World Record for the most skips over a single rope in one minute by a team.
Though Ryan Murphy’s latest installment of his American Crime Story franchise won’t premiere for another six months or so, please look at whatever is happening here in this photo. Take it in. Soak it up. It’s a lot.
Here’s a look at the trailer for Hello, Again, a sexy movie musical featuring a lot of people you know and some people you might recognize singing dramatically while also having sex.
At the premiere of Straight/Curve, a documentary about body image and the people working in the fashion industry to change the beauty standard, designer Prabal Gurung shared some fairly distressing but not entirely unexpected news about the way the fashion industry still feels about plus size clothing.
Great America Alliance, a pro-Trump PAC, has taken a snippet from Barack Obama’s audiobook Dreams of My Father out of context, in an effort to convince black voters to vote for Republican nominee Karen Handel in Georgia’s special election.