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What is queerbaiting and why is it so strongly linked to pop culture, whether in movies, television, and music?
Yes, there’s a measles outbreak in 2019. Here’s how it happened, what you need to know, and how you can prevent an infection.
In part one of our sleep series, we share Alzheimer’s prevention tips and demystify the sleep cycle to help you reach a new level of wellbeing.
From my wildly inexperienced boss to insanely lofty goals, here’s my experience working for a startup that may make you reconsider that job offer.
Earth Day: Lil Dicky tries to save the world with climate change song “Earth”
Even a chorus with four repetitious lines of “we love the Earth” can’t convince anyone that we actually do, considering we’re still treating it like shit
In our second and final look at digital minimalism, we talk about how grayscaling your screen and turning off notifications can go a long way to taking back control from your digital devices.
Tech gurus Tristan Harris and Cal Newport give some expert advice on digital minimalism and how to take back control of your lives.
The underground rapper and musician opens up about balancing success with authenticity, not defining himself, and practicing doing nothing in the modern age.
The problem with detox tea is that it’s a poison disguising itself as a potion.
Music made him famous. His investment in his community made him a hero. We explore the legacy of L.A. rapper, advocate, and philanthropist Nipsey Hussle.
In a shifting media landscape, has the bad boy of film and television worn out his welcome or just evolved over time?
Stop multitasking! Research shows that it does more harm than good. Here’s how and why you should break that habit and start ‘single-tasking’.
Diversity, equality, and representation start with giving everyone opportunities to make art.
Marvel and diversity: Avengers: Endgame illuminates the road behind and road ahead
It has been a long journey towards diversity and equality in the MCU. Here is where we’ve come from, where we are now, and what can still be done.
At the turn of the century, the South started to make hip-hop bigger than music by advising the mainstream in a way no subculture ever had before.