Beyoncé is the most powerful pop star in the music business – and her following among young people is almost cult-like, writes university student Henry Knight. “The woman that every woman aspires to be.”
Saturday is Record Store Day, when independent music retailers around the country host parking-lot concerts and sell limited-edition pressings of vinyl records, which have made a small but forceful comeback
"I Was Always on the Periphery, Watching Everyone Else:" Chloe Sevigny Reflects on Photos From Her New Book
I'm 17 and a senior in high school. I was having a very difficult time in school. I was miserable, which you can't really tell from looking at the photo, because my smile seems genuine. I was dissatisfied
Photo by Janell Shirtcliff Best Coast have let go of another one from their forthcoming album California Nights, which arrives May 4 via Harvest. "Feeling Ok" follows the title track and "Heaven Sent";
Photo by Chloe Aftel Today, Boston mayor Marty Walsh issued a proclamation designating tomorrow, April 9 as Riot Grrrl Day in the city, in honor of Bikini Kill/The Julie Ruin/Le Tigre's Kathleen Hanna,
The New York City police department says its Intelligence Division is investigating a giant sculpture of National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden that was installed in a Brooklyn park early
We feel that we are in control when our brains figure out puzzles or read words, says Tom Stafford, but a new experiment shows just how much work is going on underneath the surface of our conscious minds.
Talk about a blast from the past! In 2010, furniture designer Nathan Chandler purchased an American home built in the mid 1950s. It was never occupied and the kitchen appliances were kept in mint condition.
Runway beauty looks might appear complicated, but usually they're really simple—which makes sense, considering backstage at Fashion Week is all about getting the models in and out of the chairs as quickly
Like a fine wine, some movies get better with age. Maybe they're ahead of their time, or maybe audiences need to see them through a historical lens, but some movies aren't embraced—by critics or audiences,