The Finder has been with the Mac since day one, way back in 1984. But just because it’s old, doesn’t mean that it doesn’t have some new tricks. Did you know, for instance, that you can add a path bar the
But many writers have imagined the future in their work, inviting us to travel through time. We asked Lynn Lobash, manager of the New York Public Library's Reader Services department, to recommend the
When people talk about scary pop culture, it's usually cinematic gore fests or televised bloodbaths which have a prominent place in the conversation. Don't get me wrong, there are plenty of frights to
The new BFI online archive 'Other Grooves' collects films about historical youth movements, from the founders of Carnival to pissed-up punks and 'long-haired layabouts'. If you're the kind of person who
Filmmaker Will Allen spent over two decades as a member of a spiritual group called The Buddhafield, founded by a charismatic dancer and bodybuilder in 1980s Los Angeles. His documentary about the experience,
More and more gay men are taking in part in Chemsex parties; weekend long orgies of hard drugs and sex. i-D spoke to director William Fairman about his new documentary that uncovers this hidden world the
New York's drug subculture has occupied its share of screen time over the years, from "Midnight Cowboy" to "The Basketball Diaries," but few of those portrayals are as brutally raw as "Heaven Knows What,"
Here is a set of documentaries to stream on Netflix for some educational programming in between your "Gilmore Girls" and "Friends" marathons. Please binge-watch accordingly. "Fed Up" "Fed Up" is as infuriating