Transactional magic The first season of American Gods ended with a bang earlier this week, leaving us with a long wait until we get to see just what happens next for Shadow, Wednesday, and the others.
Women confronting power in dystopian worlds The Handmaid’s Tale finished its first devastating season on Hulu this week, but the adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s chilling dystopian novel will come back
Dystopic futures, Moon colonies, epic fantasies, and more It’s a new month, which means there is another stack of books hitting bookstores to check out. I recently finished John Scalzi’s The Collapsing
Crystal skull-loving boyfriends, dysfunctional megafamilies, cyberbullies, and more. Homesick for Another World by Ottessa Moshfegh The title and cover of Homesick for Another World might lead you to Ottessa
Better make some space on your shelves We’ve already taken a look at what novels are hitting bookshelves this month, but 2017 promises to be a huge year for science fiction and fantasy literature as a
A collection of the best novels, non-fiction, and memoirs from the past year. At a time when politics have dominated the national conversation in a way that can often feel overwhelming, the best books
If your hair is in an awkward place right now, and you need some styling options or you’ve just always wanted to channel your inner Pacino à la The Godfather, slicked-back hair can be a damn good look.
Why leave it to chance when you don't have to? In an ideal world, going in to get a haircut would be a smooth, painless endeavor. Your barber would be someone you trust, who knows exactly how you want
From Royale with cheese to killing Bill. So many moments in Quentin Tarantino films are iconic, which makes for some pretty amazing supercut montages. The latest is a side-by-side montage of every major
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Between December 1884 and December 1885, six women and a twelve year old girl were found murdered in the small city of Austin, Texas, their bodies mutilated by axes, knives, bricks and even iron rods had
Last Updated: October 18th There are plenty of good TV series on Netflix (and you can find more with these secret codes). If you’re trying to figure out what to watch next, here’s a great place to start
The year's best cookbooks for bakers, travelers, memoir lovers, and ambitious home chefs. It's not easy to be a cookbook at the Bon Appétit office. The competition is stiff: Dozens of new releases arrive
We asked. 500 barbers answered. Here’s the thing about America: it’s really freakin’ big. Hell, it spans the entire width of a continent for chrissakes. From Portland, Maine to Portland, Oregon, San Diego