1. food tv
    Where Can Food Travel Shows Take Us Now? Episodes shot even a few months ago feel like artifacts from another time.
  2. sotw
    TikTok’s ‘Wipe It Down’ Challenge Didn’t Start With the Song ‘Wipe It Down’ Unpacking the origins of this week’s TikTok song of the week.
  3. now streaming
    New on HBO: June 2020 Perry Mason, Ford v Ferrari, Ad Astra, and more.
  4. black lives matter
    Ariana Grande, Halsey, and More Celebrities Spent Their Weekends Protesting From all over the country.
  5. vulture guides
    The Class of 2020’s Guide to All the Virtual Celebrity Commencement Speeches Including Barack Obama, Barack Obama, and Barack Obama.
  6. last night on late night
    John Oliver Recaps the Year of America’s ‘Brutality Bingo’ “That misconduct is in and of itself built on a legacy of white supremacy.”
  7. history lessons
    Spike Lee Debuts Short Film Connecting George Floyd and Do the Right Thing “This is history again and again and again …”
  8. postponements
    Drama Desk Awards Postponed Out of Regard for Ongoing Protests “We stand together with our black colleagues against the racial injustice and violence in our nation and city.”
  9. best of 2020
    The Best Movies of the Year (So Far) From a new Netflix rom-com to a retro sci-fi movie on Amazon to the final Trip film.
  10. now streaming
    New on Amazon Prime: June 2020 Knives Out, Dirty Dancing, Where the Wild Things Are, and more.
  11. extremely online
    K-Pop Stans Spammed the Dallas Police Department’s App With Fan Cams We’re all just doing our part, okay?
  12. obits
    Herb Stempel, Quiz Show Whistleblower, Dead at 93 John Turturro portrayed Stempel in the 1994 Oscar-nominated historical drama.
  13. protests
    J.R. Smith Beats Up Man Who Allegedly Smashed His Car Window During Protest During Sunday’s protest in Los Angeles.
  14. now streaming
    New on Hulu: June 2020 A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, I Am Legend, Casino, and more.
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