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Ani DiFranco on Her Memoir,
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Lucy Dacus Is Writing Her Own History
Her new album,
, is the work of a hopeful person highly attuned to a weary world.
Rose Marie on Telling Off Sexual Harassers in the 1950s and Tweeting
“I said, ‘You son of a bitch, you couldn’t get it up if the flag went by!’”
high school tv showdown
My So-Called Life
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Recap: A T-Shirt That Says Who You Are to the World
is growing up.
Andrew Rannells on
and His Love for Lena Dunham and Nancy Meyers
“Nancy [Meyers] to me is the ultimate, and it did not disappoint. It’s like
50 Shades of Cream
on that set.”
Recap: A Very Culturally Specific Statement
Everyone is unraveling.
Recap: MFAches and Pains
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“Iowa” is one of the strongest episodes the show has had yet.
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‘Serial’s Sarah Koenig on Her Hit Podcast
“I don’t know that I’ll ever be at peace with what we find or that there will be a definitive verdict.”
Gay Talese on
and the Sexual Revolution
“Wife-swapping, key parties, bed hoppers, communes; that was all happening around that time.”
Will We Ever Get to See ‘Killshot’? Maybe Not!
After five years of delays, Weinstein has pushed back the release date of ‘Killshot.’ Does this movie even exist?