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Tana French Is Our Best Living Mystery Writer
Dublin Murder Squad series, she has built a world that’s more George R.R. Martin than Agatha Christie — minus the beheadings.
Performance Is Hilariously Unhinged
An ode to a most profane bit of fun.
In Praise of
’s Shelly Pfefferman, the Underappreciated Jewish Mother
Who could she be if given half a shot?
Long Live Gerard Butler, and the Gerard Butler Movie
He is an action star for the age of the declining action star, and he’s almost single-handedly keeping a very specific type of film alive.
Bad Bunny Is Wild in the Streets, Tender in the Tweets
The trap star’s Twitter feed is a meadow of nostalgia and intimacy.
I Can’t Believe I Have a Crush on Vampire Weekend Again
The Vampire Weekend–aissance is upon us all!
An Ode to Solange’s Best New Song ‘Almeda’
“Almeda” plays with a special alchemy of everything that feels banal, but special. Brown skin, black braids, brown liquor — sip, sip, sip.
An Ode to
The outpouring of grief at its cancellation has been evidence there is an intense need for shows like this.
Ryan Coogler Writes Tribute to Ava DuVernay on
A Wrinkle In Time
“Ava is the past, present and future. She is all of these things, but sometimes I forget she is human.”
How Austin Rogers Upset the Natural Order on
He is precisely the sort of person who is not supposed to win.
Father John Misty Pens an Homage to the Chuck E. Cheese Band Upon Its Retirement
“The shock and sadness I feel over losing this artist compelled me to humbly offer a few words in rememberence … ”
Red Is the MVP of
Orange Is the New Black
’s Fifth Season
For much of the season, Red is hilariously gonzo.
The Mary Tyler Moore Show
’s Greatest Legacy
Accepting less money to tackle a tough job and smiling all the while: That’s what Mary does. That’s what a lot of women still do.
A Tribute to Paul, the Ann Veal of
Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life
I Listen to Children’s Audiobooks During My Commute
Podcasts and carefully curated playlists can help smooth a commute, but there’s a better medicine out there: audiobooks for kids.
In Praise of Barb, the Best Character on
She is obviously the first person to put the words “norm” and “core” together.