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How to Exit the Friendzone, According to Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello
On the eve of Cabello’s
e — in which she’ll probably narrate their one true love story — let us recap.
How Do We Talk About Race and Pop Culture Without Going Insane?
A panel of critics discuss Wesley Morris’s New York
essay and some of the biggest anxieties plaguing criticism today.
Angelica Jade Bastién,
E. Alex Jung,
These Are the Drugs Influencing Pop Culture Now
From Xanax to Adderall, there’s a medicine cabinet’s worth of intoxicants that are influencing, inspiring, and, in some cases, destroying artists.
2017, the Year Pop Culture’s Darkest Thought Experiments Came to Life
“What if someone wildly underqualified got elected president?” “Is it possible to separate the art from the artist?”
Every Major Pop-Culture Reference in
Stranger Things 2
, From A to Z
behind the scenes
The (Presumably) True Story Behind Martin Shkreli and That Wu-Tang Album
Cyrus Bozorgmehr’s new book,
Once Upon a Time in Shaolin
, purports to tell the untold tale of the whole strange episode.
How to Take Back the Counterculture During the Trump Era
The Obama years were too soft anyway.
vulture cover story
The 70 Greatest Conspiracy Theories in Pop-Culture History
From “Paul is dead” to “Stevie Wonder isn’t blind,” with a lot of Illuminati in between.
Adam K. Raymond
What About The Children?!?!, Or Who Cares If Our Kids Understand The […]
On Tuesday, Salon writier Matt Zoller Seitz wondered whether pop culture references are ruining TV shows like The Simpsons and Community for […]
See the Powderpuff Male Cheerleaders’ Epic Pop-Culture-Medley Dance
Six minutes of delight.
See the Twisted, Technicolor Pop-Culture Paintings of Dave MacDowell
They’re stingingly, almost psychedelically colorful.
A Few Thoughts on the Scene in
That Plays Two Recent American Tragedies for Laughs
References to 9/11 and the Great White club fire in one scene? Edgy!
VH1 Already Kicking Dirt on the Freshly Dug Grave of Paul F. Tompkins
The network is launching a new pop-culture show called ‘The Great Debate.’