A Woody Allen–inspired tribute to the kinds of people Woody Allen doesn’t put in his movies
On the importance of classes that encourage difficult conversations and allow us to learn from diverse perspectives.
Television extended its Golden Age by telling stories about all kinds of people
A ceremony filled with exciting first-time winners (alongside worthy returning juggernauts) reminded us what’s so great about TV this year
Beach turtlenecks are gonna be huge this summer, mark my words
The 683-person list is beginning to address the #OscarsSoWhite problem
There’s never been a more important time to seek out art that shows us diverse perspectives
Ariell R. Johnson is the first female comic book store owner on the East Coast.
*insert prayer hands here*
How Dylan Marron's "Every Single Word Spoken... " project could actually change movies for the better.
"If we don’t have a decent message in there, I think we’ve missed an opportunity."