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Gorillaz Are Getting Their Own Animated TV Show

Jamie Hewlett teases what to expect from the exciting series

Meet The Republican Evangelizing for Action on Climate Change

Bob Inglis is a convert to the cause

I Love New York: On Jonathan Demme’s Love Affair With The City That Inspired Him

The New York of Demme’s movies was a jittery, daydreamy, romantic playground. But more than anything, it was pure fun.

Blink-182 Know Their ‘Aggressive’ New Song Is Very Strange

Stranger than ‘Fuck a Dog’ though?

How Music Festivals Are Going Green

Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and a ton of other major live events are leading the charge in rocking out sustainably

So Johnny Depp Just Crashed The Pirates Of The Caribbean Ride At Disneyland


The Handmaid’s Tale: Motherhood Or Death

Despite a few odd choices (racism has somehow been eradicated in this dystopia?) Hulu’s new show is off to a terrifying start

How Did Lauren Singer Fit Five Years Of Trash Into A Single Mason Jar?

We chatted with the founder of The Simply Co. about how she’s revolutionizing the way we deal with waste

Emma Watson Hung Out With Her Harry Potter Sister-In-Law

They reunited at the Tribeca Film Festival

Remembering The Artist Who Let Black People Be Themselves

The portraiture of Barkley L. Hendricks

Heron Preston Just Wants To Make Sustainability Sexy

Preston doesn’t want to be ‘that guy’ talking about making fashion more sustainable. He just wants to do it.

Why Does Fall Out Boy Sing ‘Oops, I Did It Again’ In Their New Song?

Break out your red catsuit for the ‘Young And Menace’ video

The Rodney King We Never Knew

A new film by Roger Guenveur Smith and Spike Lee illuminates the King we never knew

What Civilian Monitoring Of The Police Really Sees

Rioting is a symptom, not the illness

How The New Democrats Rose From The Ashes Of L.A.

The post-riots presidency

How ‘Deep Cover’ Illuminates The Limits Of Gangsta Rap 25 Years Later

Snoop Dogg and the myth of the black outlaw

A New Documentary On The L.A. Riots Aims To Unsettle

An interview with the directors of LA 92

To Make Your Own Justice: America 25 Years After Rodney King

In 1991, the rest of the world found out what black Los Angeles already knew


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Haim Drop Their New Song ‘Right Now’ With A Paul Thomas Anderson Video

Their next album officially has a release date

Real World: San Diego Alum Cameran Eubanks Is Expecting A Mini-Me

'Times a changin' y'all!'

Sleight: The Reluctant, Kinda-Sorta Superhero

J.D. Dillard’s supernatural, genre-bending, coming-of-age thriller

Kim Kardashian Doesn't Know If She'll Ever Wear Real Jewelry Again

She says she was being "flashy" and "materialistic" before her Paris robbery

Baby Luna Enthusiastically Approves Of John Legend's Latest Magazine Cover

The most adorable congratulations ever, maybe