“Prince’s sound is a musical hybrid, in which the history of Minneapolis, its people, and the social forces organizing life there are brought together.”
“Food media, archival repair, and what we expect from recipes.”
Isabel Fall’s story has been held up as an example of “cancel culture run amok.”
What does it mean to perform race for a white audience?
“Screenshots are also proof of memory — proof that I was there, online at a moment in time.”
“The culture of negation inspires a taste for nothingness and glorifies numbness.”
Alexandra Tanner’s essay is a hilarious and dark look into the lives of Mormon mommy bloggers on Instagram.
“Nothing made sense this year — unless you were on the internet.”
For GQ, Wesley Lowery interviews Daily Show host Trevor Noah.
“The city feels simultaneously attacked, abandoned, and bereft of competent leadership. It also feels very, very alive.” In an essay at GEN, Glynnis MacNicol explores New York City’s #NoFilter era.