Durant’s move feels momentous, but it doesn’t really matter—it’s merely The Decision 3.0, a reaffirmation of NBA’s recent history
Art is distinct from the artist, and neither one needs to fit societal norms. These days, we’re less willing to accept that.
June 26th, 2016 1 comment
Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller, two baseball wonks, get a chance to apply their wildest data dreams in real life
‘Lemonade,’ Beyoncé’s scorned-lover LP, is made more interesting by its accompanying film—revealing how personal traumas can be political statements
April 25th, 2016 1 comment
He was two decades removed from the height of his powers, but the 2007 Super Bowl halftime show may have been Prince at his Prince-iest
Geoffrey Hinton, the godfather of ‘deep learning’—which helped Google’s AlphaGo beat a grandmaster—on the past, present and future of AI
March 18th, 2016 1 comment
On VICELAND’s ‘Gaycation,’ Ellen Page and Ian Daniel travel the world to take the temperature of gay culture
As America debates who gets to be American, a new AGO exhibit is a reminder that America is made great by its outsiders
Amid a 60 Minutes controversy over a photo mix-up, we dug into the archives to hear from Kim Cattrall on how she met P.E.T.
From a near-flunking to a quote from ‘Rocky,’ Trudeau’s slim 60 Minutes segment offered only a few moments of note
‘Indentured’ is a meticulous yet blistering book about the NCAA and its draconian laws and tactics. But can it move the needle?
They may or may not take home the hardware. But these Grammy-nominated artists have the best storylines going into the Feb. 15 show.
Beyoncé’s performance of ‘Formation’ at the Super Bowl was more than just epic. It was important.
February 7th, 2016 11 comments