The immensely popular podcast S-Town features some memorable sundial inscriptions. But where did the slightly morbid tradition come from?
Drive-ins embodied the suburbanization of middle class families -- and created an entirely new way of watching the movies.
Black producers and entertainers use the concept of physically appropriating another race to discuss racism in "Dear White People" and "White Chicks."
For more than a century, Hollywood has been offering Americans lifestyle advice on how to live better, and the public has been gobbling it up.
Teen magazines put girls in charge by inverting the male gaze
Remembering Carrie Fisher: Actress, writer, and so much more.
Recently, Netflix brought us the Gilmore Girls revival–Rory, Lorelei, and Emily 10 years on, able to “end” the show as its creator intended.
Skeptical, self-aware interaction with digital data is the critical foundation upon which democracy may be maintained, explains media scholar Alexandra Juhasz.
"The Simpsons" is the longest-running scripted series in television history, full of canny satire and the occasional prophecy.
Pioneering journalist Gwen Ifill has died. Her career in a white and male-dominated industry inspired many to the profession.