We asked Slavoj Žižek, David Weigel and others to share their deepest regrets. It got weird.
As her album title says, Dawn Richard is a new (and welcome) breed.
The actor's directorial debut is a love letter to L.A. skating culture, mid-'90s rap and all the directors he admires.
Nic Sheff nearly succumbed to meth addiction. He's now being played by Timothée Chalamet, the Oscar-nominated star of "Call Me by Your Name."
"The things [Prince] left behind are, in many cases, better than another artist's very best work," said Michael Howe, chief archivist for the Prince estate.
The "new master of horror" discusses the success of "Get Out" and his new Hulu series, "Into the Dark."
The world is finally catching up with Yoko Ono. At 85, she is reimagining her old classics on a new album titled "Warzone.
The former Johnny Rotten on his love for David Bowie, Sid Vicious and butter.
When Ethan Hawke turned 40, he fell in love with acting again. This year might be his wildest yet.
The 2016 election resulted in 'Twerp Verse': "Every time I type 'Trump' into my phone, it autocorrects to 'that creepy bigot.'"
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"He was everyone's comedian. Everybody felt like he belonged to them."
"We would like to apologize to those who were hurt," the festival says after the white-directed show prompted outrage, protests and an open letter signed by 1,500 people.