The New York Times, in conjunction with WBUR Cityspace, held a preview of Amazon's new show "Modern Love" in Boston on Oct. 6.
Even if you’re way older than the kids in this show, there are cultural references for everyone.
Perhaps scaling back the page count and honing in on one specific message would have been a better idea.
Calloway’s drama — played out over Twitter, think pieces, and interviews — is fodder for our desire to throw our own voices into the void.
“Friends” is around, yes, but not necessarily relevant — though this hasn’t stopped teenagers from hosting themed parties about the TV show.
Facebook, in keeping with its trend of releasing products that no one asked for but everyone ends up grudgingly using, has just rolled out its very own dating app.
I myself used to think that when actors, singers, or any other brand of famous people become famous, their life becomes up for grabs. After all, they chose this life. Right? Wrong.
Roughly 10 students protested a Harvard Lampoon comp open house Friday night, interrogating the organization’s leadership about its internal culture and a controversial image of Holocaust victim Anne Frank printed last semester.
“The Nickel Boys” starts out hopeful in a way that signals that things will go wrong very quickly.
“Doxology” is a funny romp through nearly three decades.
“The Snakes” will intimately acquaint any reader with the French police process, which can be either riveting or horrifically boring
"Fleishman Is in Trouble" is very much a novel that could only have been written in 2019.
The individual moments that are worth hearing, lasting a few lines in a smattering of songs, do not have the power, unfortunately, to life up the entire album.
“The Most Fun We Ever Had,” chronicles the life of a family over the course of a year, yet it passes as quickly as the pages turn.
The Guillon duo fully illustrates the circularity and repetitiveness of having a mental illness, showing that one step forward could lead to two steps back.
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