Hear an A.I.-Generated Andy Warhol 'Read' His Diary to You in New Documentary
An new Netflix television series employs artificial intelligence to recreate the voice of the Pop Star icon
Black Dolls Tell a Story of Play—and Resistance—in America
A new exhibition traces the toys' history from handmade cloth figures to an American Girl character
'Do You Hear What I Hear?' Conjures Images of Peace Everywhere—and Nuclear Annihilation
Composed at the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis, the classic Christmas song contains another message—one of unity
A Peek Inside the World's Greatest Record Store
A lovable grouch, obsessed with the magic of American sidewalk harmony, runs the Philadelphia shop
Fifty Years After the Beatles Broke Up, Trove of Memorabilia Goes on Auction
Sotheby's sale includes records, posters and a high school detention sheet decrying John Lennon's "continuous silly behaviour in class"
The Women Who Coined the Term 'Mary Sue'
The trope they named in a 'Star Trek' fan zine in 1973 continues to resonate in 2019
Dr. Ruth Changed the Way America Talked About Sex
A new documentary chronicles the revolution Ruth Westheimer brought to the air
We're Entering a New Age of Meatless Meat Today. But We've Been Here Before
At the turn of the 20th century, the first mock meat craze swept the nation
The Motorized Scooter Boom That Hit a Century Before Dockless Scooters
Launched in 1915, the Autoped had wide appeal, with everyone from suffragettes to postmen giving it a try
An Early Run-In With Censors Led Rod Serling to 'The Twilight Zone'
His failed attempts to bring the Emmett Till tragedy to television forced him to get creative
What 'Project Runway' Can Teach Us About the Creative Process
Seventeen seasons in, the show continues to demystify what it takes to 'make it work'
'Captain Marvel''s Missed Opportunity With Nostalgia
The '90s lives in the new superhero film but doesn't tell us much about the decade
What’s the Deal With Ordering Iced Coffee in the Winter?
A hot take, if you will, on the iced trend
Why Is the Genie in ‘Aladdin’ Blue?
There’s a simple answer and a colonialist legacy for why the genie looks the way it does
There Was the Magazine Quiz. Then Came the Internet. What Now?
From the “Cosmo Quiz” to Quizilla to Buzzfeed... what's next?
What the Earliest Super Bowl Commercials Tell Us About the Super Bowl
The inaugural title game in 1967 would not have been getting kudos from the media for representing women
Seventy-Five Years Ago, the Television Musical Made Its Debut
"RENT: Live" meet "The Boys from Boise"
Before the 'Baby Shark' Song Made the Hot 100, 'Silly Symphonies' Were All the Rage
The “musical novelty” series of shorts achieved critical and popular success, too
How America Tidied Up Before Marie Kondo
From the Progressive Era's social hygiene movement to Netflix self-help reality television