60 years after he wrote On The Road, Jack Kerouac’s words still hold a strange magic — the open road still seems to beckon, almost mythical, conveying a freedom that’s up for grabs.
September and October will see many of our favourite TV shows return, and new shows premiere. With so many shows to track, and air dates to remember, here's a handy guide to help you catch up with all the nest TV shows over these two months:
The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead chronicles the gruesome brutality of American slavery, and the beauty of one woman’s courage
Ozark is a great watch if you want a hardboiled-yet-slow-burn series that’s imminently binge-worthy and shatters any romanticism associated with drug money, lakeside living, sailing, or small-town America
That prestige TV is a thing — shows like Game of Thrones, House of Cards et al — and that it’s here to stay for a while, is a given.
Google's We Wear Culture project shows us in a beautiful, richly nuanced way, that what we wear is all tied to who we were, who we are, and who we become
Here's our take on the full list of nominees for the Primetime Emmy Awards 2017
The writers of Silicon Valley adapt very well and are obviously on top of the tech industry news
The Dark Universe franchise seems like an appetiser nobody asked for before a main course that diners weren’t all that excited about to begin with
This is your TV guide for June 2017 — these are the new and returning shows to watch
Fifty three years after their invasion of American television and living rooms, we’re now celebrating the 50th anniversary of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, the Beatles’ landmark album that is often considered the greatest rock and roll album of all time.
Hulu’s TV adaptation of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid’s Tale feels eerily relevant
If there’s one thing Master of None season 2 teaches us — is that it really isn’t too difficult to be considerate, to see somebody else’s point of view
Beaches, interesting culture, good food, and no (or minimum) visa hassles made Thailand the perfect destination
The new movie starring Scarlett Johansson will be (sort of) the culmination of nearly three decades of Ghost in the Shell brilliance in our lives
With Beauty and The Beast releasing tomorrow, here's looking at the best Disney movies - from the least to most feminist portrayal of their princesses.
Emma Watson, who made playing a young witch cool again and has pioneered the HeForShe campaign to make men and boys advocate for feminism, appeared in Vanity Fair wearing an outfit that was deemed “nearly topless”
Big Little Lies is an unusual TV show — it starts out as a guilty pleasure (somewhere between Desperate Housewives and Revenge) but steadily unveils itself as a darkly humorous commentary on important (and heavy) matters like marriage, spousal abuse, and bullying
From the Jimmy Kimmel-Matt Damon rivalry to Casey Affleck's underwhelming speech, and the big Best Picture goof-up, here's a quick recap of Oscars 2017
The Oscars red carpet is the unlikely spot where a battle is waged every year for female celebrities to be treated with the same seriousness as the men