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    The cast of the TV show How I Met Your Mother leading a panel at Comic-Con

    Why I’m still disappointed by How I Met Your Mother’s finale

    Spoiler alert! The finale of How I Met Your Mother aired in 2014, and its discordance with everything that came before it and unexpected direction...
    An artwork piece of Billie Eilish split down the middle into her two different looks, with a background of different Twitter comments

    Billie Eilish and the exhaustion of being a young woman in...

    Since Billie Eilish burst onto the pop music scene in 2016 with Ocean Eyes, her voice has reverberated around many a bedroom, club, and...

    Review: Lil Nas X’s ‘MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)’

    "In his adolescence, the Church told Montero that being gay would send him straight to Hell – so the singer reckoned, why not get into his thigh-high stilettos and slide down there on his own terms?" Beth Ranasinghe dives deep into Lil Nas X's recent single "MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)".

    “Hey Ya!” Or Hey Nah?: Why your life is empty without...

    "It feels almost like an Alice in Wonderland journey of sound – despite the constant growing and shrinking, we still know that we’re down the rabbit hole." Lily Kershaw looks back at André 3000's side of Outkast's 2003 double album, "The Love Below".

    (Re)call Me Maybe: Re-evaluating Carly Rae Jepsen

    "By putting on Katy Perry or Jessie J, you’re probably not looking for a quasi-religious experience. There’s no need for overly philosophical lyrics or boundary-pushing orchestral accompaniments; rather, you want catchy hooks, relatable lyrics, and, above all else, fun. Jepsen does this all flawlessly." Katie Kirkpatrick advocates for justice for Carly Rae Jepsen

    The Court Painter: The Exclusivity of the ‘Popular’ Artist

    For the casual modern art admirer, it might initially be difficult to comprehend the business of art in the 17th-century; a time in which...

    In Vogue

    Vogueing is having a moment. Again. The last time saw Madonna’s 1990 hit “Vogue” soar to the top of the charts in America and was supposed to herald a period of greater exposure for the New York ballroom community. It didn’t.

    Dark Trends: Sexy Sociopaths

    As we’ve learnt more and more about the confusing grey splodge of the human mind, we’ve uncovered more and more of what makes sociopaths tick. As such, they’ve increasingly inhabited that attractive idiosyncratic loner role in our popular imagination.

    #Cancelled: Disillusionment in the age of Twitter #MeToo

    Watching Weinstein movies like Pulp Fiction, or as more recently discussed, listening to music by R Kelly, in a way are acts of undue forgiveness.

    Don’t Look Back in Anger

    The 90s was undoubtedly the greatest film decade, writes Josh Travers