Katie Kilkenny is a former associate editor at Pacific Standard, where she covered culture both online and in print. She was previously at The Atlantic, where she was an editorial fellow on the culture channel. Prior to that, she wrote freelance film reviews and reported features, reviewed scripts at a Hollywood talent agency, and helped select short films for the Telluride Film Festival.
Taddeo's new book profiles the intimate wants and needs of three women across the country.
Pulitzer Prize-winning Post and Courier reporter Jennifer Berry Hawes discusses how mainstream journalism tends to stereotype the victims of mass shootings.
Two organizers from the organization that spearheaded the demonstrations in New York City discuss how their members' background in art and art history informed their nine-week action.
Author Casey Cep discusses her new book about Harper Lee's unfinished manuscript detailing the alleged crimes of an Alabama preacher and the man who shot him.
Playwright Dipika Guha discusses Islamophobia in American media, and why audiences seem hungry for art that mirrors the gray areas of our civic life.
The author and illustrator explains how seeing his home reduced to a "desolate plane" by the 2017 disaster inspired his latest book.
The author, who also suffers from the illness, discusses her new essay collection—a fresh and visceral study of schizophrenia.
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We spoke to Vijay Iyer about what he recommends reading, watching, and listening to.
The agency voted to eliminate the eight-voices rule, which barred television stations in one market from mergers unless at least eight independently owned and operated stations would remain post-merger.
Albert Kim will write the script, about a family-run electronics corporation.
Awareness that a brand is widely counterfeited can make shoppers more willing to pay for the real thing, a 2012 study found.
But white men are still directing the majority of television shows.
In Thelma, a college freshman come to terms with her telekinetic powers—and her sexuality.
After the Harvey Weinstein controversy, Legalist has launched a telephone and online forum for harassment claims in all industries.
The founder of an L.A.-based private investigation firm offers his perspective on the producer's alleged detailed investigation of journalists and accusers.
The broadcasting company is currently investigating 25 claims.
Broadly Films aims to hire women directors, particularly those of Middle Eastern descent.
A new report argues that black television helmers hire more black writers—and give characters of color much-needed, nuanced narratives.
In the past month, women from ABC, Nickelodeon, and Amazon have also lodged complaints about inappropriate conduct at the office.
Corey Feldman says he wants to "literally change the entertainment system as we know it."
More than 50 women have now come forward to accuse the film producer of sexual misconduct.
The network has been celebrated for trumpeting climate-change evidence and the ongoing crisis in Puerto Rico. According to weather.com's editor-in-chief, its direction isn't political.
Their note arrived the same day Nickelodeon fired an animation-series creator accused of sexual harassment.
We spoke to Stephanie Allain about what she recommends reading, watching, and listening to.
In the aftermath of news about Harvey Weinstein and Cinefamily, a script database analyzes its stories for sexual violence.
After a report last Thursday about eight previously undisclosed lawsuits by women against Weinstein, 13 women alleged sexual harassment or assault by Weinstein in a piece in The New Yorker.
The celebrated artist's new documentary makes the case for incorporating more compassion into our approach to displaced persons.
In a statement, Weinstein said he was seeing therapists and planning to take some time off of work.
This time, a former German actress has stepped forward.
An ad-watchdog group has compiled a database of over 200 Kardashian social media posts that neglect to say they are advertisements.
Allegations against Ain't It Cool News founder Harry Knowles emerged on Saturday.
Susan Griffin explains the meaning behind the film's images of female suffering.
A look inside the Juggalo March on Washington.
The 69th annual television awards sent a very mixed political message.
Devin Faraci's second resignation follows widespread pressure on social media.
The festival's director of international programming is protesting its continued involvement with Devin Faraci.