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The Trial Of Amanda Knox Proves That The Truth Doesn't Matter If You're A Woman

Is there anything the public likes more than a good crime story? Whether fictional whodunnits along the lines of Gone Girl and TV procedurals like Law and Order or true crime retellings like the wildly popular podcast Serial, HBO's Robert Durst documentary, The Jinx, or Netflix series Making a Murderer, it's pretty safe to say that the public's appetite for murder mysteries has never been stronger. Of particular interest of late are the explorations of true crime stories which have either remained unsolved or which still carry a perception of uncertainty surrounding them…

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Watch The Haunting New Teaser For 'Twin Peaks'

After word spread back in 2014 that David Lynch’s Twin Peaks was getting a revival, it quickly became the most anticipated show of 2014, 2015, and now 2016. Showtime revealed the cast back in April (which includes a lineup of a whopping 217 actors), but things have been pretty mum since…

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30 Beauty Products We're Obsessing Over For Fall

Winter is coming, sure, but first we have to get through fall—aka every New Yorker's (and Lorde's) favorite season—so please don't rush it. You already know what these upcoming months entail: changing leaves, boots, leather jackets, scarves, and not nearly enough time to soak in the blissful weather before the frost comes bolting in…

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Splat Is Here To Give You The Hair Of Your Dreams

Calling all DIY hair color enthusiasts: Splat has quite the exciting announcement to make, and it’s here just in time for Halloween. The boxed hair color brand is about to drop their latest collection, Midnight, which will debut three otherworldly hair color shades that don’t require any bleach…



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Warpaint's Stella Mozgawa On Reuniting For Their New Album And The Music Industry In 2016

In 2004, Emily Kokal, Theresa Wayman, and Jenny Lee Lindberg came together to form the audacious indie rock group Warpaint. Five years later, after releasing their debut EP, Exquisite Corpse, they were joined by drummer Stella Mozgawa, who helped them release their debut album, The Fool, a critically acclaimed record that exemplified the style of restrained, ambient rock for which they have become known…


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Bow Down To Banks At 'The Altar'

We've been obsessed with Banks since she first emerged from the depths of the internet three years ago. Her rise to fame was a classic, meteoric story, something that happens to the rare one in a million…


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Michelle Obama Makes A Powerful Case For College In A New Op-Ed

In this era of skyrocketing student debt and during an election cycle in which, insanely, high college tuition has been a key campaign issue, it's understandable that many millennials' attitude toward higher education can be summed up with the question "Is it worth it?" While there's no one-size-fits-all answer to that question (because, like, no, it's probably not worth it to go $100,000 in inescapable debt for a dual degree in religious studies and photography), First Lady, Michelle Obama, wrote an op-ed in the latest issue of The Fader to make the "case for college" to young Americans.   Obama, a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Law School, wants millennials to know that there are no shortcuts to success and while there are indeed some people who become successful without completing their higher education, those cases are few and far between, and the best chance we have to make something of ourselves in this society is by educating ourselves…


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Lena Dunham Wonderfully Sums Up The Bittersweet End Of 'Girls'

Although the sixth and final season of Girls won’t end until sometime next year, for the cast and crew it ended last night. Lena Dunham, who created the show when she was 23, got hyper-emotional as it wrapped its final shots, letting her feels flood out on Instagram in a series of posts, some featuring old cast shots of the four leads and others featuring Dunham just straight-up crying…

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6 Things To Watch For At This Year's New York Film Festival

New York City is the cultural capital of the world, so it stands to reason that a film festival bearing its name would be the biggest and most influential of the year. But instead, that distinction goes to cities like Cannes, Toronto, and Park City, Utah, unlikely centers of the movie world thanks to their powerhouse festivals…



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Kristen Stewart Sees Ghosts In The 'Personal Shopper' Trailer

When director Olivier Assayas recently called Kristen Stewart the "best actress of her generation," the grandiose statement made perfect sense to anyone who's seen either of their collaborations. Stewart is a major movie star, which means she has a team of assistants and handlers to help with the tedious stuff that us civilians have to do ourselves…