The classic 80s teen film, “Sixteen Candles,” crumbles under the test of time, reflecting both progressiveness and how far Hollywood representation still has to go.
Opinion: John Hughes’ ‘Sixteen Candles’ panders blatantly to racist stereotypes
The classic 80s teen film crumbles under the test of time, reflecting both progressiveness and how far Hollywood representation still has to go.
Short story: Bicycles
“You hid that lurking fear so well — the unfathomable possibility of never creating again — that the thought to ask never crossed my mind.”
Review: ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ offers something vital to Asian America
The sci-fi epic film, “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” expands the possibilities of what Asian diaspora, immigrant and queer futures could be.
‘Not another social platform’: What is BeReal?
BeReal is a new app where people take unfiltered photos of their daily life.
Review: ‘The Florida Project’ — Enchantment on economic outskirts of the Sunshine State
“The Florida Project” is an all-too-common story of a single mother and her daughter hanging on the edge of the social ladder.
Personal Essay: Gen Z has a shocker for you — everything is not going to be OK!
The bathrooms on the second floor of the B building were, simply put, the best, except nobody, knew of them, certainly not the underclassmen. On rare occasions, you could hear the faint running sounds of water from within or the paper towel dispenser whirring shyly....
Barbara Kruger captures lived experiences in timely LACMA retrospective
The exhibition is an amalgamation of Kruger’s work over four decades.