Culture & Arts

Andy Warhol's “Shot Sage Blue Marilyn” could become the most expensive 20th-century artwork to ever sell at auction.
Brands like Abercrombie & Fitch and American Eagle reliably paired the term with images of young, slender white people who liked to have fun.
From "Waiting to Exhale" to "Clueless," the decade brought us consistently popular albums associated with movies. And then that stopped.
Respectability politics and white America helped sideline some of the most insightful humor of the '90s — when we needed it the most.
Fiona Apple told us to go with ourselves, and we didn't listen.
A HuffPost series looking at the good, the bad and everything we’re still trying to process about the decade.
HBO's new horror-comedy series is as unsettling as it is resonant, especially to those who are decidedly childless among their increasingly fertile friends.
A new Criterion Collection restoration of the gorgeous romantic drama, marking its 30th anniversary, is coming to theaters and DVD.
The actor talks about time travel, what it means to step into the shoes of a Black woman in 1960s Germany and embracing the present.
Netflix’s latest love experiment is a new take on dating shows with more than a little drama.