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For the pop culture obsessed by pop culture obsessives.
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Doughboys determine whose chicken reigns supreme in a battle between McDonald’s and Popeyes.

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The “social experiment” turned out to be a full 90 minutes of Chappelle and Rock cracking each other up on stage.

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The Untouchables was smartly crafted, creating a version of Chicago where glamour and grit were constantly under threat by hoods who didn’t care who was in the way they pulled out their weapons.

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The most useful purpose the High Fidelity soundtrack had—like the record store clerks it both lampooned and lionized—was turning fans on to (relatively) lesser-known artists.

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The Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer has meticulously pieced together his memoir from an expansive collection of journals that goes as far back as his teen years.

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In honor of Donnie Darko being rereleased into theaters this week, read our review of the cult classic.

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Laini Taylor abandons the fantasy spin on the real world she used in Daughter Of Smoke & Bone and her National Book Award finalist Lips Touch: Three Times in favor of a wholly original setting.

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Sometimes spite can lead to architectural greatness.

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If you had to define the 1990s by using only one movie, what would it be?

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According to the story, Thompson was in her trailer on the set of the 1998 political drama Primary Colors, when her phone suddenly rang.
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