Brea Grant celebrates the return of David Lynch's iconic show and explains why its rhythms fit so well with the current zeitgeist.
Bonus: check out some photos of teen Hutch.
Kentucker Audley continues his series of video essays with a new entry that focuses on the classic '90s drama starring Richard Dreyfuss.
Our cartoonist recounts how his obsession with the band started — and the greatest advice he never gave.
This record harks back to the ‘90s while simultaneously reassuring the listener that they’re not alone in their millennial confusion.
Two decades after its theatrical release, a filmmaker looks back on a movie that changed how he saw cinema, and himself.
Our writer felt like an outsider while listening to this record, but she’d love to do a remix.
Our writer loathes ’90s revivalism, but this record made him change his foolishly consistent mind.
On the band's new album, Sublime with Rome contends with the for-midable legacy of its predecessor, Sublime. Guess who wins.
How Martin Brest's misunderstood masterpiece helped a goofball teenager find love, and his identity.