Why the 1990s were the last golden age of culture

With Sensation at the Royal Academy in 1997, which opened amid official talk of “Cool Britannia”, the movement peaked – and today, within the art world, it is often derided as splashy and dumb. Yet, the YBAs made contemporary art less elitist, and generated an energy that other artists benefited from too, such as the … Read more

What ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Queens Stole From Set | Cover Shoot | Entertainment Weekly – Entertainment Weekly

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Behind the Scenes with ‘Drag Race’ Star Raja | Cover Shoot | Entertainment Weekly – Entertainment Weekly

Behind the Scenes with ‘Drag Race’ Star Raja | Cover Shoot | Entertainment WeeklyEntertainment Weekly Drag Race winner Yvie Oddly previews her ‘more evolved’ rebellious form on All Stars 7Yahoo Entertainment Behind the Scenes with ‘Drag Race’ Star Yvie Oddly | Cover Shoot | Entertainment WeeklyEntertainment Weekly Around the Table With ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All … Read more

Around the Table With ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 7’ | Around the Table | Entertainment Weekly – Entertainment Weekly

Around the Table With ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 7’ | Around the Table | Entertainment WeeklyEntertainment Weekly Drag Race winner Yvie Oddly previews her ‘more evolved’ rebellious form on All Stars 7Yahoo Entertainment Behind the Scenes with ‘Drag Race’ Star Yvie Oddly | Cover Shoot | Entertainment WeeklyEntertainment Weekly RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars … Read more

One of the best (and most important) stand-up comedy specials in years is now available to watch at home

It currently has a score of 100% on Rotten Tomatoes. While Saturday Night Live isn’t for everyone, pretty much everyone could agree that Jerrod Carmichael recently had one of the best opening monologues in that show in a long time. “Who is Jerrod Carmichael?” comes the response from many of you, which is fair, as … Read more

punk poetry that veered from the impeccable to the awful

As two and a half thousand people made their way through the glass doors of the Hammersmith Apollo, a bare-faced lie awaited them in the foyer. A t-shirt at the merchandise stall bore the words “Poetry has never been regarded as a reliable engine of wealth”. Perhaps not, but for John Cooper Clarke – the … Read more