In the 1980s, Haring's cartoon-like images were everywhere — his figures of dancers, hearts, babies and dogs remain pop culture motifs. A new exhibition celebrates the artist who died in 1990 at 31.
Each week, the guests and hosts on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour share what's bringing them joy. This week: You're the Worst, 60 Songs that Explain the '90s, and Little Moon wins the Tiny Desk.
The Tina Turner Museum in Brownsville, Tenn., is seeing a surge in visitors after the iconic singer died this week at the age of 83.
Latinx comedians with non-English routines have largely been relegated to restaurants, bars and other spaces where Spanish already dominates. But a new generation is changing that, one show at a time.
Superhero movies transformed the film industry over the last 15 years. But how does the man in charge of some of the most beloved comic book characters chart the years ahead?
Kenneth Anger was a queer underground filmmaker whose bestselling book, Hollywood Babylon, purported to reveal the seamy side of a golden era.
Disney has a formula: Take a beloved animated property, update its sensibilities for modern audiences, recast it with a bunch of familiar faces and voices, and rehash it all in "live-action"/CGI form.
Logan's funeral is a wrenching experience for his kids — and then they get right back to scheming and plotting, as civil unrest in the streets grows closer.
In a YouTube video, the science communicator and author announced that he's recently been diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Each week, the guests and hosts on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour share what's bringing them joy. This week: The Soundtrack Show, Reservation Dogs, Janelle Monáe and more.
On seminal Smiths recordings in the 1980s, guitarist Johnny Marr said, "Andy reinvented what it is to be a bass guitar player." Rourke had been ill with pancreatic cancer. He was 59.
The HBO documentary struggles to define who the singer-songwriter actually was — despite knitting together interviews with family members, archival clips and home movie footage.
Last December, Montana banned the app on government devices. Now, it is banning the hugely popular platform outright. Where does that leave the content creators?
Talk show host and The Real Housewives creator Andy Cohen's fifth book, The Daddy Diaries: The Year I Grew Up, describes how becoming a dad has completely changed his life.
The magazine called her a true influencer, with her variety of lifestyle books, television shows, and product lines. Stewart said on Instagram that she wants to inspire people to try new things.