Culture & Arts

As more people are stuck at home and reality shows pause production, the search for love continues via our screens — and Instagram feeds.
At the end of the decade, we celebrate the format that ruled the Internet. (Plus, lists always perform better with odd numbers.)
Though most survivors can't rely on the criminal justice system, there is a power in knowing that "rapist" will be a permanent part of Weinstein's legacy.
A new RYOT/HuffPost short documentary revisits a 1982 incident in which a young man entered a school determined to shoot others and himself.
The aurora borealis seen from Finland, a dog fashion show and a mass wedding round out this week's best images.
A terrifying NASCAR crash, a surfer on a huge wave, and an elephant eating an apple are among the best images.
Here are a few lessons from authors past and present.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s Netflix show offers the same insidious fantasy as her e-commerce site — just in a blander, safer package.
Perfect camel shadows, Australia's bushfires and an Elvis impersonator highlight the week's best images.
The Holi festival, hurling royals and ice-covered houses round out this week's best images.
A color run on skis, Democrats in South Carolina and Japanese wrestling round out this week's best images.
The dazzling images are drawn from the U.S. campaign, a protesting clown and China's efforts to fight off a super virus.
The rise and fall of the celebrity feminist litmus test provides a helpful lens to consider the decade in feminism at large.
Here are some of the best images of 2020 so far.
Investigators found that fragments apparently are “deliberate forgeries created in the twentieth century."
HuffPost obtained the misconduct allegation used to oust the first woman ever to head the Grammys. It's short and contains no details. One source called it a "sham."
The installation -- which shows Joseph, Mary and baby Jesus in front of a bullet-scarred concrete wall -- is on display at the artist's hotel in Bethlehem.
The recent renaissance has waned, but, as experts explain, the undead always reemerge when we need them most.
Jeanine Cummins' book has been lauded by Stephen King and Lauren Groff, but also lambasted as "problematic," "harmful" and "brownfacing."
Plenty of authors have written authentic accounts of Mexico. But they weren't Oprah's Book Club pick.