Culture & Arts
Ben Turnbull has transformed school desks and church materials with chilling effect.
The New Yorker staff writer of more than five decades was remembered on social media by writers like Susan Orlean, Pete Wells and more.
Author Dav Pilkey issued an apology for “The Adventures of Ook and Gluk: Kung-Fu Cavemen From the Future," which he said is "harmful to my Asian readers."
Sanjena Sathian’s riveting debut novel is already being developed into a TV series by Mindy Kaling’s production company.
"My only two rules were that I had to set alarms for random minutes of each day, and I had to photograph the exact task I was doing when they went off," says photographer Justin J. Wee.
With @QueerBrownVegan on Instagram, the 24-year-old environmental educator is guiding his followers toward a path of less food waste and more solutions to injustice.
The Brooklyn-based mental health advocate is creating space on Instagram to honor the spirit of radical resistance and the collective healing of her Afro-Puerto Rican ancestors.
Kevin Fredericks’ “Keep Your Distance” comedy show opens up new audiences for Black comics.
The Navajo filmmaker and writer has been working on several TV series — hoping to create new narratives around Indigenous experiences.
The graphic designer behind Subliming.jpg is figuring out how to connect with the world through art — both on and off of Instagram.