Alanis Morissette, before the making of Jagged Little Pill.
An eyewitness tells us what it was like to be there.
The tragic final days (and very weird afterlife) of a radio legend.
Long a cult favorite in comedy, Bob Odenkirk has finally found wider recognition—and respect—through a shady character named Saul.
On the ground at the big, sad, strange Burt Reynolds memorabilia auction in Las Vegas.
Aboard the JoCo Cruise Crazy, a ship captained by singer-songwriter Jonathan Coulton and built for nerds.
The on and offline search for the prime suspect in last month’s celebrity nude photo hacking scandal.
How celebrity-led humanitarian aid exacerbated a crisis.
Gamers, celebrities, military veterans, and publicists populate a capitalist future in these four chapters from Gibson's forthcoming novel.
"She bent her phone the way she liked it for gaming, thumbed HaptRec into the log‑in window, entered the long-ass password. Flicked go. Nothing happened. Then the whole display popped, like the flash of a camera in an old movie, silvered like the marks of the haptics. She blinked."
On the writer’s new book and tell-all style.