Chicago house, hyperpop, classic ’70s disco: The pop star’s new album is a tour through some of the genre’s most well-known touchstones as well as more underground sounds.
Judge, the creator and voice of the malevolent metalheads, explains why he’s reviving his emblematic 1990s cartoon series in 2022.
This year, one of the last fugitives of the Earth Liberation Front pleaded guilty to arson — at a moment when climate activists are again flirting with radical ideas.
Our alcohol use has shot up, and our physical and mental health is suffering.
Pop culture has never been more interested in reclaiming women from the recent past, like Pamela Anderson and Janet Jackson. But not every reclamation succeeds.
Why big-screen entertainment is no longer the essential American popular art form.
Why our era has grown so ugly.
A homage to a predigital era has popped up, as a crowdsourced art project that lives, paradoxically, on Instagram.
The prolific cultural obsessive turns his attention to the twilight of a millennium, when Generation X reluctantly took center stage.
A lot of women who once avoided contouring because of its unnatural, made-for-Instagram effect, are now gravitating toward it.
The icons and fashions of the fin de siecle are objects of fascination for those who didn’t experience them the first time around. Here’s what they say about why.
There’s now a thriving cottage industry for content that re-examines the recent past through a contemporary critical lens. Is that a good thing?
Nostalgia mixes with tape decks and car phones at RADwood events that aim to capture “the essence of a bodacious era.”
The show’s new audience is also seeing something different in it: a parable about a country in terminal decline.
Do centrists realize that 2021 isn’t 1999?
With the return of really big hair, a new generation is discovering rollers. Here’s how to master the look.
This is a story about the old Space Jam website — from 1996 to infinity.
A reader wonders about wearing 1990s trends today.
A documentary from Soleil Moon Frye, star of “Punky Brewster,” and a reunion of “The Real World” remind us that Gen X didn’t curate themselves for mass consumption.
As we listlessly hoist our home dumbbells, let’s take a deep breath and reflect on a lost epicenter of New York City fitness culture.
An extraordinary career for the man, a long defeat for his ideology.
This movie about inseparable tweens and the grown-ups they became was dismissed in 1995. Today it’s cherished by waves of new fans for the weight it gives their stories.
The 20-year-old singer and songwriter Bea Kristi’s song “Coffee” has reached millions. Now she’s releasing “Fake It Flowers,” an album that puts a new spin on ’90s alt-rock.
So is Michael Flynn. Strange things happen when you spend a couple of months in lockdown.
Every two decades or so, the old becomes stylishly new. And now the pop artifacts of the Y2K era — winking futurism, loads of glitter, “TRL”-style videos — are back, with an update.