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There’s No One Way To Look Jewish

There's no template for a Jewish woman, and this intimate photoshoot with eight of them proves it. → Read More

A Beginner’s Guide To American Yiddish (AKA “Yinglish”)

Don't get verklempt if you're not sure what these Yiddish-sounding words mean. You'll soon be using them like a pro. → Read More

Your Favorite Celebrities Looked SO Different At Their First Oscars

Some of your favorite celebrities, like Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence, looked SO different on their first Academy Awards red carpet. → Read More

Hold Onto Your Dragons, The First Game Of Thones Final Season Preview Is Here

It's a true song of ice and fire as the two consume Westeros and collide in an epic battle. → Read More

November Click List: R29 Entertainment Editors' Picks For The Month

From Chris Pine in "Outlaw King" to a journey to the Nutcracker's four realms, here's what to watch this November. → Read More

The Actors & Creators Who Have Already Committed To Inclusion Riders

These are the actors and creators who have committed to adopting inclusion riders in an effort to achieve more diversity on projects. → Read More

After The Time's Up Awards Season, Will Hollywood Actually Take Action?

Now that awards season is over, what will Hollywood do to take action for movements like Time's Up and #MeToo? → Read More

How To Make An Oscar Acceptance Speech In The #MeToo Era

How to navigate an acceptance speech during Hollywood's reckoning. → Read More

Lady Bird Oscars Chances, According To Academy Members

Can Lady Bird take home Best Picture at the 2018 Academy Awards? We asked some new members of the Academy about its chances. → Read More

Golden Globes Male Winners Ignored Times Up In Speeches

Why did so few men speak out about movements like Time's Up and MeToo at the 2018 Golden Globes? → Read More

January Click List: R29 Entertainment Editors' Picks For The Month

Here's what to do, see, listen to, and read in January 2018. → Read More

Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Are Officially Engaged

The royal family announced the news this morning. → Read More

Every Time A TV Character's Death Just About Killed You

We know we don't KNOW our favorite TV characters, as in really know them, but somehow we can still erupt in tears and convulsions when they're taken away from us. And there's a special type of sadness reserved for the moment a beloved small-screen character dies. Sure, we'll see the actor or → Read More

The 24 Best Holiday Episodes Of All Time

Holiday episodes have become a time-honored television tradition. Many shows bring on the good tidings, but only some manage to really separate themselves from the pack. Just as every seasonal tune can't be a hit, only the best holiday episodes stand out in our memories. We can only watch → Read More

The Best Stoner Movies Of All Time

Hey dudes and dudettes. As they say in stoner movies: It’s 4:20 somewhere — a.k.a. the unofficial official time of day to spark a blunt, hit the bong, toke up, vape, and please insert some more expressions synonymous with smoking pot here. According to The Huffington Post, the roots of that → Read More

The Best Dance Movies Of All Time

As a former dancer, there are few things that bring me more joy than dance movies. You needn't have grown up at the barre to love and appreciate films in which dance takes — for lack of a more on-the-nose expression — center stage. The need to dance is innate in every human being, and it cannot → Read More

The Best Foreign TV Shows You're Not Watching (But Should Be)

American television is currently in a Golden Age. Little-known fact, though: Many of the most beloved, critically acclaimed shows are actually overseas imports that have been redone for English-speaking audiences. Homeland, The Bridge, and The Killing are all examples of international phenomenons → Read More

The Hottest TV Sex Scenes

Remember when TV couples slept in twin beds and everyone pretty much assumed that Little Ricky was the product of some immaculate conception? Remember when you could watch a show and not worry about a parent or nephew walking in on you? Remember when David Caruso's bare buns on NYPD Blue was as → Read More

The Chick-Lit Books That Won’t Destroy The Feminist Inside You

We all know Carrie Bradshaw’s origin story. She was born out of Candace Bushnell’s “Sex and the City” column in The New York Observer. The column launched in 1994 with a piece entitled “Swingin’ Sex? I Don’t Think So…” Across the pond one year later, readers of England’s The → Read More

The People V OJ Simpson Episode 9 Recap

A recap of "Manna From Heaven," episode 9 of The People v. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story. → Read More