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Cady Lang

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San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Cady:

Why Kyle Richards Thinks She's the Michael Myers of Housewives

The longtime Housewife on returning to the 'Halloween' franchise and the drama in Beverly Hills. → Read More

Poet Tracy K. Smith on Finding Joy During an Unbearable Year

Poet Tracy K. Smith questions the world around her and holds onto joy in her new book and first retrospective collection, Such Color. → Read More

Tabitha Brown Is the Gentlest Person on the Internet

Since shooting to fame with her viral TikToks, the vegan has become one of the internet's kindest, if most unlikely, superstars. → Read More

What to Know About Drake's New Album, Certified Lover Boy

From his cover art and lyrics to a controversial R. Kelly credit, here's what to know about Drake's new album, 'Certified Lover Boy.' → Read More

Sally Rooney and the Art of the Millennial Novel

The arrival of Beautiful World, Where Are You raises questions about what makes a great millennial novel—and sparked a lively conversation among TIME staffers. → Read More

What to Know About Kanye West's Controversy with 'Donda'

From featuring Marilyn Manson and DaBaby to new beef with his label, here's what to know about Kanye West's controversial new album, Donda → Read More

RushTok Is a Mesmerizing Viral Trend. It Also Amplifies Sororities’ Problems With Racism

The viral popularity of sorority girls in Alabama on TikTok is a poignant reminder of Greek life's issues with race and class. → Read More

Billie Jean King Reflects on Her Legacy and New Memoir 'All In'

Tennis legend Billie Jean King discusses athletes’ struggles with mental health, the fight for equal pay and her new memoir, "All In." → Read More

Everything We Know About Kanye West's Album Donda

The rapper's long-awaited tenth studio album appears to be nearing completion; it features Jay-Z and touches on West's divorce → Read More

Here Are the 11 New Books You Should Read in August

Heartbreaking short story collections, buzzy thrillers and a sweet new rom-com → Read More

How Space Jam: A New Legacy Stacks Up Against the Original

LeBron James vs. Michael Jordan, how the soundtracks compare, and which pop culture references hit better. → Read More

A'Ziah 'Zola' King on Making an Authentic Film Adaptation of Her Viral Story—and What Comes Next

The new movie 'Zola' is based on a viral 2015 tweet thread King wrote about a road trip gone wrong. Here, King talks to TIME about maintaining ownership of her story and what she'll do next. → Read More

'Build Your House Around My Body' Offers a Satisfying Story of Possession and Revenge

In Violet Kupersmith's 'Build Your House Around My Body,' bodies and land are possessed with devastating and heartbreaking consequences. → Read More

What Will Be 2021's Song of the Summer?

Is this Olivia Rodrigo's year? Are Doja Cat and SZA closing in? We discuss the likeliest outcomes. → Read More

The Kardashians' Legacy of Blackfishing and Appropriation

'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' is ending. Their exploitation of Black women’s aesthetics continues. → Read More

'Bachelor' Fans Respond to Chris Harrison’s Reported 8-Figure Parting Deal

Chris Harrison is permanently exiting his role as the host of 'The Bachelor' and 'Bachelorette' franchise after a racism controversy. → Read More

How Kids Perceive Racism in the U.S., According to a New Study by Sesame Workshop

A new study released by Sesame Workshop found that 86% of children in the U.S. believe Americans are treated unfairly because of race. → Read More

36 New Books You Need to Read This Summer

From Casey McQuiston's 'One Last Stop' to Ashley C. Ford's 'Somebody's Daughter,' here are the 36 best new reads for the summer season. → Read More

Who Gets to Wear a Headscarf? The Complicated History Behind France's Latest Hijab Controversy

To understand the controversy over the hijab in France means looking at the deep history behind the debate. → Read More

How Communities of Color Have Found Strength, Joy and Comfort in a Year Like No Other

Meet five BIPOC community pods that served as vital support systems during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More