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As the new year promises plenty of new reads to add to your #TBR pile, these are the books we think you’ll like best based on your zodiac sign.
What your music says about your personality.
If you sing karaoke, you’ve probably performed “American Girl.” If you play guitar, you’ve likely strummed “Learning to Fly.”
The bestselling young-adult book by Angie Thomas looks at police violence through the eyes of a teen girl.
The year’s notable fiction, poetry and nonfiction, selected by the editors of The New York Times Book Review.
There’s an unnerving moment in Nicole Krauss’s new novel, “Forest Dark,” when a man in a suit struts to the edge of a wet roof and pulls on a pair of rubber gloves.
Despite “Coachella for old people” baggage, historic event affirmed enduring power of six legendary artists.
A career is medicine is stressful enough for the doctors who see it as a calling. For those who do it because their parents forced them, it could be critical.
A stereotypical doctor doesn’t have piercings or a tattoo, and a stereotypical drummer doesn’t wear scrubs.
All week on Vulture, we’re examining ‘80s pop culture, and how it lives on today.
John Green has written a new young adult novel, his first since “The Fault in Our Stars” (2012), and in some ways it is very much a John Green production.
Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan brave the hurdles of interracial romance in the delightful ‘The Big Sick’
“The Big Sick” begins with a meet-cute, proceeds confidently through flirtation, sex and full-fledged romance, then skids to a halt with a nasty breakup, followed by the kind of dire medical emergency that seems fated to end in reconciliation or grief.
The Netflix series starring Aziz Ansari frequently strays from its protagonist to dive into the lives of characters on the margins.