Media / Sites Filter
  1. The Village Voice

    Here, you’ll find the archives for the widely acclaimed Village Voice, the United States’ first alternative weekly newspaper, covering counter-culture from 1955 to 2018.

    Art
  2. BBC America

    BBCAmerica.com allows fans to get caught up on all their favorite BBC America shows, including full episodes of Top Gear, Doctor Who, Luther, The Last Kingdom, and Orphan Black.

    Animals
  3. Variety

    From entertainment news to film, TV, and music reviews and much more: you’ll find it all at Variety’s official website.

    Film
  4. Truthout

    Truthout is a nonprofit dedicated to independent news and commentary that reveals “systemic injustice while providing a platform for transformative ideas, investigative reporting, and progressive analysis.”

    Commentary
  5. The Adverts 250 Project

    Every day, The Adverts 250 Project highlights ads from Colonial America, shedding light on the era’s material culture and everyday life, and showing the pervasive presence of slavery in 18th-century advertising.

    Business
  6. Graphique Fantastique

    Natasha (Tasha) Nuttall is a graphic designer in London, UK, and on Graphique Fantastique she shares career advice for aspiring designers as well as snapshots of her work and the things that inspire her creative process.

    Art
  7. IndieWire

    IndieWire is an online publication covering film and TV, with a constant flow of news, reviews, and interviews for passionate fans and industry insiders.

    Culture
  8. George Lakoff

    The blog of George Lakoff, professor of cognitive science and linguistics at the University of California at Berkeley and author of the influential book on how language influences public policy, Don’t Think of an Elephant.

    Culture
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  9. Futurism

    A leading web destination for the latest news, infographics, and videos on the science and technology that are shaping our future, from artificial intelligence and robotics to virtual reality.

    Culture
  10. PressThink

    “Having a space that’s mine on the web — pressthink.org — is for me indistinguishable from owning my own printing press and hosting my own discussion forum.” Jay Rosen’s redesigned space includes a “board” for slow blogging and constantly shifting thoughts.

    Commentary
  11. Design.blog

    Curated by the designers and design lovers at Automattic, Design.blog is a collection of stories by leading voices in technology, science, and art.

    Culture
  12. Reductress

    A satirical women’s magazine, Reductress takes on the outdated perspectives and condescending tone of popular women’s media, through the eyes of the funniest women in comedy today. Also, we want people to think we’re pretty.

    Humor
  13. Screen Rant

    Screen Rant is one of the web’s biggest independent sites for entertainment news, reviews, and features, catering to casual watchers and movie and television buffs alike.

    Film
  14. Open Culture

    From movies and audiobooks to courses in numerous disciplines, Open Culture is one of the web’s biggest hubs for free cultural and educational media.

    Culture
  15. Deadline

    At Deadline, a WordPress.com VIP site, you’ll find Hollywood and media news and commentary.

    Film