This week in nostalgia history: Dawson’s Creek premieres, Madonna as Evita and more

This week, we cover the Dawson's Creek premiere, an iconic Golden Globe win and a high profile divorce.

The Twilight Renaissance of 2020, the year it stopped being called lame

A life-long Twihard on how TikTok, Tumblr, COVID-19 and a decade of film criticism has helped the series come into its own.

Elizabeth Berkley on Saved by the Bell, caffeine pills and the legacy of Nomi Malone

Berkley is back roaming the halls of Bayside High for the reboot of Saved by the Bell. In this interview, she discusses everything from Jessie’s caffeine pills moment to her vindication in the cult status of Showgirls.

3 drag queens on early influences and their journeys to the stage

Yvie Oddly, Yovska and Kendall Gender open their proverbial time capsules and share the influences and experiences central to their careers in drag.

What is #FreeBritney?

The fan led movement to “free” Britney Spears from her conservatorship, explained.

Donté Colley

Before he was an Instagram sensation, he was a Thomas The Tank Engine enthusiast.

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