The man who gave us Gossip Girl is back with Nancy Drew and Looking For Alaska, two new shows for the high school crowd he knows so well.
Art TavanaThe fact that a 43-year-old white guy can better communicate to teenagers of all colors than any other person in Hollywood is proof that your identity should never be used to determine if you can create art about a group you don't belong to.
They’re less likely than millennials to be okay with being reachable at all times.
Art TavanaOne of the coolest things about Gen Z nihilism is that studies show us that they are highly pessimistic about the social importance of technology. They can't put down their phones, but they don't give a shit about using them to advance the discourse.
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LeBron James has been silent on the matter of China throwing a massive temper tantrum over Rockets general manager Daryl Morey tweeting and deleting a limp slogan in support of pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong. With the NBA spasming and losing...
Dorothy Parker, 1956.
At the time of this interview, Mrs. Parker was living in a midtown New York hotel. She shared her small apartment with a youthful poodle that had the run of the place and had caused it to look, as Mrs. Parker said...