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The AtlanticEntertainment Dec 17, 2016

Our Favorite 31 Songs of 2016

This isn’t a definitive list of the year’s best tracks. It’s an alphabetically ordered selection of songs our staff writers and editors found themselves putting on repeat in 2016. You can listen along with our Spotify playlist.&ldqu... Read full coverage

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The AtlanticPolitics Dec 13, 2016

My President Was Black

“They’re a rotten crowd,” I shouted across the lawn. “You’re worth the whole damn bunch put together.”— F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great GatsbyI. “Love Will Make You Do Wrong”In the waning days of P... Read full coverage

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The AtlanticEntertainment Dec 10, 2016

<em>The Atlantic</em>'s Week in Culture

Don’t MissWhy TV Needs ‘Weak’ Female Characters—Elizabeth Alsop dissects series like Fleabag and Transparent, which show how vulnerability is as important as unlikeability and strength when it comes to portraying fictional wom... Read full coverage

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The AtlanticEntertainment Dec 7, 2016

The Culture Wars in the Grammy Album Nominations

The Grammy nominations will not, alas, fix America’s divisions. Music is more tribalistic, more identity-entangled, than any other popular art form, and so the notion of everyone agreeing on the “best” song or album perpetually seem... Read full coverage

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The AtlanticPolitics Dec 5, 2016

Sometimes There Are More Important Goals Than Civility

In the brushfire wars since Donald Trump won the presidency, skirmishes over how to speak to his coalition of voters have consumed liberals. Leading the vanguard in those conversations is a collection of writers and thinkers of otherwise divergent vi... Read full coverage

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The AtlanticEntertainment Dec 1, 2016

The Anxiety of a <em>Starboy</em>

What a perfect name the Weeknd’s new album has: Starboy. Abel Tesfaye, the 26-year-old Torontonian whose Michael Jackson-like croon and Marquis de Sade-like lyrics have become ubiquitous on the radio in the past few years, says the term is insp... Read full coverage

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People.comEntertainment Nov 23, 2016

From Paris to Breakdown: A Timeline of Kanye West’s Life Leading Up to His Hospitalization

Things have taken a scary turn for Kanye West following a string of headline-making incidents that ultimately lead to the rapper’s tour cancellation and hospitalization Monday. Though famously outspoken, West’s recent actions have be... Read full coverage

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