The Parts of Stephen King’s It the Movie Shouldn’t Have Omitted (No, Not the Child Sex Orgy)

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The War on Drugs’ New Album Doesn’t Reinvent the Wheel. Instead, It Nearly Perfects It.

Slate 24 August 2017

Rumble Explores the Influence of Native Americans on Rock. Turns Out It’s Too Big for One Movie.

Slate 18 August 2017

UVA Is a Deeply Imperfect Place. Last Night’s Vigil Was the School at Its Best.

Slate 17 August 2017

Jay Z’s Juicy New Album Is Both His Best in Years and a Savvy Hustle

Slate 1 July 2017

With His New Album Big Fish Theory, Vince Staples Proves He’s Big Enough for Any Pond

Slate 26 June 2017

Mobb Deep’s Prodigy Was Hip-Hop’s Greatest Poet of Fear

Slate 21 June 2017

The Trouble with Building a Rock-Writing Canon

New Yorker 8 June 2017

Sgt. Pepper Came Out 50 Years Ago This Week. The Timing Was As Perfect As the Album.

Slate 24 May 2017

The Cavs and Warriors Are Undefeated, but the NBA Playoffs Belong to Isaiah Thomas

Slate 10 May 2017

Drake’s More Life Is Drake’s Best Album Because It Has the Least Drake

Slate 22 March 2017

Chuck Berry Didn’t Just Invent Rock and Roll. He Perfected It.

Slate 19 March 2017

Could Anti-Trump Americans Make YG’s “FDT (F— Donald Trump)” the No. 1 Song in the Country?

Slate 22 February 2017

How and Why to Root for the New England Patriots in the Age of Trump

Slate 3 February 2017

My Two Favorite Albums of the Year Came From the Same City

Slate 29 December 2016

The Greatest Creative Run in the History of Popular Music

Slate 18 December 2016

Wonder Week Is a Toast to StevieÐand All the Artists Who Inspire Us

Slate 18 December 2016

This New Doc About the Invention That Changed Music Is a Must-Watch for Music Nerds

Slate 16 December 2016

On A Tribe Called Quest’s First Album in 18 Years, Its Music Is, Amazingly, as Timely as Ever

Slate 14 November 2016

Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant Are the Brangelina of the NBA

Slate 7 November 2016