B-Side

People have been sitting around musing on the topic of what love and sex do to and for each other since Eryximachus proposed that for the post-feast entertainment in Plato’s “Symposium,” everyone should belt out a little oration in praise of Eros, the god of love.

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Britty Drake’s soft voice cocoons your entire though process and the only think you can pay attention to is the music.

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It’s avant-garde digital comedy at its most bizarre.

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I was doomed before we even finished the video.

Three Daily Arts writers face existential crises while watching “The Graduate.”

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The music video makes a definitive statement about the issue of domestic violence.

Not only do we need to be conscious of the institutional sexism that is constantly working against female candidates; we need to think about what isn’t being said about the male ones.

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“Saturday Night Live” is like your cool old grandpa: sometimes cringe-worthy, but ultimately still kicking and keeping up with the kids.

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Let’s talk about Gwen Stefani — because everyone should be.

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