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HBO's dramatic retelling of Brexit posits that a shadowy consultant, an angry populace and misleading data are all it takes to throw a country into disarray. Click the link in our bio to read how ‘Brexit’ explains Britain’s political chaos — and ours.Photograph by Nick Wall

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Janis Joplin was born 76 years ago today. The singer wasn't just a great woman in rock — she created a whole world of possibility for women in music. Her voice was wild and uninhibited yet still focused and deliberate — especially on notable tracks like "Piece of My Heart," "Cry Baby" and "Me and Bobby McGee." Tap the link in our bio to read why she’s one of the greatest artists of all time. Photograph by Walter Daran

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In our latest interview, Samuel L. Jackson discusses his return to the ‘Unbreakable’ franchise with 'Glass.' "We saw seven personalities in the first movie, but in this one, we get to maybe fifteen or sixteen, which is awesome," he says. "They also have their own body mannerisms, which is like, how do you keep up with that shit?" Click the link in our bio to read the entire interview and our review of the film. Photograph by Jessica Kourkounis

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Glenn Frey died three years ago today. The music he made in the Eagles is some of the most beloved and successful in rock history. He was a triple threat phenom: a gifted guitar player, dazzling singer and powerful songwriter. Check out 20 of his essential songs at the link in our bio. Photograph by Gijsbert Hanekroot

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'Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened' utilizes astonishing behind-the-scenes footage of Fyre Festival and interviews with many of the principals to show what happens when you sell the sizzle, not the steak. It’s equally a time capsule, a dark comedy and a horror movie that exposes festival head Billy McFarland’s most selfish, hubristic instincts. In our new interview, director Chris Smith discusses how Fyre turned into a disaster, employee PTSD and the scene that made his jaw drop. Head to the link in our bio to read the entire interview.

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Chris Cornell’s friends and family offered up many heartfelt tributes at Los Angeles’ Forum last night. Soundgarden, Audioslave, Metallica, Dave Grohl, Josh Homme, Miley Cyrus and Fiona Apple lead the five-hour show. “Sometimes Chris Cornell would sing a note that didn’t exist,” Jack Black told the sold-out crowd. “Sometimes [he] would sing a note that was between two real notes, and it would open a portal into another dimension. You know that wasn’t just some studio magic.” Click the link in our bio to read our report. Photograph by @Keilenphotography

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Telaportative fridges, a Flintstones-style mastodon skeleton marimba, impromptu trapeze shows — it’s all commonplace in the House of Eternal Return, a 20,000-square-foot, wormhole-riddled art playhouse from Meow Wolf. In our latest feature, we look at how the scrappy Santa Fe, New Mexico, art-collective-turned-conglomerate — who counts Wayne Coyne and George R.R. Martin as fans — is taking over the world one insane, colorful and trippy project at a time. Head to the link in our bio to read the entire story. Photograph by @KateRussellphoto

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Tekashi 6ix9ine was SoundCloud rap’s most notorious star, but the instincts that made him huge may put him in prison for life. In our new feature, we go inside the rise and fall of a hip-hop supervillain. “He is the Donald Trump of the music industry,” says Elliot Grainge, the CEO of Tekashi’s label. Click the link in our bio to read the full story. Photograph by @Paolo.Fortades

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Superheroes, sequels and Martin Scorsese reteaming with Robert De Niro. Live-action Disney redos, Stephen King adaptations, franchise kick-offs and the end of a galaxy-far-far-away trilogy. At a glance, the next 12 months of movies looks like it’s going to be a wild, wild ride. Head to the link in our bio to see our list of the 50 most anticipated movies of 2019.

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Dolores O’Riordan died a year ago today. In our 2018 feature, we go inside the Cranberries singer's final days. “Dolores had a lot of things going on in her life over the past 10 years — good and bad,” says Cranberries co-founder Noel Hogan. “But what made Dolores connect with people was her honesty. What you saw was what you got.” Click the link in our bio to read the full story. Photograph by Bob Berg

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If the constant deluge of programming in the Peak TV era is starting to make viewing feel like a chore… snap out of it! From a revival of ‘Deadwood’ to the return of ‘Stranger Things,’ we rounded up the 40 most anticipated shows of the year. Tap the link in our bio to see the entire list.

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Happy birthday Dave Grohl! Since the early Nineties, he has played in Nirvana and the Foo Fighters, directed a documentary about Los Angeles’ famed Sound City Studios, created a TV series for HBO and even rocked the Acropolis. But that evidently hasn’t been enough for the hyper-energetic multi-instrumentalist, who has also guest-starred with dozens of artists. Head to the link in our bio to check out 21 of his best cameo appearances. Photograph by Steve Double

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