How major architects of the 1980s and early 1990s brought a new fantastic point of view to the Walt Disney Company's buildings.
How society disproportionately demonizes women after they've bent the same rules that men have always broken.
The fantasy series was gold for nearly every person, place, and broadcaster involved. But who came out on top?
With the photorealistic remake of ‘The Lion King’ coming to theaters this week, we went back and made the case for the best songs that have ever been in a Mouse House animated film
How did the once-ubiquitous star of "Home Improvement" and "The Lion King" fade into oblivion? We investigated.
I'd never considered trying to date someone who lived in another country. That is, until watching — inhaling is really the correct word — TLC's reality-TV trashterpiece "90 Day Fiancé."
Contemplating the way women's and men's time is valued and the uneven burden taken by women writers in literary citizenship.
The search for capital-T Truth is a futile but alluring one.
Viewed according to the logic of 21st-century fantasy culture, Disney doesn't just suddenly own all the properties. It owns all the mythologies.
Do teens even know what a landline is? Kevin (An adult) tests his assumptions about teens.
Every year, members of the Gold Prospectors Association of America pack up their RVs in search of adventure, friendship, and a bucketful of pay dirt.
With his June 30 coming-out tweet, Lil Nas X further challenged conventional wisdom on hip hop and found a way to link together conversations on homophobia, racism and music-industry gatekeeping.
We spoke to people who told us how the QAnon conspiracy theory ruined their marriage, turned their parents into completely different people, and otherwise made their lives miserable.
For $2,000, you get a short ceremony and a small cake.
The video giant's recent travails underscore a basic question: How "neutral" should social-media platforms try to be?
Driven by a need to find community and speak freely about our lives, trans folks were able to find each other online.
The return of a vanquished disease reflects historical amnesia, declining faith in institutions and a troubling lack of concern for the public good.
Networks are having trouble finding high-profile emcees to host these glitzy galas. Why? Insiders say there are too many reasons to count.
Windows may be the winner now, but it was a cultural nonentity in 1985.
Each week, The Wall Street Journal offers its readers the choice between envy and schadenfreude.
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