Joined: Jan 10, 2017
A veteran of writing about culture for a decade, Scott Beggs's writing appears at Vanity Fair, Nerdist, IndieWire and more. His fiction appears at Mulholland Books' Popcorn Fiction and Adventitious.net. He wants to be Buster Keaton's best friend.
Bruce Springsteen's 'Born in the U.S.A.' isn't the patriotic anthem you think it is, and it turns out that 'Gangnam Style' has a real message behind it.
Dr. Maya Angelou’s verses are at the very heart of the American experience—yet she didn’t start out as a poet.
W.E.B. Du Bois co-founded the NAACP—and was a victim of McCarthyism.
You don’t need to be a smark to appreciate these pro wrestling slang terms (but it might help).
The history of Groundhog Day stretches back hundreds of years. But, as it turns out, the furry animal isn’t the best at getting the forecast right.
'Goodfellas,' Martin Scorsese's modern gangster classic, has been called the director's best movie. Others have called it the best movie—period.
Renaissance man Gordon Parks made an indelible mark on nearly every art form in midcentury America, from photography to filmmaking.
Whether you’re shopping on a budget or looking for last-minute presents, these great holiday gifts under $50 should do the trick.
'The White Lotus' was originally slated to be a one-season miniseries, but the Mike White-created dark comedy has proved to be an enormous hit, and has just been renewed for a third season.
Think you're a real Jerichoholic? Here are 10 fast facts you might not have known about Chris Jericho, wrestling's preeminent sports entertainer.
The best gifts for co-workers strike the right balance between familiarity and professionalism.
In 2009, James Cameron broke his own 'Titanic' box office record with 'Avatar'—a boundary-pushing CGI feature that promptly made $2.9 billion at the box office.