Watch Everything You SayMiranda July’s novel is a brilliant document of our age of managed sharing.
Is It Too Late For Al Pacino?Phil Spector suggests he might never regain his rightful place at the center of Hollywood.
Beginning To SeeThe music and cultural critic Ellen Willis’ essays were long arcs toward an answer she never reached.
“Like a King That Orders One Thing Then Orders the Opposite Thing”Why does James Franco make people so angry?
It’s the Lifetime Movies That Got SmallLiz and Dick isn’t half as weird, alas, as the actual Liz and Dick.
Ringling Brothers Says It Will Stop Using Elephants in Its Circus Act After Years of Animal-Abuse Allegations
What We Like Right Now Our favorite picks for the week of March 2, curated by Slate writers and editors.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Netflix’s new Tina Fey comedy may be the new 30 Rock—with an even bigger heart.
If You Thought the Net Neutrality Debate Was Resolved, You Were Impressively Optimistic