I Can’t Believe I Used to Like That SongLike few movies before it, Boyhood captures the way we actually experience pop music.
Listen to Our January Music RoundupBeat the chill with our winter playlist, exclusively for Slate Plus members.
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Black MessiahD’Angelo’s first album in 14 years is everything it promised to be, and more.
Bad as They Wanna BeIs the Philadelphia 76ers’ lose-on-purpose approach to team-building ingenious or morally bankrupt?
Now Is the Time to InventThe legacy (and the return) of Sleater-Kinney, which was once the best rock band in America.
Good Times Bad TimesModern rock didn’t start with Dylan or the Beatles. It started with Zeppelin.
Game of Thrones Isn’t Just Great FunIt’s great, period. And it should change how we think about television.
Draft DayWhy did the NFL—America’s most obsessively image-conscious sports league—allow this catastrophe to happen?
Rhyme and PunishmentProsecutors are using rap lyrics as evidence in criminal trials. That needs to stop.
L.A. KingsSchoolboy Q, the latest West Coast MC to make a powerful claim to the hip-hop throne.
Download De La Soul’s Entire Catalog for Free. Here Are the 10 Perfect Songs for Valentine’s Day.
He Never Touches the BallsTom Brady may be the handsome face of the Pats, but the team’s heart and soul belong to defensive tackle Vince Wilfork.
Listen to Our October Music RoundupYour autumn playlist to put on repeat, exclusively for Slate Plus members.
The Beatles. Bob Dylan. Biggie Smalls.Why the rapper belongs in the company of pop’s most influential artists.
The Last Day of the Old NBA With one sweeping move, Adam Silver paved the way for a new, better league.
Yes, This Was a Big DealThoughts on Jason Collins' historic debut as an openly gay NBA player.
The Walking Dead Podcast Listen to an early release of Slate's recap of Episode 12, "Remember."
The Abyss of Bones Kazuo Ishiguro’s first novel in 10 years is a sad, remarkable fantasy story set in Arthurian England.
Striking the Balance on Artificial Intelligence We need to be cautious about A.I. But that doesn’t mean you should fear it.