Hayley Brundige

Hayley Brundige is a writer and forever-intern based in Brooklyn until she is summoned back to Tennessee, where she studies journalism and public policy. She might use you to get closer to your dog.


Michael Phelps's Gold Medals Weigh 14.6 Lbs and Other Stats

The legendary Olympian's career through the numbers. 


This Temporary Tattoo Can Control Your Smartphone


Frank Ocean Hype Shoots 2012's 'Channel Orange' to No. 146

'Boys Don't Cry' isn't even out and people are going nuts.


Kenny Baker, the Man Behind R2-D2, Has Died at 83

Baker was responsible for the droid's controls and sounds


Get Excited for Thatcherite, Pill-Popping Mayhem

In Wellington Wells, you're either a Downer or a Joy-taker. 


TBS’s 'Storyville' Will Re-Animate Celebrity Life

We're excited.


Why John Oliver Brought Usher, Sheryl Crow, Cyndi Lauper Together

Usher, Cyndi Lauper, and Josh Groban don't want their music played at your campaign stop. 


'The Get Down' Part One Comes to Netflix August 12

Baz Luhrmann and Nas will bring the South Bronx in the 1970s back to life.


Netflix Adds 11 "Slow TV" Titles for August 2016

Netflix puts slow television on the world stage.


'Into The Forest’ Imagines An Apocalypse of Memory, Technology

Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood take on a continent-wide blackout.


Illustrator Arielle Jovellanos Talks Hamilton and Avengers Fan Art

She met Leslie Odom Jr. She has proof.


A Short History of the Police's Weird Relationship With 'Pokemon GO'

It's a love/hate kind of thing. 


Your Netflix Subscription Just Got a Little Pricier

Say goodbye to the good ol' days of $7.99. 


Wesley Allsbrook And The Glowing Intersection Of Fine Art and Technology

"[Some say] technology is cheating and art is work."


5  New Netflix Series to Get Excited About

From Marvel's 'Luke Cage' to Baz Luhrmann's 'The Get Down,' there's plenty to choose from. 


7 Comedy Shows to Binge This Summer, from 'Angie Tribeca' to 'Bojack Horseman'

Spend a couple hours with these low-commitment comedies. 


Supreme Court Strikes Down the Junk Science Behind Texas Anti-Abortion Law HB 2

Texas couldn't provide evidence that the bill would help "even one woman" get better treatment. 


Julia Griffin's Art Illuminates Dark Corners of Fantasy Worlds

Julia Griffin talks fairy tales, a fertility goddess, and the need for a little darkness. 


The Best of Netflix's July 2016 New Releases

Oh, and now you can watch all three 'Back to the Future' movies.