On the Importance of 1993, Beyoncé’s Hips and Fake Tanner
93 Till Infinity: Vulture explores the idea that 1993 changed the world—including lesser-known facts, like that was the year Moby got his first EarthLink account.
Ravishing Rick: With the news of Richard III’s exhumed bones in a Leicester, England, parking lot, Vanity Fair imagines how that might inform a high schooler’s essay on the eponymous Shakespeare play.
African-Americana: NPR delves deep into Beyoncé’s halftime performance—charting it from its vaudevillian roots to its current-day significance in pop culture and beyond.
But of Kors: GQ gets some timely tips from Michael Kors on playing to your strengths and using fake tanner.
- — Kempt Staff