Each week, Pop Culture Happy Hour guests and hosts share what's bringing them joy. This week: For the Culture, The People Who Report More Stress, Dreaming Whilst Black and Little Fires Everywhere.
The film Dumb Money tells the story of how Game Stop went from the brink of bankruptcy to its emergence as a "meme stock." But the story of how the movie got made is a drama of its own.
Jones says performing stand-up for the first time as a freshman in college felt like putting on a shirt that fit perfectly: "It was just so natural." Her memoir is Leslie F*cking Jones.
The late pop culture icon once said he painted over 30,000 works of art in his lifetime, but it's rare for an authenticated Ross piece to come on the market, let alone one with this much history.
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to culture critic Nelson George about racism and sexism among the gatekeepers of pop culture. An interview by Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner set off the latest firestorm.
Rolling Stone magazine co-founder Jann Wenner is facing criticism for saying that Black and female musicians were not "articulate" enough to be included in his new book.
Have you seen this plane? The U.S. military is looking for an $80 million fighter jet. Officials say a mishap forced the pilot to eject somewhere near Charleston, S.C.
Other people just going about their lives in public are not fodder for your social media. Let's think a little harder about the etiquette of putting pictures and videos of strangers up online.
Each week, Pop Culture Happy Hour guests and hosts share what's bringing them joy. This week: The audiobooks Mythos and Why We Love Baseball, and the new albums Jaguar II and Blame My Ex.