The problem with hologram tours, and why a Whitney Houston hologram only makes her death feel worse

The problem with hologram tours, and why a Whitney Houston hologram only makes her death feel worse

The problem with hologram tours, and why a Whitney Houston hologram only makes her death feel worse Author Michael Arceneaux discusses the news that Whitney Houston is the latest deceased music icon to be turned into a performing hologram for profit—another heartbreaking instance of her being taken advantage of by family, even in death. In…

Giving birth didn’t ease my “baby blues.” It made me suicidal

Giving birth didn’t ease my “baby blues.” It made me suicidal

Giving birth didn’t ease my “baby blues.” It made me suicidal Motherhood—and mothers’ voices—should be celebrated every day. But that also means having conversations about the complexities of parenting. In our weekly series, “Millennial Moms,” writers discuss the simultaneously beautiful and daunting responsibilities of motherhood through the lens of their millennial experiences. Here, we’ll be…

Mindy Kaling’s Late Night celebrates individuality in a cutthroat industry—an empowering message for humor writers like me

Mindy Kaling’s Late Night celebrates individuality in a cutthroat industry—an empowering message for humor writers like me

Mindy Kaling’s Late Night celebrates individuality in a cutthroat industry—an empowering message for humor writers like me I write jokes for a living. Well, I also write food reviews, local features, and technical content about cloud computing (I’m fun), but my income these days is about 65 percent jokes. As a humor writer with the…