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This Week’s Music: Caroline Polachek, Jonas Brothers And Mark Ronson

This week's column features Caroline Polachek's first single, the wildest Reggaeton and Pop combination you can think of and the release of Mark Ronson's much awaited record.

Meme Of The Week: Taylor Swift’s ‘You Need To Calm Down’...

This week, with the release of a new single and an accompanying music video, Taylor Swift fans and haters have had tons to talk about and fight over.

Survey Discovers People Wear AirPods During Sex

TickPick, an online ticketing service, conducted a survey of 1,000 people who are sexually active and found that 17% of them like to keep their little pods in when having sex.

This Week’s Music: Taylor Swift, Jai Paul And The Chemical Brothers

This Week’s Music is a weekly column that discusses the week’s best, worst, and most interesting songs. We try to select songs of different...

Will Testing Potential Employees For Marijuana Become A Thing Of The...

In a historic move, Nevada employers will no longer be able to deny jobs to candidates that test positive for marijuana drug tests.

This Week’s Music: Róisín Murphy, Bon Iver And Jonas Brothers

This week's column features Róisín Murphy's new single, Bon Iver's return and the much awaited release of the Jonas Brothers' new album.

Swan Song: Apple Is Finally Closing iTunes

After two decades of iTunes having a key placement within Apple devices, the company will now replace it with three separate apps for all Mac laptops.

This Week’s Music: Sleater-Kinney, Rosalia And Camila Cabello

This week's column features Sleater-Kinney's collaboration with St. Vincent, Rosalia's last single and Camila Cabello's new pop anthem. Have a listen!

This Week’s Music: Madonna, Kelsey Lu And Clairo

This week's column features Madonna's collaboration with Swae Lee, Kelsey Lu and Skrillex awesome collaboration and Clairo's lead single of her upcoming album.

This Week’s Music: Gracey, Adam Lambert And Halsey

This week's column features Gracey's new song, Adam Lambert's last music video and Halsey's first solo single of the year.