Bruno Mars brought his 24K Magic Tour to Brooklyn, NY for two nights this weekend and there's no denying that everyone left that venue feeling as if they'd been blessed by a man who was born for the stage.
Ed Sheeran is currently touring stadiums across North America and leaving no room for denial: he can capture audiences in venues of any size with just his voice, guitar, and a loop pedal.
Julissa Arce's memoir, My (Underground) American Dream, reflects on a reality that millions know painfully well and others will never even have to consider simply because of where they were born.
Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds burns straight through to the soul with pulsing verses that are sure to leave you stunned as you follow Will in his grieving desire to make a heavy mistake.
The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo is wondrous. Xiomara stands on her stage and demands that her readers listen to her message.
Anger Is A Gift by Mark Oshiro is a crystal clear reflection of hundreds of stories, ones that immediately come to mind while reading Moss' powerful story.
Reading Diane Guerrero's memoir, In the Country We Love, while living in our current nation amplifies the pain and the strength of this vital fight.
Ariana Grande has dropped her highly anticipated fourth album and *insert every possible cringeworthy Sweetener pun about how dope it is here*.