Kati Heng plays Kim Kardashian: Hollywood so you don’t have to.
Kati Heng takes a frustrated look at the way seemingly all female experience is categorized into types on TV shows and movies.
Kati Heng interviews cartoonist Bob Schofield about his upcoming book of beautiful strangeness, The Inevitable June.
Kati Heng argues that it’s time to embrace liking whatever you like, even Taylor Swift.
Kati Heng listens for the first time to the Spice Girls’s debut (1996’s Spice), trying to get a contemporary read on the manufactured 90s Girl Power band.
Kati Heng ranks the various Starbucks of Chicago that she’s patronized, starring chai tea, bread, and beer.
Kati Heng tries to get her bearings on the disrupting force that is Miley Cyrus.
Kati Heng wrestles with The Bachelor and why the pleasures it offers might be more than mere candy.
Kati Heng writes about how Tavi Gevinson’s Rookie might be the best magazine not just for teen women but all women.