Is "Who Let the Dogs Out" proof that time travel exists? Or that telepathy is real? Is it just an earworm infinitely floating through space and time? These questions and more as we uncover the origin of the Baha Men's biggest hit.
On her Grammy-winning album Folklore, Taylor Swift regales listeners with a tale of the eccentric dance patron and philanthropist Rebekah Harkness — who once owned Swift's Watch Hill, Rhode Island mansion (aptly named "Holiday House"). But there are way too many peculiarities to Rebekah's story than could ever fit within 3 minutes and 50 seconds. That's where we come in. From fish tanks filled with Scotch to missing bodily remains — with appearances from Salvador Dali, LBJ, and B.K.S. Iyengar along the way — our detailed retelling of Rebekah's life and death has got a little something for everyone.
Last summer, 32 years after its release, streams of N.W.A's "Fuck Tha Police" surged nationwide in the wake of the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis Police. Here, Lindsay and Aviv recount the story behind the song as depicted in the 2015 movie Straight Outta Compton: Paintball wars, Arsenio Hall, the return of Lindsay Lohan Cool J, separating fact from movie fiction, FBI letters ... and the making of the biggest protest anthem of our time -- and why it's as important as ever.
Blues Traveler's sharp-tongued work of metafiction is the stuff karaoke dreams are made of. Plus! A Twitter-troll nightmare we wish we could forget.
Hosted by Lindsay Tucker & Aviv Rubinstien. Intro compilation by Aviv Rubinstien. Outro music by Bella's Bartok.
We've got the dirt behind Olivia Rodrigo's monster breakout hit "Drivers License" and its followup companion piece, "Déjà vu"—Plus all the teenage Disney drama and TikTok love-triangle theories our little hearts could handle.