‘I’m a Believer’ Is What Being a Teenager Sounds Like

The Monkees didn’t write the song, and most of them didn’t even appear on the track, but it remains an anthem for any young person in love

How Gumby’s Influence Stretches Through Time

Though he no longer has his own TV show, the lively, green clay lad lives on in the hearts and memes of the extremely online

The Government’s Gay Witch Hunt of Pat Patterson

According to previously unreleased documents, the Immigration and Naturalization Service worked tirelessly throughout the 1960s to have the legendary wrestler deported back to his native Canada — all because they suspected he was gay

The Sexual Fluidity and Eternal Cool of the Velvet Underground

Todd Haynes, the director of a great new documentary about the influential 1960s band, discusses the group’s erotic charge, their dismantling of masculinity and why frontman Lou Reed remains a fascinating mystery