The Liars struggle to protect Alii, while deciphering clues from various sources about A.
Across the pond, Robin Thicke’s latest album “Paula” sold a reported 530 copies in its first week. Here are five things that rival that disappointing figure.
In the show’s explosive 100th episode, Ali returns to Rosewood High and the Liars navigate
The girls pull away from Ali. Spencer grows increasingly suspicious of her father. Mona is on a mission.
Ali gets reacquainted with Rosewood. Hanna has an identity crisis. Ezra returns.
The “Blurred Lines” singer made an entire album about his estranged wife. The first track is called “Get Her Back,” but it appears the singer is going about it the wrong way.
What are you sorry for? This Pantene ad will make you think about how often you say “sorry.“
The girl’s return to Rosewood.
Ezra knows who A is, but his fate is unclear. The Liars struggle to trust Ali. And vice versa.
The Australian rapper who doesn’t sound like she’s from Australia at all has riled some people with her vocal style, even as she reaches the top of the charts.
Efforts at university mirror campaigns by students of color at predominantly white colleges across country.
Army in March issued grooming regulations that some claim reflected a racial bias.
‘For Brown Girls’ founder Karyn Washington was an inspiration to many. Her apparent suicide has sparked conversations about depression and mental health among black women.
There was a bomb, alright.
The gladiators teamed up with unlikely allies.
Abby fills in for Olivia. Liv and Rowan set their sights on B613.
New regulations that ban some natural hairstyles have sparked backlash among black women and prompted a White House petition.
Jerry and Karen exist!
The black pilot recalls his Air Force career and serving with the aviation pioneer honored on a new stamp.
A former member of the Tuskegee Airmen talks about his life and a new stamp honoring the African American pilots who made history.
Bethonie Butler is a producer and a reporter on The Post’s engagement team. She oversees online comments and has also contributed to The Root DC and The Style Blog. Before coming to The Post, she was an online editor for LX.TV, NBC Universal’s lifestyle production company. A Maryland native, Bethonie has also written for EW.com and The Providence (R.I.) Journal.