Embed from Getty Images In 1935, a Jewish reporter from Chicago went to Germany in the hopes of interviewing Adolph Hitler.
This past week we gave you a look at what people thought of Kim Kardashian’s stance on young blood transfusions, Coachella’s strongest fits and yet another unsurprising violation from Kodak Black.
Another week and we’re back with the highlights from Highsnobiety’s new shopping channel, What Drops Now.
— Art married late in life, for his generation. He and Kathryn were in their mid-30s when they met, fell madly in love and married.
Embed from Getty Images There’s no shortage of think-pieces about racism, or racially insensitive gimmicks, in wrestling, but little ever seems to be done about it in terms of activism by African-American leaders.
At times it feels like a full-time job just keeping up to date with the news. Political events, wars, new music, new stuff to spend your money on — there’s more distractions than ever out there.
Another week and we’re back with the highlights from our series showcasing some of the best sneaker photos we come across on Instagram each week.
Visit the original post to see all 5 images from this gallery. Brand: Nike Model: Air More Uptempo “Scottie Pippen PE” Key Features: Bold, side-panel “Air” branding and the model’s heavily detailed tooling system.
Embed from Getty Images — Alexander Yarde recently wrote, “Toxic masculinity is not women’s fault.” It was even bolded, lest people miss it, and it followed Yarde placing the heavy lifting of repairing the problem on “cis straight men.” A few months ago, I wrote about toxic masculinity, myself.
Without a shadow of a doubt, Ja Rule’s Fyre Festival could not have gone any worse. Somewhat akin to something out of Lord of the Flies, the utterly disastrous festival has been receiving a lot of media attention as of late, from the man himself getting roasted on Twitter, to “entrepreneur” and festival organizer, Billy McFarland, stating that they were “a little naive.” As if the barrage of media abuse wasn’t enough, Seth Rogen just took to Twitter in association with The Lonely Island to hint at a parody movie, “about a music festival that goes HORRIBLY WRONG.” Despite appearing little more than pure coincidence for the time being, it will be exciting to see if the latest parody actually takes after the events at Fyre.
. You wait with bated breath For the star of the show to appear Slender tendrils of condensation Fingers going numb Are mere distractions.
As if something less than impressive was to be expected from John Mayer, the American singer-songwriter has received the backing of Virgil Abloh’s brand, OFF-WHITE, in light of his latest “CONTROLLED DANGER” project with Dave Chappelle.
Embed from Getty Images Anyone who doesn’t believe in White Privilege has never driven through a Border Patrol checkpoint.
We’re back with another roundup of the 10 Best #Snobshots of the week. If you are unfamiliar with Snobshots, it’s our global street style roundup, highlighting the best in user-submitted images.
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Pope Francis giving a TED talk. TED Conference, CC BY-NC Massimo Faggioli, Villanova University Pope Francis gave a talk at the TED international conference, which brings in influential speakers, in Vancouver on the evening of Tuesday, April 25.
(This was a much nicer camper setup than the one we had.) Gina Crosley-Corcoran grew up in the type of poverty Americans like to pretend doesn’t exist, so it was hard for her to believe she had any privilege. – Years ago, some feminist on the internet told me I was “Privileged.” “THE FUCK!
As the mists part momentarily, form is revealed from formlessness. Now the watchers are revealed, sitting immutably atop the High Sierra.
RSVP for #StopSexism Weekly Calls When I graduated from college, I moved to New York City. This was not the brave If I Can Make it There, I’ll Make it Anywhere stance you might be imagining.
— RSVP for Weekly Calls on The Disposability of Men It’s a brave new world, this Netflix. Recently, Netflix produced a series based on Jay Asher’s best-selling young-adult novel Thirteen Reasons Why.