Anthony Randolph's Long Road to Russia
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Be careful, teens. Photo via Flickr user imcomkorea Do you feel that brisk air? As I gaze out my window, there's an indoor palm tree and a box of promotional sex toys blocking my view.
It's time, once again, to marvel at some idiots who don't know how to handle the world: Cry-Baby #1: David William Latham Screencaps via KIROTV The incident: A dog was barking.
Vicki Shelton and her son, Nathan, in front of their West Virginia home. Both suffered chronic health issues from heating their home with coal.
Image via Getty Tomorrow marks the 35th anniversary of the French-organized military coup that ousted the cannibalistic self-proclaimed Emperor of the Central African Republic, Jean-Bédel Bokassa.
Thumbnail photo via Wikipedia Creative Commons In the second installment of the What Happens When You Die podcast, our resident death expert Megan Rosenbloom (whose next edition of the Death Salon lecture series is in San Francisco on October 11th) teaches us about Tibetan sky burials, which includes birds eating your decaying, lifeless corpse.
A Yes Campaign car in Easterhouse, Glasgow. Photo by Richard Gaston “Britain is for the rich, Scotland can be ours,” was one of the slogans of the independence campaign, especially in some of Scotland’s poorest areas.
Screenshot of the Aurora shooter at a hearing via YouTube On July 20, 2012, a man stood up from his seat in a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, that was showing a midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises and opened fire on the audience.
Artificial Sugar Is Still Bad for You
All photos by Jenny Marc High atop a mountain in the very center of Bulgaria sits what was supposed to be the nation’s pride and glory: the House of the Bulgarian Communist Party.
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Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper. Photo via Flickr user primeministergr New documents obtained by VICE show just how the federal government has gone about blocking a bill that would afford human rights protections to trans people as well as their concern with having a “societal debate” over protecting trans people from hate crimes.
The Curious, Stressful Life of a US Military Drone Pilot
Scotland Woke Up to Victory for The British Union
Cambodian surf rock artist Ros Sereysothea When a friend invited me to a “Cambodian surf party” in his run-down Sheffield apartment, I figured he was just being a pretentious idiot.
Why Writing Scathing Yelp Reviews Feels So Good
UK’s Nuclear Missiles Could Be Headed for the US if Scotland Wins Independence
Illustrations by Matt Panuska I spent Saturday night rolling on the floor of a loft apartment in the Prenzlauer Berg neighborhood of Berlin.
Frances Ha is a magnificent film that feels like French New Wave by way of New York City (even though the character does go to France).