By: Mar-Li Pitcher It’s a Tuesday afternoon. You’ve got your latte in hand and you’re ready to take over the world, one downward facing dog at a time. 1. You’re Fearless Yoga pants don’t exactly leave a lot to the imagination. But you don’t care about that, do you? You’ve
We are back with a new episode of Weird & Wonderful w/ Broke-Ass Stuart! This time around we recorded in my kitchen and because of that Sonny roped in my roommate Quincy to tell everyone what it’s like living with me. You will get some serious chuckles out of it.
On March 31st the internationally celebrated media franchise known as Mobile Armored Riot Police in Japan, finally makes it’s big screen debut in the states. The highly anticipated film adaptation of Ghost In The Shell – named after the subtitle of the first serialized classic anime novel – is expected
After a brief hiatus, the “In Translation” series returns with one of the lesser known Middle Eastern regions. This week’s installment focuses on Libyan literature. Once you’re done with their selection, you can ponder that ostensibly silly question “what defines a national literature”? After all, several of the authors presented
By: Jonas Barnes I remember watching my first porno way before I’d ever even seen a vagina that wasn’t my aunts, as she walked across the room with her robe open. I was about 16 years old, and I had broken into my dad’s porn stash. I saw the regular
Guest Post By: Jesse McGrath I am a public school teacher. You probably already knew that because of the title of the thing you are reading, or because you follow me on social media, or maybe because you have been in the same room as me for longer than four minutes,
Are you a robot? Probably not, but take a test: look around your place of work. How many of your co-workers are actual people – as opposed to virtual people you only ever meet via email, co-working platforms and an occasional conference call? The machines are taking over the world.