The Women’s March in NYC the day after the Inauguration was monumental. By now you’ve heard about the unity, solidarity, and strength felt by many as they participated in the march with hundreds of thousands of other similarly-outraged people–250,000 people, approximately–and millions more in cities across the country and the
JFK airport erupted this weekend as Trump’s travel ban left many across the globe stranded or facing the mid-air shock that upon landing they would be placed in detainment instead of with loved ones. Here’s how it happened and an investigation into what so many new border walls, both concrete and
Created by Bartenders against Nazi’s, inspired by neo-fascist Richard B. Spencer getting punched in the face
Ahhh… there’s nothing like waking up to a good Boycott Uber movement. This morning my Twitter and Facebook were lit up with denunciations of Uber. Hashtag Delete Uber. The joy of seeing their louche brand dragged through the mud is always exhilarating. But fleeting. Like every other wave of public outrage
1. Perform condescending grammar and/or spelling checks on random people’s internet posts. This is one of the most popular and, I assume, effective approaches. Don’t agree with something someone says online? Meticulously run it through spell check. Nothing gets your point across like condescendingly reminding someone they missed a hyphen.
History is a tricky thing. It’s rare that you can perceive the exact moment a cultural shift occurs while it’s actually happening. Usually the slow, steady, relentlessness of time obscures the importance of events, and it’s not until you look back that you realize “That! That was the moment everything
Cupid’s Undie Run is two things: The opportunity to raise and/or donate money to charity, the Children’s Tumor Foundation, and fund research to end neurofibromatosis. The chance to party with thousands of coeds running in their underwear through the streets of over three dozen cities on Valentine’s weekend. Sounds like
The only thing Donald Trump loves almost as much as he loves himself is money. His name is synonymous with rapacious, hyper-capitlistic, wealth accumulation…and well, whatever the opposite of accumulation is (ahem…how many bankruptcies?). He’s so associated with money that if you woke up from a 30 year coma an