By Kate Harveston For many of us, the biggest physical challenge during the holiday season is shambling off to the couch to rest our too-full stomachs and fork hands. Sleeping off the turkey and preparing for the dessert course is hard work! However, many people must live with much more
By Conor Coxxx This is an incredibly relevant topic to me as I have just recently luckily received road head so it is fresh in my mind what I would recommend to do and NOT recommend to do. A lot of these tips were applied during a recent scene I
Whether you’re on-the-go without any paraphernalia or you can’t afford a decent piece of glass right now, there are ways to get high without the classic pieces and by instead making use of regular, everyday items you may find around the house
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By Thomas Johnson I consider myself to be lucky, even though I’ve been homeless plenty of times in my life. We didn’t really call it “homeless” back in the late 70s and 80s — we were just “outdoors.” The apartment I have now, I got because of who I knew.
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by Jackson Curtin Across the country, performers are forgoing traditional routes to stage time, opting instead to set up DIY shows. Even network shows like Crashing, Lady Dynamite, and Maron have illustrated how unusual spaces like laundromats, living rooms, and art studios are converted into spaces for artists to hone