It involved talking to a cushion and beating the shit out of an ironing board in a sweaty basement with a chubby guy in his underpants.
I grew up in Elizabeth, where everyone worked at Holden. Now it's a picture of South Australia's economic decline.
Clinics have shut down and patients have been cut loose in what could be a massive backward step in the campaign to make ketamine a registered treatment for mental illness.
A water shortage has some social media users grumbling about the green lawns of the city's 1 percenters.
Evan Eames found a creative solution to the outrageous rent he would have to pay to study in England.
A well-dressed man with glasses in a suit. Tom Cruise. Kidnapping. These are the images I associate with Scientology.
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The Philadelphia-based painter has founded a Juggalette feminist movement called Lette's Respect.
Pro tip, girls: Give a man a wank and make him a sandwich and he'll almost certainly marry you.
We went to England to meet Richard Wallace, whose home is a veritable hoarding Valhalla: ghastly, derelict, oppressive—aesthetically astounding and weirdly cozy.
The paint is specially made to deflect liquid, which means that anyone who dares pee on painted surfaces will get a brutal mist of piss ricocheting back at them.
"We avoid turbulence because it's stressful for passengers," says former military pilot Keith Tonkin, "but for pilots it's just not an issue."
He filmed the whole thing and posted the video on YouTube, because that's what you do when you trespass in a zoo and play with dangerous animals.
More mega-rich are seeking second citizenship in the UK than anywhere else on the planet.
Earlier this month, Usama Ajjan disappeared along with three Spanish journalists in Aleppo. But while the Spaniards made international news, Usama largely did not.
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"Heroin is like Aladdin's lamp: it will make you think that your wishes are coming true, that you are in control of your life."
Bora Kim is raising questions of race, masculinity, and the importance of teenage girls' taste.
Clark invited viewers to help her unravel the Confederate flag in an art gallery, thread by thread.
Some critics are claiming that the recent spate of ISIS-mockery in the West and Arab world may not only be insulting to those whose lives ISIS has upended, but may actually help the group.
When they can't find human blood, sometimes they'll turn to blue-rare steak or Marmite for their fix.
One of America's sharpest cultural commentators delivers a rich, abrasive meditation on the existential quandaries of modern American negro life.
Apparently Heather Tenney's cousin started it because he was mad he couldn't get with her.
Andre also gets into how insulting it is that his scooter is sometimes seen as a toy.