The Internet Is Not a Doctor
"The internet is the biggest source of misinformation about mental health that has ever been created," says Dr Robert Epstein, mental health expert and former Psychology Today editor-in-chief.
The man behind the camera for such strange, hilarious shows as Chris Elliott's Eagleheart and Comedy Bang Bang discusses what it's like to work with his heroes.
They bent steel and smashed concrete with their skulls while preaching the word of Christ to massive audiences. Two decades later, the group was bankrupt. What happened?
Religious organisations like XXXChurch, and activists like former adult star Brittni Ruiz, are leading the fight against what they see as the morally corrosive influence of porn.
We spoke to the author of Goliath about how his harsh and uncompromising critiques of Israel have inspired a backlash from across the political spectrum.
Like the ruins of the Coliseum or shuttered drive-in theatres, the ghosts of web 1.0 linger. And scattered throughout that hidden world are the early Internet churches.
News reports on protests that focus on broken windows or a shop's momentary loss of income are missing the broader context of why people take to the streets to demand change.
"Santa Muerta has between 10 and 12 million devotees, and she's only been public for 12 years."
He doesn't have the rights to the show or commitments from the actors, but don't worry about it.