Ellen Waddell uses Star Trek: The Next Generation to explore her complicated relationship with her dad.
I went to this year's Attitude Pride Awards to find out if these kinds of events are segregationist, or if they still highlight the kind of LGBT role models society needs.
The paper describes how vampires, though living ordinary lives, are extremely tired. In order to revive their energy, they need to find people who are willing to let them drink their blood. Unfortunately, the world isn't quick to accept that.
The skeletal girls in it bowed before a mysterious leader known as "the goddess of emaciation."
A water truck secretly siphoned water from a fire hydrant and drove it back to Selleck's ranch, the Calleguas Municipal Water District claims.
Expanding Underground service to run all night could end up making you work more, rather than party harder.
It turns out getting old sucks, and we should be way more concerned with it than we are right now.
In their fifth season, the duo deploy their brand of incisive, racially deft comedy with anger translators, trigger-happy cops, and a magical land called "Negrotown" where "you can wear your hoodie and not get shot."
If these guys can proudly wander around central London dressed like sad cat-humans, why should I give a shit about what anyone thinks of me?
Jealous? 38 flawless stories of Beyoncé will be built in Melbourne. Countdown to move-in day starts now.
We caught up with the eminent publisher turned debut novelist to talk about the real-life figures who inspired 'Muse' and the experience of editing and being edited.
Before there was Ted, there was Mr. Wiggles, another drunken teddy bear whose author has now written a comic guide for middle schoolers.
As his new book comes out, i-D catches up with the photographer about his stunningly spontaneous work.
Beer, fueling your car and social life since 2015.
At least things worked out for him on the beer pong table—his opponent left for the hospital mid-game, and a forfeit counts as a win.
Roughly 146 million people suffer from at least one body-focused repetitive behavior, such as obsessive skin picking or hair pulling. Why isn't more treatment available?
It's called "anting," and lots of birds do it.
"Politics, after all, isn't just Bushes and Clintons but also Harvey Milks and Hunter S. Thompsons."
Could you pull it off? Could you actually check everything off the BuzzFeed bucket list, and if so, how long would it take?
We talked with Stephen Witt, author of the book How Music Got Free, about finding the patient zero of album leaks. Or, as Witt describes him, "the guy who destroyed the music industry to afford to put souped-up rims on his car."
If you look at True Detective's second season as its own eccentric beast instead of a failed reprisal of its first season, it just might charm you.
Having lost my dad suddenly at the age of four, I developed a strong bond with the bizarre, anarchic character that bordered on a kind of remote surrogacy.
In this new, original series we hang out with disability advocate and comedian Andre Arruda as he talks about the way people treat him, how he copes with assholes, and where he finds the humor in life's various obstacles.
Israel's greatest vegetarian short-story writer was in New York City—and he was hungry.