The infamous filmmaker's prose has long been forgotten, but a new collection from OR Books should introduce a generation to Wood's quirks, obsessions, and drunken brilliance.
Scandanavian design firm Snøhetta created some bills that look like works of art and got the internet's attention.
Photographs of some of the countless illustrations on display at Occupy Central.
The modern world has allowed us to become constantly transmitting information beacons. But not all of us use that power for good.
Online dating is rough. My inbox is flooded with messages like "Can I suck a cucumber out of your butt?" and "Biggest dick you've sucked?" Here's some advice: Don't be that guy. Follow this guide instead.
I wanted the rights to Stephen's King's recent sci-fi novel about the JFK assassination, but J. J. Abrams is already adapting the excellent book into an online miniseries. Come on! That guy gets to do everything.
The UK's Office of National Statistics threw some estimates together about how much the country spends on drugs and sex to satisfy a European Union requirement, but the whole report is largely guesswork.
Vinsantos Defonte runs the most intense drag workshop in New Orleans, if not the entire United States, and her students represent all the flavors of the drag rainbow.
"What the hell are you guys doing?" the man who was me yelled at the gang of kids.
For 18 years I was a stubbornly addicted smoker, but I didn't break out of the bad habit until I took a tab of acid with my friend and realized how badly I wanted to leave cigarettes behind.
Lacan was a psychiatrist, an icon, and "the most controversial psychoanalyst since Freud." But that doesn't mean he was a good guy.
Mike Thomas's new book, You Might Remember Me: The Life and Times of Phil Hartman, tells the whole of Hartman's story, from the average-looking face that made his career to the bizarre murder that cut it short.
After years of neglect, a new generation of fans discovered the seminal drama series—which has lead to a third season being greenlit by Showtime after 25 years. Are we forever cursed to be given everything we want until the end of time?
It's 1962, and mother wants me to learn humility. So she takes me away from afternoon cartoons to deliver care packages from the church to families experiencing hardship.
We got advice on life and fighting from a bouncer, a gangster, a hostage negotiator, a drug dealer, a security guard, and a drag queen.
The central historical figure in both Eid al Adha and the hajj is Abraham. The Qur'an does not name the son marked for sacrifice, but Muslim interpretive tradition has favored Ishmael, rather than Isaac, the intended sacrifice in the Biblical version.
People are panicking over "Cloud Nine," a new synthetic drug that has sent dozens of kids to the hospital.
Oh No They Didn't grew from a LiveJournal community to an honest-to-god brand, but the people who run it today have been accused of exploiting the original founders.
According to anthropologist Dimitris Xygalatas, pouring ice water on our heads isn't all that different from Kavadi, a Hindu ritual that involves skewering your cheeks.
These men need a support group more than they need a movement.
Sigmar Polke was a confounding artist who mocked the system across a wide variety of mediums. He's like the less recognized Gerhard Richter; both are German, both began their careers in the early 60s, and both eventually helped coin the capitalist realism…
The new trend of getting random words in Arabic inked on your body has led to some boring tattoos, but Bahraini artist Karima Sharabi is here to help.
A Contemporary Portrait of the Internet Artist is a tongue-in-cheek take on intellectual property.
For years, I didn't think it was odd that I'd fall asleep for hours, sometimes days, after eating Grandma's food. But now I believe that she was drugging me, and that her nutritional experiments may have led to deaths in the family.