"I'll eat it, drink it, smoke it, snort it!"
Airbnb makes it easy to rent your home out to total strangers, but how do you stop those total strangers from leaving their bodily fluids behind them?
A single zombie's arm emerges from the fresh grave, pint in hand, screaming through a mouthful of soil that "Europe is bad."
How better to celebrate five more years of austerity in the UK than by hurling cash and Dom Pérignon at dancers?
Eating is a bleak and vicious circle. Thankfully, MealSquares are here to save us.
Being a single, straight female isn't all about wiping away gin tears and screaming into the darkness.
The public, the media, and the pollsters all talked themselves into believing a lie.
For years I've been hearing about tiny houses' benefits—their eco-friendliness, their manageability—so I finally decided to try it out for myself.
Members of the multiplicity community insist that they're healthy, happy, and even normal—they just have up to hundreds of personalities contained within one body.
"She never complained, never asked for anything in return, and remained positive so that I might turn into a happy, well-adjusted human. That's not a moment of badassness. It's an ultra-marathon of sacrifice."
By her own admission, my mother says she never stopped loving me through all that hell. But now she can finally like me again.
When we call the crisis a "migrant crisis," we're missing the broader picture.
Mirescu's stirring adaptation of Tarkovsky's Solaris is set in an Upper West Side townhouse, blending film and live theater to bring ghosts to life.
When I tell people I'm not sure if I want to have kids, they tell me I'll change my mind when I'm older, or when my "biological clock" kicks in. Why can't a woman decide to be childless without being called selfish?
Three days after I took charge of my reproductive future, I woke in a cold sweat, dry-heaving in pain. Less than .025% of women who freeze their eggs end up with ovarian torsions: Lucky me.
In 'One Version of Events', now on view at Participant Inc, artist Neil Goldberg focuses on eating and being eaten.
Seven French Muslims share their thoughts on the controversy that ignited last week after the PEN American Center gave a prestigious award to the infamously irreverent satirical magazine.
Making Nice, Sumell's collection of short stories, follows the antics of a sometimes-asshole named Alby.
Dr. Julie Holland, author of Moody Bitches: The Truth About the Drugs You're Taking, the Sleep You're Missing, the Sex You're Not Having and What's Really Making You Crazy, talks about the benefits of using coconut oil as lube when marijuana leaves…
Yeung traced the path of genetically modified super-crops from the headquarters of American agribusiness titan Monsanto to the soy fields of Paraguay.
Vangardist publisher Julian Wiehl talks about the fight against HIV discrimination.
Say what you will about Kim Kardashian, but there's no denying that she's one of the most influential and versatile celebrities currently celebrity-ing, and meeting her was like an out-of-body experience, one that I'm still coming down from.
"With the correct time and resources, anyone can solve a murder, but you'd have to have the correct access to get people to talk to you."
I've had chronic pain in the pit of my stomach for about two and a half years. I move around sluggishly, the color drained from my face, always distracted by what's going on in my bowels.