Everyone pigeonholes Mark Mothersbaugh for being a punk pioneer, but he's also been making fine-art for decades. I talked with him at his first major exhibition, Myopia, which features a huge ruby carved in the shape of poop.
This week: A woman hit a couple with her PT Cruiser in a Walmart parking lot because they stole her spot and a 90-year-old man was arrested for feeding the homeless.
An examination of the UK term for a usually poor, possibly threatening young person.
Thanks to a chance encounter with a professional lady of the night named "Amber," I was able to get a lot of helpful advice about how to turn myself into an attractive gigolo.
Seph Lawless has attracted lots of media attention for his photos of the insides of abandoned buildings—and that attention, he says, made the authorities in his city very, very upset.
After a combined 32 years in jail, mostly for armed robbery offenses, 54-year-old Noel "Razor" Smith is now an author and the assistant editor at 'Inside Time.'
This Saturday is the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. We found the guy whose face made all the front pages the day after he was photographed smashing the shit out of it with a hammer.
I learned about biology, bathrooms, mediocre lunches, and film history while gawking at just how crazily young all my classmates looked.
Despite Harold Camping's preaching on Family Radio and the costly media blitz, the world didn't end on May 21, 2011.
"Occasionally, yes, I will get peed on, but come on, who hasn't in the workplace?"
Are you a deviant? Are your sexual fantasies normal, or are they the sign of a deeply disturbed little mind? Either way, the state and the scientists want to destroy you.
Having a Jewish mother is like having a mother times ten. Not only does she have to know what you're doing today, but she also has to know whom you're doing it with, why, where, and will it cost money?
Dapper Laughs won't be making the students of Cardiff "proper moist" for a while.
I took a SWAT tactical medicine training course, and found out just how far America's fetish for militarized policing has crept.
In reaction to the disappearances of the 43 Ayotzinapa Normal School students, exciting new protest art has emerged, drawing attention the oppression of young and poor progressives in Mexico.
Compelling as the show is, I'm not sure it's compelling in a way that will make people actually want to do crystal meth.
How did we get to the point where people are constantly spouting nonsense about "deliverables," "drill-down," "catch-up," "moving forward," and "quick wins"?
Fuel in Colombia costs twice what it does in Venezuela. This has created a booming black market.
We chatted with the CEO of the International Paruresis Association. He's not mad that a DirecTV commercial made a joke about pee-shyness, just that they made such a lame one.
Memory Hole is a place of horror and wonder. When you're inside the Hole it's easy for minutes to turn into hours, hours into days, days into weeks, weeks into years.
New fiction by Amie Barrodale about runaways, crooks, liars, and other people in varying degrees of trouble.
With the new legalization of marijuana in Oregon, Alaska, Colorado, and Washington, the show Weeds no longer seems like outlandish fiction. We tracked down a real-life Nancy Botwin—Dr. Dina, medical weed consultant to stars like Snoop Dogg and 2…
Ted Bundy, O.J. Simpson, Timothy McVeigh, Michael Jackson, Rodney King, Martha Stewart, and Oliver North—Dr. Elizabeth Loftus has testified on behalf of them all.
The New Yorker became famous in the 70s for 'Midnight Express,' his autobiographical account of escaping from a decrepit Turkish prison after getting caught with two kilos of hash.