Although the British actor and director was beloved for his slapstick comedy, Charlie Chaplin was a selfish, raging megalomaniac who treated his children and teenage wives with relentless cruelty.
In this debut short story, a journalist, a photographer, and an interpreter travel through western China, and come across the ritual of minghun: marriage after death.
I went to the Black Country Living Museum and hated the past—until I realized I hated the present more.
The underground show in Oakland is full of fun, drugs, and on-stage abortions.
There's a high degree of gullibility where the "Hermit Kingdom" is concerned. The same stories are circulated as new again and again.
Plus an interview with the crazed Uptown spitter.