Eli Kent's new take on 'Peer Gynt' is actually a critique of the ego of white men, and has a character called Milo Yiannopoulos—fittingly.
After all, what is more punk than a well oiled press campaign for a shit bonfire only attended by bored journalists?
Connecticut hardcore band Big Man have no time for chest puffers.
Indie Norris handled finance for the anti-Islam group, the United Patriots Front. It took three restraining orders just to get out.
For two decades, Kobe Bryant has been one of the best and most merciless basketball players alive. It had to end sometime, and it was never going to end pretty.
The 20-year-old Berlin-born singer-songwriter wowed with world with "BBHMM"—but this first foray is a taster of what's to come from Bibi as a solo star.
In a college essay originally published in "The Cornell Review"—the Ivy League university's Republican newspaper she founded in 1984—a young Ann Coulter writes about how conservative men have "a difficult time with women."
The maze-like pop/counter/subculture narratives of the second half of the 20th century, arguably my chosen hobby-horse for this here existence, is as open-ended as life itself—as chaotic, and as messy. Science fiction fandom is a path in the maze.
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