Attending the ‘World’s Biggest UFO Conference’ Showed Me it's a Golden Age for Believers
We spoke to attendees of ‘Contact in the Desert’ about the US military’s recent acknowledgement that UFOs are maybe a thing.
80s Wrestling Is Alive and Well in Montreal
We spoke to the Spandex gladiators of the WTA and ICW about the past, present, and future of wrestling in Quebec.
Why Champagne Hangovers Make You Want to Die a Thousand Deaths
This is why we have hangover cures.
A Dispatch from the Hells Angels Wedding Event of the Season
A senior Hells Angels member married the daughter of a notorious drug dealer this weekend in Montreal and everyone, including the Mafia, showed up.
What Is Nothing?
We asked a physicist and a philosopher to explain nothing, and it's really something.
The Story of Canada’s Helicopter-Hijacking Bank Robber
Rory Shayne was born to do three things: rob banks, escape prison, and cause chaos wherever he went. He also tried to kill a judge with a gun he hid in his rectum.
Pizza and Ice Cream Are Headed for the International Space Station
Sounds a lot better than your average space food.
Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Professional Pizza Taster?
There's finally an opening for what might just be the most desirable occupation in the world.
Scientists Want to Turn Pee into Astronaut Food
This is great news for science fiction writers.
Fast Food Week
How the Big Mac Changed the Way We Think About Food
We spoke to chefs, data journalists, YouTube stars, and McDonald’s about the burger that became edible Americana.
Why Burger King Is Under Fire for Alleged Rampant Environmental Destruction
"Massive, out-of-control fires raged through the landscape."
The Weird, Kind of Creepy Story Behind the Invention of Candy Canes
Noisy kids, the blood of Jesus, and other unexpected factors are behind the striped peppermint candy sticks we all know and love.