Lonnie Nadler

Stuff

I Went to Nathan Fielder’s Holocaust Awareness Outdoor Apparel Sale

It was exactly as weird and earnest as you’d expect.
Lonnie Nadler
3.27.17
Fetish

Tickle Fetishists Tell Us What Makes Them Tick

Ahead of the HBO release of 'Tickled', a look inside a misunderstood community.
Lonnie Nadler
2.26.17
experiments

Here’s How Much ‘Real News’ You Can Get from Celebrity Twitter Alone

In a week when Donald J. Trump officially became leader of the free world, I restricted my media diet exclusively to celeb tweets. This is what I learned.
Lonnie Nadler
1.29.17
Coming for Christmas

We Asked Sex Shop Employees Which Gifts Don’t Suck

If you’re going to give “sex stuff” this year, here are some tips on how to not fuck it up.
Lonnie Nadler
12.21.16
NSFW

Inside the Vancouver Arcade with the World’s Last 8mm Peepshow

Why Movieland Arcade is still open in 2016 remains a great mystery of our time.
Lonnie Nadler
12.10.16
Stuff

How the Rise of Pixar Animation Killed Family-Friendly Horror

From The Goonies and Gremlins to TV classics Goosebumps and Are You Afraid of the Dark?, watching kids deal with the supernatural used to be a thing. I used journalism to investigate the genre's early-2000s death.
Lonnie Nadler
10.23.16
Stuff

We Asked Comic Artists About Their Weirdest Drawing Requests

Don't be "that guy" at a convention.
Lonnie Nadler
8.27.16
Stuff

The Objects I Found in My Childhood Bedroom

After my mom died and my dad decided to sell the house, I flew home to go through memories I didn't know I lost.
Lonnie Nadler
7.19.16
Stuff

The Vancouver Bathhouse That Just Won’t Die

The naked man sitting across from me has slicked-back hair and Ric Flair's skin. I am trying to figure out the appeal of the Hastings Steam & Sauna.
Lonnie Nadler
3.9.16
Stuff

I Spent 18 Hours in Vancouver’s Super Weird Kingsgate Mall

I found alcoholism, gambling, God, and deep conversations about Donald Trump.
Lonnie Nadler
11.12.15
Stuff

What It’s Like Trying to Live on Minimum Wage in Vancouver

Living on minimum wage in the country's most expensive city has its challenges.
Lonnie Nadler
9.21.15