Inside the Strange, Messy Fight to Legalize Weed in New Jersey
A plan for recreational pot in liberal New Jersey fell apart. It points to the snags that can arise when politicians try to get in the social-justice game.
This Consciousness-Raising Cafe Wants You to Eat Like a Feminist
While the cultural definition of feminism has changed considerably since the 70s, the ethos of Bloodroot Restaurant and Feminist Bookstore has not.
Julie & The Wrong Guys Get Right And Heavy on "Love and Leaving"
The East Coast icon joins forces with a few Canadian punk and hardcore musicians to create gritty, gnarling rock 'n' roll.
Longreads Or Whatever
Did Punk Rock Start in Canada?
Canada's own Mark Gaudet shaped punk rock at the mere age of 11.
In Today's Comic, an Australian Provides a Guide to Manhattan
"They never built over Central Park, because a dragon lives there."
My Dad's Half-Baked Plan to Introduce Tofu to Atlantic Canada
My father knew there weren't a lot of Asians in Nova Scotia when we moved there in the 70s, but he insisted on making and selling tofu. It seemed like a terrible business model.
Adventures in UKIP Country
Stag Parties and Empty Saturday Nights
Going in search of England in Skegness, Boston and Grimsby.
Tim Burrows, Photos: Hayley Hatton
Riding On Britain's Last Non-Private Railway Line Before It Gets Sold to Profiteering Fat-Cats
The country's only publicly owned railway is also one of the best, but soon it's being privatised.
Someone Has Made 38 Hours of Playlists That Trace the Evolution of Hip-Hop
And you can listen to it for free.
Fuck, That's Delicious: East Coast
The second episode of Fuck, That's Delicious is a great example of what happens when a Queens-born Albanian rap star gets his cousin out of jail on bail, and then brings him on a rap/eating tour ranging from Florida to Pennsylvania.
Watch Antwon Stomp Around NYC And Slay Santos In This Mini Doc
Because what's a trip to New York without smoking a cigarette while admiring the serene vista of industrial ships and a not-yet-finished Freedom Tower?
The Music Issue
For the record, we think that Eightball and MJG are one of the greatest things that ever happened to rap music, period.