How 'Sex and the City' Ruined the Cosmo
“We were chained to that drink. Every bartender in the city wanted to murder me and I wanted to murder me, too.”
The Way You Eat Pizza Says a Lot About You, According to Body Language Experts
Are you a driver, an influencer, a supporter, or a careful corrector? It all depends on whether you fold your pizza, use a knife and fork, or just dig in.
Here's "Offering," Another New One From Chelsea Wolfe's 'Hiss Spun'
The metal-influenced new album drops September 22.
Why Teen Magazines Have Gone Queer
Editors are making efforts to include LGBTQ diversity in their pages and websites in an age where fewer readers are heterosexual than ever before.
How 'Vanity Fair' Went from Cartoons to Caitlyn
...And how 'Cosmo' went from short fiction to sex tips; an exploration into the history of magazine covers.
The Inventor of Palcohol Wants You to Know the Media Got It All Wrong
We spoke to Mark Phillips, the inventor of Palcohol, about the process of inventing his product, his background in wine tasting, and the real reason why liquor companies are worried about his invention.
The Feds Might Not Be Down With Everyone Snorting Powdered Alcohol
Consumers may be in love with the co-co Cosmos, but many states are trying to place bans on powdered cocktails before they even make it to store shelves.
Magnus Carlsen, World Chess Champion, Is Kind of a Dick
We interviewed Magnus Carlsen, the 23-year-old chess champion who has achieved rock star status in Europe. He wasn't happy to hear from us.
Leviathan's Matt Daly re-teams with VSL and David Corso
The Marquee's dazzling custom media system is controlled by an iPad.