Does Domestic Violence Actually Rise During the Holidays?
Actually, the opposite may be true.
In the Margins
The Disgusting Stuff Desperate Russians Drank During Soviet Prohibition
Cologne, toothpaste, and industrial solvents all provided cheap thrills for Soviet citizens.
Working at the Carwash Blues
It's 1970, and I work a couple of days a week at a Newport Beach carwash for $1.50 an hour, which keeps me in Banquet TV dinners, Hostess cherry pies, and Kool Kings.
A Wall Street Banker Went on a Sex-Crazed Killing Spree in Hong Kong
Rurik Jutting, a Cambridge graduate who worked for Bank of America Merrill Lynch, is accused of murdering Jesse Lorena and Sumarti Ningsih, who are being identified as prostitutes from Southeast Asia.
My First Time in the Drunk Tank
I remember a bottle of Bacardi rum, going to a party, stripping naked, following my stiff wiener, and chasing girls around.
This Week in Teens
Florida Teenagers Got Caught in a Snapchat-Fueled Robbery
Summer break sounds amazing in June, but by August the teens have grown restless. They're broke, they've got all these hormones that they can't properly act on, and Mom's at work.
A Few Impressions
Pier Pasolini's 20th-century take on the Marquis de Sade's 18th-century masterwork of depravity might be stomach turning, but it's also staggeringly honest about the power and chaos of unchecked desires.