What I Learned While Trying to Become a Canadian Gun Lover
From shooting a sniper rifle and attending a NRA convention, I learned a lot.
How 2016 Became the Year Politicians Forgot How Politics Work
The world's scheming geniuses have spent 2016 completely screwing everything up.
'Hunter Gatherer' Depicts the Struggles of a Former Inmate
We talk with actor Andre Royo and writer/director Joshua Locy about the slow burn success of their new film, Hunter Gatherer.
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The Strange, Embarrassing World of Americans Trying to Emulate English Soccer Culture
First the MLS imported players and coaches; now, it's taking what it can from the terraces.
What Standing Rock and 'Moana' Have in Common
While Moana shows the sacrifice of one leader, Standing Rock reminds us of the power of collective organizing.
Andrew W.K. on Clarity
Not allowing ourselves to float aimlessly throughout life in a cloudy daze is an unquestionably hard challenge, but one we owe ourselves to face head on.
Why 'Chew' and Asian American Superheroes Still Matter
Books like 'Chew' and 'Heroine Complex' are showcasing Asian-American characters and proving the importance of representation.
Cuban Humor Owes Everything to Fidel Castro
Most Americans don't realize this, but 'el Líder Máximo' was the inspiration for—and butt of—a lot of very excellent jokes.
Finding Comfort in the Dystopia of 'East of West'
Jonathan Hickman's brilliantly dark comic series provides eerie parallels to our own current reality.
Rory from ‘Gilmore Girls’ Is Actually the Worst
While watching the cult TV show I once loved as a teenager, I've realized one crucial thing most people seem to forget about Rory Gilmore: She sucks real bad.
People Are Having Less Sex After the Election
Will we ever have sex again with a "pussy grabber" in the White House?
How Reality TV Made Donald Trump President
Donald Trump's campaign successfully used family reality television tropes to help win him the presidency.