"Obviously you've gotta love kids and everything. But it was a routine thing that kids would throw up on you and pee on you."
"You really have to concentrate and have sharp eyes because you don't want to leave a tiny bit of body fat wedged into the tarmac."
We spoke to the manager of Toronto's first rage room to see how he helps people harness their appetite for destruction.
When Juana García Miniño separated from her husband, divorce was illegal in her native Spain. So she spent the next three decades working on cargo ships and sailing the world.
Breathtaking views, friendly foxes, hungry bears, casual sex in communal showers—I saw it all in my months of working at Grand Teton National Park.
Maya Sloan's intensely collaborative writing process defies conventional understandings of ownership, authorship, and the personal brand.
When photographer Mia Berg started working for a plastic surgeon, she learned that before-and-after photos can be about much more than looking good.
I've written letters to clients' grandmothers, offered replies to late-night sexts, and sent sympathy cards to sick loved ones—all pretending to be someone I'm not.
"The largest bail we fronted money for was $500,000. It was for a doctor who had a clinic here in Vegas. He was re-using syringes and infecting people with hepatitis C."
I help train doctors in horrifying life-or-death scenarios using fake patients, fake blood, and fake shit.