Bo Guthrie has plenty of good advice for his 20-year-old self.
I was born in Minnesota. I moved a lot and ended up in Alabama. Once there, I realized that I didn't want a regular job, so I decided that I would do comedy. I'm now in Atlanta figuring out how to get famous. I doubt it will work, but I'm enjoying the process thoroughly.
In this short story by Bo Guthrie, a persistent security system salesman struggles to win over a potential customer who is going through a difficult divorce.
For two years during the Ebola-obsessed 90s, Bo Guthrie woke up thinking that he had the disease and wouldn’t make it past dinner.
Bo Guthrie knows that the key to success in stand-up comedy is never giving up, but when does persistence become foolishness?
In this slice-of-life vignette, stand-up comic Bo Guthrie describes how he and his cat Dude reached manhood and cathood, respectively.
So you just turned 50, now what?
Dante Liberatore brings a different light to Italian families in his new film.
Watch Gabriel Green perform his hilarious (and brutally honest) piece, “Ask a Black Dude,” at the 2015 College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) allowed access to special education for people with disabilities.
Don’t be stressed anymore. Leo Babauta shares simple, easy steps for good financial self-care.
Blue and green, earth and sky, wood, rock and air.
David M. Odorisio on what it means to be an American “self-made man”, and how that’s repressing both body and emotion in males today.
Is your partner always chasing his or her dreams? It can be an emotional roller coaster, but here’s how to build a relationship that lasts.
‘Bumble’ may aim to give power to women, but Tillie Adelson sees it as a boon for men.
Kathryn Hogan shares a secret: pursuing a limited ‘type’ of woman is sabotaging your chance at real love.
Entering a new relationship, Cabot O’Callaghan confronts his deepest fear.
The fact that women are frequently perpetrators of violence in domestic situations substantially undermines the typical story of domestic abuse—and helps to show just how harmful that story is.
We’re the guys who eat stereotypes for lunch. So just what is it we are trying to change?