Greg Olear speculates the closing of the series “Mad Men”.
Robert Burke Warren goes deep into his own story to talk about the persistence of God in pop, and how and why non-believers and doubting Thomases still go for it.
Falling in love with a dead man, raising a son, losing a lover… Melissa Holbrook Pierson watches TV with Robin Hood.
You’ll miss the bad old days, when ad men could not manage the madness they made. A farewell to Mad Men.
Whitney Collins says goodbye to ‘Mad Men’ by remembering the silver fox, the most offensive and still somehow charming member of the Sterling-Cooper team.
In anticipation of the series finale of “Mad Men”, James Reich examines the love-to-hate character Pete Campbell.
Sean Beaudoin says goodbye to ‘Mad Men’ with a farewell to Joan, and a prediction for her fate in the final series.
Once again, the eyes of the world have turned to the sport of soccer. As Japan and America fight in the World Cup Final on July 5th, we see signs of progress and back steps in this edition of the Friday Sports Dump.
If the situation gets worse, forests could actually start emitting carbon, instead of absorbing it, says Dr. Anthony Horton.
At a moment when he least expected it, his son asked him about sex. Instead of letting him learn from others, here’s what he did. — “Dad, the other day when you and mom were[Read More…]
White Americans should declare independence from their perceived birthrights and join the struggle to lift up the truth that #BlackLivesMatter.
Building and nurturing a loving relationship isn’t difficult. What makes it so hard are all the games we play.
Or are we forever linked?
Instead of shaming porn actors and sex workers, Matthew Facciani says we should have open conversations about sexuality and sexual education.
What is the experience of white students when racial issues are being taught in classrooms? Are we missing engaging an essential part of diversity?
It’s time to talk about the “right” way to be gay, or bi, or trans.
What makes a good man? And how can we make that a consistent goal for men to achieve?
Matthew Rozsa loves quotes. And he disagrees with economic conservatives. Here’s where he’s going with that.
How would the world be different if we evaluated our own prejudices?
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