Are you above such things? If not, suggestions are most definitely welcome.
It was a good class and I learned a lot, but ultimately any course where you get credit for watching Dirty Harry is going to get my full thumbs-up.
Often I’ll find myself listening to songs specifically because I think they are the perfect accompaniment to the film scene version of what I’m doing at that moment.
Movie, book, TV show, epic poem, comic book, Concept album, ad campaign, play, opera–doesn’t matter what kind of fiction it is….
How far would those you oppose have to go before you finally said, “Eff it, we’re starting our own country!”
Sometimes you encounter a book that you know is objectively excellent, but which hits a nerve in a way that you simply cannot keep reading it.
Even the best of us with the best of intentions will eventually run into a situation where we say or do something that has offended someone–it’s literally impossible to avoid.
Rock probably isn’t dead, but it’s not healthy, because our attitudes about the importance of art in our lives as a whole are not healthy.
What’s the big hole in your conversational canvas that requires you to step out and go to the washroom when it inevitably comes up?
Or do you believe–as I do–that there is a place for the offensive, even if it’s only to confirm what we know to be good and true?
In my brain it seems slightly better to waste a little of a lot of things than a lot of just one thing. My brain is weird and does things like that, even when it makes no sense.
There you see sitting on their couch a life-size doll, dressed in the manner of a middle-aged woman.
It’s the perfect example of an act most people consider to be a basic right, but which often comes at the inconvenience of someone else.
Popular culture loves calling a situation like this a “midlife crisis.” Maybe it should be called a “midlife awakening”.
He lost his legs, but not his attitude.
Sometimes the hardest part of coming out out is the waiting for, “What now?”. Jack Freedman shares what happened when he told his tough, ex-marine father.
From fighting Lord Voldemort and his evil followers to championing equal human rights for women, girls, men and boys, Emma Watson has joined a critical fight, and not a moment too soon.
Al Deluise shares the one go-to phrase that you can use to fake your way through any sports-intensive conversation.
Angelus Morningstar explains how men can enjoy being promiscuous without having to resort to pick-up tactics and other behaviors that can demean their sexual partners.
It’s a big mistake to just assume that the water coming-out of a tap or hose is suitable for you, your family and friends to drink!
Steve O’Neill on giving yourself a little adventure.
When we love, we can often stumble into loss. Nathan Graziano shares with us the story of one of his first loves, leaving us to reel in the heartbreaking reality that is loving someone with depression.
David Kanegis’s advice on stepping up your game.
Mike Stilley’s open letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell: It’s time to step down.
A simple reminder of what it is you want, just for you.
Cameron Conaway isn’t a car guy, but when he attended Cadillac’s media drive for the 2015 ATS Coupe he felt the pull to become one.
Anne Theriault promises her young son that no matter how he expresses his gender or sexuality, she’ll stand by him.
Connected sex is what I’m after and what drives my fulfilling feelings. I get closeness from sex. I get relaxation and bonding from sex.
If Walt Whitman had lived in a different time, he might’ve written Perry Brass’s celebration of the boy in all of us.