Aaron W. Voyles reflects on how commitment created opportunities for what he loves.
Sometimes–when the alchemy is just right–an artist you would NEVER expect can take an old classic and turn it into something utterly sublime.
A call in for Christians, and all dominant groups to check their privilege and ensure equity among people of all social identities.
Tom Waits doesn’t just write songs. He tells stories—of vagrants, orphans, tramps, and brawlers—with scenes so vivid you can almost smell the stench of scotch and cigarettes in the room.
After ten years of marriage, Nathan Graziano is finding being alone a different challenge from his old single days.
For all the remaining holiday seasons every time you hear music it will either be from Boney M.’s “Christmas with Boney M.” or Bob Dylan’s “Christmas in the Heart”. You cannot stop listening to music. YOU MUST CHOOSE!
Queue the squeezebox and pop the champagne. This story of courtship gives us a reason to believe in mature romance.
Brendan Malone wants to help fix the ‘Rōnin’ generation – young men who lack a sense of direction and purpose because of the loss of authentic masculine identity. Here’s how.
“This was two months before he left his family. Arthur can’t tell you exactly what he did on that birthday, only that it left a taste of fatty pizza and cheap plastic in his mouth, that it involved a giant singing rodent, and that it was important to him.” Weekend Fiction By Delaney Nolan
Here are four of the finest narrators who still use song as a medium—raconteurs capturing distinctly modern stories.
With quotes from friends and famous folks alike, Tom Matlack finds that defining goodness is not science, it’s art.
Michael Kasdan kicks off our new Monday sports round-up feature with an off-beat take on Odell Beckham, The Red Sox, and Kentucky Wildcats basketball.
A reflection on how our childhood bad habits can follow us and hold us back as adults.
Sarafina Bianco shares four lessons she’s learned about marriage as a newlywed.
Billy Flood hopes that in the wait for justice, we can find a way to understand one another and find answers together.
James Rigdon is single for the holidays, but he has a novel plan for getting through them.
Growth hacking: Sometimes you have to reboot and refresh in order to handle your partner’s personal growth.
Tracing fingers along the map of your skin.
Jordan Gray says that there’s one massively sexy thing you can do in your daily life that will make your relationship thrive.
For some people, even the freedom of being called by their name has been taken away.
What do we mean by “unwanted sexual experience”?
At 42 she decided life was too short to settle for misery. Five years and three questions later she’s too fired up to ever settle again.
Timothy Liu’s look at sex, gay married life, and cruising is both rough and playful, a celebration of lust that almost hits, but narrowly avoids, a kind of sorrow.
Joe Rutland offers a clarion call for all men to tap into the power of imagination and let their lives become fuller and richer every day.
Captain Chelsey Sullenberger is Breaking Barriers: From the United States Air Force to the Miracle on the Hudson to Making our Future Safer.
How comfortable is TOO comfortable when it comes to being out in public?
There are some things worse than death and they can be overcome simply by thinking about… death.
Nick Pavlidis reflects on his marriage and calls out three crucial truths about being married that any newlywed should realize sooner than later.
Joanna Schroeder explains how the selfies parents take today can affect their child’s future (in a good way!).