The insightful comedy While We’re Young takes aim at multiple generation gaps.
For Gen X’ers, anyone who deviates from the gender norms of the past could be in line for the friend zone.
Born on the cusp of Gen X and the Millennial Generation, Sam Kressler breaks down the reasons why being an adult doesn’t mean what it used to – and offers a suggestion for growing up on your own terms no matter your age.
JJ Vincent hopes that 40 will be the magical number that helps youthful men like himself be treated like adults.
What happens when a generation comes along that doesn’t care about the game you’ve spent so much time buying equipment for?
James Greer looks back at his most spectacular failures as Senior Writer at Spin Magazine and marvels at how close he was to giving Generation X its name.
Zek J. Evets on his journey from Problem to Poster; why his story doesn’t fit inside society’s man-box.
Online hate groups have the perfect tools for radicalizing and recruiting your teen.
Torsten Klaus wonders why so many people have no clue how to talk to kids.
There is a meltdown in corporate America. Disengaged workers are starting to realize that they can be more. — I lived in this world for about ten years. I was aching for freedom and knew there[Read More…]
Inside the Uptown Theater in North Philadelphia sits, amid ruin, a religious prop preserved.
IKEA announces $1.13 billion-investment in renewable energy projects to help poor countries fight climate change.
We have to trust the people we’re closest to, but we’re all human. We’re going to make mistakes, and hurt is inevitable.
Neil Hill marks time with the movement of mountains.
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SEPTA’s top cop acknowledges wrong-doing and shoulders blame, but that isn’t enough for activists.
Are you stuck in a dating loop? Is every date “Groundhog date”? Here’s how to break your unhealthy patterns for good!
So, what did you do this weekend?
How narcissists suck victims back into destructive relationships—and how to stop it.