Romeo: The Ultimate Good Man Hoax

Jessica Lahitou on some of the pervading notions on a romantic, ideal man, and how they surface and can be explained in Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of the classic “Romeo and Juliet”.

Comic Review: Cassius Issue#1

Alex Yarde reviews an epic retelling of Julius Cesar featuring lesbian female characters!

Vice President Steps into the Stereotype Muck

The stereotype of the callous Jewish moneylender pops its head out of the Vice President’s mouth.

She’s Not the One

The relentless pursuit of ‘the one’ almost ruined every relationship I’ve ever had.

When I Realized I’d Never Be Romeo

Stephen Mills’ voice is unusual, and it’s affected his life in ways he never expected.

Soul Bites: Shakespeare’s Ghosts

They aren’t just stories: They’re good for your soul.

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet on Having a Complete Education

James Altucher has a cheat sheet for learning, and traditional schools are not on the list.

Cage of Mirrors: The Violent Solitude of Life in Solitary Confinement

Dant’e Cottingham, Inmate #259241, about his struggles and triumphs while being incarcerated.

I’m a Recovering Video Game Addict

Kevin Macku faces an addiction to something almost everyone indulges in at some point: video games.

Let’s Stop Blaming Disney

If adults are complaining that their lives are not fairy tales, we should all be very frightened.

The Wayward Crutch of Higher Education

The institutional financial cost of curiosity and life experimentation

Your Marriage Isn’t Typical

Sadly, our most common criticisms of marriage reveal much more about the critics than the state of contemporary romance.

Daddy Pick-Up

I am defined by what I love. That includes the ritual of getting my son from school.

Is Selling Your Name The Same As Selling Your Identity?

What does it say about a person, when they are willing to sell even their last name for profit?

What Is a Good Man?

With quotes from friends and famous folks alike, Tom Matlack finds that defining goodness is not science, it’s art.

Improvisational Training Like Athletes

We want to be consistently excellent on stage, but we are often afraid to do the work it takes to get to that level. I wonder what would happen if we trained for improv like athletes train for games.