Serial Entrepreneurs turn to leading crowdfunding site Kickstarter to launch Pongbot’s Moving and Spinning Targets Adds Excitement to This Traditional Drinking Game!
“In a world that already fears and hates them – what if only Black people had superpowers?”
Because men love animals too. (And yes, there is a cute cat video included.)
Love the way you feel on vacation? Try bringing some of your travel habits home.
Whether you’re the father or a child or the founder of a company, you have only three resources that matter. Make the most of them.
Justin Ricklefs shares the 7 things about making your dreams come true that he learned from his incredible daughter.
Joe Fox is a professional race car driver who started his company, Dirtball, to keep water bottles out of landfills and to guys warm, dry and styling.
Boxer Amanda Wang went toe-to-toe with borderline personality disorder and dealt her disease a knockout blow.
Reading Rainbow was monumental in the 80’s and 90’s, but it has less luster with today’s students. Perhaps Seth MacFarlane’s support is the generation bridge it needs.
With one’s voice, you can fight anything you want to fight. Randall MacLowry is fighting to tell the story of Lorraine Hansberry, author of A Raisin in the Sun.
From the creative team Shofela and Shobo Coker comes ‘Outcasts Of Jupiter.’ Alex Yarde is intrigued.
Photographer Lindsay Morris has spent the last six years attending a traveling summer camp for LGBT and gender non-conforming children, documenting the annual weekend as a trailblazing and unprecedented opportunity for gender-creative children to express themselves in a safe and judgement-free way.
Set in Post-apocalyptic Tokyo, Exogenesis the adventure/visual novel hybrid inspired by Ace Attorney games, gets Alex Yarde in Otaku mode!
What incredible courage does it take to face the horrors of childhood sexual abuse? Film-maker Sasha Joseph Neulinger rolls back the clock and reveals the truth of what happened to him.
Matt McFarland, a game designer, was inspired by the memories of his father to build interactive games and books for kids.
In “Yeah Maybe, No” filmmaker Kelly Kend interviews a male rape survivor and explores the dynamics of doubt that cloud our collective understanding of consent.