In Defense of Grammar Authoritarianism: What's Correct Is Correct

In Defense of Grammar Authoritarianism: What's Correct Is Correct

Gay Mackie

Retired journalist Gay Mackie is concerned about the slip of grammatical standards, so she's vowed to do something about it.

The Lost Art of Being Yourself: A Journey Through the Awkward School Years

The Lost Art of Being Yourself: A Journey Through the Awkward School Years

Chris Margolin

“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin looks back on what it was like being an awkward kid in high school compared to what teens are faced with today.

Artist or Criminal? Acclaimed Street Artist Faces Graffiti Charges

Artist or Criminal? Acclaimed Street Artist Faces Graffiti Charges

Ugur Nedim

Artist or vandal? With Australia's most notable street artist charged with wilful damage by graffiti, Ugur Nedim weighs up what he could be facing.

When Cancer Is Your Wake-Up Call from the Universe

When Cancer Is Your Wake-Up Call from the Universe

Christy Powers

Christy Powers continues to process her breast cancer diagnosis; she shares her thoughts as her surgery date approaches and searches out her courage.

Know Who You're Instagramming: Pit Bull Flower Power

Know Who You're Instagramming: Pit Bull Flower Power

Sophie Gamand

When we heard Pit Bull Flower Power's Sophie Gamand was changing the lives of homeless dogs through the beauty of photography, we had to connect with her!

Gaslighting 103: Parents, Self-Doubt, and Beginning to Heal

Gaslighting 103: Parents, Self-Doubt, and Beginning to Heal

Sarah Xerta

Continuing her series on the subject of gaslighting, Sarah Xerta examines parents who gaslight their children, and the effects this has on the young and impressionable.

Obscure eBay Purchases: Mo' Money, Less Sense

Obscure eBay Purchases: Mo' Money, Less Sense

Kate Turner

With a photo of a potato recently selling for over $1 million, cultural conquistador Kate Turner charts the strangest items sold on eBay.

Interview with an Anonymous Anarchist

Interview with an Anonymous Anarchist

Jason Arment

Jason Arment interviews an anarchist and assures anonymity to learn their most honest thoughts and beliefs. Topics include the government, capitalism, the Flint water crisis, and more.

The "Weak" in U.S. Politics: February 7th 2016

The "Weak" in U.S. Politics: February 7th 2016

Alisdair Blackman

The "Weak" in U.S. Politics: Mike Huckabee's farewell dad joke and why Kim Kardashian won the polls this week (sorry).

Amazon's Moment of Media Reinvention

Amazon's Moment of Media Reinvention

Andrew Birmingham

Investors have twisted themselves in all sorts of pretzel shapes in trying to justify Jeff Bezos’ commitment to investment ahead of profit in the world of Amazon.

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Letter to America: Who Gives a Trillion?

Roger Pugh

Roger Pugh wants to look at America’s debt: “A leading U.S. commentator said recently, ‘The country will always be in Obama’s debt.’ He was probably right.”

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The Big Smoke Q&A with Bianca Del Rio

Bianca Del Rio

The Big Smoke speaks to the fabulous Bianca Del Rio, winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season Six, and we find out why everyone hates helping her move.

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